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Mailbox Monday #21

Mailbox Monday is a weekly event where we share our latest book arrivals. Join in to share your book loot and discover some new book blogs.

These are the books I received this week:

Review:

Bitter Blood by Rachel Caine

On Dublin Street by Samantha Young

Uses For Boys by Erica Lorraine Scheidt

A Matter of Days by Amber Kizer

Teeth by Hannah Moskowitz

Swap:

Reflected in You by Sylvia Day (book swap with Alyce @ At Home with Books)

Purchased:

Losing It by Cora Carmack

Crash by Nicole Williams

Library:

Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater – MP3 Audiobook

 Hope you found lots of bookish goodness in your mailbox this week!

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Posted on October 21, 2012, in Mailbox Monday and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 24 Comments.

  1. ooh you got reflected in you. let me know what you think. did you like the first one? and the raven boys looks so good. i really have to read it soon. i keep hearing such good things about the rachel caine series but just haven’t gotten to that one yet either. too. many. books. :) enjoy, lucy!

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  2. I’m reading Reflected in You now, and I read Bared to You last week. I like the series, they are guilty pleasures for sure. And yeah, The Morganville series is up to 13 books now! But they are all short, fast reads, and lots of fun. Thanks for stopping by, Thuy!

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  3. You’ll be busy for a while! I can’t wait to see what you think of Attachments.

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  4. Wow, you did have a good week! I’ve heard a lot about the ‘to you’ series – are they better than 50 Shades?

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  5. That reminds me I have been wanting to read Attachments, sounds great – enjoy!

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  6. Love the cover on A Matter of Days- kind of mysterious and eerie looking. Have a great week and happy reading! <(")

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  7. I have read Crash and loved it, hope you enjoy it. I have On Dublin Street but yet to get around to it. I really want to read The Raven Boys and Losing It. Great pile of books, Lucy. Thanks for stopping by my Stacking the Shelves post yesterday, too :)

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  8. I am captivated by Attachments…the author’s name really interests me. Thanks for sharing…and for visiting my blog.

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  9. You had a great week! I can’t wait to see what you think of The Raven Boys! I loved it. I’ve heard really good things about Attachments.

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  10. I really want to read the Raven Boys, it’s in transit for me at the library right now actually. :) Enjoy all of these can can’t wait to see what you think of them!

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  11. Crash really caught my attention, I love books about ballet. And I love the cover for Uses For Boys. Enjoy all your books Lucy!

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  12. I really enjoyed On Dublin Street and I’ve heard good things about The Raven Boys! I hope you enjoy your haul.

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  13. A nice mix in your mailbox.

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  14. I’ve been hearing a lot about ON DUBLIN STREET lately, some good, some not so good. I’ll be interested to hear your thoughts!

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  15. You got some great books! “Uses for Boys” is definitely on my TBR. Looking forward to your review. I will also being getting “Losing It” soon. Happy reading to you!

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  16. That’s quite a stash! Enjoy your reading week and thanks for visiting my blog.

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  17. Wow nice haul! I really wanna read A Matter of Days, Teeth & The Raven Boys. And I’ve heard great things about Crash & Losing It.
    Enjoy your haul. x]

    My Haul

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  18. You had a nice week. Attachments is on my reading list but most of the others are new titles for me.

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  19. Looks like lots of good reading :) Enjoy!

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  20. I really liked Maggie Stiefvater’s Scorpio Races, but I wasn’t a huge fan of the Shiver series so I wondered about the Raven Boys books. You’ll have to review it when you finish reading it and let us know what you think. As for Rachel Caine, I have such mixed feelings about her books. I started on the Morganville Series a long time ago, but I just couldn’t get into them. The reason escapes me now, but I know I just didn’t like something about them. I’ve read her adult series, the Georgia Kincaid succubus series and the Weather Warden series. The succubus books had some issues particularly the dynamics between the main love interests. I could never understand, other than for fate, why they insisted on being together when they seemed to make each other miserable most of the time. But I was still sucked into the books and looked forward to the next one each time.

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    • Thanks for the great feedback!
      I miss the Succubus series and am sad it’s over. I know what you mean about the love interest though- I thought there was potential romance with at least one of the other characters.
      The Morganville series is fun for me, and I’m curious to know what didn’t work for you. I haven’t tried out her Weather Warden series.
      I wonder if Raven Boys will be more like Scorpio Races or Shiver. It’s interesting that readers like one or the other.

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      • I know exactly which other love interest you are talking about and I have to admit I was rooting for him the whole time. They seemed so much more compatible, but with him I guess there was no chance for Georgia to redeem herself.
        Maybe I’ll give Morganville another go. Maybe I tried reading too many of them back to back. I’ve found with most book series, its better to take a little break between each book.

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