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Mailbox Monday (75)

Mailbox Monday buttonMailbox 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. Mailbox Monday is on tour, and you can link up at Rose City Reader this month. Make sure to vote in the Mailbox Monday poll to decide the fate of the meme for 2014.

I’m still reading quite a bit for Cybils, as you can see from the books that made their way to me this week.

Physical Books:

MM 75 books and snowman

Red by Alison Cherry - A girl wants to win The Miss Scarlet competition, but alas, her crimson locks are fake!

Rumor Central by ReShonda Tate Billingsley – A girl with a hot new gossip show will do anything to keep the buzz coming, including selling out her friends.

The Girl of His Dreams by Amir Abrams – The school heartthrob falls for the unattainable girl.

The Silent Summer of Kyle McGinley by Jan Andrews – A foster kid stops speaking and tries to heal one summer.

The War within These Walls by Aline Sax, illustrated by Caryl Strzelecki – A graphic novel about the Warsaw ghetto uprising.

Eggplant Alley by David Cataneo – 13-year-old Nicky’s adventures growing up in The Bronx in 1970.

September 17 by Amanda West Lewis – Historical fiction story about the 1940 sinking of the 1940 City of Benares, and three of the survivors.

Second Impact by David Klass, Perri Klass – The story of a football player with a head injury, told through dual perspective blog posts.

In the Band by Jean Haus – I already reviewed this one about a girl who joins a college rock band.

The Caged Graves by Dianne K. Salerni – Historical fiction about arranged marriage, witchcraft, and buried treasure.

Nix Minus One by Jill MacLean – Verse novel set in Newfoundland about an introverted boy, family drama, woodworking, and saving a dog.

The Lightning Dreamer: Cuba’s Greatest Abolitionist by Margarita Engle – Verse novel set in Cuba about a girl who loves stories, though girls in Cuba are not allowed an education.

Netgalley/Edelweiss digital review books:

The Chance You Won’t Return by Annie Cardi – A girl’s mom thinks she’s Amelia Earhart and is getting ready to fly.

Subway Love by Nora Raleigh Baskin – A time travel love story about finding your soul mate on the subway.

(Don’t You) Forget About Me by Kate Karyus Quinn – This is about the idyllic town of Gardnerville. It’s not so perfect though, because every four years a paranormal curse infects teens with deadly urges.

After The End by Amy Plum – World War III has ravaged the earth, and a few survivors escape to the Alaskan wilderness.

Fan Art by Sarah Tregay – A guy with a secret (he’s gay) falls for his best friend.

Guy in Real Life by Steve Brezenoff – Two teens bond over their mutual love of RPG.

Going Over by Beth Kephart – Set in the 1980s, star-crossed lovers live on opposite sides of the Berlin Wall.

Have a good week and happy reading!

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Posted on December 8, 2013, in Mailbox Monday and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. Wow, you got so many good looking books, I don’t even know where to start! I’m excited that I’m supposed to get Going Over as well.

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  2. I really liked The Caged Graves. Hope you enjoy it when you get a chance to read it.

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  3. Thats a huge mailbox. Enjoy them all.

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  4. Love the snowman! Rumor Central sounds fun, a great read for the holidays.

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  5. I have for the first time downloaded some egalleys from Edelweiss. Hope we have good reading this holiday.

    Book Dilettante

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  6. So many books! Enjoy!

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  7. Your Edelweiss books look AMAZING! I can’t wait to download them! I’m excited to see your review on RED because I’ve heard such mixed reviews, I want to know how you like it.

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  8. Looks like a great mailbox!!

    ENJOY them all and your week.

    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

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  9. Wow, that’s a full mailbox! I think Going Over sounds good.

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  10. Awesome haul! After the End is definitely on my to read list next year; can’t wait to hear your thoughts on it!

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