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. Mailbox Monday is on tour, and you can link up at I Totally Paused! this month. Happy November all!
New arrivals at Casa Reading Date:
Audio & E-books:
Beautiful Player by Christina Lauren read by Grace Grant and Sebastian York – For review from Simon & Schuster Audio. Now listening!
Deeper by Robin York for review from Bantam/Netgalley – A NA romance from Ruthie Knox – I’ve only read one of Knox’s books so far, but I’m eager to catch up with her other work. It’s about a college student who is attacked online by an ex and falls for the guy who defends her. Looks so good.
Ink is Thicker Than Water by Amy Spalding from review from Entangled Teen/Netgalley – As a huge fan of The Reece Malcolm List, getting a copy of Spalding’s latest made my day! It’s about a girl who feels left out of her extended family and is looking for a place that feels permanent, like a tattoo. Must fit this in soon.
Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira for review from Macmillan Childrens/Netgalley – This book is about a girl who has to write a letter to a dead person for a school assignment. She starts writing to dead rock stars and celebrities on a regular basis and it enlightens her about her own troubled home life. Stephen Chbosky (Perks) writes the blurb, and this sounds great to me.
Siege & Storm by Leigh Bardugo – This was on super sale for kindle and when I’m writing this is still $1.40. It’s the sequel to Shadow & Bone.
Living with Jackie Chan by Jo Knowles – This is a Cybils contender I found for a great price. What I didn’t realize is that this is a companion book to a book I haven’t read, Jumping off Swings. This is about a high school guy who needs a fresh start, so he movies in with his Jackie Chan obsessed uncle and tries to overcome the pain of the last year.
If He Had Been With Me by Laura Nowlin – This is about a guy and a girl who were two friends who grew apart in high school. As years go by they reconnect, but is too late? A book about what might have been.
Chasing Shadows by Swati Avasthi – A book that’s part prose, and part graphic novel, Chasing Shadows is an action packed book about a group of friends who lost one of their own.
Gadget Girl by Suzanne Kamata – GG is about a girl named Aiko who dreams of being a great manga artist with a secret identity. As I’m flipping through the book I’m surprised there isn’t any manga art included. Looks like a cute read though.
Picture Me Gone by Meg Rosoff – Mila works to solve the mysterious disappearance of her father’s missing friend, but discovers more than she bargained for.
What exciting new books did you pick up this week?