Mailbox Monday (129)

Mailbox Monday is a weekly event where we share our latest book arrivals. Link up and find new mailboxes to stalk at the Mailbox Monday blog! Happy New Year, friends! I took a little blogging break last week so today I have two weeks of books to share.

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Here’s my week in books:

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Books in the Mail:

The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion – Sequel to The Rosie Project. Audiobook read by Dan O’Grady.

Rumble by Ellen Hopkins – Audiobook read by Kirby Heyborne.

Black Dove White Raven by Elizabeth Wein – For the YA Diversity Book Club. Wein’s latest book explores race and gender issues and the Second Italo-Ethiopian War.

The Carnival at Bray by Jessie Ann Foley – I’m reading all the Morris nominees for a blog tour, and this is a 90s set coming-of-age about music, Ireland, love and loss.

Gabi, A Girl in Pieces by Isabel Quintero – This is another Morris nominee, and I’ve already read this one. Wonderful debut about a young poet who learns to get comfortable in her own skin.

The Tragic Age by Stephen Metcalfe – A coming-of-age about a boy who retreats from the world until two new people in his life open his eyes to new possibilities.

Review eBooks:

Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway – Emmy’s best friend Oliver returns after being kidnapped by his father ten years ago. Can they pick up where they left off or has that ship sailed?

The Night We Said Yes by Lauren Gibaldi – A then-and-now story about friends that try to recreate one life-changing night.

Between the Notes by Sharon Huss Roat – During hard times Ivy and her family lose their house and move to a less upscale neighborhood. She turns to music and new friends and learns more about herself.

Between Us and the Moon by Rebecca Maizel – Secrets, love and lies abound during one transformative summer on Cape Cod.

Paperweight by Meg Haston – Stevie is in an eating disorder clinic, dealing with guilt over her brother’s death and her eating disorder.

Tiny Pretty Things by Sona CharaipotraDhonielle Clayton – Described as Black Swan meets Pretty Little Liars. It features diverse characters attending an exclusive Manhattan ballet school. May 26, HarperTeen.

Thanks so much to: Simon & Schuster Audio, Disney-Hyperion, Elephant Rock Productions, Cinco Puntos Press, St. Martin’s Griffin, and HarperTeen.

What’s new in your mailbox?

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17 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday (129)

  1. Mary says:

    So many good looking books in your mailbox. I read the first Rosie book so I hope the second is just as good. Happy New Year!

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  2. The Morris nominees look terrific. I love Hopkins’ work but don’t think I could handle free verse in audio.

    bermudaonion (Kathy) recently posted: Review: The Meaning of Maggie
  3. Shoshanah says:

    So many interesting looking books! I’m not even sure where I’d start, but maybe Emmy & Oliver? Happy reading!

    Shoshanah recently posted: Mailbox Monday (103)
  4. Yay, you got all those eARCs! I really want to read Paperweight; it looks so heartbreaking and beautiful and that cover is gorgeous! I can’t wait to see what you think of it. I’m now really looking to Emmy & Oliver as well now that I’ve finally read a book by Robin Benway and loved it! And The Night We Said Yes looks really intriguing; reviews seem to be good so far.

    I still haven’t read a single Elizabeth Wein book, I REALLY MUST.

    Hope you enjoy all your reads!

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  5. MarthaE says:

    Lots of interesting titles; audiobooks too! Happy Reading!

  6. What a great mailbox! I have to make time to read The Rosie Project. Hope you love all your books. 🙂

    Laura@Library of Clean Reads recently posted: Mailbox Monday and It's Monday, What Are You Reading? Jan 5 Edition
  7. Hi Lucy,

    You have had a bumper week!

    These are all new to me books and indeed, authors, so choosing a favourite is going to be almost impossible. I do however, particularly like the sound of your Morris nominee selections, so good luck with those.

    The spine ends of your mail selection, all look so bright and cheerful, who could resist!

    Enjoy your reading week, wherever in your pile you decide to start.

    Yvonne.

    Yvonne@FictionBooks recently posted: New On The Shelf At Fiction Books This Week
  8. Rosie is next on my list – hope you love it!

  9. You have a nice balance between books in the mail and ebooks. It is a large variety to choose from. Enjoy!

    pat @ Posting For Now recently posted: Mailbox Monday: January 5, 2015
  10. Lindsay says:

    Sounds like you got some really good books to read. I hope you enjoy your week and your books. Happy Holidays even if it a little late. I hope you enjoyed your holidays.

    Lindsay recently posted: Mailbox Monday #16 - Happy New Years
  11. So many interesting looking books! I especially like the look of Between Us and the Moon.

    Enjoy! And thanks for visiting my blog.

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  12. Nice mailbox.

    I haven’t read either Rosie book, but I have a giveaway going on for the first and the second one. 🙂

    ENJOY all your books and your reading week.

    Elizabeth
    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

    Elizabeth (Silver's Reviews) recently posted: Giveaway of The Rosie Project AND The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion
  13. Leslie says:

    Nice week and lots of good choices. I have Rosie in audio too.

    Leslie recently posted: Mailbox Monday ~ January 5th
  14. DeniseF says:

    I’ve seen the Rosie book around a lot. I hope you enjoy all your new reads!

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  15. I was totally eyeing some of those review books on Edelweiss yesterday, but I resisted – for now. Great haul, Lucy. Nice way to start 2015.

    fishgirl182 @ nite lite recently posted: Review: If Only by Cherise Sinclair
  16. stacybuckeye says:

    I still need to read The Rosie Project! Looks like you have lots of great reading ahead 🙂

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