Sunday, June 19, 2011

In My Suitcase/Mailbox

I realised I hadn't given you all a glimpse of my BEA books.  This is them, minus Beauty Queens and the Pirates of the Caribbean book.
The week I got back these 8 books popped through the mailbox as well.  I was so excited to see In The Forests of the Night I was almost beside myself!  Tyger Tyger was so amazing I can't wait to read this second Goblin Wars book.  And I have to say, 8 more books a day after unloading those suitcases was stressful, and yet still exciting (I have a problem obviously).
Although our postal system went from rotating strikes to full on lock out shortly after this box arrived Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (not pictured here) managed to sneak in my mailbox just before cut off!  I've been waiting on the edge of my seat for that one for awhile now.

Now, what's weighing down your shelves?

12 comments:

  1. wow! That is freaking amazing!!!

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  2. Astounding and staggering don't even begin to touch what your pile is! You got a lot of amazing reads. Pure looks really good and I can't wait for Crossed. Hope you have plenty of time to read them all!

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  3. Sooo many beautiful books. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  4. It was a pretty exciting thing bringing them all home! But it actually makes picking what to read next a huge decision! hahahah, not a bad one of course, just a lengthy one.

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  5. OMG I am so jealous he he. You have loads of awesome books. I wish there were great thing like BEA where I live.

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  6. Wow! That's really the only word I can think of at the moments. Have fun reading and then recommending to us.

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  7. Ooohhhhh first, I don't see Patrick Ness' A Monster Calls here, so if you want to borrow it do let me know. Second, can I maybe borrow The Fox Inheritance at some point? :D

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  8. Uhhh could I also borrow The Secret Prince by Violet Haberdasher? lol

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