17 December 2011

IMM #4 - pre-Christmas edition


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It's exactly one week now until Christmas - my favourite time of the year!  However, as no one usually buys me books for Christmas (I've got so many they're scared of buying something I already have), I just continued on my merry book-accumulating way.

Books for review

A massive thank you to the authors who have sent me their books for review.



War Against the Walking Dead by Sean T. Page - signed and with some zombie swag, yay!
Z-Boat by Suzanne Robb - Zombies on a boat - cool!
The Devil's Legacy by Tom Jackson
In the Middle of Almost by S.B. Lerner
Kikaffir by Ian Martin

Bought by me



I've never used The Book Depository for my own purchases before, so this was the perfect excuse to check out their service - the verdict, nowhere near as fast to deliver as Amazon, but great value for money!

The Murderer's Daughters by Randy Susan Myers
The Creeper by Tania Carver

Ebooks

Still Alice by Lisa Genova

And how could I forget this one....I've been lusting after it forever!



Dead of Night by Jonathan Maberry

Before you go - why not drop by my four book giveaway here

What did you get in your mailbox this week?

6 comments:

  1. Still Alice sounds like a great read! I hadn't heard of it before now, so thanks for sharing. :)

    My IMM

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  2. I haven't heard of any of those books! Most people don't get me books either, but luckily I have my blogger friends who are familiar about what I really want (and don't have) and they get me books off my wishlist.
    Have a wonderful Christmas!

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  3. Much jealousy going on over here! Espesh from your books received from authors. Aren't they the best to get?

    Looking forward to your reviews.

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  4. Dead of Night!! I really have been wanting to read that! >:) Looks so good. Major jealousy :P
    Great IMM! Thank you for stopping by mine. :)

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  5. Oooh Still Alice is a fantastic book I really enjoyed it!

    Giselle
    Xpresso Reads

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