16 September 2012

Showcase Sunday #5


Showcase Sunday is hosted by the fabulous Vicky of Books, Biscuits and Tea and it's all about sharing the books we've received in the last week - bought, begged or borrowed! 

This is two weeks worth of books as I missed last week!  


Letters From the Inside by John Marsden
Outpost (Razorland #2) by Ann Aguirre (won from For What It's Worth - thank you!)
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
Flowertown by S.G. Redling
Eden by Matthew Plourde
Love in the Years of Lunacy by Mandy Sayer (thank you Atria Books via Edelweiss)
Veronika Decides to Die by Paulo Coelho
Isolation (Partials #0.5) by Dan Wells
The Siren of Paris by David LeRoy
Red Rain by R.L. Stine (thank you Touchstone via Edelweiss)

And a big thank you to everyone for their kind words during my blog break this week. I'm feeling refreshed and ready to rock this blogging thing again :-D Love ya all!

28 comments:

  1. Ooo, I want to get my hands on Outpost. I just finished Enclave and loved it! Great books - I loved Under The Never Sky as well...

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  2. I'd like to read Under the Never Sky sometime in the future! They all look really great! Maybe I'll try some of them out!

    Here is my Showcase Sunday post: http://readwritesleepeat.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/showcase-sunday-2.html

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  3. I just read Letters From the Inside's synopsis on Goodreads and it sounds fantastic! And quite emotional. Can't wait to hear what you think of it!

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    1. I first read it years ago when I was a teenager. I'd forgotten what a small book it is!

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  4. Letters from the inside and Love in the years of lunacy sounds great.

    I remember reading and liking Veronica decides to die although it was long back.

    Still need to read under the never sky.

    Great haul!

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  5. I still have to read Enclave, but the cover for Outpost looks awesome! Under the Never Sky was a good book! Enjoy :)

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  6. love in the years of lunacy has a great cover. i've heard outpost is so good!
    My post is here:
    Sunday Shout Out

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  7. Wow! Check out all those books! Happy Reading!


    Just to let you know I have nominated you for the one lovely blog award :)

    My post can me found HERE

    :) xxx

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  8. I can't wait to read Under the Never Sky. I bought it last week. I hope you enjoy it. Check out my Showcase Sunday

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  9. Wow! That is a huge haul and some incredible books. Under the Never Sky looks like a great book and one I seriously need to read! =D

    New follower and I love your blog.
    Here's my SS

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  10. under the never sky! I seriously need to read that one :D Great haul!

    Happy reading!

    My haul.

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  11. I absolutely adore Veronica Decides to Die, I hope you'll too! Other than that, Under the Never Sky looks awesome (and I need to read it, eep!) and I so need to check out the Razorland series! Letter from the Inside has a pretty cover.

    Enjoy! =D

    Here's my Book Haul post.

    Sana @ artsy musings of a bibliophile

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  12. You've got heaps of books this week! The only one I've read is Under the Never Sky but I hope you enjoy all your books. :D

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  13. Veronica Decides to Die is one of my favorite books! Also Love in The Years of Lunacy sounds really good. I'll have to check it out. Enjoy all your bookish goodies, Kat! :)

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  14. Thank you for bringing my attention to Flowertown. I had not heard of it at all but it sounds like a book I need to have. Best part? The Kindle edition is 4.99. SCORE!

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    1. I found it through a GR group and its highly recommended by everyone that's read it. Love Kindle Cheapies!

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  15. UNDER THE NEVER SKY! I loveee that one, so I really hope you enjoy it! I've seen Outpost around a lot today, so I definitely need to get started on that series soon. Awesome haul this week!

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  16. Ooh Flowertown looks really good. That one is new to me. I really need to get around to reading Under the Never Sky too!

    Happy to hear that you enjoyed David Moody's Autumn series, I really loved Hater so I can't wait to get into those ones. You should read Hater, it's not really zombies, as it's not people coming back from the dead it's just people... going nuts... I guess. LOL

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    1. People going nuts is also good! I've had Hater on my wishlist and then my TBR for ages now - I must get to them!

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  17. I got Red Rain too but I have to be honest and say I'm a little wary about it, the previous reviews I've read were not good but I'll keep an open mind.

    Have a great day!
    Our new books

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  18. Great haul! I'm curious to see what you think about Outpost, as I really like the cover. Happy reading!


    Here are my books.

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  19. You got so many pretties! Also, no NG books, though I see an EW in there. :-p I am feeling very good about my choice to swear off of it. A weight off my shoulders, even though every time they put up something I want, I die a little inside.

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    1. Under the rules, EW is OK ;-) But I haven't been on there in a while...hmmmmmm......

      I can't even log into NG - I refuse to torture myself!

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  20. I'm still on the fence about reading Enclave (which is bad b/c I have Outpost and should either read it or find it a good home)! Enjoy all your lovelies and welcome back!

    Thanks for stopping by My Added to the Bookshelf Post!

    ♥ Melissa @ Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf

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    1. Thanks Melissa! I haven't read Enclave either....I'm kind of scared of it to be honest!

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  21. What an awesome haul! I have already added a few of these to my TBR list.
    Happy Reading!
    My Sunday Edition @ Paulette’s Papers

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