Monday, February 13, 2012

Mailbox Monday


Mailbox Monday is a gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week and explore great book blogs. February's host is Kim of Metroreader.

This week's (by mail arrivals):

How was Your Week for New Books?

43 comments:

  1. I'm in love with the cover of The Orphan Master's Son. Actually most of those have gorgeous covers.

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  2. These are all new to me. They sure look very good.

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  3. Great list, Diane. Hope you enjoy each book!

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  4. The Boy in the Suitcase has gotten a lot of attention. I'll be interested in your thoughts on that one. The Orchid House looks wonderful! Enjoy all your new books.

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  5. Great mailbox, Diane...I'm expecting Lone Wolf in the next week or so (I preordered it). Hope you enjoy all of your books, and thanks for visiting my blog.

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    1. Laurel, I've read all of her books. Hope this one is a good one (actually I've enjoyed most everything by her).

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  6. Wow, they all look so good! Jodi Picoult is coming here next month and I can't wait!!

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    1. That's exciting Kathy. She spoke at our library year's ago.

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  7. Mercifully, I didn't get any new books this week as my TBR shelf is groaning, but I enjoyed seeing your lot. I still haven't read any Jodi Picoult.

    Good set of titles.

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  8. I really want to read The Orchid House. Enjoy!

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  9. I am reading The Orchid House now but I have an e-book arc copy and the formatting is driving me nuts! I have some blank pages. You got the new Picoult. I must say I am jealous of that one! Enjoy your new reads!

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  10. All your books look good! The title The Boy In The Suitcase has me curious!

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  11. The Orchid House looks good. Enjoy

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  12. I gotta say that I think I want all of your books...not even one more than the other...I just want them all! I know I'm greedy!

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  13. I also got The Orphan Master's Son, and can't wait to get started with it. A lot of the books you've got here look excellent, and I hope that you enjoy them!

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  14. I have the Orchid House through Netgalley - can't wait to read it!

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  15. Some great titles, enjoy!

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/02/mailbox-monday_13.html

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  16. My there are a bunch of interesting ones today!

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  17. Great set of books! I hope the Picoult book is good. I haven't read anything from her in a long time but she's such a good storyteller.

    I think I will add The Orchid House to my list.

    Have a wonderful week!

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  18. I'm really curious to see what you think about those first two.

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  19. I have The Boiling Season sitting on my shelf - that looks terrific. And The Boy in the Suitcase sounds intriguing. Lots of good reading!

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  20. What an beautiful looking mailbox this week! All the covers are gorgeous. The Boy in the Suit Case has been on my list lately so I'll be interested in reading your review. Enjoy!

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  21. Wow! You even got the new JP book!!

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  22. I look forward to your review of The Boy in the Suitcase. I couldn't finish it and I want to hear what others think. A great set of books. Isn't PBS the best?

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    1. Oh Martha, sorry to hear that. Now I'm even more curious??

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  23. I'm very excited to read the new Adam Johnson! I haven't heard much about Lone Wolf yet, which is surprising, but I'll look forward to your thoughts!

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  24. These are all new to me, but the Orchid House looks particularly interesting. Enjoy!

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  25. I really want to read Orphan Master's Son and the Boy in the Suitcase. Just finished Orchid House a couple of weeks ago. Enjoy all your new books! :)

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  26. oooh...is that a brand-new Picoult novel? is this the one her daughter helped co-write (or maybe I am one behind?).

    I just love her novels bit haven't read the last few yet - too many good books and so little time!

    Sue

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  27. Sue,

    This is the new one; releases date 2/28/12. The book she is writing with her daughter is a YA novel which has not been published yet. The name escapes me.

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  28. Your mailbox is my fave of the week!! O.K....I can't wait for your thoughts on Picoult's book. I've purposely have been avoiding reading her last two books because I felt like I was getting burned out on her style...maybe this is the one that will bring me back to her. Enjoy!

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  29. Great selection! I love Jodi Picoult

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  30. I bought THE ORPHAN MASTER'S SON this week, too -- looks fascinating!

    You've had some good luck w/PBS swapping!

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  31. I bought THE ORPHAN MASTER'S SON this week, too -- looks fascinating!

    You've had some good luck w/PBS swapping!

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  32. I bought THE ORPHAN MASTER'S SON last week, too - looks fascinating!

    You've had some good luck w/PBS swapping :)

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  33. Looking forward to comparing thoughts with you on the Boiling Season!

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  34. I've had my eye on The Boy in the Suitcase for a very long time. I saw a very early preview of it in a random article and wanted it. I look forward to your thoughts.

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  35. I didn't know there was a new Jodi Picoult book. I haven't read her books in ages, but I'm looking forward to your thoughts. Happy reading!

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  36. Looks like a great reading week for you Diane -- Congrats!

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  37. I didn't realize Jodi Picoult had another one coming out. Need to get it added to my list!

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