Monday, April 9, 2012

Mailbox Monday - April 9th


Aprils edition of Mailbox Monday is being hosted by Cindy's Love of Books.

Here's what arrived last week. Have you read any of these yet?

(audio book thanks to Simon & Schuster)

(thanks to paperback swap member)


(thanks to NetGalley for eGalley)

36 comments:

  1. Ooh, tempting books! I've been wanting to read Arcadia....

    Love your kitty-with-bunny-ears in the sidebar.

    Thanks for visiting my blog, and I am sure I'm going to love the Anne Tyler book. She never disappoints. Love those quirky characters.

    Have a great week!

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  2. Thanks for dropping by my blog earlier- nice to hear from you again! I love the cover for 'Arcadia'...butterflies always catch my eye! Hope you enjoy your books x

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  3. I hope you had a wonderful Easter (I'm sure your family it very excited about the new addition coming soon). Excitement in the air!

    I still haven't read a King novel!

    Have a wonderful reading week.

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  4. I'm slowly moving to the top of the library hold list for Arcadia! Enjoy your new books.

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  5. I would have to say I'd be thrilled with all three of these books. I haven't heard about the Stephen King, but I've heard about Arcadia and, of course, I enjoy Chris Bohjalian

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  6. All great books! I've read great things about Arcadia and of course, I can't wait to hear about Bohjalian's newest!

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  7. Oooh, a new Bohjalian - can't wait to hear about it!

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  8. I love the title and cover of the Stephen King--is it a horror story? I would read him more if he didn't write such disturbing stories! :)

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  9. The Sandcastle Girls looks interesting. Stephen King..haven't read him in ages. Have a great week.

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  10. Ah that cat with the bunny ears is too cute. You got some great books Diane. Enjoy them :)

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  11. New titles for me. New follower.
    http://booketta.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/imm-and-mm.html

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  12. Dave is eagerly awating the Stephen King book. Have you read the series? He keeps trying to convince me I should, but it just doesn't sound like my "cup of tea".

    I'm eagerly awating Grisham's latest, which I also see you have. It looks much more interesting.

    Have a happy reading week.

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  13. I definitely want to read Arcadia. I am unsure about Bojhalian's new book, so I look forward to your review on that one!

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  14. Definitely want to read Arcadia. Can't wait to see what you think. Enjoy!

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  15. Hi Diane,

    I haven't read any Stephen King for years, but always used to love his horror books. It seems as though he is among the growing number of authors who have now re-invented themselves as fantasy authors, which I am afraid puts me off catching up with him again.

    I love the sound of 'The Sandcastle Girls', as well as the brilliant cover art. This kind of story, which spans the generations and time zones, never ceases to captivate and hold me...A definite for my reading list.

    Thanks for sharing and I hope that you have a great week,

    Yvonne

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  16. Great stuff Diane. I can't wait to read The Sandcastle Girls! I'm curious about the Stephen King one too.

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  17. These look wonderful! I hope that you enjoy them all!

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  18. Jealous of your Sandcastle Girls egalley - off to NetGalley to see if I can get approved too!

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  19. New titles for me also, I hope you enjoy! them.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/04/mailbox-monday_09.html

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  20. The Sandcastle Girls is on my wish list. Happy reading!

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  21. It's been a long time since I listen to an audiobook... I should give it a go again soon.

    I hope you enjoy your books! :)

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  22. I haven't yet but they're on my list now. Thanks so much. Can always count on you for a good read :) Have a great week.

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  23. I haven't read any of them, but have read good things about Arcadia. Enjoy your new books!

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  24. The Sandcastle Girls looks really good. Enjoy your new books!

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  25. I can't wait to hear your thought on Arcadia--I adored it! The new Bohjalian looks intriguing too. I know he's a favorite of yours, so I'll be curious to hear your thoughts on that too. Happy reading!

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  26. I'm really looking forward to reading The Sandcastle Girls. I'm all about historical fictions about places I don't know much about.

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  27. Great selection! I'm really curious about Arcadia; I wasn't such a fan of her previous book but I'm still curious about this one.

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  28. I've been living under a rock, apparently, never ready anything by King or Bohjalian. Groff - I'd never read again, ever! 2 of her books were enough for me - ugh!!!

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  29. I have not read any of those books. I might look at the Sandcastle Girls.

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  30. The Sandcastle Girls is on my wishlist! Read the Night Strangers and was hooked by this author!

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  31. Ooh! I've heard great things about Arcadia. And such a pretty cover. Enjoy!

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  32. Not sure if Blogger ate my comment or not. If so, just delete this one?

    What I said originally was--I've heard such great things about Arcadia. And such a pretty cover as well.

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  33. Oh man … you got the new King!!! LUCKY LUCKY YOU!!!!

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  34. All of your books look terrific Diane, but I especially like the new Stephen King book.

    Happy reading!

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