Monday, July 9, 2012

Mailbox Monday - July 9 - 2012

Mailbox Monday is hosted by Mrs. Q: Book Addict during the month of July.  I was too lazy to participate last week, so this week's books represent (2) weeks worth. Have you read any of these?

These Dreams of You; Steve Erickson
(Europa Edition - sent by PBS member)
Kindle eBook - Random House - purchase
Toby's Room; Pat Barker
eGalley - Doubleday - Edelweiss
Winter of the World; Ken Follett
(eGalley - Dutton -  Edelweiss)

(eGalley - - Penguin - NetGalley)
Twelve Patients; Eric Manheimer
(eGalley - Hachette - NetGalley)

27 comments:

  1. Interesting selection of books. I am actually looking forward to watching the movie version of the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel when it is released on DVD here in Australia - the casting looks great.

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  2. Haven't seen these books before. They all look interesting. Hope you enjoy them/.

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  3. Nice mailbox! All titles are "new to me" but I am very interested in Life and Death. Will be on the lookout for your review. Have a nice week!

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  4. I think I'll wait for your review of 'Marigold Hotel' before I decide to read it or watch it. Enjoy all your new books, Diane!

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  5. Looking forward to your thoughts on Marigold Hotel as well. I'd love to see the movie just for Dame Judi! I think you'll like Dilloway's book.

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  6. Looks like another great haul!

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  7. Marigold Hotel looks like a fun read...thanks for sharing, and enjoy! Thanks for visiting my blog...

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  8. I didn't realize Marigold Hotel was based on a book - I was just talking to a friend about wanting to go see that in the theater. Have a great week!

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  9. What a nice assortment of books! Roses and Thorns looks like one I would enjoy!

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  10. Saw the movie version of Marigold Hotel and enjoyed it. Enjoy your new reads.

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  11. I've read only the Marigold book. Haven't written about it yet, but I did like it. And amazingly, so surprisingly, I didn't care for the movie other than the performances of Nighy and Dench. There was so much in the book, and the movie seemed lacking.

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  12. I didn't realize Marigold Hotel was based on a book--looking forward to the movie, mainly because I'm a Judi Dench fan.

    The Care and Handling of Roses with Thorns is an intriguing title...assuming it's not a gardening book :)

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  13. The Marigold Hotel is one I want to read.

    I hope you have a great week! I'm sometimes too lazy to do the meme, but then I just do a Reading Roundup on my blog, where I do exactly the same as normal, but I don't link up to Bookjourney (and don't use the button). I just can't miss out on writing about my reading. ;-)

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  14. Twelve Patients looks interesting.

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  15. I hope The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is as good as the movie was!

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  16. Great mailbox. I want Winter of the World.

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  17. Twelve Patients sounds very intriguing, and darn it all, but now I have to know more, so I am off to find a nice synopsis and see if I should add it to my collection. Great mailbox today!

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  18. These all look really good. I especially love the cover of The Care and Handling of Roses With Thorns. Have a great week!

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  19. Every one of them new to me! The Marigold one sounds good and the roses one I am wondering what its all about.

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  20. I didn't realize The Marigold Hotel was a book. I have been wanting to see the movie. I hope you enjoy your new reads!

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  21. All new ones for me this week. I didn't know Ken Follett had a new book coming out. I usually like his stuff.

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  22. I hadn't realized that Ken Follet had a new book out either. The Margaret Dilloway book looks good too!

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  23. I am reading Toby's room too. Marigold's Hotel looks great as well. Enjoy your incoming books!

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  24. I want to watch the Marigold Hotel movie and can't wait to read your thoughts on the book!! The Dilloway book sounds good too!!

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  25. Looks like a great assortment of books! Tweleve patients is the one that caught my eye.

    Hope you enjoy them all!

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  27. I'm especially interested in the one about Bellevue Hospital and am hoping it is non-fiction.

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