Monday, September 17, 2012

Mailbox Monday - September 17th

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I went a little Europa Crazy with (5) new acquisitions. Several came from PBS members over the last few weeks. The other, Victorine; Maude Hutchins is a NYRB classic that I purchased.

 
  The above are September and October releases

28 comments:

  1. The Europa books are beautiful. So glad to hear Harris has brought back her wonderful character Vianne - going on my wish list!

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  2. So looking forward to your thoughts on Kate Morton's new book. I love her writing. Have a great week, Diane, and happy reading!

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  3. Very nice mailbox. Most are "new to me" so will look out for your reviews to see if they go on my tbr list. Have a great week.

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  4. I thought those looked like Europa Books! All of your new books look great!

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  5. Great haul! Were you suppose to mention Secret books?

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  6. I really enjoyed Chocolat so I followed your link on the Joanne Harris book, Peaches for Father Francis, to discover it's a sequel to Chocolat, which puts it on my own TBR list.

    Also, ever since I read Lacuna, I've been interested in Frida Kahlo--I'll be interested to read how you find that book.

    Enjoy your new books!

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  7. Lovely! Can't wait to see what you think of the Kate Morton, I'm green with envy.

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  8. I've added The Secret Keeper to my list...and I hope you enjoy Love Anthony as much as I did.

    Here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST

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  9. Your book sounds interesting! Have a great reading week...

    Here is my Monday post!!

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  10. The Secret Keeper and Love Anthony are on my TBR lists. Enjoy.

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  11. The new Lisa Genova looks great, and I have heard some really interesting things about it as well, and those Europa editions are really cool! Nice new additions today!

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  12. The Secret Keeper caught my eye.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/09/mailbox-monday_17.html

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  13. Love the variety! Enjoy all of your new reads!

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  14. I want to hear what you think of Love, Anthony. It is quite a departure for her in many ways.

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  15. They all appeal to me. Gee thanks! ;-) Happy reading this week.

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  16. I own a couple of Europa books but haven't read them yet. I have heard such good things about them though, I really should make some time for them soon.

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  17. Diane, most of these titles are new to me! I hope you'll enjoy each one. :)

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  18. Lots of nice books this week. I have Secret Keeper too.

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  19. The only book known to me from this wondrous list is the Roma Tearne one. A good one - immigrants, second generation immigrants, assimmilation and generally very good all round.

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  20. I am looking forward to reading The Secret Keeper.

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  21. Nothing wrong with going Europe!!! I have 2 of the books in your second picture. I hope they're all winners!!

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  22. I see you have the Secret Keeper...I love Kate Morton.

    ENJOY!!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    http://silversolara.blogspot.com/2012/09/mailbox-monday-9172012.html

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  23. The Europa books look fantastic. Happy reading!

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  24. I'm anxious to read Peaches for Father Francis. I enjoyed Chocolat (years ago!), and thought The Girl With No Shadow was even better. I'm glad to see third in this series!

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