Monday, November 26, 2012

Mailbox Monday - November 26th


Mailbox Monday in November is hosted by Kathy-Bermudaonion.

This week's arrived by mail loot included (3) audio books and (1) print book:

33 comments:

  1. I'm aggravated with James Patterson right now, but intrigued by the Merry Christmas, Alex Cross selection? Will be interesting to see what you thing :)

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    1. I vowed off Patterson, however, this one is short and I like Alex Cross and Christmas, so I'll give it a shot.

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  2. Enjoy your books and audios, Diane!

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  3. I'll be watching for your thoughts on Merry Christmas, Alex Cross. Enjoy your stack! Here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST

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  4. I just read yesterday that Patterson and co writers put out 10 books a year. That's a lot of books! Enjoy all your new reads/listens.

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    1. I sort of gave up on him when he et al started cranking them out monthly, but Christmas Cross is worth a shot for me --short one.

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  5. Testament of Mary appeals to me, but I have to read Toibin's Brooklyn first! Enjoy your new books--great selection :)

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    1. I liked Brooklyn, so I was curious about this one. Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving Jane.

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  6. Enjoy your new books, Diane. Especially the audiobooks!

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  7. There's a Christmas book with Alex Cross in it? I'm intrigued.

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    1. Not sure about Patterson anymore but I'll try it for Christmas.

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  8. I didn't know Alex Cross was in a Christmas book either.

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  9. I have the James Patterson book and the David Baldacci book on my towering TBR stack. Anxious to hear your reviews. MY POST IS HERE

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  10. Sounds like a lot of mystery to me. Just what I am needing right now! Can't wait to hear what you think of the audios.

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  11. The Christmas one sounds good.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/11/mailbox-monday_26.html

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  12. I've got The Testament of Mary somewhere -- am very eager to dig in and read it!

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  13. I'll be interested in your review of the Alex Cross story. I haven't read one in a while and lately the reviews have been all over the map.

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    1. I hear you. I stopped reading him a few years back but wanted to try this one.

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  14. Enjoy your new books.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

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  15. Enjoy your new books. Is that a new one by Connelly? I'll have to check it out!

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  16. Colm Toibin is one of my favorite authors - I haven't read the one you received yet but am looking forward to it.

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  17. Will be curious to see what you think of The Testament of Mary. I love Colm Toibin!

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  18. Oooh...lots of suspense this week - looks like a collection my husband would especially love!

    Have you really read 125 books this year?? Wow. I am impressed. I've been averaging about 6 a month, but I've read quite a few REALLY BIG books this year.

    Sue

    Book By Book

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  19. I don't read Patterson anymore and I've never read the Alex Cross books, but I find it interesting that there's a Christmas one. Happy reading!!

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  20. Audio books abound!! Looks like fun to me!

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  21. Hi Diane,

    Whilst I am not a personal fan of audio books, you have three good ones this week, that I wouldn't mind reading in print form.

    I have found recently that I can't read James Patterson very often, as I find his books rather insubstantial and repetitive, however 'Alex Cross' is a series I have been following and is fine if I don't read the books too close together.

    Thanks for sharing your finds this week,

    Yvonne

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