Sunday, 24 October 2010

In my Maibox (4)


In my Mailbox is a weekly meme host by Kristi at The Story Siren and inspired by Alea at Pop Culture Junkie:

For Review:

From Netgalley:

                      What Can't Wait Lost in the River of Grass Everything I Was Those That Wake

  • What Can't Wait by Ashley Hope Pérez- It's about a girl who always put her family well being in front of her. It's a 2011 debut
  • Lost in the River of Grass by Ginny Rorby  -  It's a thriller about a field trip that goes incredibly wrong. Sounds really great.
  • Everything I Was  by Corinne Demas - It's about a girl from Upper West Side that ends up living in her grandfather house because her family is broke.
  • The Last Full Measure by Ann Rinaldi - It's an historical fiction and sounds interesting.
  • Those That Wake by Jesse Karp - It's set in NYC but the city lost its energy, people just walk in the street head down and don't talk to each other.
What did you get in your Mailbox?


nikkibrandyberry said...

I have not heard of these! I need to look them up! Great post! Mine is here:

Alison said...

Great books. I loved Ann Rinaldi when I was younger. I should read them again.

TheBookishSnob said...

Looks like some fun reading for you ahead :)

Come by to see what's in my mailbox this week

TheBookishSnob said...

Just saw your question on my IMMB post. I click open the Kindle store and go to where it says categories. I pick the genre, click on it and when it opens up I click on where it says bestselling. It should give you other options like low to high and high to low. I click on low to high and it pulls up all the free books first :) Then all you do is scroll through and pick the ones you want. Hope that helps. Happy hunting

AngelicNytmare said...

Nice selction here. I haven't heard of any f them but I'll be putting some on my list.

Gina @ My Precious said...

What Can't Wait sound alluring. What type of books do you generally like ot read?

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