Showcase Sunday (26)

Posted January 13, 2013 by Bonnie in Sunday Book Haul / 3 Comments

Hello and welcome to Showcase Sunday. The aim of Showcase Sunday is to highlight our newest books or book related swag and to see what everyone else received for review, borrowed from libraries, bought in bookshops and downloaded onto eReaders each week. For more information about how this feature works and how to join in, click here.
I had a slow week last week so Showcase Sunday was skipped. No fun when there’s nothing new to share! But this week… this week was just short of awesome. Hope you all can say the same! 
 
For Review
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Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella {Purchase}

Won!

A big thank you to the ladies of @epicreads and #teatime!

The Madman’s Daughter by Megan Shepherd {Purchase}
Everbound (Everneath #2) by Brodi Ashton {Purchase}
Asunder (Newsoul #2) by Jodi Meadows {Purchase}
Shadows in the Silence (Angelfire #3) by Courtney Allison Moulton {Purchase}

Thank you, Jess @ Gone with the Words
The Farm (The Farm #1) by Emily McKay {Purchase}
Plus, my super vital Vampire Apocalypse Survival Kit + signed swag! 🙂
Purchases
Yay for my local bookstores monthly book sales! All you see below? $5.
(From top to bottom)
Grendel by John Gardner {Purchase}
Amsterdam by Ian McEwan {Purchase}
Homecoming by Bernhard Schlink {Purchase}
That Summer by Sarah Dessen {Purchase}
Mr. Fox by Helen Oyeyemi {Purchase}
Edge: A Novel by Jeffery Deaver {Purchase}
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield {Purchase}
Bridge of Sighs by Richard Russo {Purchase}
Open House by Elizabeth Berg {Purchase}
Zone One by Colson Whitehead {Purchase}
Checkouts
Interview with the Vampire: Claudia’s Story by Ashley Marie Witter (Adaptor / Illustrator), Anne Rice {Purchase}
The Fifty Year Sword by Mark Z. Danielewski {Purchase}

What did you guys get in your mailbox this week? Leave me a link and I’ll be sure and stop by!

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3 responses to “Showcase Sunday (26)

  1. techeditor

    The best book of the bunch is AMSTERDAM by Ian McEwan. No one writes like McEwan. There may be books you like better than his, but no one has the way with words that he does. He writes beautifully. And AMSTERDAM is a good one. I haven't read all of his books, but I intend to. I've read quite a few, though, and I own all of them because his books are keepers.

  2. Oooh, nice haul. I'm really interested to see what you think of The Office of Mercy. I featured that earlier on the blog this year and I hope it's as good as it sounds!

  3. Heidi@Rainy Day Ramblings

    You had a fantastic week, I am drooling over all your goodies, I am most curious about the Jodi Meadows sequel. I liked the first one well enough….Anyway have a wondeful week, Bonnie, I will be stopping by :7

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