Sunday, April 17, 2011

In My Mailbox (8)


In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted on Sunday by Kristi at The Story Siren. Basically, you sign up at The Story Siren and then do a post about the books you received that week. They can be from the library, borrowed from a friend, books you bought, or from any other source. Head over to The Story Siren to find out more and sign up! (Also....happy birthday to Kristi! It's her birthday......HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY!)

This week I got:
I Bought:
The Dead-Tossed Waves (The Forest of Hands and Teeth, #2)

The Liar Society (The Liar Society, #1)

That's all I got this week! What did you get?

7 comments:

Jules (The Great, The Good and The Bad) said...

I just finished The dead tossed waves, in fact, I have been working on the review today.

I thought it was a good sequel, so hopefully you will enjoy it.

I've seen the liar society pop up on a few blogs and it does sound good.


Jules x

KM said...

Yay for THE LIAR SOCIETY! I can't wait to grab a copy to read! :)

Vy (Vy's Blog) said...

I really want to start reading some of Carrie Ryan's books! Can't wait to read your review on The Dead-Tossed Waves.

Laurel said...

Jules,

I'll go check out your review when it comes out! I look forward to it! I am enjoying the Dead Tossed Waves so far, but I'm kinda mad at myself for starting The Liar Society before finishing it. It's one of those things where you have a self-made decline toward the book....but it is still hauting and beautiful, and I bet I'll love it just as much as TFOHAD. The Liar Society is freaking awesome, though, it's a great mysterey, it makes me laugh, and there's a totally hot guy! I'll write up a review soon!

Laurel said...

KM,

The Liar Society is an awesome book! It's a great mysterey, (I love mysterey,) and there's a super hot guy! I love it, and I recommend finding yourself a copy. I'd let you borrow mine once I'm done, too bad I can't just reach through the computer to give it to you.

Laurel said...

Vy,

Carrie Ryan's books are gorgeous and amazing. They are super haunting though, so make sure you have a good fluffy, warm-and-fuzzy type of read after you readone of her books!

abeautifulmadness said...

Loved the Dead-Tossed Waves. Hope you like it!