Letterbox Love (6)

Letterbox Love is a UK based feature where book bloggers showcase the books that they received that week, be they eBooks, paperbacks, hardbacks or any other format. It is hosted by Lynsey from Narratively Speaking.

This is my book haul for the past two weeks because I was incredibly lazy and didn’t feel like posting one last week.  I’m really pleased with the books I did receive in these past two weeks, even though I haven’t received as many as I do some weeks.

Library Haul: 

The Demon Lexicon by Sarah Rees Brennan- I haven’t read anything by this author before but think her books are quite similar to those written by Cassandra Clare so I’m hoping that I’ll enjoy this one.
How to Save a Life by Sara Zarr- I’ve been wanting to read this for ages but haven’t managed to get it until now. It seems like a really good contemporary and I really need to start reading more contemporary because it’s one of my favourite genres AND my blog name is Queen of Contemporary!
Steampunk! An Anthology of Fantastically Rich and Strange Stories- I really don’t know what I’ll think of this book but Cassandra Clare wrote a part of it so I couldn’t refuse it!
Daughter of the Flames by Zoe Marriott- I’ve wanted to read a book by this author for a while now and so I’m really glad that I’ve got hold of this.
Sweet Venom by Tera Lynn Childs- This isn’t a book that I’ve wanted to read for ages but it looks really good and I’m hoping to read it very soon.
To-Review:


Parallel by Lauren Miller (ARC)- This popped through my letterbox on Friday, much to my surprise, and I’m really looking forward to reading it. Thank you, Scholastic!

Sort of bought:


The Great Gatsby by F. Schoot Fitzgerald- Technically, I didn’t buy this: my mum did. I’ve decided to ‘steal’ it off of her though because it looks really good and I’m going to try and read more classics.

What did you receive this week? Link back to your own posts and I’ll check out your hauls! 


Lucy Powrie

Lucy Powrie is a blogger, YouTuber and author from the UK. When she's not reading, she enjoys cuddling guinea pigs and eating Oreo chocolate, but let's be real: she's mostly always reading.

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  1. Reply

    Rebecca-Books

    14 April, 2013

    Ah The Great Gatsby! I love this book so much, it is definitely one of the better classics. And it is one of the only books I’ve studied and analysed to death that I’ve come out loving in the end! The movie also looks AMAZING (my cousin’s in it…) and I think it will really show the best parts of the book well. I hope. And I mean Leonardo Di Caprio is Gatsby and who doesn’t like him?!
    Ah I also have How to Save a Life, haven’t read it yet. It looks really good. Hope you enjoy your books especially The Great Gatsby (sorry for my rambling here)!

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    Sam

    14 April, 2013

    I read Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan last year and loved it, and have been meaning to try her earlier books ever since. I have a copy of The Demon Lexicon waiting for me on my shelf. 🙂 And I hope you like How to Save a Life! I’ve heard great things about Sara Zarr’s books. 🙂

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    M

    14 April, 2013

    The Great Gatsby – I don’t think I’ve read that one but lots of people kep trying to get me to read it. Keen to hear what you think.

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    Zoe Crook

    14 April, 2013

    Ooh, great books! I really want read How to Save a Life. Hopefully, I made a deal with another book blogger and we are swapping books so it should be coming soon. 🙂 I have read the Fins series by Tera Lynn Childs and enjoyed that so I am interested to see how Sweet Venom is. I want to read a Zoe Marriot book too! Parallel looks interesting and I hope you enjoy The Great Gatsby. I love classics.

    Happy reading, Lucy! 🙂

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    Jess Hearts Books!

    14 April, 2013

    Oh! You got Parallel! I’m really looking forward to that one. How To Save a Life is really good, I hope you enjoy all of these. 🙂

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    whatdanielledidnext

    14 April, 2013

    I just got The Demon’s Lexicon too. Specifically because of her CC connection lol. Parallel sounds awesome, hope you enjoy. The Great Gatsby! Love. Seriously cannot wait for the movie and all the awesome fashion that’ll be in the stores 🙂

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    Ruby :)

    14 April, 2013

    Great books! How To Save a Life sounds amazing and I’ve read some brilliant reviews of it… Here’s my haul: http://feedmebooksnow.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/showcase-sunday-1.html I may or may not have got City of Bones (!!!!!!) 😀

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    Samantha Stewart

    14 April, 2013

    I really want to read The Demon Lexicon & How To Save A Life! They both sound brilliant! I really need to read The Great Gatsby, it’s one of those classics that everyone seems to love.
    Great haul 🙂

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    So Many Books, So Little Time

    14 April, 2013

    How to Save a Life is BRILLIANT and I love that Gatsby cover. I really should read it…

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    Cicely

    14 April, 2013

    Sarah Rees Brennan is an AWESOME author. The Demon’s Lexicon is really good. And I hope you enjoy Daughter of the Flames, too. Zoe’s books are all great. The Great Gatsby is really good, too. Definitely one of the more enjoyable classics 🙂 Happy reading!

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    Eileen

    15 April, 2013

    Parallel was really fantastic! It’s the second Harper book I’ve liked these past few months so I hope you love it just as much!! Also, Sweet Venom was really good, I can’t wait to see your review!

    Happy reading!

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    aliceinreaderland.com

    18 April, 2013

    I am really excited for Parallel, it’s one of my top anticipated releases, so I’m really curious about what you’ll think of it!! 🙂 Happy reading!

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    kateormand

    19 April, 2013

    I bought Daughter of the Flames this month. Excited to read it. Hope you like it!

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