18 October 2009

In My Mailbox #13

This meme is hosted by The Story Siren and here are the books I've acquired in the past week:

~ Juliet Naked by Nick Hornby

~ Rude Awakening of a Jane Austen Addict by Laurie Viera Rigler

~ Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict by Laurie Viera Rigler

~ The Girl Next Door by Elizabeth Noble

~ The Book of Proper Names by Amélie Nothomb

~ Before the Storm (ARC) by Diane Chamberlain


Hope everyone had a great book week!

12 comments:

ReggieWrites said...

Awesome books this week! Enjoy!

Rebecca said...

Awesome books you got this week. They all look really interesting. Hope you enjoy reading all your books.

Becky said...

Wow, lots of Austenesque novels this week. Cool!

Lenore said...

I've heard such great things about amelie nothomb. I need to read one of her books one of these days...

bookalicious said...

Lenore - I've only read The Character of Rain so far by her when a friend sent me a copy. Read it in one sitting and was completely blown away, it was amazing! So the other day I came across some other books by her and decided to order them (only one has arrived though). They're all tiny books (128 pages or so) and I can't say much about the new ones yet, but I can strongly recommend The Character of Rain! :)

Cindy said...

Enjoy!

Leah said...

All those look fab. I want to read Diane's other book The Lost Daughter, everyone raves about it but Before The Storm actually sounds good from what I can see on the cover!! Enjoy!

TheBookShopaholic said...

Awesome books!

April said...

The Confessions of Jane Austen Addict books look great, and they have such fab covers! I hope you enjoy all of your books this week :-D

Tena said...

now this is a great list of books!
Happy reading

Charlotte (The Book on the Hill) said...

Ah, all things Jane Austen tend to draw my attention...! Enjoy !

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