Mailbox Monday Week 15

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It's Monday and time for a new Mailbox Monday post, courtesy of the blog with the same name. Here's some of the books I've recieved recently.

Heartless by Marissa Meyer

Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard

Wonder Woman: Warbringer (DC Icons Series) by Leigh Bardugo

Love Poems by Pablo Neruda

The Red Sweet Wine Of Youth : The Brave and Brief Lives of the War Poets by Nicholas Murray

Finna kyrkjedøra i meg by Per Helge Genberg (press copy from the publisher)

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden

The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

Anestesi by Henrik Fram (press copy from the author)

Bare du som passer på by Jarle Sten Olsen (press copy from author)

Forsvinningen by Frode Granhus (press copy from the publisher)

Åte by Daniel Cole (press copy from the publisher)

Want You Dead by Peter May (press copy from the publisher)

Barføtt over isen by Ingebjørg Berg Holm (press copy from the publisher)

Lucifers fall by Jan Boris Stene (press copy from the publisher)


  1. What an awesome mailbox! I'm seeing The Belles everywhere and I'm now more and more curious about it. Enjoy your new books!

    1. Thanks, I'm sure I'll enjoy them. Part of the reason why I purchased The Belles was that I saw it everywhere too. :-)

  2. Wow, nice mailbox! My sister would love Heartless.

    1. Thanks. :-) I've heard a bit of Heartless, so I got curious.

  3. I have been eyeing The Belles for months! The cover is gorgeous. I have a love/hate relationship with YA books though.
    I also adore the artwork of Heartless.

    1. I do get that some people have a love/hate relationship with YA books, especially since a lot of the same tropes are a bit on repeat.

  4. What a great list. Enjoy!!

    1. Thanks, and I'm sure I'll enjoy several of them.

  5. What a mailbox haul! I am still enjoying the Lunar Chronicles series. Some of the others look a bit creepy.
    Hope you enjoy all of your reading!

    1. So far, so good, even with the crime/suspense books with creepy covers.

  6. That is quite a mailbox.



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