Sunday, 25 March 2012


AKA In My Mailbox

I've been a good girl this week, only two books added to the teetering TBR and both are review books that I really wanted to read. The first is Dave Gorman's latest, Dave Gorman vs. the Rest of the World from Ebury Press. I commented on how I liked the cover for the new paperback edition on Twitter and a lovely publicist popped up and offered me a copy. The second book is Apocalypse Cow by Michael Logan from Transworld, one of the books that was on my list of titles I was looking forward to in 2012. It even came with a zombie cow bookmark that I'm going to use with everything now!

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  1. Those look great! I hope you enjoy all you got :)

    Here's my IMM!

  2. Great set! I'm not familiar with your books but Apocalypse Cow sounds hilarious.
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  3. Apocalypse Cow does look like a lot of fun! Dave Gorman is funny - and I have enjoyed some of his other books. Great haul this week! :)

  4. HAHAHA, love Apocalypse Cow... SO cute!! Enjoy

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    Happy Reading!
    Lindsay @ Turning the Pages

  5. Zombie cow! It is the new holy cow? :))) Whatever this book is I can't wait for your review, it definitely caught my attention too! Enjoy your reads, Ellie (and the weather while it lasts!)

  6. Ohh! LOL, I love the look of The Apocalypse Cow. o: I'm new to them both, but I hope they're great:) Enjoy! Thanks for stopping by!

  7. I read Are You Dave Gorman? and it was hilarious. I got quite a few weird looks from strangers while reading that book on public transport. I also read America Unchained but wasn't quite as impressed with that one. Would be keen to try out his latest :)Look forward to seeing what you think.

  8. Zombie Cow bookmark? Could one wish for anything more?!

    Have fun with your reads, I'm a new follower, here's my Monday Post

  9. Ooh, a new Dave Gorman book! I loved Are You Dave Gorman and Yes Man (and the DVD of Dave Gorman's Googlewhack Adventure is hilarious). I went to see him at the Pavillion last year and he was brilliant; he tours there a lot - you should definitely go :-)


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