Sunday, 9 September 2012

Incoming!

AKA Showcase Sunday

I am physically incapable of passing up a good book baragin! I'd been hearing a little about Malorie Blackman's books recently and then, low and behold, Tesco had two books for £3.86! Oh and the giant pile of books is for a mystery box of books I'm putting together for a charity raffle. Thanks to Transworld for being so generous and I'll reveal the contents after the raffle.




For Review:
Nothing is Heavy by Vicki Jarrett
Last Will by Liza Marklund (Transworld)

Bought:
Fated by Benedict Jacka
Noughts & Crosses by Malorie Blackman
Knife Edge by Malorie Blackman




Showcase Sunday is hosted by Books, Biscuits & Tea.

10 comments:

  1. Physically impossible? Really? I'll take your word (and pictures of proof) for it. :-)

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  2. I'm so excited to see the Malorie Blackman books, I LOVE that trilogy!

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  3. I've never read any Majorie Blackman either but so many people reave about that series. Hope it's a good read! :-)

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  4. I first heard of Malorie Blackman's books when she appeared on The Book Show back when I had access to that channel. I keep seeing her books in The Works but they never really appeal to me. Interested to see what you think!

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  5. I read the Malorie Blackman books years and years ago and can remember that they were good books but can't remember much else. I can't pass up a good bargain either and will definitely need to check out the book section in my local tesco! Enjoy! Oh and the charity raffle sounds great :)

    -Becca@Lost in Thought
    http://lostinthought-becca.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/showcase-sunday-13.html

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  6. I would love to get a box of mystery books!! Don't know any of those titles but look forward to reading your reviews.

    Lainy http://www.alwaysreading.net

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  7. Fated was a good book and I hope you enjoy it! Lovely haul as usual, Ellie! :)

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  8. Good haul! I read the Malorie Blackman books when they were first released. They made for a good read. A little different from all the YA books coming out at the time. Hope you enjoy.

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  9. Looks like a good selection - I read Noughts and Crosses years ago and remember really liking it but am not sure why I never picked up any of the others. Liza Marklund's always a good bet as well. Enjoy!

    Marie
    girlvsbookshelf.blogger.com

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  10. I've been meaning to read the Malorie Blackman books for years. Great buy. I was lucky enough to receive the new Liza Marklund book too. I've really enjoyed the ones I've read by her so far. Hope you enjoy them all.

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