Letterbox Love

Letterbox Love (#64)

Letterbox Love is a weekly feature that is hosted by Lynsey at Narratively Speaking and basically, the idea came out of a discussion with other UK book bloggers about the need to do a weekly meme with more of a British feel to it. Therefore, Letterbox Love was born and the logo was lovingly designed by Dark Readers. Letterbox Love is a way for us to share the books that come through our letterbox, galleys and e-books (through our electronic letterbox) and any other bookish goodies that we want to tell you about.

Pancham the Panda was so excited about Trouble he tried to eat it… I told him off for it though. 
For Review: 

I am just as excited as Pancham for this book, I can’t wait to read it and I’ve been told its uber graphic, which doesn’t surprise me as its Non who has written it and like me, Non believes that YA readers shouldn’t be sheltered in the way that some publishers do. I’m expecting lots of sex and swearing hopefully! Thanks to Walker for sending me this! 

This has been written by an actual front man of a band while on tour with the help of the band The Script. I am really intrigued by it and am looking forward to giving it a read. Thanks Liz for sending this to me on behalf of the author.

I have a copy of Allegiant! YAY! I believe my original copy was lost in the post so the lovely team at Harper Collins sent me another copy through, those guys are ace! 

I am a huge fan of historical fiction and this seems very different from any historical YA I have read before. Its been written by an Irish writer, published by Pengiun Ireland and is set in 1930’s Ireland and it all sounds rely good. I have a feeling they are billing it as YA/adult crossover because of the style of the cover and it will probably appear in the adult sections of bookshops and supermarkets but it still sounds really good. Thanks Penguin Ireland for this! 

Honestly this doesn’t appear to be my kind of book but I’m hoping theres more too it. Its about the school popular crowd turning on their queen bee but I think theres something a little dark about it. I can’t wait to find out, thanks Pan MacMillan for sending this over!

I’d not heard about this before it turned up on my doorstep but it sounds interesting. It’s about a girl born with wings and sounds like a kinda fairy tale set in the real world. I am looking forward to finding out more. Thanks Walker for this one too

This thriller sounds incredible and I am looking forward to reading it and finding out what Klaris Cliff is meant to have done. Thanks OUP! 

These are a part of a series of books that are aimed at babies and parents, designed to introduce the classics to young children. These look fantastic and I am intrigued about the idea of this which is why I accepted them for review, thanks to the Publishing Group for sending these! 


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