Letterbox Love

Letterbox Love (#84)

Letterbox Love is a weekly feature that is hosted by Lynsey at Narratively Speaking and 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.

This weeks books are awesome, especially when put with my lovely new Ruin & Rising Tote Bag!
For Review:
This just arrived on my doorstep out of the blue this week, as some things occasionally do from Simon & Schuster, but thank you whoever it is there that is sending me stuff! Its the eighth book in the Zom-B series which tbh is a little annoying on the grounds that I have only actually read the first one, but I will get round to the other at some point! 
Published: 3rd July 2014 
Since The Weight of Water I have been hoping for more contemporary from Sarah Crossan and now my wait is over. Thank you Bloomsbury for this one, I plan on reading it very soon! 
Published:  14th August 2014 
Another surprise, this time turning up at the mother in laws house! The lovely folk at Chicken House sent over this which I believe is a retelling of the Le Mis story… unfortunately I know nothing of that but I do love a good historical YA book so I am very much looking forward to it! Thanks guys! 
Published: 2nd October 2014 

Also this week I received a Box of Awesome and a box of OMG. There will be a blog post about these boxes soon, but each one contained a full book and a sampler. The books were sent for review:
I have actually read both of these books and reviewed them on this blog however The Thirteen Treasures was read so long ago and I never finished the series, because it was a library book I haven’t got round to re-reading the first in order to finish the series and I do love this edition so I will definitely give it a read again now! 
These are two books I haven’t actually heard of. The Hank Zipzer book I believe is connected to a TV show of the same name possibly… I’m not certain. However it sounds interesting, especially with a title like that! The Urban Outlaws seems more my kind of thing and I will definitely read the sampler to see if I’m right. 


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