Feb 2, 2009

Mailbox Monday #15

Welcome to another edition of Mailbox Monday, sponsored by Marcia at The Printed Page.

Here's what found its way into my mailbox this week:




1. Voices Under Berlin by T.H.E. Hill, I received this from Bostick Communications and can't wait to get started.










2. Mission Accomplished: Stop the Clock by Muriel Engelman, from the author and Bostick Communications. This will be a great read for the WWII Reading Challenge.










3. Run for Your Life by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge. Miriam at Hatchette Group sent this book to me for review.










4. City Above the Sea and Other Poems by Stephen Alan Saft sent to me by Bostick Communications.

22 comments:

Literary Feline said...

Hi, Serena! It looks like you have some good reading ahead of you. Voices Under Berlin especially sounds like it will be interesting. I look forward to hearing what you think of it.

Toni said...

Looks like you got some good ones.. can't wait to hear your reviews.

Stephanie said...

Sounds like a couple of good ones in that pile. I agree with Wendy...Voices Under Berlin sounds really good. Can't wait to read your reviews!

Serena said...

LiteraryFeline: Thanks for stopping by. I think the Voices Under Berlin will be fantastic.

Toni: I have to get through some others first, but these should be good reads.

Stephanie: I have a thing for the cold war, etc. I can't wait to get started.

Trish said...

Voices Under Berlin sounds really interesting--look forward to hearing what you think of it!

Sandra said...

Those first two do sound interesting. I'll watch for your reviews. I only got two this week but good one I think. HAppy reading.

Serena said...

Trish: I'm a sucker for war-based books.

Sandra: Its not the quantity of books you receive but the quality!

Dar said...

Serena, it looks like you got some really good choices for the War Challenge. That's awesome. PS, thanks for posting my giveaway :)

Serena said...

Dar: I am happy to oblige.

Melody said...

I've not heard or seen any of them but I thought Voices Under Berlin sounds very interesting! I'm looking forward to reading your reviews on them soon.

Serena said...

Melody: This is how it is sometimes, you just get books in the mail that you've never heard of. :)

Bookfool said...

Okay, now I've forgotten what I was going to say. Shoot. City ... Sea -- the poetry book. That has the cutest cover! I got Voices Under Berlin and flipped through it. The writing looks excellent. Hope you love 'em all!

Jenners said...

I'm interested in how you feel about James Patterson. I have not read a book of his that I have liked yet. Maybe you can change my mind.

avisannschild said...

Mission Accomplished sounds quite good! I requested it too, so I hope I get it. Nothing in my mailbox this week...

Serena said...

Bookfool: LOL don't you hate when your mind goes blank?

Jenners: I guess we shall wait and see about Patterson. The Quickie is one that I absolutely hated.

Avis: I hope you get it too; it looks great!

Anna said...

Looks like you had a good week. I can't wait to get my copy of Mission Accomplished. Happy reading!

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric

Serena said...

I can't wait for you to get that either!

naida said...

happy reading, those look like some interesting books.
http://thebookworm07.blogspot.com/

Serena said...

Naida: I like that I am getting more variety and some more poetry!

bermudaonion said...

What a great bunch of books - Mission Accomplished looks especially good.

Dawn - She is Too Fond of Books said...

I want to know more about *Mission Accomplished* ... how many books are *you* reading for your WWII Challenge?

Serena said...

Dawn: I have a minimum goal of 5 books, but I think I have more than five books on WWII to read..so probably more than my minimum goal.