Monday, September 26, 2011

Mailbox Monday: September 26, 2011


 Mailbox Monday, created by Marcia of A Girl and Her Books (f/k/a The Printed Page, is being hosted this month by Leah at Amused By Books. If you'd like to join in, stop by Leah's and leave a link - or just browse through the comments to see what new books have been showing up.

What's in your mailbox?

THE LAST TESTAMENT:
A Memoir by God
(with David Javerbaum)

“Damned comical. Amen.”Kirkus

Click here to read excerpts (you won't be sorry!).







by Joseph Monninger

"The beauty and brutality of nature unfolds in The World As We Know It--a touching tale of love, the wounds of loss, and the fragile complexities within the human heart."
-- Beth Hoffman, New York Times bestselling author of Saving CeeCee Honeycutt



LIESL & PO
by Lauren Oliver
illustrated by Kei Acedera

"Invigorating and hopeful, this novel testifies to the power of friendship and generosity to conquer greed and depression." - Publishers Weekly

Click here to visit the book's gorgeous website.




by Philippa Gregory
David Baldwin
& Michael Jones

"[Gregory] again brings insight to English history, recreating the power struggle between two of the nation's most notable women in a tale fresh for modern readers. There's no question that she is the best at what she does." -- Associated Press

Click here to view the Reading Group Guide.

THE LADY OF THE RIVERS
by Philippa Gregory

"A worthy addition to this fascinating series, once again distinguished by excellent characterization, thorough research, and a deft touch with the written word.” –Library Journal

Click here to visit the author's website.


DARK MOON OF AVALON
(Book II in the Twilight of Avalon Trilogy)
by Anna Elliott

“Passion, conflict, danger and magic combine for an irresistible love story which will keep you turning the pages!” –Michelle Moran, Author of Nefertiti and Cleopatra’s Daughter

Click here to read an excerpt.



“Fresh as a loaf of homemade bread just out of the oven, The Birth House, a tale of sex, birth, love and pain will more than satisfy the hungry reader.” - Joan Clark, author of An Audience of Chairs

6 comments:

bermudaonion said...

You got lots of great looking books! The World as We Know It and The Birth House catch my eye. Enjoy!

Beth(bookaholicmom) said...

The World as We Know It catches my eye! I loved Eternal on the Water. When I saw you had a new Monninger book, I got a bit giddy! I am looking forward to it!

Zibilee said...

I think you will really enjoy The Women of the Cousins War. It was a fascinating book! A lot of great things here today! Enjoy them all!

Mrs. Q: Book Addict said...

The Birth House is amazing! I loved it. Enjoy your new reads. I have both Philippa Gregory books as well.

Anna said...

You certainly had a great week in books! I'm really curious about God's memoir. Enjoy your new books!

T.V and Book Addict said...

I'm SO curious about that Lauren Oliver book! The Birth House looks and sound really good, I'm curious now. Hope you enjoy your new reads :)