In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi over at The Story Siren which gives bloggers a chance to share the books, swag, etc. that they've received each week.
So you know the last few weeks have been kind of slow book-wise for me? NOT THIS TIME! Canadian publishers, I love you <3 These actually all came on the same day which was crazy but hey, I'm not complaining.
(I found my camera! And the charger! YAY!)
Croak by Gina Damico - This one was pitched as snarky and funny which totally sounds like my kind of read. The cover is so shiny.
Dead Is A Battlefield by Marlene Perez - Ahh, this sounds really good... too bad it's the 6th book in a series I haven't yet started! I'll have to see whether I'm going to start the series from the beginning or just pass the book along to someone else.
Illuminate by Aimee Agresti - I've already finished this one and it is SO GOOD. Stay tuned for an interview with the author and giveaway for Canadian residents.
Loss by Jackie Morse Kessler - Another series I have yet to start! I've been interesting in beginning it for a while though so hopefully I'll be able to soon. This one is also veeery shiny.
Fever by Lauren DeStefano - I loved Wither when I read it last year and so I have been dying to get my hands on this sequel. I've read some awesome reviews already and I'm eager to get back to this fascinating world. I can't wait to get started!
The Last Princess by Galaxy Craze - I can't wait to get started on this! + seriously, Galaxy Craze is the coolest name EVER.
Revived by Cat Patrick - WOO! I'm so glad that this is here -- the premise sounds amazing and I've heard great things about Cat Patrick's debut novel (which I will get to... eventually...)
The Storm Makers by Jennifer E. Smith - I really loved Jennifer's novel The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight and even though this is completely different, I'm still pumped! I love MGs like this one :)
So that's my haul for this week! An enormous thank you to Thomas Allen & Sons, Hachette Book Group Canada and my library.
I hope you had a wonderful week! Happy reading!