Saturday, July 10, 2010

In My Mailbox - 7/10/10

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I haven't really been keeping up with IMM the last couple weeks becuase I didn't get a ton of books really and I wasn't feeling well so I was too lazy to post. And now I don't remember everything I bought... so I am just going to list what I got this week.

From Amazon Vine:

The Wake of the Lorelei Lee by L.A. Meyer

Jacky Faber, rich from her exploits diving for Spanish gold, has purchased the Lorelei Lee to carry passengers across the Atlantic. Believing she has been absolved of past sins against the Crown, Jacky docks in London to take on her crew, but is instead arrested and sentenced to life in the newly formed penal colony in Australia.
To add insult to injury, the Lorelei Lee is confiscated to carry Jacky and more than 200 female convicts to populate New South Wales. Not one to give in to self pity, Jacky rallies her sisters to "better" their position--resulting in wild escapades, brushes with danger, and much hilarity. Will Jacky find herself a founding mother of New South Wales, Australia? Not if she has anything to do about it!

For review:

The Healing Wars Book II: Blue Fire by Janice Hardy

Part fugitive, part hero, fifteen-year-old Nya is barely staying ahead of the Duke of Baseer’s trackers. Wanted for a crime she didn’t mean to commit, she risks capture to protect every Taker she can find, determined to prevent the Duke from using them in his fiendish experiments. But resolve isn’t enough to protect any of them, and Nya soon realizes that the only way to keep them all out of the Duke’s clutches is to flee Geveg. Unfortunately, the Duke’s best tracker has other ideas.
Nya finds herself trapped in the last place she ever wanted to be, forced to trust the last people she ever thought she could. More is at stake than just the people of Geveg, and the closer she gets to uncovering the Duke’s plan, the more she discovers how critical she is to his victory. To save Geveg, she just might have to save Baseer—if she doesn’t destroy it first.


Anonymous said...

Both sound really good! I can't wait to read your thoughts.

Alex Bennett from Electrifying Reviews said...

They both sound great!

Lillie (AliseOnLife) said...

Great books! The cover of Blue Fire is just awesome, isn't it?

Michelle Santiago said...

blue fire looks interesting. enjoy your books! mine is here.

brandileigh2003 said...

Great week! You have some sweet reading in your future :D Here is what I got.

Alyssa Kirk said...

Oh! The Blue Fire cover is awesome!! Have fun with Jacky Faber.
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