Saturday, March 21, 2009

This Week In Books Or Oops I Tripped and Fell On the Purchase Button!




Monday:

TMI by Sarah Quigley

So excited to read and review, thank you! You know who you are!

Tuesday:

Genesis by Bernard Beckett
Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side by Beth Fantaskey
The Entomological Tales of Augustus T. Percival by Dene Low
My Big Nose and other Natural Disasters by Sydney Salter

These came for review!

Wednesday:

Adios to My Old Life by Caridad Ferrer
The Specialists: Model Spy by Shannon Greenland
The Principles of Love by Emily Franklin
The Alison Rules by Catherine Clark
You Had Me At Halo by Amanda Ashby
The Vampire Diaries: The Awakening and the Struggle by L.J. Smith
Rebel Angels by Libba Bray
Girl at Sea by Maureen Johnson
Fashionably Late by Nadine Dajani
Midori by Moonlight by Wendy Nelson Tokunaga
Click by Various
Art Geeks and Prom Queens by Alyson Noel
Saving Zoe by Alyson Noel
Love is a Many Trousered Thing by Louise Rennison
Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers by Louise Rennison
Go Figure by Jo Edwards
Graffiti Girl by Kelly Parra
Tantalize by Cynthia Leitch Smith

This was my order from Bookcloseouts.com I stewed about this for a few weeks and just said screw it and ordered them all! Carol helped me with my list hehe. And at least two of these I bought after reading S. Krishna's reviews, that girl has good taste!

Thursday:

Once A Princess by Johanna Lindsey
Better Latte Than Never by Catherine Clark
Five Things I Can't Live Without by Holly Shumas
Odd Mom Out by Jane Porter

Library sale! Someone suggested Once A Princess, now I can't remember who :(

Fade by Lisa McMann


This was from bookmooch, I'm giving it to Yan for her ARC and more importantly paperback copy of the same book!

Friday:

Being Nikki by Meg Cabot
Sea Change by Aimee Friedman
Marcelo in the Real World by Francisco X. Stork
Thirteenth Child by Patricia C. Wrede
Destroy All Cars by Blake Nelson
Same Difference by Siobhan Vivian
A Map of the Known World by Lisa Ann Sandell
It's Not You, It's Me by Kerry Cohen Hoffmann
Tempo Change by Barbara Hall
Fairy Tale by Cyn Balog

Whoa! Just whoa! About half of these were unexpected so I was grinning like an idiot when I saw them! I found these books, in 3 packages by the front door when I came home from the gym, I'm going to take it as a sign that it was a good idea to go to the gym!

Saturday:

Twilight

Wait.... how did that get there? It's not a book! LOL!

Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan
Fade by Lisa McMann
Evermore by Alyson Noel

I made Yan a deal, my hardcovers for her paperbacks (ARCs) and they showed up today, plus Evermore as a trade!

47 comments:

  1. Whoa!! I think this is the best week ever since I've been reading. You have some great ones there and some new to me (and I know I'll be adding to my wish list).

    And that S. Krishna should be getting some kind of kick back for making us all acquire books.

    It'll take me the entire week to check out all of these titles!!

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  2. Oh my! What an awesome week!

    You're going to love Art Geeks and Prom Queens. It is so cute. One of my faves!

    Jealous of A Map of the Known World and It's Not You, It's Me. Both sound great!

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  3. You are going to love Go Figure and the Hoffman book!!!

    I love your lists and I need to move closer to your house - since apparently all the good book sales are in your area :)

    I love getting "mysterious" packages myself - and I was lucky enough to get one this week.

    Enjoy!!!

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  4. Wow! Great week. There are a bunch of books there that I'm so jealous that you have! Girl at sea, Fade, and Rebel angels are Very good.

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  5. Wow, that is some list of books.

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  6. Ah! Alea!
    Some of those books look totally amazing.
    I think I need to start checking out the library sale...is it at the central minneapolis library?

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  7. Awesome week! So many I want to read and several I have read and that I hope you enjoy! I can't believe you had to do 3 pictures! hahaha

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  8. Oh my! What a haul! Nice work! I can't wait to hear what you think of Same Difference by Sibohan Vivian. I LOVED it.

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  9. Jeepers, Alea! What a pile o' books you have there. I need to stop reading these posts because I just keep adding to my wish list and have been buying faster than I have been reading. ha!

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  10. i would love to see your review on
    Dene Low's "The Entomological Tales of Augustus T. Percival"

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  11. omg alea. you definitely don't have a problem. noooo of courseeee not. LOL nah, just kidding. that's amazing. I love it!

    -lauren

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  12. Holy cow, that was some trip ;)

    Pssssst, Alea, I think your books are procreating in your mailbox! That, or they're mating while on delivery...

    Hmmm...too tired to re-read and see if that actually makes any sense :)

    Enjoy your books! I will enjoy gazing at them on my screen :)

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  13. Wow...what a week! I can't look too closely though or I'll be adding too many titles to my wishlist!!

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  14. If you don't want some of those books you could send them to me. :P Have fun reading!
    -Senfaye

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  15. What a week! S. Krishna's reviews have cost me money in the past, too. Happy Reading!

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  16. I want to come live with you! About half of these are on my list already. I really ought to sign up for bookmooch and paperbackswap...

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  17. Wow. That's a lot of books!

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  18. HOLY CRAPPLES!! That is a LOT of books, lol.

    So jealous of Sea Change, Dating on the Dark Side, Same Difference, Map of the Known World, and Fairy Tale. And I contemplated buying My Big Nose yesterday but decided against it. I was already spending enough money as it was on that trip (see my vlog tomorrow for more details!).

    I may be emailing you at some point to see about borrowing, lol.

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  19. OMG! I was like, when is this post ever going to end?! Love the display, as usual :)

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  20. WOW, that's one awesome week!

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  21. Looks like you fell on that button and had a hard time getting up (=

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  22. Ooh you had a good week! I want to read Thirteenth Child and Sea Change. They both look really interesting!

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  23. Holy crap! And I thought my pile of books was getting overwhelming. I went nuts on bookcloseouts.com, but I haven't hit the purchase button just yet.

    --Amber

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  24. I am so jealous right now!!! AGH!!!

    and i thought my pile was good. :(

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  25. Gosh I hope you love Jessica's Guide, I adored it.

    Great "little" pile you have there. Like the look of many of them, want to get my grubby mitts on Map of the Known World.

    We need to set up a cross-Pacific read-a-thon asap.

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  26. best subtitle ever and I am seriously going to hide out next to your mailbox because it is where all the cool books are!

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  27. Oh my, Oh my!! that is an impressive haul. I am just about finger speechless. LOL. So many great choices and I am going to have to check out bookcloseouts.com
    Yup..there is no way to avoid it :)

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  28. That's an insane stash :D
    happy reading!

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  29. WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  30. That's like a mountain of books!!! I'm wondering how long you need to read them all. O_O

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  31. uh wow wow almost as bad as me!

    I'm meeting Lisa Ann today...yay!

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  32. OMG WOW...when you were talking all week what you got it was wow but seeing it all in one post all i can say is You had a amazing book week. I am so jealous LOL. You got some really good books last week. I wish we had good books in our library sale.

    Happy Reading Alea Lookign forward to all your reviews.

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  33. OH MY Goodness! Where do you get all your money from??!
    My mom would kill me if I bought that many books.
    Read rebel angels first, it's one of my faves. you'll love it.

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  34. Hahaha, you totally did NOT trip. The evil money-spender in the back of your mind compelled you to do it. Isn't BookCloseouts so addicting? xD

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  35. This is needless to say, but you had a fantastic week! I can't wait to read your reviews on these novels.

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  36. You meant to name this post "This Week In Books Or Why Claire Hates Me". LOL. Lucky you! Evermore....I'm buying it today! And Midori By Moonlight looks good...can't wait for the review!

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  37. Your title had me laughing before I even looked at the post. You're not wrong there, that's a lot of books! Hope you like them all.

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  38. Oh my god, that is simply something to be gaping at. I think my jaw became totally unhinged.

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  39. So many books, it makes my head spin. I'd really like to know how you're going to read all these. How long will that take? :-)

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  40. 0_0

    whoa. Alea, i think you really have a problem! ha! nice to know i'm in such good company!

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  41. That's a lot of books. Sounds like heaven to me!

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  42. Your posts always make me feel better about my own out-of-control acquisitions! ;) Bookcloseouts is a dangerous, dangerous place, isn't it?

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  43. OMG wow. That's a lot of books. There are so many books there that I want, especially Being Nikki, It's Not You, It's Me and so much more.

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  44. WOW - what a great list! And I'm glad you picked some up on my recommendation, I saw a few in those piles that I liked!

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  45. Holy cow, you did trip and fall on the purchase button...several times! Several times indeed. Wow...happy reading.

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  46. Let's just blame it all on Bookcloseouts lol!

    Thanks for the comments as always, always makes me smile!

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  47. A bunny left something 4 ya @

    http://thebookresort.blogspot.com/2009/04/have-fun-splashing.html

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