Y’all, this week’s In My Mailbox as hosted by the Story Siren is super chill compared to last week and I am thrilled about that. Although, I did get what seems to be a billion audiobooks, but hey, at least my ears won’t be bored or empty. Right-o.
On The Wings Of Heroes by Richard Peck read by Lincoln Hoppe Audiobook – I borrowed this book because I really like Lincoln Hoppe as a narrator, he narrated Okay For Now by Gary Schmidt, so i was curious about this book when I saw it in the Audible $5 sale. As it’s only 3 hours and 14 minutes long, I went the cheap way and borrowed it from the library (hey gotta get those circulation rates up).
Misty Of Chincoteague by Marguerite Henry read by Edward Herrmann Audiobook – Another book that was part of the Audible $5 sale, but is only 2 hours long. I’ve never ever read this and it seems like every girl has EXCEPT for me. Fail right?
Warped by Maurissa Guibord – So Jen told me this was a total ME book, so of course I put it on hold as soon as possible and am totally pumped about reading this book. Dude, there are unicorns.
Since I keep talking about that $5 Audible Sale, I should let you know that I actually DID buy some books from it, instead of raiding my library completely and totally.
American Uprising by David Rasmussen (Audible Sale) – This book is about the largest slave revolt to take place in America, and since I am a dork for history I had to buy it and the price was right.
The Statues That Walked by Carl Lip and Terry Hunt (Audible Sale) – Nonfiction about the Easter Island statues. Heck yes this is an immediate WANT and purchase.
Sunrise Over Fallujah by Walter Dean Myers (Audible Sale) – I’ve read a lot of Myers’s work, so I thought I would listen to this one as well.
The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Avi (Audible Sale) – BOOM at $5 and a book that is on my Fill In The Gaps list, I am so totally sold.
The View From Saturday by EL Konigsburg (Audible Sale) – Jenna Lamia is one of the narrators and it won an award. Of course I needed to get it.
Something Strange And Deadly by Susan Dennard (Amazon Vine) – Y’all ZOMBIES and debut author. OBVIOUSLY.
Dearly Beloved by Lia Habel (Netgalley) – Soooo, over last week I had my head buried in Dearly Departed and as soon as I finished, I knew I had to hop on Netgalley and request the sequel. I can’t wait to see what happens with Nora, Bram and Pam!