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Sunday, 13 September 2009

In My Mailbox (#3)

In My Mailbox is a meme hosted by Kristi, The Story Siren and inspired by Alea, Pop Culture Junkie.

So this week I didn't buy any books but I did borrow three books from the library. All of them have been out quite a while.

From left to right:

Possessing Rayne by Kate Cann
I've already started reading this.
Rayne couldn't wait to get away from everything: her mum, her boyfriend, the estate. But the solitude of Morton's Keep isn't all she thought it would be. It's eerie and more than a little creepy. When she meets St John, Rayne forgets her worries; he's like no one she's ever met. So why is everyone warning her away from him? She knows there's something people aren't telling her. But how can she find out the secrets everyone wants to keep hidden ... and more importantly, know who to trust?



Tough Love by Anne Cassidy
What would you do if someone you loved committed a crime? Tony is everything Gina wants from a boy - he's charming, sensitive and attentive. It's nice to be bought presents and fussed over, even if Tony's 'business deals' aren't all strictly legit. After all, it's not as if he's into anything really serious... But then one night Tony comes home drunk, with blood on his clothes, and Gina can't kid herself any more...



The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
I must be behind the times because it seems like this book has got everyone talking and they're already reading the next one!

5 comments:

ReggieWrites said...

Awesome books! And I know what you mean about The Hunger Games! I've never read either book! LOL! I have some SERIOUS catching up to do! Happy reading :-)

Lauren said...

Honestly, The Hunger Games is a must-read. You're actually lucky to just be reading it now, because you won't have to endure a torturous year waiting for Catching Fire like I did!

Ravenous Reader said...

Ohh The Hunger Games is A W E S O M E! and yes a must read as stated above me. Catching Fire was the best follow up novel and did not disappoint in the least.

Enjoy your reads :)

Katie said...

"The Hunger Games" is so wonderful. I love it so.

Happy reading!

So Many Books, So Little Time said...

The Hunger Games is so amazing! Enjoy!