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Weekly Roundup (IMM 98) — The Madman’s Daughter, Coraline and Shadows in the Silence

Posted by on September 16, 2012

I’ll still be doing In My Mailbox, BUT I’ll also have a weekly roundup post along with it. So. Check out the books I got in the mail this week, and see what happened at IceyBooks this week too!

Flash Point by Nancy Kress (Unsolicited)
Sirens by Janet Fox (Unsolicited)
Mira’s Diary: Lost in Paris by Marissa Moss (Accepted Review Pitch)

Always October by Bruce Coville (Unsolicited)
Monsters on the March by Derek the Ghost (Unsolicited)
Invisible Inkling: Dangerous Pumpkins by Emily Jenkins (Unsolicited)
Gravediggers: Mountain of Bones by Christopher Krovatin (Unsolicited)
The Whispering House by Rebecca Wade (Unsolicited)
Coraline by Neil Gaiman (Unsolicited)
Asunder by Jodi Meadows (Unsolicited)
Nobody But Us by Kristin Halbrook (Unsolicited)
The Madman’s Daughter by Megan Shepherd (Unsolicited)
Ravage by Jeff Sampson (Unsolicited)
Shadows in the Silence by Courtney Allison Moulton (Unsolicited)

Thanks to HarperCollins, HarperTeen, Penguin, and Sourcebooks!
So… what’s new on your shelves this week?

And for the roundup! Here’s what happened last week:

Monday:
Review of THE TREACHERY OF BEAUTIFUL THINGS by Ruth Frances Long

Tuesday:
Hitting Shelves Today – September 11th
Review of ORIGIN by Jessica Khoury

Wednesday:
Waiting on Wednesday – ORLEANS by Sherri L. Smith

Thursday:
What’s Next? – Most Votes: ALICE IN ZOMBIELAND

Friday:
Blog Tour: MIRA’S DIARY: LOST IN PARIS Guest Post and Giveaway!

Saturday:
Review of VESSEL by Sarah Beth Durst


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22 comments

  1. I can't believe that Halloween books are coming out! Well, actually, I can, but I am not ready for it yet. I love the fall, but all I can think about is the approaching winter. I live in a place that gets over a hundred inches of snow every year (well, last year we didn't but that was a total fluke), so I always have a hard time enjoying fall.

    But hopefully those Halloween books are fun. I will definitely have to look into the Bruce Coville one.

    Happy reading :)

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