In My Mailbox (11/25)

Posted November 25, 2012 by Emz Chang in Uncategorized / 14 Comments


It’s not that surprising that I only got two books this week, it being Thanksgiving week and all…
But the two books that I did get are really good ones. Plus I still have to finish reading books from last week…

Clarity by Kim Harrington

Kim Harrington

&

Reached by Ally Condie

Ally Condie

That’s it for this week. Feel free to leave the URL to your IMM’s in the comments, I need new books to read…


Emz Chang

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14 responses to “In My Mailbox (11/25)

    • Emz

      It might take awhile for the review. I’m debating whether reading it and finding out who Cassia ends up with is a good idea – oh, how I hate love triangles…
      …Anyways, thanks for stopping by! 🙂

    • Emz

      I haven’t started Reached yet (too nervous to see who will Cassia choose), but it looks promising.
      …Anyways thanks a bunch for stopping by and following! 🙂

    • Emz

      Don’t be jealous. I got them from the library… Let’s just say the people who go to my library aren’t that careful around books. I started reading Clarity and there was stains all over it…
      …Anyways thank you so much for stopping by and following! 🙂

    • Emz

      I have to agree with you about the REACHED cover. It’s really good and goes along with the others perfectly. Hmm, I’ll have to Google A CLOCKWORK ORANGE. I’ve heard of THE CLOCKWORK PRINCE, but the orange is new…
      … Anyways thanks for stopping by and commenting! 🙂

    • Emz

      Just started CLARITY,so far so good… I’m kind of sad to read REACHED too! Because it is the end of the trilogy and because Cassia has a big decision to make…
      …Anyways thanks for stopping by and commenting! 🙂

    • Emz

      I didn’t get the chance to read PERCEPTION yet, but I’m just curious, what about it made you like it more? Usually when it comes to sequels, I like the first book better…
      …Anyways thanks for commenting! 🙂