Sunday, March 11, 2012

In My Mailbox, 11/3

Hi guys, time for another mailbox post! I only got one book this week, so I didn't think it was worth doing a video.

This week I got The Double-Edged Sword, by Sarah Silverwood:

Thanks Indigo/Orion!

Here's the description from the back:
Finmere Tingewick Smith has lived a double life for sixteen years - sixteen years today - spending alternate years at two very different schools and lying to everyone to keep his separate lives separate.
Today he's going to get some answers.
Or so he thinks.

I'm planning to read this one during the week, it looks like a fast read. And, Sarah Silverwood is British, so it'll count towards the British Books Challenge!

Also, today is my 21st birthday! Yay! :D I'm anticipating getting one or two books from friends - I'll be able to talk about them next week ;-) And to celebrate, I'm giving away some books - go HERE to enter (it's open internationally).

What did you get in your postboxes this week?


(In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren.)


  1. Great IMM! I hope you enjoy Double Edged Sword! I've seen it around and I'm intrigued!

    And Happy (belated?) Birthday! :)

  2. Happy birthday!!

    I find I keep adding books to my TBR pile especially for the British Books challenge! :0

  3. I read this book a while back and found it quite good! I hope you enjoy it just as much... and happy birthday! :D

  4. Ohh, sounds interesting! Enjoy and happy birthday!

  5. such a pretty cover! makes you want to start it right away! ;)

  6. Wow!Congratulations late, much peace and happiness to you! Curiously my birthday was Tuesday *-*
    The book blurb sounded good to me and the cover is pretty cool :-)

  7. Thanks for the comments, guys!

    Joanne - Thanks!

    Mel - Thanks! I had a little while in January/February when I thought it would be hard to find British books that I'd enjoy, but I'm glad I've started stumbling on some now.

    Rachel - I'm glad to hear you liked it, I'm hopefully going to start reading it soon.

    Gaby - Thanks! Hopefully I'll start reading this one soon.

    Kah - Yep, I like it :)



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