In My Mailbox…

So…I got this In My Mailbox this week:

It’s my SIGNED copy of The Fault in Our Stars by John Green that I pre-ordered.

I also got this for my birthday, that I’ve been waiting on:

I’d kinda left Stephen King behind because I felt like most of the stories were feeling the same, but this one looks new and original, and I’m excited to read him again.

Still expecting the final two Flowers in the Attic books to come in the mail any day, but alas…

I’ve got to go back to Shatter Me which might actually be decent, if I could get over the fact I feel forced to read it. And it’s kinda boring so far… How many days left in this here challenge??? I’m still stuck on chapter six…



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7 Responses to In My Mailbox…

  1. Seems like everyone got The Fault in Our Stars by John Green this week. Really good haul.

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  2. Vicky says:

    Aw, is it that bad? It’s been on my wishlist for a while and I’m really excited about it though. AND the new John Green book as well, I need to get a copy asap! 🙂 Nice haul.

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  3. kelley says:

    I think you have till the 30th. And if that date passes and you haven’t read it…well, I’ll think of a John and Hank Green-esque punishment for you.

    And you should’ve been sucked into Shatter Me by now, so I think maybe you’re doing it wrong.

  4. Giselle says:

    Wow can you believe I haven’t even read a Stephen King book!? I must change that!! His movies can be strange though.

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    • kelley says:

      my recommendation is Eyes of the Dragon, it’s my absolute favorite of his. Of course, I stay away from all the scary ones though.

  5. shelleybean1 says:

    Nope, Shatter Me is not even bad…and I’ve heard good things about it. Just haven’t been able to get into it yet, I think…I hope.

  6. shelleybean1 says:

    I do like the Eyes of the Dragon and more recently, Under the Dome. My all-time favorites of his have to be The Dark Half and Misery, though. Creepy, but in a good way.

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