Mailbox Monday 28/9/15

September (even though it’s nearly over) means great new releases Down Under and I think this year has been one of the best yet! I really can’t stop buying all these great books – hopefully I’ll have some time to read them!

Mai Tai’d Up by Alice Clayton, part of the Cocktail series, was on sale and I couldn’t resist. It looks like a fun story about Chloe and Lucas, drawn together by pit bulls. Neither want a relationship, but a Mai Tai or three might lead to some fun…

I’ve had my eye of Anita Diamant’s The Boston Girl for some time. It’s about Addie and her adventures also in the early half of last century.

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr won this year’s Pulitzer Prize with the story of a blind girl, Marie-Laure. As the Nazis invade Paris, she becomes closer to Werner, a German orphan. The story tells how people try to be good towards each other, even as the odds are stacked against them…

What did you receive or purchase this week? Do drop by the Mailbox Monday blog for links to everyone’s mailbox goodies. Overseen by Vicki (I’d Rather Be at the Beach), Leslie (Under My Apple Tree) and Serena (Savvy Verse & Wit), I’m sure you’ll find many books for the wish list!

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  1. All the Light was one of my favourite books last year. Savour it.

    I have Boston Girl in my TBR stack – have heard good things.

    No new books came my way this week – I’m really trying to put the handbrake on my TBR stack and am considering 2016 to be the year of NOT adding to the stack!

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