Showcase Sunday/Sunday Post 23/02/14

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Last week on the blog:

I reviewed:






Received this week:

Netgalley




In the post


Thanks to:

Quercus 
Permuted Press
O'Brien Press
Transworld
Gill Hess Ltd

In other news:

I'm going to Paris for a few days next week so I'll be on hiatus for 5 or so days. Ill respond to any messages when I get back.

I'm looking forward to checking out some Parisian book shops :) 

Have a good week! 

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25 comments:

  1. The Black Snow looks so so good, but I decided not to request because I already have a really bad ratio... I hope you like them all!
    Happy reading!

    My haul

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  2. Oh Paris, that's so cool! Have a nice trip!

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  3. Enjoy Paris!!! Suffer the Children cover is so creepy!!! The Black Snow sounds good. I'll have to check the rest out!. Enjoy :) http://bookloverslife.blogspot.ie/2014/02/showcase-sunday-25.html

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    1. I've read his other book "Red Sky in Morning" and quite liked it so I had to go for this :)

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    2. It sounds awesome!! Just realised your an Irish blogger :) Im in Tipp!!

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    3. Yay it's so great to meet other Irish book bloggers! There aren't many of us out there!!

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  4. You absolutely NEED to go to the Shakespeare and Company whilst you're in Paris. It's my favourite book shop. Hemmingway used to work and live their. It's so lovely. :)

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  5. You had a great week! Have a wonderful Sunday!!

    Here is my post

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  6. Have a wonderful trip!

    Suffer the Children has one creepy cover. I'm going to have to go check that one out lol

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  7. Enjoy Paris! I agree with everyone that Suffer the Children looks very creepy. I hope you get to some Parisian bookstores and then tell us all about them. Have a great week.

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  8. Wow. It looks like you got six cool books this week and some great swag. I love the cover of Marooned in Manhattan. I hope you enjoy reading your new books and have a brilliant time in Paris.

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  9. Suffer the Children has a creepy book cover! I hope you have a great time in Paris! I've never been but would love to go. I'm not too much a fan of crowds though so......

    SP & STS
    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

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  10. I hope you enjoy yourself in Paris!! Make sure to post some pictures!

    I don't recognise any of the covers unfortunately. I will have to look them up.

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend! :)

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  11. Still Life with Bread Crumbs is on my TBR list and I'm waiting on a hold from the library. Wow...Paris! I went there for a week in 2000 and would love to go back. There's an historic bookstore there called Shakespeare and Company that unfortunately I didn't get to. Have a great time and thanks for visiting my blog.

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  12. Oh, Paris! Have funQQQQ

    Still Life with Bread Crumbs has an interesting title and I like the cover; I hope you enjoy it.

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  13. Paris! Jealous! Have fun! :)
    Got some interesting sounding books there.
    Happy reading!

    http://thisisthestoryofmyreadinglife.blogspot.ca/2014/02/showcase-sunday-24.html

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  14. I'm jealous of your trip to Paris! Can't wait to see pictures and what fantastic books you find.

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  15. Both The Black Snow and Suffer the Children would interest me, though I do agree with the others that the cover for Suffer the Children is not an easy one to stomach. Enjoy Paris, hope you have a fab time. Even though we live only 3 hours or so away on the High Speed Train, I've never made it there, believe it or not!

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  16. That Suffer the Children cover is so creepy! I am excited to read that review!
    New follower :)
    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

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  17. Good looking haul and I love it when I get books in the mail too! Happy Sunday :)

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  18. Enjoy the Paris trip, and the bookstores! Hopefully you'll share pics and bookstore notes with us! :)

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  19. Nice haul and swag!! Have fun in Paris takes lots of pictures and be sure and visit bookstores!

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  20. I loved Still Life with Bread Crumbs...and I'm eyeing Suffer the Children. Enjoy your new books...and here's MY WEEKLY SUNDAY/MONDAY UPDATES

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