Sunday 28 September 2014

Letterbox Love #60

Letterbox Love all of the lovely, lovely books I’ve gotten in the post, bought and everything else. Summaries are taken from the cover, or Amazon/NetGalley/Goodreads in the case of e-books, unless otherwise stated. Hosted by Narratively Speaking.

For review:

The Fall, Bethany Griffin (trade paperback)

Madeline Usher is doomed.

She has spent her life fighting fate, and she thought she was succeeding. Until she woke up in a coffin.

Ushers die young. Ushers are cursed. Ushers can never leave their house, a house that haunts and is haunted, a house that seems to have mind of its own.

Madeline’s only chance of escape lies in destroying the house. But to do that she risks destroying everything she loves.

A gripping psychological thriller, reimagining Edgar Allan Poe’s classics The Fall of the House of Usher, by the author of the Masque of the Red Death sequence.

I am so excited to delve into this as I loved the Red Death duology. And I didn’t think this was out until January (it’s actually October) so yay! Thanks Indigo!

My True Love Gave to Me, edited Stephanie Perkins

On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me... This beautiful collection features twelve gorgeously romantic stories set during the festive period, by some of the most talented and exciting YA authors writing today. The stories are filled with the magic of first love and the magic of the holidays.

This book is STUNNINGLY gorgeous. I should wait until closer to Christmas to read this, but I totally won’t. Thanks Macmillan!


Nothing! Except from the pre-orders and the Amazon order I placed on Friday, of course...



  1. How amazing does My True Love Gave to Me look? I would wait to read it but it's too hard to resist!

    Happy reading, Sophie!

  2. The Fall has a great cover indeed. I hope you love your new books.

    Grace @ Books of Love

  3. I've read the first few chapters of The Fall and can't wait to read the rest. My True Love is amazing and you will LOVE it!


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