Sunday, April 8, 2012

IMM # 16

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme to share what we bought, checked out, swapped, or won. IMM is hosted by The Story Siren . I decided to add the synopsis of the books

Won/gifted

by J.K. Pendragon

Publication Date: April 4th 2012 by Less Than Three Press

Synopsis: Every third generation, on the eve of his eighteenth birthday, the eldest son is blessed with a fairy's gift. His entire life, Marcus has been told that he is that fortunate son, and he has waited with mixed feelings for the day to arrive. 
On the eve of his eighteenth birthday, he is indeed visited by a fairy. But that fairy is a stunning man, nothing like what Marcus expected, and the only thing more shocking is the gift he bestows. A quiet, ordinary young man, Marcus suddenly finds himself blessed with the gift of Seduction. 
It is a gift that will lead him down all new roads, into dangers and worlds he never predicted. It will lead him to a place he never thought to be, and to someone who is far more than meets the eye …

TNx Vio. you are an awesome lass



Review
by Laxmi Hariharan 

Publication Date: March 17th 2012

Synopsis: When Yudi, Tiina & Rai embark on a mission to save the universe, they come up against the ruthless Shaitan who is determined to stop them at any cost. But they soon realise they have a bigger enemy - themselves. So they must learn to trust each other and overcome their fears as they fight their way towards the ultimate showdown. 
Partially set in a dystopian Bombay of the future, The Destiny of Shaitan is a coming of age story, painted against the backdrop of a post-apocalyptic world. 
Yudi, Tiina and Rai are destined to come together, for they are the Chosen Ones. It falls to them to save the universe from the powerful Shaitan, who is terrifying, and utterly merciless. Driven by greed, and fear for his own survival, Shaitan bulldozes his way through the galaxy, destroying anything that gets in his path, including his lovers and his own children. The battle between the Chosen Ones and Shaitan is a classic, epic encounter. Hated and feared by all, Shaitan must win this fight to keep his power. The stakes are high, the combatants are determined, and no matter what the outcome their lives will be changed for all time.

Asian characters /WHOOT WHoot/ and i love that sword


A rather tiny IMM/ so happy to read these two


 So that's what I got this whole i was lazy posting my imm

What did You Get? 

13 comments:

  1. Sweet fantasy week....enjoy!

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  2. I wonder if it will ever be possible to visit your blog and not add more books to my wish list. You're killing me here, Roro :) I hope you enjoy these!

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  3. The Faery Gift sounds pretty interesting even though I'm pretty terrified of the fae. They are such scary monsters. :)

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  4. Awesome mailbox Sweety :) :) Enjoy your books this week :) And happy Easter :) ;)

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  5. I haven't heard of either one of these. They do sound interesting though. Enjoy!

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  6. New to me! I love the cover of the second book. The sword on fire looks really cool! LOL
    My IMM

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  7. I haven't heard of either, but The Fairy Gift looks fantastic! Happy reading and enjoy :).

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  8. Ohh, seems like great books ;) I hope you enjoy them :D
    Thank you for commenting on my mailbox. <3
    Love, Carina @ Carina's Books

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  9. Hi Rogier,

    Great haul this week!!:) Hope you love your reads!;)
    Happy Easter, and thank you for visiting my IMM this week. Happy reading & take care!:)

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  10. Wait.. Asian characters? NEED! I know it's stupid because I usually don't use the protagonists as placeholders, but being half-Asian it's nice to have some asian characters once in a while. *g*

    Enjoy and Happy Easter!

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  11. haha...Asian characters, yeah!!

    Can't wait to read your reviews! Enjoy!! :D

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