In My Mailbox is a weekly post hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren where bloggers can discuss the books we got in the mail this week.
I only got 1 book this week, but I need to keep it that way for a while until I catch up.
Midnight City (Conquered Earth, # 1)
By: J Barton Mithcell
Expected Publication: October 30th 2012 by St. Martin's Griffin
Source: Publisher via NetGalley (THANK YOU!!)
Goodreads description--In a post-apocalyptic world controlled by alien invaders, two teens and a young girl with mysterious powers embark on a dangerous journey. What they find will change everything...
Earth has been conquered. An extraterrestrial race known as The Assembly has abducted the adult population, leaving the planet’s youth to fend for themselves. In this treacherous landscape, Holt, a bounty hunter, is transporting his prisoner Mira when they discover Zoey, a young girl with powerful abilities who could be the key to stopping The Assembly. As they make their way to the cavernous metropolis of Midnight City, the trio must contend with freedom fighters, mutants, otherworldly artifacts, pirates, feuding alien armies, and perhaps most perilous of all: Holt and Mira’s growing attraction to each other.
Midnight City is the breathtaking first novel in the Conquered Earth series, and a stunning work of imagination from debut author J. Barton Mitchell.
The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ The Caffeinated Book Reviewer ~this meme was inspired in part by ~ In My Mailbox~ It's a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.
Because I already participate in the In My Mailbox meme (above), I'm just going to use this one as way to recap my week.
THIS PAST WEEK:
Monday: Review of Point of Retreat by Colleen Hoover (4.9 Stars)
Tuesday: Top 10 Books to Get You in the Halloween Spirit in Top 10 Tuesday
Wednesday: Waiting on Gameboard of the Gods (the first in a new series by Richelle Mead) in Waiting on Wednesay
Thursday: Review of Hollowmen (The Hollows, # 2) by Amanda Hocking (3 Stars)
Saturday: 100 GFC Follower Giveaway (Prize is a $10 giftcard to Amazon or B&N, winner's choice); and a Review of Deadlocked by AR Wise (3 Stars, but only because of how short it was).
UPCOMING THIS WEEK:
Monday: Review of The Raven Boys (Raven Cycle, # 1) by Maggie Stiefvater
Tuesday: Top 10 Kick Butt Favorite Heroines
Wednesday: Waiting on Wednesday (hopefully)
Thursday: Author Interview and Giveaway for Starflower (Tales of Goldstone Wood, # 4) with Anne Elisabeth Stengl
Friday: Review of Crave (The Clann, # 1) by Melissa Darnell
That's it for my mailbox and recaps of my past and upcoming week. What did you get in your mailbox this week? Any bookish news you want to talk about? Let me know!
I am almost finished with Midnight City... It is great so far. Can't wait to see what you think of Crave.. Happy reading...ReplyDelete
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Jenea @ Books Live Forever
Almost every IMM/StS I've seen this week has featured this book so I think adding this to my TBR pile was a pretty logical thing to do. Hope you enjoy :) and happy reading!ReplyDelete
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Siiri @ Little Pieces of Imagination
Midnight City looks good, very intriguing cover as well. Everyone is always so good with regularly posting review and I am just here, seriously slacking XDReplyDelete
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Juli @ Universe in Words
The cover for Midnight City is gorgeous - and it sounds really interesting too. Hope you enjoy it.ReplyDelete
I wanted to keep my books at one/two per week so it's more manageable on my reading schedule but those itchy fingers of mine just can't help reaching for more books! xD Heard that Midnight City is good, hope you'll enjoy reading it!ReplyDelete
Midnight City sounds awesome!
My IMM: http://nightmareonbookstreet.blogspot.com/2012/10/in-my-mailbox-epic-haul-edition.html
The Raven Boys is at the top of my reading pile giving me the 'come over here' look. (Sighs) Not sure how I missed Midnight City but it sounds amazing. Have a great Sunday.ReplyDelete
Midnight city is on my list of books to read. Well it's more like a mountain actually. I haven't been blogging long and this week was probably my best week haha! I don't get many books yet! Oh, and I'm a new follower.ReplyDelete
My IMM: http://sparetimebookblog.blogspot.com/2012/10/in-my-mailbox-2.html
Congrats on 'Midnight city' it sounds like a great book. I just wanted to complain how they did still did not accept my request on NetGalley, but then I went there to check and I actually forgot to request it. :DReplyDelete
Dragana @ Bookworm Dreams
Midnight City looks sweet. You had an amazing week and look forward to the week ahead. Thanks for sharing your news on The Sunday PostReplyDelete
these post apocalyptic books are becoming more and more popular, hope Midnight City is a good one :) I really need to put a ban on my book buying....and catch up on reviews... Looks like you had a great week, happy reading Book Savvy BabeReplyDelete
I've had quite a slow week last week (and the week before that) - but it's a great opportunity to catch up with our TBR pile and get some reading done. :)ReplyDelete
Here's my haul for this week
Oh thanks for the heads up on the new Rochelle Mad series!ReplyDelete
congrats on a hundred followers all entered! Have a wonderful week!
I heard great things about Midnight City. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
Stacking the Shelves
Lisa @ Shatterbooks
You Need to Read Some Meg Cabot! And Midnight City has a beautiful cover.ReplyDelete
I contemplated getting Midnight City but wasn't really sure. You had a great week! :)ReplyDelete
I got that one too this week. Yay for the giveaway too!ReplyDelete
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Holly @ Words Fueled by Love
I've wanted to read Midnight City and LOVE LOVE Slammed and Point of Retreat. Thanks for checking out my list. New follower.ReplyDelete
OOh I hadn't heard of Midnight City - LOVE the cover!ReplyDelete
Feel free to check it out if you'd like - also stop by and check out the open giveaways going on right now :)
Wow...Midnight City looks great! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
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♥ Melissa @ Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf
Oh I really need to get this one, Midnight City sounds awesome. I really like the cover too. Thanks for stopping by my mailbox this week. :)ReplyDelete
I still need to read Crave, I finally own an physical copy so hopefully I'll get to it soon. I'm curious about your thoughts on it. Midnight City looks really good.ReplyDelete
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This book sounds great! I need to add to my TBR list as wellReplyDelete
Thank you for stopping by my IMM and happy reading! =D
I couldn't get into Midnight City, but I heard great things about it from others.ReplyDelete
Happy reading and have a great week!
Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog
Midnight City sounds pretty interesting. Really like the cover. I hope you enjoy it!ReplyDelete
This book sounds so good! I think it's awesome that it has alien invaders in it. :D Hope you enjoy, and thanks for stopping by my blog!ReplyDelete
That book has a lot of hokey beings in it; sounds intense! It will be interesting to find out what you think of it! Have a great week.ReplyDelete
I love the cover of this book! So pretty, and the story sounds interesting too ;)ReplyDelete
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Midnight City is new to me - looks promising! Hope you're having a great week. :)ReplyDelete
Midnight City sounds very interesting. Hope you enjoy it =DReplyDelete
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-Becky @ Book Bite Reviews