January 26, 2015

Mailbox Monday #19

Mailbox Monday is a meme that can topple your TBR Pile with more books then you will add keep adding to it.

This past week as been going fine. It been cold and snowing and freezing but that winter. My Great Uncle pass away this last Thursday. I really have not had any kind of emotions either way. I will miss him but it not heart broken. He was would have been 90 in March of this year. I am using this weather to read as much as I can.

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The week of 1/18/15 - 1/25/15:

Bright Fire by M.J. Austin
Tour Stop: 3/11/15
Book Title: Bright Fire
Author: M.J Austin
Published: 1/18/14 (E-book)

Delfia thought she was a normal girl about to turn sixteen until her adoptive parents are murdered by creatures from the underworld. Her life gets thrown into chaos as she teams up with her best friend, a strange guy, and a prophetess. She soon discovers her biological father, Hades, ordered the attack on her and her family because a prophecy names her as the one to take him down. She must first complete a set of tasks to free Persephone, her mother, from the underworld and defeat Hades. Will she be reunited with her mother or will she get sucked into the underworld?
A Life of the Twentieth Century
Book Tour: 3/12/15
Book Title: A Life Of the Twentieth Century
Author: Irene Even
Publisher: Booklocker
Published: 9/1/14 (Paperback, 356 Pages) E-book

A Life of the Twentieth Century is a fictionalized biography depicting the life of Aya, which started in a small village in the Carpathian Mountains. From there, she went to Budapest where she survived the Nazi occupation. After the war, she went to Palestine and experienced life in a Kibutz. Later, she immigrated to Canada where she graduated with a B.A. and a teacher's diploma from McGill University. Ava spent the rest of her life teaching.

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  1. I'm sorry about your great uncle, but it's nice to have books to curl up with on these cold days.

  2. Sorry for your loss.

    A Life of the Twentieth Century looks good to me. I saw it on another blog too.

    ENJOY both of your books and your reading week.

    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday


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