Mailbox Monday was created by Marcia who now blogs at Mailbox Monday. It is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week. Lori at Lori's Reading Corner is hosting for the month of January. You can also view the touring blog list here for the upcoming months.
This is what I got in my mailbox this past week.
It's 1777 when Captain Jack Absolute becomes a sensation throughout London. This news comes as a shock to the real Jack Absolute when he arrives in England after four months at sea. But there's little time for outrage before he finds himself dueling for his life. Right when he thinks he's finally won, he is forced to flee London by the quickest means possible, becoming a spy in the American Revolution. From the streets of London, to the pivotal battle of Saratoga, to a hunt for a double agent in Philadelphia, this novel marks the exhilarating beginning of an epic historical series and a character you won't soon forget.
Sneak by Evan Angler (through Netgalley)
But when he discovers that his sister is being held in a mysterious hidden prison named Acheron, Logan risks everything to travel through and underground network of the Markless to rescue her.
Logan arrives only to find that Acheron holds more secrets than anyone could have guessed and that all his careful planning is worthless against a government that will do anything to gain absolute control. It seems there is only one place to turn. But can a banned book with whisper-this pages and warnings about the real meaning of the Mark really hold the Answer?
Summerset Abbey by T.J. Brown (Through Netgalley)
Read and reviewed:
Sixty Acres and a Bride by Regina Jennings
The Doctor's Lady by Jody Hedlund
Jane and the Unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor by Stephanie Barron (reviewed by Sandra)
Infinity Ring: A Mutiny in Time by James Dashner (middle-grade time-travel)
Through the Ever Night by Veronica Rossi
The Memory Clinic: Stories of Hope and Healing for Alzheimer's Patients and Their Families by Dr. Tiffany Chow
Real Mermaids Don't Hold Their Breath by Hélene Boudreau (with my daughter)
Hope you all have a great reading week!
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