Sunday, July 5, 2009

In My Mailbox (14)

In My Mailbox (14)

In My Mailbox was created by The Story Siren.
Well this week seeing as it was my birthday I got a couple of books as presents. I also got an audio book out from the library.
I got:
From the library:
Hunted by P.C Cast and Kristin Cast
What if the hottest guy in the world was hiding a nameless evil, and all he wanted was you? At the start of this heart-pounding new installment of the bestselling House of Night series, Zoey’s friends have her back again and Stevie Rae and the red fledglings aren’t Neferet’s secrets any longer. But an unexpected danger has emerged. Neferet guards her powerful new consort, Kalona, and no one at the House of Night seems to understand the threat he poses. Kalona looks gorgeous, and he has the House of Night under his spell. A past life holds the key to breaking his rapidly spreading influence, but what if this past life shows Zoey secrets she doesn’t want to hear and truths she can’t face?
From my sister:


Twist Cottage by Anthony Horowitz

All the previous owners of Twist Cottage have died in mysterious circumstances. Surely a coincidence, Ben thinks. But is it? Harriet is having a horrible dream, but any minute now she's sure she'll wake up and it will all be OK ... won't it? Two spooky stories from the master of scary story-telling.


Burnt by Anthony Horowitz

Uncle Nigel is determined to get a sun tan. But Tim is sure there's something sinister going on, as his uncle's skin starts to frazzle and his brain begins to fry.
When Bart buys a magical monkey's ear in a market in Marakesh, he discovers that making wishes is a dangerous game.
Two creepy stories from the master of scary story-telling.


Killer Camera by Anthony Horowitz

Jamie is pleased with the camera he finds at a car boot sale, until he starts to realise that everything he photographs breaks ... or dies.
Henry soon finds that his new computer has a life of its own, and it's not afraid to gamble – with people's lives!
Two spine-chilling stories from the master of scary story-telling.


The Night Bus by Anthony Horowitz

It's Halloween, but the living dead on the night bus home aren't trick or treaters!
When his dad picks up a hitchhiker, Jacob finds himself in a life or death situatution. Someone is harbouring a deadly secret.
And who is the man with the yellow face in Peter's passport photo — because it isn't him ... is it?
Three terrifying tales from the master of scary story-telling.


Scared by Anthony Horowitz

Gary hates the countryside. It's boring. But something has got it in for Gary. Perhaps the countryside hates him too?
Kevin loves computer games, but this latest one breaks all the rules, and it's ruthless...
Howard's had a fatal accident but will he end up in heaven ... or hell?
Three sinister stories from the master of scary story-telling.

11 comments:

  1. On a Horowitz kick? I still need to read those books.

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  2. Oooo! Hunted! I hear the next one is already coming out this Fall! Enjoy!

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  3. Are you a Horowitz Fan? Are those books part of a series?

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  4. Hunted was good!

    Can't wait for the next book in the series!

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  5. great book week! i don't think i've read any of them, but they sound great! happy reading!

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  6. Awesome stuff, Anthony Horowitz is indeed a great author. As for Hunted that is so great you got it, I hope its really good.

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  7. i liked the horowitz Alex Rider series. haven't tried these though. look forward to your reviews.

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  8. HUNTED!!! i read some of it. I have to finish it. i can't until Blood Promise comes out.YAY.
    all ur books seems interesting.

    Happy reading!

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  9. Ooooh, I really want to read Hunted!
    I love the House of Night series!

    :]

    -Kaitlyn

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  10. The Horowitz books sound really interesting -- I'll have to remember to check them out sometime.

    Happy reading!

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  11. I have Hunted out from the library right now also! I have never heard of Anthony Horowitz, but those books sound really good!

    Enjoy your reading.

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