Thursday, September 1, 2011

The perks of going to Australia: In My Mailbox special edition

Yes, I know I've already done an In My Mailbox this week, and I plan on doing one next Tuesday, but you do crazy things when you have nothing else to do.

Who would have thought that Australia would have such good deals on books! I went to a couple of the Angus & Roberts they have over there, which is sort of like Borders in that they're closing all their doors for good. What is happening to this world, that you have to drive fifty miles just to find a frickin' bookstore? Ahem, anyway, they were closing soon and so were some of the Borders over there. There were also a few stores where they simply mark down the prices a lot. To give you some insight, we bought a bag out there in order to be able to take home all the books. No, I don't have a problem. This is a sort of special edition In My Mailbox, with Australian-bought books instead of American ones. I'll mostly be saying how the cover is different or if this one I've really been looking forward to. This is a shout-out to you, my Aussie followers!!

~The Poison Diaries by Maryrose Wood: It doesn't have the best ratings but I just couldn't pass up a bargain! The graphics on the cover simply wraps around the side and to the back, unlike the US one.

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