November 25, 2012

A Sunday Retrospective (9)

A Sunday Retrospective is inspired by In My Mailbox at The Story Siren and TGIF at GReads!, where I share the books that I've acquired during the week, last week's posts and interesting links.

It's been a while since I've been able to do this type of post on the blog, and I find that I actually missed it! It's always felt important to share the posts that have interested me, or made me think, so I'm glad to be doing it again.


Tokyo Heist by Diana Renn (from the library)

The Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan (bought)

Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols (won in a Twitter giveway)




  1. Lovely haul, Alexa! I still need to jump onto the Rick Riordian bandwagon. Oh and the Jennifer Echols bandwagon too, now that I think about it! Both their books have been recommended to me countless times. :)

    Oh and that post from Kelly was very interesting! Thanks for linking to it.

  2. Tokyo Heist is a really fun read although since art is such a big part of the story, I wish there had been some sketches included. Hope you love it!

  3. Oh, The Mark Of Athena is awesome! Like, it's great to see Jason and Percy finally interact with each other!

    Happy reading :-)

    And those links at the bottom were interesting! :-)

  4. I need to try some Jennifer Echols -- her books look so good!

    And holy links! Wow! I'll be checking some of those out for sure. :)

    Have a good week, Alexa!

  5. 1. Thank you for linking Estelle's post! So sweet of you! xo
    2. I hope you love Going Too Far (if you haven't already read it). So good! (As are all of Jennifer's books.)
    3. I've been eyeing Tokyo Heist too. I have read some mixed reviews, but my curiosity will get the best of me, I'm sure. :)
    4. Have a great week!

  6. Going Too Far - love, love, love that book! I hope you do too, Alexa :)

  7. I loved Going Too Far. Hope you do too.

  8. Thanks so much for linking to my post! I'm glad you found it interesting.

    I'm now off to check out several of your other recommendations! :D


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