In My Mailbox was started by The Story Siren and inspired by Alea of Pop Culture Junkie. None of these books were or ever will be in my mailbox, but whatever.
I read two chapters on the way home on Monday, and finished the rest yesterday. The review will be up as soon as I post my reviews of DITNB and Speak (I still have to write my review for this one).
I also borrowed Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson from 21 last week. I'll post my review soon.
I'm hoping to get to the library soon (like today or tomorrow), so I'll either update this post with what I get (if I find anything) or I'll write a part two. The YA selection is very lacking, and finding anything worth reading that I haven't already checked out is practically impossible, so wish me luck! :)
EDIT (6/13): Okay, I didn't find anything at the library, but I did buy another book. Yay!
"Sixteen-year-old Katniss is smart, athletic, and fast. She can take down a rabbit with a bow and arrow, hitting it straight through the eye. Will these skills be enough to survive the Hunger Games?
Suzanne Collins, the author of the middle-grade fantasy series The Underland Chronicles begins anew, exploring a future landscape that will be familiar to devotees of science fiction's dystopic strain. In a nation called Panem, which occupies the landmass that is the present United States, a parasitical fascist Capitol dominates 12 conquered districts. There was a thirteenth district but it was obliterated during a rebellion. The totalitarian government keeps the subjected populations in line by threatened devastation, starvation, and brutality."