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14 February 2006

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jess

I love the quarry songs at the beginning of each chapter. I felt like the plot was a little contrived, but other than that I quite liked it. Haven't read Goose Girl, but I'm guessing I should.

Leila

I saw where the plot was going pretty early on -- I was almost positive about who would be picked, etc. (though not for the reasons given), but that didn't really bother me. I enjoy her so much.

Goose Girl is wonderful, even though there's a horse in it. (I generally don't do horse books. Except The Blue Sword. That's different.)

POOOOOOOOOOOOP

YO YO YO YO ALL YOU SUKA M c`s AINT GOT NOTIN ON ME TO MY GRADES TO THE WEMON ON THE BATHROOM FLOO AND nEXT TIME YOULL KNOW IT WAS BECUASE SHEEL BE LIKE AWWWWWWWWWWW CEVIN GGGGGGGG

this book wa great although i hate the fact that britta was chosen to be princess other than miri

wtf is this? why i am i even typing for such a stupid website? this is crazy! i aint gonna talk on this stupid place any longer


holla!!!

i love the ending every thing is sso happy

luv this book

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