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29 March 2010


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I agree with you one hundred percent on the fit-for-movie-voice-ness, but like you, I just enjoyed the story. I've actually re-read it, too. I think it's going to be a comfort book, like Robin McKinley's The Blue Sword. Fun review!

Miss Julie

I got to this line: "Like an action hero version of Logan Echolls", and I knew I wanted--nay, HAD--to read this book.

Thank you for bringing it to my attention. :)


Oh Logan, why are you a Scientologist? Talk about breakin' my confused heart.


thedotdotdot: Right? Every time I think about it, it hurts me in my soul. IN MY SOUL.


I really liked Academy 7, as well. Hope Ms. Osterlund would do a sequel for it =)

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