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04 October 2010

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Christina

I have both Into the Wild and Out of the Wild on my shelf. I must get a move on if I want to read this one.

Leila

They aren't part of the same series, so you can even read this one first if you want to!

Phil

I'm disturbed: where are the cover girl's legs? Is she sunk in stone?

Leila

I think it looks like there's a hollow that she's standing in. But I did a triple take when I first looked at it, so you aren't alone!

Hernani

Princeton student here who just stumbled across your review while looking for more information about this book - and I'm sorry to say that I'm almost positive we don't have that gargoyle. If we do, it's a VERY scaled down version of the one on the cover, but I'm pretty sure it's made up. Sorry to disappoint. Check out http://www.universitypressclub.com/archive/2010/10/the-next-rule-of-four/ to see an actually campus gargoyle that inspired the story.

Thanks for the good review. I was deeply skeptical when I first heard the book's premise, but I might have to check it out.

Air Jordan 11

EO EO EO EO.....I WANT IT THAT WAY.....

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