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WritingRiley
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Did anyone read 'The Invention of Hugo Cabret'?

Hey everyone! Has anyone read The Invention of Hugo Cabret? I thought it was amazing and mysterious. It looks hard to read, but I read it in 1 and 1/2 days! Half of it is pictures. I couldn't believe what happens! I highly reccomend it. In fact, I may read it again for fun!
So...has anyone read this book? And what are your thoughts about this book? Feel free to disagree with me! (Wow, that rymes, I feel like such a dork!)
 
 
-Riley
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bookluvr101
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Re: Did anyone read 'The Invention of Hugo Cabret'?

The Invention of Hugo Cabret wuz a really good book i did read it again i thought it wood take me forever to read but like u said half or more of it is pics!!!! i wood most likely read it again :smileyhappy:
Edward Cullen: Sexier than you since 1901Jasper Hale: Smoother than you since 1843Bella Swan: Luckier than you will ever be. Rosalie Hale: Prettier than you since 1915Alice Cullen: Quirkier than you since 1901Emmett Cullen: Stronger than you since 1915
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Re: Did anyone read 'The Invention of Hugo Cabret'?

Yeah I know, thanks for posting your thoughts. Did anyone dislike it or like it for a different reason?
-Riley
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