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julia823
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Registered: ‎12-28-2007

Graceling???

Has anyone read the Graceling by Kristin Cashore??? I just finished it and I'd like to say that i think it's the best book i've ever read!!!

" Its a quarter after one i'm all alone and i need you now i said i wouldnt come but i lost all control and i need you now and i dont know how i can do without i just need you now"
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HungerGamesPerson
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Re: Graceling???

I got the advanced reader copy abut 7 months ago and I loved it! The idea of the graces is a very unique idea!

If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.
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Sailor_Bonz
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Re: Graceling???

 


julia823 wrote:

Has anyone read the Graceling by Kristin Cashore??? I just finished it and I'd like to say that i think it's the best book i've ever read!!!


Yes I have and I loved it!!! U should also read Fire. I'm waiting on her third book Bitterblue and its taking FOREVER! lol

 

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julia823
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Re: Graceling???

Is Fire just as good as Graceling??? and I definitely wanna read Bitterblue... Is anyone else upset with what happened to Po?

" Its a quarter after one i'm all alone and i need you now i said i wouldnt come but i lost all control and i need you now and i dont know how i can do without i just need you now"