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Pssst! A Conspiracy of Kings...

...is In. The. House.
*dies*

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  1. Oh, good, so when you've read it you can join the discussion a bunch of us are having about it! :D

    I just read it for the second time last weekend. Mmmmmm good.

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  2. What's the release date? MUST HAVE!!! Love this series. (swoon)

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  3. GAH! SO SO SO Jealous!!! I hope it's as good as the last one!

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  4. Ack! Urgh! And many other interjections (cue School House Rock song here). Sigh. I feel the jealousy pangs again.

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  5. You have NO idea how jealous I am right now! I need to figure out how to get a copy!

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  6. I still have to read the third book!

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  7. Oh .... Wow! Lucky you!!!
    Read it.
    Enjoy it.
    Then hurry up and give us the scoop!!!!!

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  8. Dishonor8:02 PM

    OH MY GOSH.
    LUST.

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  9. NO WAY NO WAY NO WAY!!!!! SO Jealous. I'll be holding my breath for the review.

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  10. *gasp*!!! YOU. . . YOU are so lucky I don't know where you live!!!

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  11. This looks good! Can't wait to see what you think...

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  12. GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH

    My copy is with Thea but she is away and then I will be away and I won't hold it in these hands of mine until END OF JANUARY *dies*

    You must tell us all. no. DON'T. wait. DO. no.
    aaaaaa *runs around in circles*

    YOU did this to me.

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  13. O.O

    Where, how, when??? I'm so jealous! I've had to search high and low just for the first three books! T_T

    I'll be expecting your review ASAP!! XD

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  14. Grrp....are you done reading it yet? How bout now?

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  15. Man, I wish I ran a book review blog so that I could get the ARC of the book I've been waiting for for FOUR YEARS *grumpy jealousy*

    Can I trade you baked goods for it?!

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  16. What's the release date? MUST HAVE!!! Love this series. (swoon)

    Work from home India

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  17. LOL.

    I love you guys.

    Seriously.

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