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The Haul 2.0

Amazingly, I think it even manages to beat out last year's haul. Even without Mockingjay!

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  1. Anonymous12:01 PM

    These look amazing!

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  2. Lucky, lucky you! Enjoy! I can't wait to hear your thoughts, especially on Ascendant, Matched and Delirium.

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  3. Wow, I have GOT to go to this thing. . .

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  4. so amazing. love. lots of love.

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  5. WOW! that is all

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  6. Nice haul! Happy reading.

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  7. GIIIIIRL PAAAAAAARTS!!!

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  8. OMG I want Kiss me deadly!

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  9. Nice! I’m drooling over Matched and The Body at the Tower. Not sure what the book with the Dragon is about but the cover is awesome!

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  10. Wow! I'm jealous of your copies of Matched and Delirium and Simone Elkeles' books. Also, Halo looks so pretty!

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  11. Glad to see Dangerous Neighbors there, even if it doesn't seem like your normal read. Beautiful picture!

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  12. I'll be honest with you--I'm a little jealous. What is the full title of the Dragon book?

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  13. *gasp* just imagine me like one of those cartoon characters with his eyes all bugging out.

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  14. Be honest. Did you roll around on them in your bed? I would have. lol

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  15. Dreadnought! Packing for Mars! I want those!

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  16. Dude, if I knew that THE KNEEBONE BOY was lurking around there somewhere, I would have been all over trying to find it. I so love that cover (and can't wait to read it.) Very much looking forward to hearing your thoughts on several of those beauties!

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  17. What a beautiful sight! Another copy of Perfect Chemistry huh? Sweet.

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  18. Great haul, Angie! You must have been so excited AND relieved when your BEA loot made it home to you safe and sound. :)

    Happy Reading!

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  19. Thank you for your kind comment on my review of Silver Borne. It is nice to know that someone actually does read the reviews :-)

    Looks like a great bunch of books from BEA. I would love to attend this someday!

    I'm now following your blog :-)

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  20. Amazing haul I would say :D Congratulations on all your new books!

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