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Once More With Feeling

I'm about to walk out the door to go to my local Mockingjay release party and figured I'd go ahead and say it one last time before I go quiet:
Happy reading!

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  1. Woohoo Team Gale! I won't be able to get my copy until the 26th but have fun on the release party and I look forward to your review of this. :)

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  2. Have fun! When I got mine, I couldn't put it down. You'll love it!

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  3. Team Gale!! If mine doesn't come in the mail tomorrow I'm going to scream!! Have fun tonight :)

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  4. Mine and Peeta's respect for you just got a whole lot lower!

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  5. Anonymous1:16 AM

    Hurraaa...mine will hopfeully arrive today :)

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  6. hahaha.

    We're going this afternoon. There are to be cupcakes!

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  7. Chachic, you've got to be counting down the hours now! Hope it comes soon.

    Jacqueline, you were so right. It was superb.

    Adele, hehe.

    Rosey, did it come? Are you okay??

    Matt, LOL. You and Peeta. You creamsicles, you.

    Emily, I hope it got there to you safe and sound and that you've got your nose buried in it this very minute. :)

    Christine, yay!

    Raspberry, ooh. And how were they?

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