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It's here! It's here! I'm so excited, I have nothing else to say. Except for this--576 pages! Music to my ears.
Kristin Cashore, I love you. 
May 1st, you and I have a DATE.

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  1. YES I AM SO EXCITED TOO. I love how all the covers match. I'm happy Katsa and Po will have cameos. I'm happy to read another Kristin Cashore book even if it's 576 pages. AH JUST SO HAPPY/EXCITED :D.

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  2. ahhhh this is so lush!

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  3. I really need to get started on Graceling and Fire now that Bitterblue is releasing next year.

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  4. Thanks for showcasing this. I loved both Graceling and Fire . Cant wait to read Bitterblue :)Love the blue and the keys on the cover !!

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  5. THIS is happy news. I just re-listened to Graceling. Do you think Prince Po and Katsa will be in this one??

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  6. Christina, I know. I'm looking forward to having all three rubbing shoulders on my shelf.

    Carla, YES.

    Jenny, *gasp* wait no longer. Start now!

    Shweta, me, too! The keys are great.

    Kim, isn't it? I know Po and Katsa will be in this one and I cannot wait to see them again!

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  7. It is so beautiful. I am a sucker for old keys.

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  8. Anonymous12:51 PM

    Gorgeous! I can't wait for this one.
    Karen

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  9. Tiah, yeah, I can't wait to find out their significance.

    Karen, me either!!

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  10. Finally! I have been waiting for this book FOREVER!

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  11. anxious, it seems like it has been so very long. I just know it's going to be well worth the wait.

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  12. She's finished?! It has a release date? This has just made my week.

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  13. Oh gosh it's beautiful! YAY! YAY YAYYYYYY!!!! :D

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  14. Heather, YES!

    KIKA, it really is. So excited!!

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  15. I love this whole series! One of my favorite YA series - such a lovely set of stories! Definitely recommend!

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