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The Dream Thieves Cover

I kind of have to post this because it is Ronan. On the cover! It's crazy Ronan. And Chainsaw. And it has "thieves" in the title. And it is due out September 17th. And oh my goodness I don't know if I can take it.

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  1. So exciting! I like all the crazy flying ravens and the flare of pink. And the title is obviously amazing. :)

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    1. So do I. I love they're sort of flying out of his chest!

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  2. I sent my blogging pal, Laura, a crazy person email about this title and cover immediately after I saw it. I just am SO FREAKING EXCITED!!!

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    1. Of course you did. It's impossible to remain calm about the whole thing! AHHHH!

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  3. I am so, so excited about this!

    Ronan's shave head! Chainsaw! Thieves! Er, I'm basically repeating everything you said! But THE RAVEN BOYS is one of my top books of last year and I absolutely cannot wait for this one and it looks so awesome.

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    1. YES! I am ridiculously excited over it. It has made my day. I can't wait to find out more about Ronan.

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  4. I think I might've "Squeed" out loud when I saw this reveal on Twitter a couple of hours ago! Like you I am beside myself that Ronaa (and Chainsaw) are featured:) This will be my Waiting on Wednesday post tomorrow FOR SURE:)

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    1. Oh my yes. I certainly did. Somehow I didn't see it coming having the two of them on the cover. I was utterly surprised and delighted.

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  5. Best birthday present. Ever.

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  6. I love that Ronan is on the cover! And HELLO RELEASE DATE. September isn't too far...

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    1. I know! That had me grinning almost as big as Ronan. :)

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  7. So excited to see this-The Raven Boys was one of my favorite reads last year and I have been dying for information about the sequel!

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    1. It was right at the top of mine as well. This is such a treat.

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  8. OH, it's pretty, and we all knew how much more there was to Ronan and chainsaw, so it's totally fitting that they'll be the focus of the second book. CAN'T WAIT.

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    1. We did indeed. I still just wasn't expecting to see him get his own cover. LOVE.

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  9. It is SO PERFECT it HURTS to look at it. Don't you just love her...like more than you should and certainly more than is normal?

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    1. You understand my FEELINGS. I do love her. More than normal.

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  10. Anonymous8:32 AM

    SQUEEEEE!!! I'm usually a read-things once library girl these days, but Raven Boys I had to buy after I read it, because I needed to listen to it again and there were too many holds at the library. But September feels awfully far away still.

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    1. Yes. It is just that kind of book.

      Ah, September . . .

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  11. I just managed to finish reading Raven Boys (the shame), but wow, this cover is perfect for that ending. So glad to be on board with the Raven Boys love!

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    1. Lol. I'm glad you read it, Melissa. That's what I've been thinking, too. Just perfect for that wild ending of TRB.

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  12. Snap! I am so excited about this book, such a gorgeous cover and such a great title. Counting down!!

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  13. Yes! I love it. I was hoping there would be more Ronan focus in Book 2, and clearly there will be. I can see myself (hopefully) liking this series more as it goes on.

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    1. Quite. More Ronan can only lead to great things.

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  14. msaggie12:09 AM

    Thanks for letting us know, Angie. I am very excited too. I read The Raven Boys based on your recommendation and loved it so much it was a straight re-read for me, and I kept telling my sister about it over Christmas, she got fed up (unfortunately this is not her kind of book)

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    1. I'm so happy to hear that. Not your sister getting fed up, of course. But that you loved it so. *hugs*

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    1. I KNOW!

      Speaking of your heart. You recently finished SCORPIO RACES, yes? Spill.

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    2. I can't even form coherant sentences on that subject just yet only to scream at my own self for not reading it sooner. I have nothing but love for that book. I just can't even.

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    3. Then all is as it should be.

      THAT. BOOK.

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