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  1. I DIDN'T KNOW THEY WERE MAKING A MOVIE OF THIS I AM SO EXCITED

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    1. I knew, but this is the first bit I've actually seen of it. Oh my.

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  2. WOW! Wow. This book was So Well Done. High Hopes for the film.

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    1. I know. It's going to be different. I remind myself. But wow. I love this book long time.

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  3. Oh my gosh, it looks amazing!!

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  4. Anonymous8:16 AM

    This looks great, Angie. I just pulled the book from my pile because I still haven't read it! Karen S

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    1. KAREN.

      You must read it immediately so we can talk!!!

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  5. Wow. Don't be mad but this book has been on my shelf for years. Unread. And that trailer just gave me chills. I won't admit that it almost made my tear up.

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    1. LOL. I promise not to be mad.

      But you really *must* read it before the movie is out. SO SO GOOD.

      I got teary, too. :)

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