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So I went ahead and read the prologue & first chapter of Blue Lily, Lily Blue . . .

. . . because I hate myself love this series. And now I cannot handle my day. I am embedding it here, because I need someone else to read it so we can proceed to console one another. I mean the WORDS. And the RONAN.

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  1. I read it and AHHHHHHHHH AOSIDJSLKJFLDSKFHSDKFJSDKJh is all I have to say.


    Or all my brain can form besides OMG. Sigh. THIS MUST BE PREORDERED.

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  2. This is why I never read sneak peeks. I would just WANT THE REST. Now. I can't wait. :-)

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  3. RIGHT?!!?! I mean. Every single one of them! The way they're interacting. It's just such a rewarding read (even that little excerpt), given how we know them now and how they know each other. Sigh.

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  4. UGH. I know. Why do I break down and get sucked in?! I have no self control when it comes to her books.


    But Blue and those boys. I love them so.

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  6. I can't. I can't read it. I do not like to torture myself so. (She says sitting here crossing her fingers and hoping to everything that is holy that Scholastic approves her request on Netgalley).

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  7. See I don't either! Normally. Maggie's books make me crazy.

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  8. I caved and read it, and it's brilliant! Dammit.

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  9. LOL. I know. Just about a month now . . .

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  10. I didn't get to read the second book, I am waiting to read them both this month, when this lovely one comes out :D

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  11. Oh man, that is going to be excellent.

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