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message 1: by Noelle (new)

Noelle What! I didn't know this existed...let me know how it goes :)


message 2: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Arg. Why did she have to set this in the 80s?! I have such a thing against 80s books... :(


message 3: by Maggie (new)

Maggie Noelle, it was released in the UK and Australia. It's not being released in the States til next year! So random.

Sarah, does it help that it's late 80s? Haha. I'm a total I ❤ the 90s girl, but I hope this is good.


message 4: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Maggie wrote: "Sarah, does it help that it's late 80s? Haha. I'm a total I ❤ the 90s girl, but I hope this is good.
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I kind of helps... a little. I'm just deeply concerned about the renewed interest in a time in our history better off forgotten.


message 5: by Yara (new)

Yara Oooh... this looks nifty. But why until next year until it's released in the states!? Why are we always getting the shaft from UK and Australia. Humph!


Natalie (Natflix&Books) My inner nerd can't help but explain that Boba Fett was a baddie Star Wars bounty hunter who worked for Darth Vader. Just, you know, FYI...anyhoo, great review! I do like the US cover and will have to check out Attachments.


message 7: by Maggie (new)

Maggie Thanks, Natalie! :) I kept thinking it was Jar Jar Binks. I know, FOR SHAME.


Natalie (Natflix&Books) Seriously, girl. Boba Fett would eat Jar Jar Binks for breakfast. ;)


message 9: by Nomes (new)

Nomes chuckling over your notable asian character shelf. good idea :)


message 10: by MLE (new)

MLE I liked Ready Player One a lot, but wasn't able to find a connection with this one really at all. It just didn't click, and I'm not really sure why.


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