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"Great book, but I just keep getting pulled away by other things. I'm reading a book for a review now, but after Robopocolypse I plan on finishing this one. It really does suck you in." Aug 28, 2013 08:48PM

 
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"So good. I can't believe I came to this late. So much like the format of World War Z which I loved. Can't wait to finish." Aug 28, 2013 08:47PM

 

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Sonia O'Brien is on page 220 of 270 of Moragh, Holly's Ghost: If I didn't have to be up at 6 am, I'd finish this tomight. I hate to put it down to go to bed. I can't wait to write my review. So good.
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