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May 21, 2012


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Julie P.

I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this one. Exactly what I needed right now. I kind of doubt the sculptures are going to be big, but you never know. I think I covered some of the other questions here:


My review can be found at

I'll be adding the discussion questions shortly!

Katie @ cakes, tea and dreams

I had to get used to the email format, but found it highly entertaining. The whole story had such a You've Got Mail quality - New York, nosy coworkers, mistaken identity. So much fun.

This was my first Meg Cabot book. I'm looking forward to the rest of the read-along!

Brianna @ BriannaAsaro

I just found your blog this weekend thanks to a friend of mine, and I love it! I've already downloaded about 4 of the books you've reviewed. Thanks!

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