[DWJ] New DWJ book!!!

Zachary Sparks rykien at gmail.com
Sat Feb 15 13:32:57 EST 2014


I'm very curious as well.  I've read it (advance readers copy), but I
honestly couldn't pinpoint where one sister ended and the other began.
 Like most of DWJ's books, I just wish it was longer.

Zach Sparks

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> From: Roberta Klarreich <rklarreich at gmail.com>
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> The U.S. Amazon page gives a release date of April 22, but it appears as
> February 27 when you look at the listing of her books as a whole. What
> gives?
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> I'm going to ask my library to order a copy. Why pay for what I can get for
> free, is my motto. Besides, more DWJ for everyone!
>
> Will we have a sweepstakes on who comes the closest to pinpointing where
> DWJ left off and her sister took over?
>
> Feeling excited and sad at the same time. What will we have to look forward
> to after this?
>
> Roberta
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> On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 6:07 AM, Jameela Lares <jameela.lares at usm.edu>wrote:
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>> I've now pre-ordered mine.  I also mentioned DWJ to some of my children's
>> lit students who like fantasy and who will likely now fly to read some.
>>  They seemed particularly interested in _The Homeward Bounders_, but then,
>> we were talking about books about video games.
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>> Jameela Lares
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> From: <minnow at belfry.org.uk>
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> On Fri, 14 Feb 2014 12:33:31 -0800
> Roberta Klarreich <rklarreich at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> Will we have a sweepstakes on who comes the closest to pinpointing
>> where DWJ left off and her sister took over?
>
> If you want to, I am in a position to say exactly, because I have a copy
> of the transcribed manuscript which I saw before it was given to her
> sister, because I helped with some of the Mystery Words.  I wasn't
> planning to join in any guessing, honestly I wasn't!
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> Minnow
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