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reluctant reading book because it'll end

by PrincessLief on March 10, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


With working on my senior goal of re-reading my favorite books I have found it hard to read the last Harry Potter book and the last Eragon book because I don't want to read the end, especially the Eragon book because it is left so wide open. Does anyone else have this problem with some books?

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