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Sunday, May 13, 2012


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Julie Johnson

I agree. His book is really awesome. I already read some of his novel and I instantly loved reading it. The thing I like about his novel is that, kids can also read it and they really enjoyed. I have a younger brother and I let him read also “The Call” and he was really enjoyed after reading it. I’m looking forward for more novels to read.

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