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posts on 7/24/2006 6:50:56 PM This book is awesome! If you love fairytales, this will be a great book for you. One question....what was Aurore's last name???
posts on 7/17/2006 3:51:16 PM I don't think Cameron Dokey comments on this board. It'd be really cool if she did though. She writes many books of many different genres, and they're all soo good! I like her fantasy the best!
posts on 7/15/2006 4:51:52 PM Hello Cameron, my name is Katherine and I just recently finished the Hindenburg,1937. In the book i found myself fallling more in love with the characters. I was dismayed that Karl died in the book and they never got married. I know this book wasn't suppose to have a sequel but it would be wonderful if you wrote a sequel and in the sequel Karl is actually alive and he tries to find Anna who is somewhere in America. I would love it if you replied back. I'll be anticipating your answer.

posts on 7/13/2006 9:34:10 PM Has anyone read "A Storyteller's Daughter?" That is a really good book! She also wrote "Sunlight and Shadow" which I enjoyed!
HannahJean posts on 1/31/2006 3:22:30 PM THE ENDING WAS SO WEIRD! Aurore so should have fallen in love with Ironheart. And marrying her cousin, eww! I mean, I get it was like the middle ages and that was more common, but they were practically brother and sister! despite the ending, though, it was a great book. Now,I'm moving on to the story tellers daughter.
izze posts on 10/3/2005 2:55:24 AM i didnt find the ending to be disturbing. i actually quite liked it. no i am not a wierd person but it is nice to see that at the end, the main character falls in love with their cousin. i mean think about it, in reality, your cousins are either like you're brothers or sisters or like a friend. it's hard to choose one but in the end, they have to be one of these things and obviously, to aurore, her cousin was a friend/lover.
meg posts on 3/7/2005 12:14:10 AM I really liked the book! Also their characters! :D Jo isn't like anyone else.. she's not like those other pushoevers or boy-crazy girls like in some books. I just read this book the other day and I think its a great book! Royally Jacked and Spin Control are also great!
danielle posts on 2/13/2005 7:36:21 AM I think How Not To Spend Your Senior Year is a tremendous book. Everyone should have a chance to read it. Honestly I think you should come out with a second book.
Lauren posts on 2/4/2005 11:58:35 PM What book? Anyways, I think the How NOT To Spend Your Senior Prom is a great book. She seemed like alot of other kids I know.

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