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  1. I have several signatures that I created and use them all at different times :) I am a fan of them and yours looks great! on Lost Voices, YES! I loved it! I think those who didn't like it didn't really understand it. Or were men ;) It's many messages were uplifting and provoked deeper thought. In many ways it was like the sea it was set in: deeper than what is visible on the surface, and it's down in the depths were the difficult stuff happens. I hope Luce finds Catarina (somehow) in the next book! She is only trying to help the tribe and those girls are brats! It is suuuuch a long wait for the 2nd book! :(

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  2. Before I comment on the book, I have to say this first... I am SO excited that someone that I didn't "force" (as my co-worker says) to look at my blog actually commented on something I wrote! I had to call my friend and have "a moment." =)

    Your take on Lost Voices is interesting. I never thought about the symbolism of the sea. I will certainly keep that symbolism in mind when I read the novel again. I can't wait for it to be publilshed so I can get more copies! This book is going to be high on my book club reading list with my students. They keep fighting over who is going to read it next.

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  3. I'm new to blogging and came to your site because of it's name! I also love to read and I belong to a book club. Looking forward to following your blog and book reviews!! I'm following on GFC and I hope you'll follow me too at http://oldermommystillyummy.blogspot.com/

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  4. I need to learn to how to make a signature. Thanks for visiting my blog and following. I've returned the favor and I look forward to reading more on your blog - I also love to read!

    Donna
    http://potofgoldgiveaways.blogspot.com/

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  5. Oh, cute signature! I like it.

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