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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Final Thoughts on Graceling?

We've had such fun with the discussion questions this month! Find them all in the sidebar on the right. Any final thoughts on Graceling? Dreams for Katsa, Poe or Bitterblue?


Melissa Walker said...

I hope Katsa never has to compromise. And I want to see more from Bitterblue--can't wait for her book!

Lorie Ann Grover said...

Same here, Melissa. I can't wait!

Dia Calhoun said...

Thank you, Kristin for being with us all month long. Keep writing fabulous books!

kristin cashore said...

I promise to keep working hard on Bitterblue! :o)

Thanks, everyone, for a great month.

Lindsey said...

Kristin I must say that I read a lot of YA books for work, but yours in one of the best I have read in a while. That characters came to life, the story drew the reader in and left them wanting more. Congrats on an amazing book.

kristin cashore said...

Thank you, Lindsey!

Levina said...

Kristin, I wrote I mini-dialogue involving our wonderful Katsa @

It's called "Brain Explosion!" I think Katsa has the most lines ;))) Enjoy.