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Mockingjay Chapter One Preview

I can't wait!!! Everyone else excited??


  1. Thanks for sharing this! I remember when Deathly Hallows came out and J.K. Rowling read the first chapter live. Such a great moment!

  2. Loved it! What an interesting accent she used for Katniss...

  3. .....I went to Walmart. At 6 in the morning. They told me to come back at 8. School starts at 7:30.

  4. Excited!!!Excited!!!!I can't breath!
    Hosting a launch party for the book at my library today. Our copies came in last night, so everyone is leaving with a (library) copy. Then, I will do nothing until this book is read.

  5. Sam-That's crazy! I went to Walmart at asked for it at midnight and they got it for me. Why wouldn't they get it for you?? That's so mean!!

  6. This video made me cry, but i love it! I got my copy at two minutes after midnight and now 'm done reading! Now that I have it and read it, I don't know what to do with my life :S

  7. i read it and it was so beautiful but also extremley sad...i feel happy but at the same time...ITS OVER!!! ARGH!

  8. okay so i read the hunger games in one of my book clubs in FEll in love with it. then it took me like 12 months to read catching fire which i just got done reading and its was heartbreaking for me, now im in like a hunger games zone where thats all i can think about, mockingjay is sure to be a showstopper and if any of my favorite character die in the last book like j.k rowling did in her last two books i might jus die of heartbreak!!!!


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