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Old 02-24-2012, 03:24 AM   #20
carpetmojo
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Must remember that one, excellent.

However - "whose Twilight series at least partially filled the gap opened by the conclusion of the Potter stories. "

Eh ?
Rather like any other magicky wizardy "childrens" books then - oh, or vampirey, forgot that.....

And while praising her appeal to all ages, the article then say's it's tricky for an author once they're categorised as a child's author.......
I think she'll manage.

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