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For a few moments, Peeta and I take in the scene of our mentor trying to rise out of the slippery vile stuff from his stomach. The reek of vomit and raw spirits almost brings up my dinner.

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  1. Still have no plans on reading this one. My husband and daughter saw the movie without me though and loved it.

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  2. Umm...eew?
    Sorry, that's my first reaction to that. Great pick, just SO glad I wasn't eating when I read it. *-* Happy reading!

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  3. Haven't read this one yet, but it's on my TBR list. Great teaser! (Although a little yucky, of course.)

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  4. A great book! Good choice of teaser :-)

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  5. Nice one! I loved this book. I need to get the other two read soon. Thanks for visiting my blog earlier.

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  6. Ahh, good old Haymitch :) I love this series and totally need to read it again!

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  7. I have this on My Nook but I haven't read it yet.

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  8. Rather intense, it's another book that is on my TBR list too.

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