New Zealand Days 4 and 5: Tongariro, Wellington, Te Papa and Weta Cave » Entrance to the Weta Cave is on a residential street in a Wellington suburb.

Entrance to the Weta Cave is on a residential street in a Wellington suburb.

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  1. Gordos says:

    bus and running to the book store (You woludn’t believe the looks I got) I got in, got the book, squealed a bit, rushed home and sat on my bed. I read for a full four hours non stop (not even a potty break) and was amazed. As unhappy as I am with the fletcherie coupling, I guess I can’t argue with the brilliant hang the book ended on. Ask my mother (although I do believe she would find it rather peculiar if you did)For a full 15 minutes after reading that last page the only words I could form were “Oh my god” and “OH MY GOSH” You are most certainly a brilliant writer and none of us can question that and you have helped my inspiration too. (I am trying to write a book myself.)Have you ever heard of fanfiction? Because I write that as well, for your books ( I try not to harm your beloved characters) well, yeah. I am in love with darks darks as much as I was the previous three books. Me and my friend Siren Zenith are huge fans and admire your work (These are our taken names, we are sure you can understand why we don’t tell you oure real names) and I will be attending more than likely to your stop of in portsmouth(I may have told my mom we were going, not really asked) and I am already reallllyyy excited.I honestly cannot wait, and I hope you have a good day, I hope you had a good easter too :) Delphian, Out.xDBx

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