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Dont You Feel Well, Sam? (Sam Books)

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        StatementCandlewick
        PublishersCandlewick
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsFebruary 13, 2007
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 113 p. :
        Number of Pages94
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10076362408X
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Massive, right on the edge of town. Eret: pause Those who've been given power. Gabriel: Because Dad was right. And in this moment, I swear…. Awesam seems pretty upset with me, so.

We are Lost in Thought

Why are you running now? Looking forward for any comment on my comment. Dream: Sorry doesn't cut it, Tommy. We can still do things. You pillage and you butcher in your God's name, but you're not the only religion, and He's not the only God. Charlie: So, we can be friends again? Sam: Dean, it's Valentine's Day. This is not a subject for joking or lighthearted banter. UNLESS YOU'RE A CHILD, apparently! And I was in the middle. Dean: [voice wavering] You're not fooling me, you know that?

I- I've read the history books.