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Is Rainbow Rowell Writing an Eleanor and Park Sequel?
The author's fans are getting excited because of her tweet!
IMAGE Rainbow Rowell | facebook.com/rainbow.rowell.author, St. Martin's Press

Over the weekend, best-selling YA author Rainbow Rowell made fans go crazy on Twitter when she did a Twitter Q&A.

But what caught everyone's attention was when she retweeted and answered one fan's question about Eleanor and Park: "Park will see Eleanor again?"

Did you read that? Did we read that right? Oh. Em. Gee!

Naturally, her fans and the novel's fans got too crazy happy...and we really can't blame them because we feel the same way RN!

Does this mean a sequel is on the way? We first thought that it's going to be about the movie, but it's been reported last year that the movie adaptation won't be pushing through anymore. So what do you think does Rainbow mean in this tweet? Hee hee. We can't wait!

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