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  • #3658
    triumvirate
    triumvirate
    Keymaster

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    Saving Luke Fan Mural

    Calling all fans to participate in the greatest fan mural of all. Send in your picture with the new Saving Luke, ebook or paperback, and let’s make a big collage with all Pretender fans.

    Send in your quick review of Saving Luke (and Rebirth if you still haven’t), so that can be included in the mural as well. We’re receiving submissions at centreinsider@thepretenderlives.com

    The mural will be showcased at thePretenderLives.com (by sending your picture/review, you agree to its use on this website).

    #3659

    Vania
    Participant

    Hi,

    Here goes my photo submission 🙂
    I look forward to seeing that collage placed together.

    Vania

    #3660
    Jacci
    Jacci
    Participant

    Here is one from me 🙂
    Saving Luke fan mural, jacci

    #3661

    Rossella
    Participant

    I finally got my paper-copy.
    I love it 🙂

    Miss Roxy's Saving Luke

    Miss Roxy

    #3662
    triumvirate
    triumvirate
    Keymaster

    Thank you all for your submissions. The collage will be online really, really soon 🙂

    #3664
    Alex
    Alex
    Participant

    Here is my fan contribution:

    SimTec_mural

    #3663
    triumvirate
    triumvirate
    Keymaster

    Thank you to all who submitted their pictures. The final result is in this picture:

    Saving Luke fan Mural

    #115824

    Anonymous

    Gallic acid is a trihydroxybenzoic acid, a type of phenolic acid, a type of organic acid, also known as 3,4,5-trihydroxybenzoic acid, found in gallnuts, sumac, witch hazel, tea leaves, oak bark, and other plants.<>] The chemical formula is C6H2(OH)3COOH. Gallic acid is found both free and as part of hydrolyzable tannins. The gallic acid groups are usually bonded to form dimers such as ellagic acid. Hydrolysable tannins break down on hydrolysis to give gallic acid and glucose or ellagic acid and glucose, known as gallotannins and ellagitannins respectively.
    From suzhou pharmaceutical technology co.,ltd.

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