This glitch is a good one to show when to put end punctuation inside the double quotes and when to put it outside.
What do you mean, “I can’t believe you read the whole book already!”? What are you supposed to do once it’s open?
Notice that the exclamation point goes inside the quotes, but the question mark goes outside. That’s because the exclamation is what’s being quoted by the speaker, but the question is how/why they’re repeating it (asking what the exclamation means).
Under most circumstances, the use of both a question mark and an exclamation point on the same sentence is discouraged. If you need to indicate that a question is asked with particularly strong feeling or emphasis, italicize it.