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Release Day for The Rule Maker by Jennifer Blackwood + Giveaway!

January 16th, 2017 by Debbie's World of Books

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Release Date: January 16, 2017

Publisher: Entangled Embrace

About the book:

Ten Steps to Surviving a New Job:

1. Don’t sleep with the client. It’ll get you fired. (Sounds easy enough.)

2. Don’t blink when new client turns out to be former one-night stand.

3. Don’t call same client a jerk for never texting you back.

4. Don’t believe client when he says he really, really wanted to call.

5. Remember, the client is always right—so you can’t junk punch him when he demands new design after new design.

6. Ignore accelerated heartbeat every time sexy client walks into room.

7. Definitely ignore client’s large hands. They just mean he wears big gloves.

8. Don’t let client’s charm wear you down. Be strong.

9. Whatever you do, don’t fall for the client. You’ll lose more than your job—maybe even your heart.

10. If all else fails, see rule number one again.

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Giveaway

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About the Author

Jennifer Blackwood is an English teacher and contemporary romance author. She lives in Oregon with her husband, son, and poorly behaved black lab puppy. When she isn’t writing or teaching, she’s binging on Veronica Mars episodes and white cheddar popcorn.

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New Review: Frost Blood by Elly Blake

January 10th, 2017 by Debbie's World of Books

Frost Blood by Elly Blake

Source: Netgalley

Publication date: January 10, 2017

Publisher: Little Brown Books for Young Readers

Rating: ★★★½☆

About the book

Seventeen-year-old Ruby is a fireblood who must hide her powers of heat and flame from the cruel frostblood ruling class that wants to destroy all that are left of her kind. So when her mother is killed for protecting her and rebel frostbloods demand her help to kill their rampaging king, she agrees. But Ruby’s powers are unpredictable, and she’s not sure she’s willing to let the rebels and an infuriating (yet irresistible) young man called Arcus use her as their weapon.

All she wants is revenge, but before they can take action, Ruby is captured and forced to take part in the king’s tournaments that pit fireblood prisoners against frostblood champions. Now she has only one chance to destroy the maniacal ruler who has taken everything from her and from the icy young man she has come to love.

Fast-paced and compelling, Frostblood is the first in a page-turning new young adult three-book series about a world where flame and ice are mortal enemies—but together create a power that could change everything.

My Thoughts

I hadn’t heard anything about this book before but when I saw it in an email from Netgalley it sounded intriguing so I decided to give it a try. I actually ended up enjoying it more than I expected being it was from a new to me author.

Ruby was kind of a brat to begin with and the story took awhile to take off but both Ruby and the story started to grow on me. I ended up reading the book in one sitting and Arcus and some of the supporting characters were what really made the book for me. I also loved the world building that took place in this book and am hoping for more in the coming books.

This was a promising start to a new series and I’m hoping to see more growth in Ruby’s character.

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Cover Reveal: Bottom of the Sky by Shae Ross + Giveaway

January 5th, 2017 by Debbie's World of Books

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The best way to get rid of someone who’s pulling you under is to let yourself sink…

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Bottom of the Sky by Shae Ross

Release Date: February 2017

About the book:

The best way to get rid of someone who’s pulling you under is to let yourself sink…

John

The last thing I need is to be saddled with the on-the-run niece of the crime family I’m about to take down. Gianna Silva wants me to help her find her missing mother. But I’ve got bigger fish to fry—namely, her cousins Stefano and Santos Silva. They’re flooding the West Coast with deadly counterfeit goods, and I’m about to drop the net on their entire operation. To keep Gianna out of my way, I’ve agreed to help her but under one condition: What I say goes. No questions. No pushback. I make the rules.

The problem is Gianna Silva doesn’t know the meaning of the word “rule” and she’s on to me. For two years, I’ve hidden my true identity behind a wall built from stone-cold revenge. I thought it was indestructible—especially against someone with the last name of Silva—the family I’ve vowed to destroy…

Gianna

If I could find my missing mom by myself I would, but the only enemies she’s ever had are my father and his powerful family. Confronting the Silvas alone is too dangerous. I need an insider who knows how to play their game. John Rossi, with his bad-boy confidence and access to the family compound is my best hope. I’ve bargained away the last dollar in my savings account in exchange for his help, but I’m beginning to think I made a deal with the devil.

I didn’t expect his rules to include sharing a cabin—and a bedroom with him—northwest of Nowheresville. I don’t trust him, or my attraction to him. But to find my mom, I’ll break every one of his damn rules, regardless of the consequences…

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About Shae Ross


Shae Ross grew up in Ferndale, Michigan. She attended Michigan State University and continued her education at Detroit College of Law. Prior to 2014, she spent the majority of her career practicing corporate law and engaged in entrepreneurial ventures.

After having too many stressful days at the office, she decided to pursue her dream of writing and published her first romance novel in January of 2015. She loves strong heroines and sexy, alpha heroes who deliver stories filled with sass, smarts and sizzle.

You can visit her online at the following places:

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Review: How Not to Die by Michael Greger, M.D.

January 3rd, 2017 by Debbie's World of Books

How Not to Die by Michael Greger

Source: Received as a Christmas gift

Publisher: Flatiron Books

Publication date: December 8, 2015

Rating: ★★★★★

About the Book:

From the physician behind the wildly popular website NutritionFacts.org, How Not to Die reveals the groundbreaking scientific evidence behind the only diet that can prevent and reverse many of the causes of disease-related death.

The vast majority of premature deaths can be prevented through simple changes in diet and lifestyle. In How Not to Die, Dr. Michael Greger, the internationally-renowned nutrition expert, physician, and founder of NutritionFacts.org, examines the fifteen top causes of premature death in America — heart disease, various cancers, diabetes, Parkinson’s, high blood pressure, and more — and explains how nutritional and lifestyle interventions can sometimes trump prescription pills and other pharmaceutical and surgical approaches, freeing us to live healthier lives.

The simple truth is that most doctors are good at treating acute illnesses but bad at preventing chronic disease. The fifteen leading causes of death claim the lives of 1.6 million Americans annually. This doesn’t have to be the case. By following Dr. Greger’s advice, all of it backed up by strong scientific evidence, you will learn which foods to eat and which lifestyle changes to make to live longer.

History of prostate cancer in your family? Put down that glass of milk and add flaxseed to your diet whenever you can. Have high blood pressure? Hibiscus tea can work better than a leading hypertensive drug-and without the side effects. Fighting off liver disease? Drinking coffee can reduce liver inflammation. Battling breast cancer? Consuming soy is associated with prolonged survival. Worried about heart disease (the number 1 killer in the United States)? Switch to a whole-food, plant-based diet, which has been repeatedly shown not just to prevent the disease but often stop it in its tracks.

In addition to showing what to eat to help treat the top fifteen causes of death, How Not to Die includes Dr. Greger’s Daily Dozen — a checklist of the twelve foods we should consume every day. Full of practical, actionable advice and surprising, cutting edge nutritional science, these doctor’s orders are just what we need to live longer, healthier lives.

My Thoughts:

I received this book for Christmas by my brother who said it was an eye opening read and he was seeing great results after trying to eat a more plant based diet for about 2 months. I was a little skeptical as I honestly can’t stand eating most vegetables which has always been my downfall in dieting but really this was an eye opening read. A lot of what’s written makes sense logically and the author writes in an easy to read method. He’s interesting and has a sense of humor. What appealed to me the most was that unlike other diet books I’ve read he doesn’t say you have to strictly adhere to this style of eating. He even says if eating straight broccoli or other vegetables means you won’t stick to it then go ahead and add a little bit of bacon bits or other flavoring if that gets you to eat more of the veggie. He also says you don’t have to give up your favorite foods, just try to add more of these veggies to your everyday diet.

Since starting this book I’ve tried to incorporate at least a few veggies into my diet and surprisingly it’s not as bad as I expected now that I broke from the mindset that I need to eat lots of salads. I’ve been tossing a handful of broccoli into other foods and barely notice the taste. I don’t think I’ll ever go entirely plant based but definitely a good book to get you to stop and think about what you eat.

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Release Day Blast for Two New Paranormal Reads

January 2nd, 2017 by Debbie's World of Books

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Rocket into the new year with some out-of-this world sci-fi romances from Jess Anastasi and Xen Sanders! Diffraction and From the Ashes are engaging, emotional, and entertaining reads. So, I hope you’re prepared for some disruption to your sleep schedule because these titles are impossible to put down. Pick up your copies today!

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About Diffraction:

After his unusual reaction to a weapon, Commando Varean Donnelly is accused of being a shape-shifting alien and imprisoned onboard the Imojenna. Sure, he has abilities he keeps hidden from everyone—including the gorgeous doc examining him—because the government makes sure people as different as him disappear. For good.

Imojenna doctor Kira Sasaki knows there’s something different about the handsome commando the captain’s thrown in their brig. She doesn’t think he’s Reidar, although he might have been a victim of their cruel experiments. But when Kira learns the stubborn commando’s racial make-up, she finds herself torn between defending him to Captain Rian Sherron and his crew or urging Varean to escape while he still can.

The Atrophy series is best enjoyed in order:

  • Book #1 Atrophy

  • Book #2 Quantum

  • Book #3 Diffraction

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About Jess Anastasi:

Jess has been making up stories ever since she can remember. Though her messy handwriting made it hard for anyone else to read them, she wasn’t deterred and now she gets to make up stories for a living. She loves loud music, a good book on a rainy day, and probably spends too much time watching too many TV shows. Jess lives in regional Victoria, Australia, with her very supportive husband, three daughters, two border collie dogs, and one cat who thinks he’s one of the kids.

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About From the Ashes:

Sociopath. Killer. Deviant.

Monster, devoid of morals, incapable of human emotion. The villain known as Spark has been called this and more, and as a super-powered aberrant has masterminded countless crimes to build his father’s inhuman empire. Yet to professor Sean Archer, this fearsome creature is only Tobias Rutherford–antisocial graduate researcher, quiet underachiever, and a fascinating puzzle Sean is determined to solve.

But one kiss leads to an entanglement that challenges everything Tobias knows about himself, aberrants, and his own capacity to love. When his father orders him to assassinate a senator, one misstep unravels a knot of political intrigue that places the fate of humans and aberrants alike in Tobias’s hands. As danger mounts and bodies pile higher, will Tobias succumb to his dark nature and sacrifice Sean–or will he defy his father and rise from the ashes to become a hero in a world of villains?

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About Xen Sanders:

Hi. I’m Xen. Cole. Whatever you want to call me; both are true, and both are lies. My pen names are multitudes, my nicknames legion. Tall, bi/queer, introverted, author, and of a brown-ish persuasion made up of various flavors of Black, Asian, and Native American. I’m cuter than Hello Kitty, more bitter than the blackest coffee, and able to trip over cats in a single half-asleep lurch; I’m what happens when a Broody Antihero and a Manic Pixie Dream Boy fight to the death, and someone builds a person from the scraps left behind. Beardless, I look like the uke in every yaoi manga in existence; bearded or not, I sound like Barry White. About half my time is spent as a corporate writer, and the other half riding a train of WTFery that sometimes results in a finished book. Romance, erotica, sci-fi, horror, paranormal; LGBTQIA and cishet; diverse settings and diverse characters from a diverse author.

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Review: Four Weddings and a Sixpence by Julia Quinn, Elizabeth Boyle, Stefanie Sloane & Laure Lee Guhrke

December 26th, 2016 by Debbie's World of Books

Four Weddings and a Sixpence

Source: Received for review

Publication date: December 27, 2016

Publisher: Avon Books

Rating: ★★★★☆

About the Book:

 Julia Quinn, Elizabeth Boyle, Laurie Lee Guhrke, and Stefanie Sloane bring you the tale of four friends from Madame Rochambeaux’s Gentle School for Girls who find an old sixpence in their bedchamber and decide that it will be the lucky coin for each of their weddings.

“Something Old”
Julia Quinn’s prologue introduces her heroine Beatrice Heywood and the premise for Four Weddings and a Sixpence.

“Something New”
In Stefanie Sloane’s unforgettable story, an ever-vigilant guardian decrees that Anne Brabourne must marry by her twenty-first birthday. But love finds her in the most unexpected of ways.

“Something Borrowed”
Elizabeth Boyle tells the tale of Cordelia Padley, who has invented a betrothed to keep her family from pestering her to wed. Now she’ll need to borrow one to convince them she’s found her true love.

“Something Blue”
In Laura Lee Guhrke’s story, unlucky Lady Elinor Daventry has her sixpence stolen from her and must convince the rake who pilfered the coin to return it in time for her own wedding.

“… and a Sixpence in Her Shoe”
Julia Quinn finishes with the story of Beatrice Heywood, who never believed that the sixpence was anything but a tarnished old coin—until it led all of her friends to true love. But her faith in the coin is tested when it keeps sending her to the wrong man!

My Thoughts:

I saw Julia Quinn’s name on this one and it was a definite must read for me. If you haven’t read her books yet you need to go out and get her entire Bridgerton family series. Trust me, you won’t regret it.
But back to the anthology, I’m not usually a huge fan of them because I don’t care for novellas but for the most part I really enjoyed this one.

Something Old by Julia Quinn – I don’t have much to say about this one since it was really short and served as the setup for the rest of the series.

Something New by Stefanie Sloane was my favorite story in the book. I loved Anne and Rhys and their story was simply enchanting. Despite being a novella the romance didn’t feel rushed to me and both characters were well developed. Stefanie Sloan is a new to me author that I’ll definitely be keeping an eye on.

Something Borrowed by Elizabeth Boyle was an enjoyable story as well. I wasn’t head over heels for Cordelia and Kipp but their story was fun to read and I would definitely like to read Kipp’s brother’s story.

Something Blue by Laura Lee Guhrke – I have to admit I didn’t care for this one at all. I found the hero irritating especially with how he doesn’t really get why Elinor wouldn’t belief the worst about her own father. While I agree with Lawrence that what Elinor’s father did was deplorable he showed no compassion towards Elinor whatsoever. The fact that he glosses over the impact bringing her father up on charges would have on Elinor and the rest of her family also irritated me. You would think he would at least have a few qualms about basically ruining her chances of having a good life. I also never came to like Elinor much. Her character seemed all over the place and I honestly had a hard time caring whether she and Lawrence ended up together or not.

… and a Sixpence in Her Shoe by Julia Quinn – Not surprisingly I really enjoyed this one though it seemed shorter than the others. Due to the shortness of the story there was a bit too much of the instalove for me but I still liked both Bea and Frederick. Their story is cute and is a nice wrap up to the anthology.

Overall I would say this was a delightful read with Something Blue being the only weak spot for me. I wish Julia Quinn’s parts were longer but I am happy to have found some other new authors to read more from in the future.

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Review: Crash and Burn by James Rollins

December 20th, 2016 by Debbie's World of Books

Crash and Burn by James Rollins

Source: Purchased

Publication date: November 15, 2016

Publisher: William Morrow Impulse

Series: Sigma Force #11.5

About the Novella:

On a transatlantic flight, the two black sheep of Sigma Force—Seichan and Kowalski—must set aside their mutual dislike as a mysterious fiery force knocks their aircraft out of the sky. This unlikely duo must use every skill, weapon, and bit of ingenuity to survive a night on a remote volcanic island, where their only refuge is the haunted, bat-plagued grounds of a seemingly deserted resort. But something horrific awaits the two, something born of the latest science but rooted in our basest human instincts. To survive they will need to learn to work together—but even then, it may be too late.

Included with this short story is a sneak peek at The Seventh Plague, which raises the question: If the biblical plagues of Egypt truly happened, could they happen again? The frightening answer: Yes.

 

My Thoughts:

As much as I love James Rollins I will say I did hesitate to purchase this novella because I’m normally not a novella fan. I am glad I did so though. While short I didn’t feel cheated. I felt like I got a story that had a start, middle and end that made sense and flowed from beginning to end smoothly. It wrapped up nicely enough that I wasn’t frustrated with it being so short. It also helped that I love both Seichan and Kowalski so it was nice seeing them again especially with the two being so different from one another. I cannot wait to read The Seventh Plague!

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Review: The Fireman by Joe Hill

December 19th, 2016 by Debbie's World of Books

The Fireman by Joe Hill

Source: Borrowed from the library

Publication date: May 17, 2016

Publisher: William Morrow

Rating: ★★★☆☆

About the Book:

The fireman is coming. Stay cool.

No one knows exactly when it began or where it originated. A terrifying new plague is spreading like wildfire across the country, striking cities one by one: Boston, Detroit, Seattle. The doctors call it Draco Incendia Trychophyton. To everyone else it’s Dragonscale, a highly contagious, deadly spore that marks its hosts with beautiful black and gold marks across their bodies—before causing them to burst into flames. Millions are infected; blazes erupt everywhere. There is no antidote. No one is safe.

Harper Grayson, a compassionate, dedicated nurse as pragmatic as Mary Poppins, treated hundreds of infected patients before her hospital burned to the ground. Now she’s discovered the telltale gold-flecked marks on her skin. When the outbreak first began, she and her husband, Jakob, had made a pact: they would take matters into their own hands if they became infected. To Jakob’s dismay, Harper wants to live—at least until the fetus she is carrying comes to term. At the hospital, she witnessed infected mothers give birth to healthy babies and believes hers will be fine too. . . if she can live long enough to deliver the child.

Convinced that his do-gooding wife has made him sick, Jakob becomes unhinged, and eventually abandons her as their placid New England community collapses in terror. The chaos gives rise to ruthless Cremation Squads—armed, self-appointed posses roaming the streets and woods to exterminate those who they believe carry the spore. But Harper isn’t as alone as she fears: a mysterious and compelling stranger she briefly met at the hospital, a man in a dirty yellow fire fighter’s jacket, carrying a hooked iron bar, straddles the abyss between insanity and death. Known as The Fireman, he strolls the ruins of New Hampshire, a madman afflicted with Dragonscale who has learned to control the fire within himself, using it as a shield to protect the hunted . . . and as a weapon to avenge the wronged.

In the desperate season to come, as the world burns out of control, Harper must learn the Fireman’s secrets before her life—and that of her unborn child—goes up in smoke.

My Thoughts:

I heard a lot of good things about Nos4A2 so when I saw that this book by the same author sitting on my library’s New Books shelf I snapped it up. I have mixed feelings about it and while I can’t say I loved it, I also didn’t hate it. It was a solid 3-3.5 star read to me.

I never came to ever really like the character, the Fireman. I thought maybe he was going to grow on me as the book went on but nope. I admired him for helping the child, Nick, and then looking after Harper since she helped them out but other than that he was mostly bland with a few servings of being a jerk tossed in. That said despite the title, most of the story revolved around Harper and she was an interesting character. She occasionally did some obviously stupid things which irked me at times but other than that I felt I could sympathize with her plight.

The premise was fascinating though. With all the talk about crazy experiments various governments are doing to develop the ultimate weapon it had me thinking maybe that’s where this virus started. I can only imagine the sort of panic something like this would cause and it makes you wonder how would you react in the same situation. The book did drag at times but at the same time I didn’t want to stop reading because I wanted to find out what happened in the end. What really make this a meh book for me despite reading it in just 3 sittings was the ending. I felt like I invested over 700 pages of reading and wanted an end that wowed me but it was really a let down. I was disappointed that there wasn’t more because I saw the ending coming and thought there would be some sort of twist but there wasn’t.

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Cover Reveal: The Rule Maker by Jennifer Blackwood

December 16th, 2016 by Debbie's World of Books

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Cover Design : L.J. Anderson / Mayhem Designs

Model: Kamil Nizinski

Release Date: January 16, 2017

Synopsis:

Ten Steps to Surviving a New Job:

1. Don’t sleep with the client. It’ll get you fired. (Sounds easy enough.)

2. Don’t blink when new client turns out to be former one-night stand.

3. Don’t call same client a jerk for never texting you back.

4. Don’t believe client when he says he really, really wanted to call.

5. Remember, the client is always right—so you can’t junk punch him when he demands new design after new design.

6. Ignore accelerated heartbeat every time sexy client walks into room.

7. Definitely ignore client’s large hands. They just mean he wears big gloves.

8. Don’t let client’s charm wear you down. Be strong.

9. Whatever you do, don’t fall for the client. You’ll lose more than your job—maybe even your heart.

10. If all else fails, see rule number one again.

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One ARC for The Rule Maker & $10 Amazon Gift Card

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About the Author

Jennifer Blackwood is an English teacher and contemporary romance author. She lives in Oregon with her husband, son, and poorly behaved black lab puppy. When she isn’t writing or teaching, she’s binging on Veronica Mars episodes and white cheddar popcorn.

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Review: Only Mine by Susan Mallery

December 15th, 2016 by Debbie's World of Books

Only Mine by Susan Mallery

Source: Purchased

Publication date: July 26, 2011

Publisher: HQN

Series: Fool’s Gold #4

Rating: ★★★★½

About the Book:

You can’t win if you don’t play…

Her town’s lack of men may make headlines, but it isn’t news to Dakota Hendrix. The beautiful blonde has bigger problems to deal with, such as overseeing the romance reality competition filming in Fool’s Gold. Screening eligible bachelors is a difficult enough task, but Dakota hits an unexpected snag when a sexy stranger comes to town.

Finn Anderssen will do anything to keep his twin brothers—the perfect contestants—off the show. Despite Dakota’s better judgment, she finds herself drawn to the mysterious outsider. Like her, Finn knows about heartbreak and how a family can fall apart, so she doesn’t dare to hope for anything more than a fling. After all, even in the Land of Happy Endings, finding true love is never as easy as it looks on TV.

My Thoughts:

It’s been awhile since I’ve read a Fool’s Gold book and I love this series so when I wasn’t feeling well and wanted an easy, funny and heartwarming read I decided I needed to revisit Fool’s Gold. I had Only Mine sitting on my shelf but haven’t read it yet so it was just what I needed.

I knew Dakota since I’ve read a lot of the books later in the series so I already knew I loved her. Her sense of humor and especially her interactions with her mother had me laughing out loud. She was so level headed which was a nice foil to Finn’s rather emotional character. It was actually nice to see the heroine being the voice of reason and the hero being the high strung character.

I didn’t recall Finn very well so it was like meeting him for the first time and like I mentioned it was interesting to see him being such an emotional character. When we first meet him I really wanted to tell him to take a chill pill. Being a parent myself I can feel some of his frustration but at the same time it seemed so obvious he was pushing his brothers away. Still he did win me over as I watched him with baby Hannah because how can you not love a man who is good with kids?

Still, while I liked Finn Dakota was who made me fall in love with this story. My heart broke for her when we find out her chances of having a baby were slim to none. I was rooting for a miracle for her the entire book and while things go exactly as planned I still loved how it ended. This was definitely the perfect pick me up, feel good read.

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