Blog Tour / Review: "Shell" by Paula Rawsthorne (+ Playlist!)

Blog Tour / Review: "Shell" by Paula Rawsthorne (+ Playlist!)



Hello, book lovers! Welcome to a brand new week and a brand new sparkly book in the form of SHELL. This was such a highly anticipated book for me as a retelling of the famous Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Thank you to Olivia at Scholastic for the amazing opportunity to read this!


Title: Shell
Author:  Paula Rawsthorne
Published: January 4th, 2018
Publisher: Scholastic
Find the Author: Goodreads 

Disclosure: I was sent this book for review by the publisher. As always, my reviews are fair and unbiased.

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What if you thought you had died, only to wake up to find that your brain and eyes had been transplanted into someone else's body? 
When Lucy, a teen diagnosed with terminal cancer wakes up cancer-free, it should be a dream come true. But faced with a life she didn't choose and trapped in a new body, Lucy must face the biggest question of all... 
How far would you go to save the one you love?

First Thoughts... Right from the start, I knew Shell was something I was going to LOVE. I am a huge fan of retellings and especially the type that are done with subtle plot changes that weave into a complete mystery. And YES, I did read this THREE times! (People have been asking since seeing my tweets, and it's so, so true.)

My Review... Shell panned out so different than I thought (in a quite brilliant and perfect way) and that was just the start of the incredible story that awaits. Lucy has been sick for a really long time with Cancer. She's giving up, nothing working anymore and feeling truly tired and sick. She misses the life that she used to have when she was well, and stuck in a hospital bed feels like the last place she will ever see. But then, she has a bad moment in hospital and thinks she's died. Surely she has. But then she wakes up, being asked tons of curious questions and feeling different. Then she's told her cancer is gone. First, she thinks it's some kind of miracle. But then she sees the reflection of someone. . .and it's her. But it's not Lucy's face that she sees staring back at her. She sees someone else - and she is stuck in their body. 
Forced to pretend to be Renee and say goodbye to Lucy forever to avoid questions from the risky and illegal procedure, Lucy is only herself in secret with her Parents. She can't tell her best friend, or Grandmother, despite being shunned by them as her new self. School is different as someone else now, newly taken in by the popular girls that wanted nothing to do with her when she was Lucy, and thrown into a life quite different from her own. But she can't let go of the fact that she doesn't know whose body she is in, or the strangeness that surrounds her because of it. When darker things start to unravel, Lucy is forced to question what she would do to survive. 
So. Many. Wow. Moments. This book! I can't get over just how complex, smart and truly gripping Shell was. Paula's writing is truthful and Lucy's voice is wise and so real. This whole story is ethereal and ingenious. It had so many twists that I didn't see coming at all, and I'm usually so good at seeing the plot twist before it happens. I can't give this book enough love. I hardly reread books when I have such a tight reviewing schedule and that should show you just how amazing I thought Shell was. Huge five stars!


About The Author:
Paula Rawsthorne is the award-winning author of Blood Tracks and The Truth about Celia Frost. She first found success when she won the BBC National ‘Get Writing’ competition with her prize-winning story read on Radio 4. She has also been a winner of SCBWI’s ‘Undiscovered Voices. She is passionate about enthusing teenagers to get reading and is a writer in residence in a secondary school for the national literacy charity ‘First Story’. SHELL is her third novel for young adults. You can buy SHELL here.

 
SHELL Playlist

For my Blog Tour date, I really wanted to create a SHELL themed playlist! I love making them (as many of my readers will know!) and this was no exception. I made it on Spotify, so if you're interested in listening to any of these while reading your copy of Shell, the link is below!



Playlist breakdown:
Rescue My Heart is the song I had playing in my head throughout Shell so I had to add it in there. Farewell is definitely the song for Lucy and her best friend Makayla. Heartbeats has the lyrics that instantly made me think of Lucy when she first woke up and realized who she was now. Killing Me To Love You is all about Lucy trying to prove that she is comfortable being Renee and loving her new body despite having issues with it. Only You gets me every time and it fits so many of the scenes throughout Shell. Is There Somewhere is melodic and fitted those kind of moments when Lucy was lost. Monsters is another one of those songs I had in my head - it's like Lucy felt she was a monster. Strong is like Lucy's song. She felt caught in the middle of being alive, but not wanting to live as someone else. Angels is the song I knew would fit during the first few chapters of Shell and you'll know why when you read those beginning parts. Empty is how Lucy felt as Renee, through and through, along with I Can't Breathe. Finally, In My Dreams is the kind of song that melts into the moments when Lucy was having dreams/nightmares about her new body (although it doesn't quite fit). 


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Bookstagram Hacks #1 | How To Become A PRO at Instagram

Bookstagram Hacks #1 | How To Become A PRO at Instagram



Bookstagram Hacks #1
Bookstagram is hard. It’s a lot of hard work, dedication and the amount of skill that goes into every picture is limitless. Whether you’re a book blogger, author, or just a book lover, you’ll know the pressure of making every single picture flawless. I’ve had my fair share of ups and downs when it comes to photography and books, whether it’s feeling like a bookish failure or not knowing what filter is going to match my feed. When I was starting out, I wish I had known some of these hacks and tricks that I’ve learnt along the way. So I put together this post in an effort to help out anyone who wants to be a little better at Bookstagram! I’m in no way an expert, but I hope these tricks and hacks will help! This is part one of a new series I’ll be doing on Bookstagram!

Filters
It’s difficult to know what filter is perfectly suited to you. I personally use VSCO, a free app (with in-app purchases for upgrades, which I don’t use) and have a custom-made one adjusted that I copy-and-paste onto all my pictures to make them fluid and match up. Below are some custom filters that I’ve put together for you!

First up we have Rosehip, a rosy-tinted filter with stunning elements.

Second, there’s Cocoa, a warm-and-golden filter that screams autumnal.

And third, I made one of my favourites called Fireflies. It’s bright and clean and everything you could want if you’re into minimalism.

These filters are completely free to use and make on the VSCO app. I used only free elements so that anyone can create it for themselves! If you do make it on one of your pictures, do let me know! I’d love to see it. But please, don’t claim these filters as your own. No need for credit on any posts, just a little consideration.

Hashtags
Hashtags make all the difference. It’s how people on Instagram find your posts if they’re not following you. For example, it can connect two people who both use the hashtag #bookstagram and connect them, so that they like each others posts or follow each other. It’s how I found a lot of my Instagram friends by following the certain hashtags. By tagging certain ones in your post, it can also attract a lot of attention. That way, your likes and followers can go up and you can feel satisfied that your hard work has paid off! Remember, it’s always nice if you do like a picture in return. That’s the community of Bookstagram in a whole—they support each other’s posts.
Below, I’ve pasted some of the most searched for and highly sought after hashtags. Feel free to use these to boost your posts!

#books #book #bookworm #booklover #bibliophile #reading #booknerd #instabook #bookaholic #bookporn #read #igreads #bookish #bookaddict #booklove #instabooks #booknerdigans #bookphotography #love #currentlyreading #yalit #bookshelf #reader #booklovers #vscocam #ilovebooks #goodreads #literature #ya #BookTitleHere

Interaction
Finally, if you’re expecting fans and followers without any effort or interaction, you’re definitely not going in the right direction! Bookstagram is a community full of book lovers that want you to reach out, share your thoughts and comments! It’s always lovely to meet new people and discuss books. Sharing a like and comment can lead to further opportunities for your own Bookstagram and boosts others. These small back-and-forth actions over time can work out amazingly in your favour.
Comment ideas if you’re stuck, can be:

Beautiful picture!

I loved this book! What did you think?

Simple emojis: 😊😍💜

I haven’t read this book. What is it like?

Thank you for sharing this picture!

Where did you get ____ from? I love it! 


Join me next month for my Bookstagram Hacks #2 when I'll be discussing props, follower apps and how to plan out your feed using my favourite FREE apps!

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Book Review: "Meet Cute: Some People Are Destined to Meet" by Jennifer L. Armentrout & Various Authors

Book Review: "Meet Cute: Some People Are Destined to Meet" by Jennifer L. Armentrout & Various Authors



Title: Meet Cute
Authors:  
Published: January 2nd, 2018
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Find the Author: Goodreads 

Disclosure: I was sent this book for review by the publisher. As always, my reviews are fair and unbiased.

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Whether or not you believe in fate, or luck, or love at first sight, every romance has to start somewhere. MEET CUTE is an anthology of original short stories featuring tales of "how they first met" from some of today’s most popular YA authors. 
Readers will experience Nina LaCour's beautifully written piece about two Bay Area girls meeting via a cranky customer service Tweet, Sara Shepard's glossy tale about a magazine intern and a young rock star, Nicola Yoon's imaginative take on break-ups and make-ups, Katie Cotugno's story of two teens hiding out from the police at a house party, and Huntley Fitzpatrick's charming love story that begins over iced teas at a diner. There’s futuristic flirting from Kass Morgan and Katharine McGee, a riveting transgender heroine from Meredith Russo, a subway missed connection moment from Jocelyn Davies, and a girl determined to get out of her small town from Ibi Zoboi. Jennifer Armentrout writes a sweet story about finding love from a missing library book, Emery Lord has a heartwarming and funny tale of two girls stuck in an airport, Dhonielle Clayton takes a thoughtful, speculate approach to pre-destined love, and Julie Murphy dreams up a fun twist on reality dating show contestants. 
This incredibly talented group of authors brings us a collection of stories that are at turns romantic and witty, epic and everyday, heartbreaking and real.
First Thoughts...When I saw that these authors - these AMAZING writers - were coming out with a book together, not only that, but it was called Meet Cute (one of my favourite plot devices and all-round words), I flipped! I was lucky enough to get a copy on NetGalley and ordered my hardback copy alongside it to support these incredible authors. 

My Review...In the mood for a feel-good story (so, always) I picked up my iPad to read Meet Cute early this year, immersed in the New Year of books ahead. It's clear from the beginning that these stories are full of whip-smart, lovable characters who are discovering something new and magical in the world with someone else: love. I won't do a mini-review of every book in the anthology (gosh, can you imagine how long that review would be?!) but I will be saying my favourite things about the book as a whole, of which there were many. 
The stories, 
depicted as the beginnings of how they met, are the stories of YA dreams. Not only are they achingly beautiful - in particular Nina LaCour, Huntley Fitzpatrick, Emery Lord and Jennifer Armentrout's stories - but they're meaningful, frank and oh-so-realistic. I'm also super proud that Meredith Russo wrote a trans heroine for her story in Meet Cute, and that the authors showed the ups-and-downs of breaking up, that love had no bounds in futuristic tales and humorous romances that will make your heart swell. Now, because these stories are short and involve an "instant connection" meaning a Meet Cute, there is the dreaded insta-love. But you know what? It's the good kind of insta-love. The kind that is really believable. I could honestly imagine this is how some people - soulmates and true love - actually meet and fall in love in an instant, fleeting moment.
Overall, Meet Cute is as magical as it sounds. Each story holds something momentous and epic, a love story for the ages. I couldn't fault any of the unique spins on Meet Cute's, or any of the ways that they panned out. This is truly such a breath of fresh air, the perfect weekend read and equally welcome book for fans of sweet YA romances with sparkling beginnings. A huge five stars!




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Book Review: "A Taxonomy of Love" by Rachael Allen

Book Review: "A Taxonomy of Love" by Rachael Allen





Title: A Taxonomy of Love
Author: Rachael Allen
Published: January 9th, 2017
Publisher: Amulet Books
Find the Author: Goodreads 

Disclosure: I was sent this book for review by the publisher. As always, my reviews are fair and unbiased.

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The moment Spencer meets Hope the summer before seventh grade, it’s . . . something at first sight. He knows she’s special, possibly even magical. The pair become fast friends, climbing trees and planning world travels. After years of being outshone by his older brother and teased because of his Tourette syndrome, Spencer finally feels like he belongs. But as Hope and Spencer get older and life gets messier, the clear label of “friend” gets messier, too.

Through sibling feuds and family tragedies, new relationships and broken hearts, the two grow together and apart, and Spencer, an aspiring scientist, tries to map it all out using his trusty system of taxonomy. He wants to identify and classify their relationship, but in the end, he finds that life doesn’t always fit into easy-to-manage boxes, and it’s this messy complexity that makes life so rich and beautiful.

First Thoughts...Just the cover alone (and I know it's so wrong to just want to read something from the cover, but hear me out) made me want to delve into this endearing little novel. The title, for one, is pretty unique. I like the idea that there's more to the novel than meets the eye and that we'll get to see the main character (and secondary characters) grow over the course of years. 

My Review...So first thing, can I just gush, I AM SO FREAKING HAPPY I READ THIS BOOK. It was all that I wanted and more. And I know you're supposed to save the real, hard-hitting compliments for the end of the review, but I just couldn't wait. It's not just that Spencer - love-able, relatable, curious, has a dream of being a Scientist and is funny - is an amazing main character, it's that he's not defined by his illness. See, Spencer has Tourette syndrome. Yes, he was teased about it and that obviously hurt him a lot, but he's an optimist. Nothing is going to keep him from seeing the brighter things in life. And also a little smitten with his new friend, Hope. She's brilliant, sharp and oh-so-realistic. They have a connection like no other and it's no wonder that over the years of their friendship, lives and journeys together and apart, the label of friend starts to get blurry. 
The world that Spencer and Hope share is a beautiful, yet sometimes messy one. Sometimes they drift apart, then knit together again and can easily come undone. But the main fixture is obviously clear: they are meant to be in each others lives. Through Spencer's taxonomy system, he confides in it's clear-cut image of fitting their relationship into a certain box. But as we grow with Spencer's POV and Hope's, we learn that life doesn't always fit into a certain way or box, but that doesn't mean it's flawed. It's just...life. 
I can't gush about A Taxonomy of Love enough. It's the first book that I've read in 2018 and it was a ride of happy/sad tears, rooting for the beautifully crafted characters and sticking around for an enchanting timeline of love. Overall, this book is unlike any other. I would recommend this to anyone I know. Rachael - you wrote something epic and I can't give you enough credit. FIVE STARS!



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YA January Releases | 2018

YA January Releases | 2018


It's the New Year, and you know what that means...a whole new month of new YA books for our already bursting bookshelves! I've compiled a list of my favourite releases this month and I've been dying to share them with you all. They're all in no particular order. I've included easy one-click links on the titles so you can add them to your Goodreads if you want to read them this month! 


SAY YOU'LL REMEMBER ME
It's no secret that Katie is one of my favourite YA authors of all time. Her books are everything I want in a YA romance: realism, true heart and none of that insta-love that we hate. It's purely amazing Young Adult magic and I can't wait to get my hands on Say You'll Remember Me. 

Out January 30th 2018 by Harlequin Teen. 

BATMAN: NIGHTWALKER
Dun-a-nun-a-nun, BATMAN! Okay, that's literally what everyone is thinking, right?! I am SO. PUMPED. FOR. THIS. Marie Lu is such a fantastic author and so loved in the YA community. She's definitely going to do Bruce Wayne's origin justice. I've already pre-ordered my copy (just waiting on Wordery to dispatch) and I can't wait to get my hands on it! 
Out January 2nd 2018 by Random House Books for Young Readers
MEET CUTE
This cute story is my current read (Netgalley) and I've already ordered my Hardback. That there should show you just how much I am LOVING all these meaningful slivers of YA "meet-cutes". If you don't know what a Meet Cute is, then I can explain! In movies, books and television, a meet cute is a scene/moment when a future romantic couple meets for the first time. I first heard about the term when I was watching The Holiday, and Arthur explains it to Iris. I just think the term is so adorable and I love looking out for the meet cutes in novels. And THESE authors?! PURE MAGIC.

Out  January 2nd 2018 by HMH Books for Young Readers
THE CRUEL PRINCE
Nobody does fae better than Holly Black. I keep seeing The Cruel Prince everywhere and I'm so glad I managed to snag a Signed Copy on Waterstones the other day. It's truly such a beautiful book and I can't wait to delve into the story. If you're a fan of Fae, dark tales and Fantasy (like me!), this is perfect for you. What's better? It's already out! 
Out January 2nd 2018 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
EVERLESS
I can't wait for Amazon to deliver my copy of Everless. I was supposed to get it today, but there must have been some kind of delay because I ordered it ages ago. I keep seeing it everywhere (like The Cruel Prince) and the plot just looks so unique and interesting. I'm loving both covers of it, but the white one has to be my favourite (the one that everyone pretty much has). If you've already had the chance to read this, I'm so jealous! 

Out January 2nd 2018 by HarperTeen

THE HAZEL WOOD

Another day, another deliciously dark novel. In The Hazel Wood, there's a dark fairy-tale spin on Fantasy and I am SO. READY. FOR. IT. I know a few people who have already read it in advance and they loved it. I haven't read anything quite like it in a while, so I definitely have grabby-book hands for it. I can't wait for this one!
Out  January 30th 2018 by Flatiron Books








So there's my favourite January releases of 2018! 

Are you looking forward to any of the same books as me?

Got another bookish suggestion for next months Releases post?

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Book Review: "Zenith" by Sasha Alsberg & Lindsay Cummings

Book Review: "Zenith" by Sasha Alsberg & Lindsay Cummings


Title: Zenith (The Androma Saga #1)
Author: Sasha Alsberg & Lindsay Cummings
Published: January 11th, 2018
Publisher: HQ
Rating: 🐱🐱🐱🐱
Find the Author: Goodreads and Goodreads
Disclosure: I was sent this book for review. As always, my reviews are fair and unbiased.

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From #1 New York Times bestselling author duo Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings comes the first book in The Androma Saga, full of action, fantastical intrigue and steamy star-crossed romance. 
Most know Androma Racella as the Bloody Baroness, a powerful mercenary whose reign of terror stretches across the Mirabel Galaxy. To those aboard her glass starship, Marauder, however, she's just Andi, their friend and fearless leader. But when a routine mission goes awry, the Marauder's all-girl crew is tested as they find themselves in a treacherous situation—and at the mercy of a sadistic bounty hunter from Andi's past.  
Meanwhile, across the galaxy, a ruthless ruler waits in the shadows of the planet Xen Ptera, biding her time to exact revenge for the destruction of her people. The pieces of her deadly plan are about to fall into place, unleashing a plot that will tear Mirabel in two. Andi and her crew embark on a dangerous, soul-testing journey that could restore order to their ship—or just as easily start a war that will devour worlds. As the Marauder hurtles toward the unknown, and Mirabel hangs in the balance, the only certainty is that in a galaxy run on lies and illusion, no one can be trusted.

First Thoughts...When I first heard of Zenith, it was from the sneak-peek and I just KNEW I wanted to read it. Lindsay is highly regarded as an incredible author (I own around 2 of her books from The Murder Complex series, but haven't read them yet) and Sasha is a famous booktuber. They both have this cool connection where they've wrote this book together and you can definitely see that they've bounced ideas off each other for this extremely interesting novel series. I actually asked for an advance copy of Zenith because of my connections to HQ (you're all amazing!!) and that I was metaphorically dying to read it. Luckily, I was lucky to read it late last year!

My Review...I went into Zenith with the hopes that it might be a The 100 type of book, but it's actually pretty hardcore. The main-main (you'll get what I mean soon) character is Andi, a.k.a. Androma, and she's also known as the Bloody Baroness. She doesn't spare anyone (as her name tells) and her mercenary skill reeks terror throughout the Mirabel Galaxy. But there's another side to Andi. She's not always serious and brooding, but part of the Marauder starship as their leader. But then disaster strikes, and they find themselves thrown into the wave of chaos and at the hands of a familiar face to Andi - a bounty hunter from her illusive past. 
But that's not even where the excitement ends. Among the Galaxy, there are other planets with cruel, merciless leaders that we get the chance to delve into the minds of, hell-bent on retribution. The characters - a skillful, at times underdeveloped (some of the characters I didn't care much for, but there are others I loved) and tightly-knitted bunch, are what drives Zenith to a glorious and intergalactic adventure. 
I had heard mixed reviews on Goodreads about Zenith, but you know, like I always say: always give a book a chance. I've got to say, I really liked Zenith! And I love these authors! They have a certain something when they write together and I can see this becoming a huge hit with YA Science Fiction readers. It has a definite Star Wars outline and pacing, so fans of the movies will most likely love reading Zenith, for it's suspense and action. 
Overall, Zenith is an imaginative novel to start the Saga and I'd definitely pick up the next in the series! It's ingenious and well-paced and if you're a fan of Lindsay's other books, you'll be picking this up as soon as it's out in stores. 4 stars!


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Book Review: "Coldmaker" by Daniel A. Cohen

Book Review: "Coldmaker" by Daniel A. Cohen



Title: Coldmaker
Author: Daniel A. Cohen
Published: November 2nd, 2017
Publisher: Harper Voyager 
Rating: 🐱🐱🐱🐱
Find the Author: Goodreads 

Disclosure: I was sent this book for review. As always, my reviews are fair and unbiased.

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Eight hundred years ago, the Jadans angered the Crier. In punishment, the Crier took their Cold away, condemning them to a life of enslavement in a world bathed in heat.

Or so the tale goes. 

During the day, as the Sun blazes over his head, Micah leads the life of any Jadan slave, running errands through the city of Paphos at the mercy of the petty Nobles and ruthless taskmasters.

But after the evening bells have tolled and all other Jadans sleep, Micah escapes into the night in search of scraps and broken objects, which once back inside his barracks he tinkers into treasures.

However, when a mysterious masked Jadan publicly threatens Noble authority, a wave of rebellion ripples through the city.
With Paphos plunged into turmoil, Micah’s secret is at risk of being exposed. And another, which has been waiting hundreds of years to be found, is also on the verge of discovery…
The secret of Cold.

First Thoughts... If you've been following my blog, you'll have seen my Q&A with Daniel in late December. I had so much fun having him on Pretty Little Memoirs and introducing an awesome author to you all before I review the book. Coldmaker sounded like a fresh, music-to-my-ears idea when I was first offered the opportunity to read it so that was ultimately what first drew me in. But that cover, more so in person! How gorgeous.

My Review... Micah's life is the same as any other Jadan, the slaves of his world. The Jadan's have been the slaves of the world for over eight hundred years. Since that day, so the tale tells, they stole away the Cold. It's almost as a weapon, from a metaphoric point of view, stolen away and replaced with only scorching heat that hangs over the Jadan's heads every day. Micah works through Paphos, a city he does jobs for the Nobles in. They're harsh and taxing, the poor Jadan's at their feet. But unknown to them, after everyone has done for the day, Micah unleashes his secret. He scavenges for broken and unused items from the day and tinkers them into something wonderful. Something he's hoping will save them all. 
But like all good things, Micah's secret tinkering faces an end as a strange Jadan appears on the scene, threatening everything Micah holds dear in Paphos as a rebellion begins between the Nobles and Jadan's, turning the city into chaos and disaster. With his secret on the line, he's thrown into a mess that's been waiting hundreds of years to be discovered that might just shatter every rule and tale that the Jadan's know of. 
Just wow. The pure skill and delivery of the world-building in Coldmaker is sheer brilliant. I could almost imagine the air thick with immense heat, rivers boiling and desperate for cold to break the never-ending heat. Micah was a stand-out character; young but wise, and as we follow other characters later on in the book, they glide into the pages with ease, making for an epic storyworld. I don't read a lot of High Fantasy books, but even when I do or have known of them, Coldmaker is one of the most unique, stand-out books of it's genre. I got some Hunger Games vibes and the same kind of system as books such as Divergent, and you know how much I loved those series! Overall, Coldmaker is a one-of-a-kind four star read with bold characters, incredible interesting plot and perfect pacing. I'm really hoping there's more to this world and that I can read more of the series! I'd definitely recommend it to YA fans of Fantasy or Dystopia. You have to read this, book lovers! If you're missing your favourite dystopia series', this one is sure to be the next hit for you.



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