ARC Review: Into the Dim by Janet B. Taylor

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synWhen fragile, sixteen-year-old Hope Walton loses her mom to an earthquake overseas, her secluded world crumbles. Agreeing to spend the summer in Scotland, Hope discovers that her mother was more than a brilliant academic, but also a member of a secret society of time travelers. Trapped in the twelfth century in the age of Eleanor of Aquitaine, Hope has seventy-two hours to rescue her mother and get back to their own time. Along the way, her path collides with that of a mysterious boy who could be vital to her mission . . . or the key to Hope’s undoing. Addictive, romantic, and rich with historical detail, Into the Dim is an Outlander for teens.

review3.5/5 Stars 

***I recieved this eARC as a gift in exchange for an honest review via NetGalley & HMH Books for Young Readers.

I was crazy excited for this story. Eleanor of Aquitaine is one of my favorite historical figures, so naturally when I saw this time travel set in the 12th century, I zoomed in on my favorite lady and HAD to have it. That being said, Into the Dim is an enjoyable read. Full of phobias, secrets, intrigue, danger, Tesla science, and romance, Into the Dim will keep you captivated and wanting. 

READ THIS BOOK IF:

  • You’re into historical fiction but the light kind. Diet edition. 
  • You’re intrigued by the science behind time travel.
  • You love accents.
  • Mysteries are your playground.

PROS:

  • Despite the first section of the book, I couldn’t forget the story. I wanted to know what happened, if Hope would rescue her mother, the budding relationship with Bran, the reason behind Celia’s vengeance, etc. There were questions that needed answers that propelled me forward. 
  • Diversity. I LOVED LOVED LOVED Phoebe and Doug. Their characters NEED to be explored. Phoebe is outspoken, crazy, wonderful, and Doug is a genius, a little nerdy, and all around adorable. Their romance, man, I lived for those scenes. Swoon. Collum. Why, oh why, wasn’t there more of him? I had my fingers crossed that the tiny spark brewing between him and Hope would manifest because, well, he’s strong, determined, passionate, and oh so serious. Heavy sigh. 
  • Hope is interesting. She’s bursting with knowledge, at little bit of a know it all because of her perfect memory, but still insecure and sheltered. Hope doesn’t know how useful and strong she can be because she gives into her phobias. She definitely grows on you. As she adjusts to her new life, she gains courage and opens up. She becomes stronger because of her troubles. Sometimes, there’s a wisp of lighthearted comedy between her and Bran that is engaging and endearing, though not often enough. 
  • The concept itself is wonderful. Rival time traveling families, Tesla science, artifacts, learning the times to collect bits of history. The tragedies. Oh, the earth-shattering, heart-breaking tragedies. 
  • The danger is heart-stopping intense. Sword fighting, anxiety, foreboding, it’s all there, keeping you on edge. 

CONS:

  • The balance is off. There wasn’t enough establishment of life in the 12th century to get a full picture. It was more about the actions of others. While there are threads of what it was like during the time, poor treatment of Jews, rise of the church, crime, etc., the magnificence that was Eleanor of Aquitaine was muted. 
  • Explanation of ley lines, Tesla science, and lodestones was weak. If I didn’t already know about ley lines and lodestones from other time travel novels, I would have been pretty confused. 
  • “Twists” were predictable. There are so many clues pointing to them that they feel obvious and it’s frustrating how long it takes the main characters to figure it out. 
  • Secondary characters were intriguing, unique, and I wanted so much more from them but their time was taken up by Hope’s obsession with Bran and her internal struggles with the “curse” of her eidetic memory and claustrophobia. 

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ARC Review: Worlds of Ink and Shadow-Lena Coakley

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synCharlotte, Branwell, Emily, and Anne. The Brontë siblings have always been inseparable. After all, nothing can bond four siblings quite like life in an isolated parsonage out on the moors. Their vivid imaginations lend them escape from their strict upbringing, actually transporting them into their created worlds: the glittering Verdopolis and the romantic and melancholy Gondal. But at what price? As Branwell begins to slip into madness and the sisters feel their real lives slipping away, they must weigh the cost of their powerful imaginations, even as their characters—the brooding Rogue and dashing Duke of Zamorna—refuse to let them go.

Gorgeously written and based on the Brontës’ juvenilia, Worlds of Ink & Shadow brings to life one of history’s most celebrated literary families.

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***I received this eARC as a gift in exchange for an honest review via NetGalley & Abbrams/Amulet Books

Anyone who knows me well, knows that I have an absurd, almost neurotic obsession with the Brontës, more specifically, Anne. When I saw the Brontë tagline, I had to have it. I nearly convulsed with excitement. Who am I kidding? I was positively giddy. Immediately, from the very first sentence, I was held captive by this stunning glimpse into the Brontë childhood and their marvelous, fanciful stories. Imaginary worlds, magic, folklore, and history all combine for a lovely re-imagining of the famous Brontë siblings. 

PROS:

  • That dark, almost Gothic Victorian feeling is in abundance. You’ll feel like you’ve been transported into a Brontë or Austen novel. The rich, dreary scenery and melancholy is quite a diversion. 
  • Verdopolis and Gondal are mesmerizing, exhilarating worlds full of intrigue, scandal, and villains. Just the sort of seedy, criminal underworlds and upper-class mischief that sweeps you up into the story. Rogue is a suave rascal, full of gruff comments and spur of the moment adventures. Think Captain Hook. 
  • The underlying folklore aspect and magic is a compelling twist that will keep you guessing. 
  • Each POV is unique. You see the Wuthering Heights in Emily’s devilish attraction to danger and the rush she gets at the corruption. Matters of the heart and soul are her forte. She’s a vivacious and excitable young girl full of wonder and imagination. Charlotte is a bit stuck up and proud. She knows she has skill and feels jilted that her brother gets all the attention. At the same time, she’s a major control freak. All of these quirks you’ll find parallel the true Charlotte and more. Anne is perceptive, realistic, and reigns in the insanity <3. Branwell was a surprise. Many people dismiss his talents and forget about him. I was rapt at Branwell’s gritty and adventurous storylines. All in all, Lena Coakley did a stellar job channeling all the Brontë spirit and personality. The complex and layer relationships between siblings were full of subtle understanding and love. 

CONS:

  • Because the story is told from four different POVs it moves a little slowly; that, on top of the fact that they live on a moor without much to do besides menial tasks or escaping into their fantasy worlds. 
  • A lot of the story is bickering and jealousy between the siblings (mainly Branwell and Charlotte). Topics that could have been explored, like Branwell’s overwhelming sense of responsibility and pressure or Charlotte’s heartbreak that she’d never be able to succeed in a male profession were brief and quickly jumped over for the next subject. 
  • There’s a big disconnect between the worlds the Brontës create and reality, even through they function within and around one another. Each Brontë has an affinity towards an imaginary character that sort of pops up all of a sudden and becomes important. It was difficult to make a solid emotional connection to most of the Brontës because the story flipped back and forth without delving into their passions beyond the imaginary world and subtle favoritism among siblings. 

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ARC Review & Giveaway: Wolf by Wolf-Ryan Graudin

 

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“Once upon a different time, there was a girl who lived in a kingdom of death. Wolves howled up her arm. A whole pack of them–made of tattoo ink and pain, memory and loss. It was the only thing about her that ever stayed the same. Her story begins on a train.”

And so begins the story of Yael, a girl who can change her appearance to mimic any other female. A girl who must win a 20,000 kilometer cross-continental motorcycle race from Germania to Tokyo so that she can have an audience with Adolf Hitler. A girl who has every intention of killing him.

Whenever I describe the premise of WOLF BY WOLF to people, the reactions I get are quite similar. It’s the “are-you-insane-or-are-you-onto-something” face: dropped jaw, squiggly eyebrows. I must admit, I felt many of those same feelings when I first started penning Yael’s story. Alternate history + sci-fi + epic motorcycle journey felt like a strange recipe for a novel. But I pushed through my fears and kept writing, and I couldn’t be happier with the result. I, for one, don’t think I’m insane, but I’ll let you, dear reader, come up with your own conclusion.

Happy reading!

Ryan Graudin

synCode Name Verity meets Inglourious Basterds in this fast-paced novel from the author of The Walled City.


The year is 1956, and the Axis powers of the Third Reich and Imperial Japan rule the world. To commemorate their Great Victory over Britain and Russia, Hitler and Emperor Hirohito host the Axis Tour: an annual motorcycle race across their conjoined continents. The victor is awarded an audience with the highly reclusive Adolf Hitler at the Victor’s ball.

Yael, who escaped from a death camp, has one goal: Win the race and kill Hitler. A survivor of painful human experimentation, Yael has the power to skinshift and must complete her mission by impersonating last year’s only female victor, Adele Wolfe. This deception becomes more difficult when Felix, Adele twin’s brother, and Luka, her former love interest, enter the race and watch Yael’s every move. But as Yael begins to get closer to the other competitors, can she bring herself to be as ruthless as she needs to be to avoid discovery and complete her mission? 

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5/5 Stars
***I received this eARC as a gift in exchange for an honest review via NetGalley & Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.
From the first page, Wolf by Wolf is an addictive, compelling, whirlwind of a story. The history nerd in me reached Nirvana. Wolf by Wolf is one of the best books I’ve read, and those of you who follow know that I read hundreds a year. From the sweeping historical rewrite to the adrenaline rush of the motorcycle race that spans continents, Wolf by Wolf has something for everyone and will leave you with an unshakeable book hangover. 
PROS:
  • The opening page. There’s beauty in simplicity. Ryan Graudin jam packs so much into short, compiled sentences that each word hits like a sucker punch. I fell in reader and writer love with that first paragraph and immediately knew that this book would be one of the greats. 
  • Yael is as fierce, brave, and calculated as the wolves she has inked on her body. The trauma and pain she has suffered seems insurmountable but we learn that through memory and determination that we can overcome even the most horrific of pasts. Yael’s time in the camp, the incredible losses she’s went through, everything is ingrained into her very soul and marked on her body, she’ll never forget and it’s through these reminders that she finds the courage and strength to rebel and take on a task more risky than any other. Yael doesn’t let any setbacks break her down, she’s come so far and has been broken but never beaten. She is a lesson in inner strength and perseverance. 
  • The historical rewrite is ingenious, mainly because it could have been. So many elements of the story are bold and brutal, historically on target and put you right in the mad frenzy that was Hitler’s reign. The policing, the camps, the politics, and the terrifying roots of Hitler Youth become a stark reality that is much more real than what you read in history books. One of the sentiments that stayed with me from this story is the coldness of historical memory, the need to reduce people down to numbers so much that we forget the individual. Through Yael, you see every person, every memory, present and memorialized in her tattoos. 
  • Each character, no matter how small, leaves an impression and has their own unique background. The stories of the wolves added levels to Yael’s character, you see how she was built through her union with others and how their experiences changed her life. 
  • THE moment. The critical seconds when Yael meets Hitler face to face. My heart stopped. The anticipation built into an overwhelming and all-consuming beast of anxiety. The emotion is astounding and poignant, every memory, every ounce of pain culminates in a few short seconds.
  • Motorcycles, nefarious tactics, and honor all reign supreme during the Axis Tour. It’s not simply a race but a legacy of political propaganda and competition. The race is full of perilous terrain, vindictive components, and deadly situations. Though it’s stressful and in some part horrifying, there are scenes on the road that are light and playful, it’s a nice balance. 
CONS:
  • The twist was sort of predictable for me but the sheer rush of the scene itself more than made up for it. Even when you know what’s coming, the actual occurrence is more fierce and tense than you could ever imagine.
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Ryan Graudin grew up in Charleston and graduated from the College of Charleston with a degree in Creative Writing in 2009. She is the author of All That Glows and The Walled City. She resides near Charleston with her husband and wolf-dog. You can find her online at http://www.ryangraudin.com.
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Release Day Blitz & Giveaway: Queen of Always-Sherry D. Ficklin

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If her time at court has taught Catherine anything, it’s that there is no room for weakness in Imperial Russia. With the Empress’ health failing and rumors of a change in the line of succession, her place in the royal line is once more in jeopardy. Tormented by her sadistic husband and his venomous mistress, Catherine must once more walk the fine line between pleasure and politics—between scandal and survival.

When her young son becomes the target of those rebelling against Peter’s reign, Catherine will have to rise up to protect herself, her child, and her nation from his unstable and potentially catastrophic rule. This means putting herself at odds with the most dangerous man she’s ever known, trusting those who once proved to be her enemies, and turning a nation against its sovereign. In the ultimate battle for the crown, new alliances will be forged, loyalties will be tested, and blood will be shed.

Don’t miss this breathtaking conclusion to the Stolen Empire series!

Queen of Tomorrow is a YA historical fiction based on the life of young Catherine the Great. Fans of the hit TV show REIGN will devour this scandalous glimpse into the life of one of the most dynamic women in history. 

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Sherry D. Ficklin is a full time writer from Colorado where she lives with her husband, four kids, two dogs, and a fluctuating number of chickens and house guests. A former military brat, she loves to travel and meet new people. She can often be found browsing her local bookstore with a large white hot chocolate in one hand and a towering stack of books in the other. That is, unless she’s on deadline at which time she, like the Loch Ness monster, is only seen in blurry photographs.

She is the author of several novels for teens and young adults and in her spare time she co-hosts the Pop Lit Divas Radio Show.

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Jordan

ARC Review: Vengeance Road-Erin Bowman

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“But the hurt fades with time. You always feel it but it becomes a duller sting, ‘stead of sharp. Course, that’s assuming you don’t ride the road of vengeance.”

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When Kate Thompson’s father is killed by the notorious Rose Riders for a mysterious journal that reveals the secret location of a gold mine, the eighteen-year-old disguises herself as a boy and takes to the gritty plains looking for answers and justice. What she finds are devious strangers, dust storms, and a pair of brothers who refuse to quit riding in her shadow. But as Kate gets closer to the secrets about her family, she gets closer to the truth about herself and must decide if there’s room for love in a heart so full of hate.

In the spirit of True Grit, the cutthroat days of the Wild West come to life for a new generation.cooltext1889171582 copy3.5/5 Stars

***I received this eARC as a gift in exchange for an honest review via NetGalley & HMH Books for Young Readers

READ THIS BOOK IF:

  • You want to be transported back in time to when yellow-bellied outlaws, gold prospectors, and good old-fashioned gunfights were an everyday occurence.
  • You are looking for a fiery, ballsy female protagonist.
  • You DON’T want a romance-centric story.
  • You love Westerns.

PROS:

  • This was my very first YA Western (I think this is sorely lacking in the genre). Immediately I was drawn in and teleported back in time. The dialects, the phrasing, mannerisms, everything was delightful old-fashioned and colorful.
  • Kate is not your typical female lead for a Western. She’s certainly not a demure young girl looking to get hitched. Kate is deadly with her Colt and Winchester, she wears pants, binds her body so that she can pass as a man, and doesn’t take threats from anyone, this girl can hold her own with the best of them. Kate is on a quest for vengeance and is not afraid to kill to make things right. She’s fierce, brave, independent, and doesn’t need anyone to hold her hand. Nothing will defeat her. Despite all the danger (and there’s a lot) she goes in guns blazing. Kate’s love of Little Women endeared her to me. 
  • Lil, the Native American girl who plays a critical part to their survival has some of the most compelling stories about folklore and perspective on the White Eyes (white men) who took over the land. The bigotry against Mexicans, Native Americans and the constant pointing of fingers while taking away rights was eye-opening, especially for those who know the history. Reading it in history books and having the experience through these characters was unbelievable 🙂 
  • The mystery of the journal, the greed for gold, and the sheer violence brought the scenery home. Scoundrels, ladies of the night, outlaws come together in saloons, bringing life to the past. 
  • The Rose gang is violence, sadistic, and heartless. They’re fueled by greed and their hunger for gold. Anyone who gets in their way is taken out and tortured. Some scenes are graphically violent and easy to imagine. You’ll want to kill him yourself. 

CONS:

  • Some sections seem pieced together and randomly thrown in. 
  • It’s kind of remarkable how often they’re able to escape full on gunfire unscathed. 
  • The back story for many of the secondary characters was largely absent. Characters are fleeting and just when they start to get interesting they disappear.
  • Will and Jesse, huge characters have brief moments of revelry that showcase their personalities and then, gone. Their story, their lives as ranchers, cowboys, their parents, etc., it’s all mentioned but not really expanded upon. It was hard to connect to either of them. When things go downhill, what should have been a critical, emotional moment was flat.

Happy reading, 

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ARC Review: Lair of Dreams-Libba Bray

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cooltext1889161239 copyAfter a supernatural showdown with a serial killer, Evie O’Neill has outed herself as a Diviner. Now that the world knows of her ability to “read” objects, and therefore, read the past, she has become a media darling, earning the title, “America’s Sweetheart Seer.” But not everyone is so accepting of the Diviners’ abilities…

Meanwhile, mysterious deaths have been turning up in the city, victims of an unknown sleeping sickness. Can the Diviners descend into the dreamworld and catch a killer?

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***I received this eARC as a gift in exchange for an honest review via NetGalley & Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

 READ THIS BOOK IF:

  • You’re hungering for diversity. Lair of Dreams lights on class issues, politics, disability, abuse (trafficking), racial issues, eugenics, and LGBT relationships. 
  • You love historical fiction or history in general. There are so many important issues raised that you quickly become engrossed in the colloquialisms, manners, expectations. Everything is made of speakeasy lingo and the old time euphoria of the early 1900s. 
  • You’re looking for something creepy crawly and horrific. The mixture of multicultural folklore, ghosts, and governmental coverups will make your skin crawl. 
  • You adore Libba Bray. Each book is a new, wonderful surprise with multidimensional and unique characters set in intriguing places rife with crime and mystery. 

PROS:

  • Diversity galore. Early 1900s beliefs and politics couple with each character. They all have something to overcome and work through. Historical truths like the Chinese Exclusion Act, the rise of the KKK, and raids on underground LGBT clubs all find their place in this unique story. Not only do we get to see conflicts that are relevant and the United States struggles with to this day but you get the different perspectives. From the extremely religious, from the Chinese restaurant owner, from a young gay lover who wants to find his place, and a woman who is hiding from an abusive past. There’s a little bit of everything and you’ll feel for every single character. 
  • Mysteries that started to develop in book one are even more prominent. The clues are everywhere. Everything is connected. The layering is astounding. 
  • The ghosts are out of this world horrifying and totally ghastly, a cross between malicious poltergeist and zombie, between their hunger, the chilling sounds, the music box song, and the general way they skitter and widen their jaws to eat people alive, have fun trying to sleep with the lights off!
  • Evie is far from the focal point. Each character has his or her part. I loved the mix of culture and drama. Romance is on the horizon for each character. It’s messy, complicated, and just when you think you’ve got it figured out, another twist is thrown in. 
  • The dreamwalker world is intensely detailed and vibrant. You can picture everything and here, the emotions are larger. Desire meets desperation and happiness goes from total ecstasy to utter devastation. It’s a rocky, bittersweet, and often scary place. 
  • Ling and Henry quickly became my favorite characters. Their situations are fueled by haunting encounters, desire, and a strong thirst for freedom from the oppressive gaze of society. Ling is unexpected. A young girl with a disability that she won’t let rule her, she pushes past the bullies and the bigots, she uses her brain and things of science, working on becoming a future famous inventor. Henry’s past is intoxicating. His life on the bayou, his romance, the strict upbringing all took me by surprise. 
  • Sam. You can never really know a person. Just when you thought that Sam was an insufferable flirt with fast hands and a tendency to rob people blind, always looking for the next con, the past comes out like a slap to the face. Suddenly Sam has all this hidden depth that you don’t quite know what to do with. His hurt, confusion, and determination all center on his missing mother. He’s got feelings, true, brutal emotions that lurk just under the surface of his carefree attitude. 

CONS:

  • There are even more character POV swaps than the last book. Though all engrossing stories with their own contributions to the plot, it can be a little overwhelming, especially in a book 600-odd pages. The constantly flip-flopping back and forth actually left way more questions than answers. 
  • It took ages for the clues to build up to the point of uncovering the truth. For a novel that is set during a time span of less than a month, it felt much longer. 

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Review: The Conspiracy of Us-Maggie Hall

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cooltext1889161239 copyA fast-paced international escapade, laced with adrenaline, glamour, and romance–perfect for fans of Ally Carter.

Avery West’s newfound family can shut down Prada when they want to shop in peace, and can just as easily order a bombing when they want to start a war. Part of a powerful and dangerous secret society called the Circle, they believe Avery is the key to an ancient prophecy. Some want to use her as a pawn. Some want her dead. To unravel the mystery putting her life in danger, Avery must follow a trail of clues from the monuments of Paris to the back alleys of Istanbul with two boys who work for the Circle—beautiful, volatile Stellan and mysterious, magnetic Jack. But as the clues expose a stunning conspiracy that might plunge the world into World War 3, she discovers that both boys are hiding secrets of their own. Now she will have to choose not only between freedom and family–but between the boy who might help her save the world, and the one she’s falling in love with.

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The Conspiracy of Us is a thrilling mystery rich in historical puzzles and political intrigue. Part treasure hunt and wild goose chase, The Conspiracy of Us is a whirlwind of adrenaline, violence, and pageantry.

PROS:

  • The historical reference to Alexander the Great, Egypt, and the trek across the world scrambling for clues was colorful and engaging. Glimpses of Paris, Istanbul, and other countries were a cultural explosion of light. The 12 houses, their symbols, the genetics, it all combined for layers of lies, deceit, and mystery that gave the story a very Da Vinci Code
  • Stellan, be still my Slav loving heart! Deadly, semi-vicious, enigmatic, Stellan has a bad boy image with dazzling good looks. Underneath the deadly exterior is a playful flirt whose emotions are sporadic. One moment hot, the next murderous, you never know quite what you’re going to get. Besides his mystique, Stellan is after Avery’s heart. It goes beyond the questionable nature of her heritage, the pet name he gives her, the accent, his love for his sister will melt your heart.
  • Luc was a pleasant surprise of a character. He’s got flair and style, he’s charismatic and deep, there’s something about him that you can relate to.
  • There was a twist that took a supernatural turn that was so unexpected that it left me reeling, had no idea where it came from. THAT ENDING.

CONS:

  • Plot clues were blatant and so obvious that it was easy to stay steps ahead of the characters (for the most part). Parts that should have shocked fell flat because there were so many clues. At the same time, the clues left by Emerson were bare bones hints that were near impossible to sift through. How Avery and Jack make sense of them is a tad farfetched and oddly enough, too simple.
  • Avery lacked development. There wasn’t a lot of personal or emotional information about her. I had a hard time connecting with her because so much of who she is as a person was missing. I had several questions about this mysterious, closed-off girl that were left unanswered. Avery’s likes and dislikes, her passions were left out and it made it difficult to attach a distinct personality to her character.
  • Chemistry between Avery and Jack was off. Their actions are overwhelming and disconnected. The extent of Avery’s feelings and the escalation didn’t add up, there wasn’t substantial build up or even instalove…It just was and it seemed random.

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