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Review: “The Only City Left” by Andy Goldman

“The Only City Left” by Andy Goldman

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Released on: 17 July 2014
I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.

Description: Eighteen-year-old Allin Arcady only wants one thing: to reach the Roof of the World and see the Sun for the first time in his life. The problem is, he’s lost in the depths of the ruined planet-city called Earth, fleeing the horrors of his past.

When his past catches up to him, Allin is thrust into a science fantasy adventure in which he meets a race of genetically-modified cats, tangles with vengeful werewolves, and parlays with cyborgs. Along the way, Allin is forced to decide: will he spend his whole life running or take a stand against the forces that want to finish off the Earth once and for all?

Review: This book was a lot of fun, really. Thanks to a bout of insomnia, I was able to read it in one night. It had a great active reading flow to it, starting quite actively at the beginning and rolling through the narrative with one event after another. There are some points where these events feel a bit rushed, bouncing too fast from one to another, but never so much to pull you out of the story.

There were some paranormal and fantasy tropes that aren’t uncommon, but felt new in how our author presented them. Namely: the apocalyptic setting, werewolves, and talking cats.

At the end, I read how this book was originally a serial and you can kind of see that as you go, but it works. Our narrator was engaging. You enjoy watching his transformation. He is flawed and might drive you a little crazy at times, but it makes the character a three-dimensional human and never so much that you don’t care what happens to him.

Since it says “Book One” right on the cover, you know there will be more, and there are some threads left not wrapped up so they can return for these future installments. I’m curious what will come next. It missed some element to really give me that rave factor, but it came pretty damn close: 4.5 Fireballs.

4.5 Fireballs

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S. C. Houff is Visiting! [Tour Stop]

Spring Blessings

“Spring Blessings” (From the Files of the Department of the Arcane Series, Book One) by S. C. Houff

Published on… 10 February 2014
Published as… Urban Fantasy

About the Book

Asher Stone didn’t want to be a hero. After spending two years recovering from an isolating drug habit, his life was getting on track. He had a girlfriend who he loved very much. He was holding down a job and had a repaired relationship with his mother. One day, Asher was attacked by a manticore that escaped the clutches an order of magi and his world gets turned upside down. Now, Asher is dealing with old temptations and new problems and a destiny that he has to embrace or the fate of the world will crash down on him. The only thing Asher can hope is that Blessings and Hope do spring eternal in this first book in a series.

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About the Author

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S.C. Houff was born in the backwoods of Southwestern Virginia to a small town lawyer and a recovering radical. She has been a telemarketer, a part-time educator and occasional bodyguard but now is working on writing. She has started working on her very first novel which is fun for everyone. When she is not writing she’s perusing her other love which is history. She also is an avid fan all things nerdy and fun.

While she’s not received any accolades for her writing, S.C. Houff is a two time Geography B champion.

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BR Kingsolver is Visiting! [Tour Stop]

The Telepathic Clans Saga

“The Succubus Gift” by BR Kingsolver

Published on… 22 April 2012
Published as… Urban Fantasy

“Succubus Unleashed” by BR Kingsolver

Published on… 25 June 2012

“Succubus Rising” by BR Kingsolver

Published on… 14 February 2013

“Succubus Ascendant” by BR Kingsolver

Published on… 8 November 2014

“Broken Dolls” by BR Kingsolver

Published on… 29 September 2013

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The Succubus Gift

The transition between teenager to university to graduation is difficult and confusing for everyone. As an orphan and a prodigy who entered college at sixteen, harboring secrets she dares not reveal, Brenna Morgan’s journey is more complicated than most. Then one evening she stumbles across a young man who promises to answer all her questions if she’ll trust him. The history of the Clans, called the Sidhe by the Irish, stretches back to antiquity. The Goddess blesses Her people with 25 Telepathic Gifts. In addition to Telepathy, the Gifts include command over Air and Fire, Telekinesis and Teleportation. In over 2,500 years, She has never bestowed more than 15 Gifts on a single person. Brenna’s life isn’t the same after she discovers her unusual and mysterious heritage. In addition to being a telepath, Brenna learns she has the Succubus Gift. That’s just the beginning of her problems. Someone is stalking her. Then there’s the tall, dangerous woman who shadows her and hints a Goddess has linked them. And what is she going to do with a handsome, charismatic, womanizing man she knows she should avoid? Some days a girl just wants to pull the covers over her head and stay in bed — with a willing young man of course. Urban Fantasy with a dash of romance. The Succubus Gift is a completely different take on the succubus myth. Beautiful women and hot men in a world with a hidden telepathic subculture.

Succubus Unleashed

It’s not easy being a succubus. Brenna O’Donnell and Rebecca Healy continue their integration into the Clan. Learning more about their Gifts and always seeking someone who will love them. After a crash course in learning about her genetic heritage, Brenna O’Donnell has discovered what it really means to be a succubus and has learned to embrace her strange Gift. Her major concern is whether Collin will accept her for what she is. As she adjusts to telepathic society, others in the Clan have plans that will strip the last of her freedom. The social season is around the corner, including events that Brenna never imagined in her wildest dreams. The succubi, representatives of the Goddess on earth, are at the center of an ancient worship. And if a girl is going to be the center of attention, then obviously she needs a new dress. Between the romance and glistening balls of the Clan’s social events, Brenna and Rebecca discover life is not secure. Telepaths from other Clans are kidnapping young girls and selling them into slavery.

Succubus Rising

The Goddess has plans for Brenna and Rebecca, and the Goddess has a wicked sense of humor. Rebecca Healy is a true wilder, growing up with no contact or knowledge of other telepaths. Discovered by a Clan member on the streets of San Francisco, she felt like she’d hit the jackpot. Finally, she knew what she was, or at least she thought she did. When Brenna O’Donnell, long-lost heir of the O’Donnell Clan, and the strongest telepath in history, is returned to her family, she and Rebecca form a tight bond. Brenna has it all, looks, money, power, and men falling all over her. Rebecca isn’t jealous, but it would be nice to find someone who would really love her and stick around in the morning. She’s intrigued by a handsome South American general, but of course, he has his sights set on Brenna. Carlos de Vargas wants more than love. His Clan has its back to the wall, and they hope for an alliance with O’Donnell. An alliance that would lead to war. The story began in The Succubus Gift and continued in Succubus Unleashed. In Succubus Rising, questions are answered and new mysteries are revealed.

Succubus Ascendant

As the strongest telepath in history, the Irish Clan Chiefs expect Brenna O’Donnell to unite the Clans. Brenna prays that those leaders, her grandfathers and great-uncle, will all live forever, but the Goddess evidently isn’t listening. Some of her relatives have also been waiting for the old patriarchs to die or retire, and they aren’t planning to let Brenna’s inheritances go unchallenged. Facing rebellion and civil war, Brenna turns to her young friends and other succubi, the Irish Druids, for support.

One of those friends has troubles of her own. Irina’s grandfather is also a Clan Chief, in Russia. When he tries to kidnap her, she must find out the truths of her origins. Her search leads her into her ancestral homeland, where she discovers divisions and threats that echo Brenna’s in Ireland.

Whether the Clans are ready for it or not, powerful young women have decided that taking control is their only choice. To save everything they hold dear, and their own lives, they had better be as good as everyone thinks they are.

Broken Dolls

Private investigator RB Kendrick makes her living nailing cheating spouses, digging up other dirt to help in a divorce, finding long-lost relatives, and occasionally sniffing out criminal activity and fraud. When she takes a job to find a missing girl, she has no idea she is headed for the most dangerous case of her career. Usually, her ability to read minds gives her an edge. But when the people she’s hunting are also telepaths, that advantage is limited. The search takes her into the dark underbelly of telepathic society, where anything, and anyone, is for sale. She discovers that telepathic women and girls are being trafficked as the ultimate sex slaves. With people trying to kill her, she’s on the run, not knowing who she can trust. Will she find the missing girl, or become a victim herself?

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About the Author

I grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico, among writers, artists and weird Hispanic and Native American myths and folklore. I’ve lived all over the U.S. and earned a living doing everything from making silver and turquoise jewelry, to construction to computers. I currently split my time between Baltimore and Albuquerque.

I made silver and turquoise jewelry for almost a decade, ended up in nursing school, then took a master’s in business. Along the way I worked in construction, as a newspaper editor, and somehow found a career working with computers.

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Kimberley Clark is Visiting! [Tour Stop]

Battles in the Dark

“The Species Within” by Kimberley Clark

Published on… 29 October 2013
Published as… Erotic Urban Fantasy

“The Ultimate Killer” by Kimberley Clark

Published on… 6 November 2014

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About the Book

The Species Within

Kira, a huntress plagued by dreams of fire and pain has worked tirelessly to rid her city of the scourge that has nearly destroyed it…nostvores, mythlend creatures with dark and vast appetites for blood and sex. She does this not only because they had killed so many people in her life, but also because she has an edge that no other human had…she has their abilities. The problem was, these abilities were killing her and she feared time was no longer on her side.

So the moment she found out that Darius, a nostvore leader was threatening to awaken an indestructible species to help him enslave all humans and mythlends, and that she may be the key to his plan, she knew her only choice was to risk her life with the little time that she had left and join her enemy to find out why, and to make sure his plan failed.

If that wasn’t dangerous enough, the more time she spends with the Vanatre nostvore Emmerich, and the mooran Kuron, who she brings with her for protection, the less she wants to kill them. Instead, she feels an unexplainable attraction towards them both, and she fears surrendering to such desire with either is a deadly game to play, for she would not only be risking her life, but quite possibly her heart.

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The Ultimate Killer

Brought back to life, Kira awoke to a world where she no longer belonged. She was one of them now…a mythlend, the scourge that she’d lived her entire life hunting. What was worse, she had become the species that she and a number of other mythlends had tried desperately to stop from being awoken…the Hunrati.

But they had failed.

By the time Kira had opened her eyes, the Hunrati were already living up to their reputation, torturing, massacring, burning cities to the ground like all indestructible killing machines do when they see themselves as gods; any resistance to their actions were therefore deemed futile within days of their first appearance.

Kira wanted to stop them, but she had become their prisoner when she attacked their Queen out of rage for what they had done, and as such, she was rendered incapable of using any of her abilities.

Trapped, alone, and not knowing what had happened to those she cared about, her only way out was to earn their trust. That meant getting close to the volatile and extremely attractive Pheres, and doing everything he instructed, regardless of how depraved it was.

But how close was she willing to allow such a dangerous creature when he wasn’t the man she loved?

Better yet…how far was she willing to go before she lost her humanity completely?

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About the Author

Kimberley Clark Author Photo
Kimberley lives by the idea that everyone should have a bucket list of things they want to accomplish in life, but not only to have a list, but attempt to mark off as many items as possible. One goal that was high on hers was writing a novel and having it published. This idea of writing a novel wasn’t new to her, but an inevitability, as her love of reading books and watching movies inspired her to create her own stories. When the day came that she finally did start to write, she realized that this was going to be something that she wanted to do more than once, emphasized by the fact that her first novel was to be book 1 of a trilogy, and that there are many more stories waiting inside her head ready to be created. Her hope is that not only for people to enjoy hers books, but that people are inspired by them as others have inspired her.

Kimberley was born in Sydney, Australia, and currently resides in the Gold Coast hinterland.

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Eme Strife is Visiting!

The Basilisk’s Creed Omnibus

“The Basilisk’s Creed Omnibus” by Eme Strife

Published on… 19 September 2014
Published as… New Adult Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy

About the Book

Immerse yourself in the first omnibus of Eme Strife’s addictive, sexy, enchanting, and surreal New Adult series. Each page will leave you even more enthralled than the last, on the edge of your seat, and vigorously chomping at the bit for more.
Note: This is NOT like anything you’ve ever read before. Proceed knowing you have been told.

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Moving to San Francisco was a decision twenty-three year old Elisheva Tilton thought would change her hard life in Little Rock, Arkansas, for the better. Yet, Eli still finds herself living in shambles and being constantly stressed out just to make ends meet in the Big Bad Bay.

And the stress only piles on when the most unusual of things begin to happen around her—including the mysterious disappearance of the Atlantic Ocean—and even more so when she strangely meets the unlikely individual who would irrevocably change her life forever; a gorgeous, unbelievably sexy, and sophisticated high-ranking soul reaper.

Rated 17+
This series contains graphic sexual content, violence, and strong language. Because of its explicit nature, it is intended for mature audiences only. Reader discretion is advised.

An Excerpt from The Basilisk’s Creed Omnibus

I was too stunned to speak…to move…to do anything but stare at him like a frickin’ idiot.

In a few quick strides, he was now in front of me and towered over me with intimidation fuming from his body. “I asked you a question,” he barked.

I just kept staring in awe.

Which apparently only infuriated him. He narrowed his eyes and glared at me in the most unapologetic way. He looked unbelievably menacing. It made me extremely uncomfortable, and yet, I still couldn’t look away.

We just kept staring into each other’s eyes…something I found bizarre and weird, because I normally couldn’t maintain eye contact to save my life, especially with eyes as vibrant and intense as his. They were a mix of teal and cornflower blue…really intense, really commanding, and really, really sexy.

I had seen pretty eyes before, but these were just…stunning. Beyond stunning, even. They were pure power.

Shit, did I mention they were sexy?

Oh my God, was I getting turned on? This stranger was yelling and glaring at me like I had killed his family dog and I was getting hot and bothered by him! What the hell was wrong with me?

I broke eye contact in embarrassment and for fear that I would drench my panties if I kept looking at him.

Holy cow, he’s hot. Spicy hot.

There was dead silence for a moment, and while I wondered why he was keeping silent all of a sudden, I couldn’t bring myself to look at him again just yet. Suddenly, his deep voice reverberated in the room.

“You find me attractive?” he quietly asked.

That stunned me. In shocked reflex I quickly looked up to meet his eyes again and found that his previously hard glare had softened somewhat and become more neutral. I looked at him in confusion and embarrassment. I wasn’t sure I had heard him right.

Had I said what I thought of him out loud? I didn’t remember saying anything.

He spoke again. “You’re right. You didn’t actually say anything. But you did think it.”

I couldn’t help but stare at him with what was probably the most quizzical expression I’d ever had plastered across my face.

Um…come again?

Oh, my God. He could read my mind? How was that possible? Was he a soothsayer? One of those palm-readers, maybe?

“H-How…how do you know what I’m thinking?” I stuttered like the confused idiot I was at the moment.

He replied in a matter-of-fact tone. “I can read your energy. You’re pretty transparent.”

I raised my eyebrow on reflex.

Transparent? What the hell is that supposed to mean? I am so not transparent. Hell, last time I checked, I was pretty darn opaque.

He spoke again. “I meant transparent in terms of your expressions and body language, not your physical appearance—”

I cut him off and rolled my eyes. “I know what you meant. And would you stop reading my mind? It’s rude.”

“It’s not like I’m trying to pry. You’re practically screaming the words,” he countered.

I crossed my arms over my chest in defiance. “I haven’t said a single word. You are prying. Cover your ears or something, then.”

He chuckled at that. He had such an attractive chuckle…

Ugh, not that again! Get it the fuck together, Eli. He can tell you’re as hot as a horn dog for him, you know.

Okay, I needed to get out of there before I made a complete ass out of myself in front of this mind-reading man.

Who, by the way, was yelling at you just a minute ago, I reminded myself.

Just as I was about to take a step to walk past him, he stopped me in one effortless motion, cornering me against the pulpit with his arm.

I was trapped between the marble podium and his big body.

About the Author

Eme is an unconventional New Adult Paranormal and Contemporary Romance writer (and a bit of a cynic) who might be going through a quarter-life crisis even though she is in denial of it. Lucky for her, she has several sarcastic, upbeat, and severely vulgar imaginary friends to give her some semblance of normalcy.

She loves writing about said imaginary friends – although she does so mostly because they never seem to shut the hell up.

She’s also addicted to Family Guy, American Dad, and Pandora (the online radio app, not the evil box), drinks an ungodly amount of Red Bull at any given time, wants to marry Seth MacFarlane at some point, and occasionally eats bacon and popcorn together (^_^).

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J. Hamlet is Visiting! [Tour Stop]

Hand of Chaos

“Hand of Chaos” by J. Hamlet (The Chaos Theology #1)

Published on… 4 September 2013
Published as… Dark Urban Fantasy

J. Hamlet’s Top Ten

Green, Green series by Jay Lake – A child sold into slavery escapes, overthrows an oppressive government, learns to be an assassin, and gives birth to twins. Oh, and she also defeats an evil God and creates another one in the process. It’s a hell of an adolescence and she’s a hell of a character. You see one of the most interesting and elaborate urban fantasy worlds through her eyes.

Bo, Lost Girl TV series – A succubus who refuses to pick between good and evil, overthrowing the order of things in the process? Yes please. She doesn’t leave a single fantasy convention standing.

Johannes Cabal, Johannes Cabal the Necromancer by Jonathan L. Howard – A scheming necromancer always on the run from his bets with the devil, Johannes is an anti-social sociopath. He’s also very funny.

Raylene Pendle (Cheshire Red), Cheshire Red Reports series by Cherie Priest– Cheshire Red, an elusive international thief who happens to be a vampire, stumbles head first into a toxic government conspiracy. Piece of cake for someone with her skillset, and she’s one of the most memorable narrators I’ve had the pleasure of reading.

Marquis De Carabas, Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman – One of the most cryptic and fun characters in a novel full of them. The Marquis in many ways epitomizes what all of urban fantasy should be.

Helena G. Wells, Warehouse 13 TV series – Is she a villain? Is she a hero? Who cares, because she’s awesome and she’s always one step ahead of the Warehouse and its agents.

Edgar, Night Watch series by Sergei Lukyanenko – Edgar, a Day Watch mage, plays the good soldier for awhile but he’s always looking for a way out. Edgar is what every villain should fear, the minion who might be smarter than his master.

John Constantine, Hellblazer, DC Comics – Angels, demons, and monsters abound. Constantine is one of the only ones out there trying to protect humanity from all of it.

Hellboy, Dark Horse Comics and Movie Series – What’s not to love in a beer-drinking, cat fancying demon creature who fights against his fate and the forces of evil every step of the way.

Castiel, Supernatural TV series – Like Constantine (who his famous outfit is a visual reference to), Castiel is an angel reluctantly gets forced into protecting humanity and more specifically the Winchester brothers from all sorts of unearthly machinations. He even engages in a few himself in a moment of weakness. Despite his otherworldy origins, he may be the most human character of them all.

About the Book

Exhausted, cynical, and confused, Anna is always there to report for duty. She’s part of a clandestine government team that defends the nation against supernatural terrorism—a job that understandably leaves her life in shambles and drives her to drink a little more than she should. Toss in a fear of intimacy with a desire to have friends and lovers like a normal person and, well, Anna is a troubled soul wrapped in a special agent with arcane, magical powers. Waking up hungover at five–­thirty in the morning with a zombie­–infested apartment building in the heart of DC to deal with, she knows she’s got the makings of the worst morning possible.

Her team is its own challenge. A battle­–scarred Nigerian shaman, a bookish shape­shifter, an inept summoner, and a brilliant but cantankerous wizard round it all out. Her partner, an immortal and cursed Paladin, is the only person she knows more jaded than herself. Getting them all to work together is never easy, with Anna often caught in the cross fire.

Their target, Ethan Morgan, is one pissed off necromancer. His brother was KIA by his own government, the victim of an experimental magical weapon they decided to test on the battlefield. Now bent on revenge and sponsored by one of hell’s most powerful demons, Ethan has a plan of his own to make us all pay. Anna and her team are fighting against the wake of destruction, but Ethan is always one step ahead. With the number of bodies he leaves and reanimates growing exponentially, Anna’s wondering if they’ll stop him before he engulfs everyone in an undead horde.

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Everyone needs a hobby. And, like most people, I hope one day that my hobby will liberate me from my mind–­numbing day job. I chose writing. Not one of the easier ones. I chose it at the tender age of 14, churning out terrible science fiction novels that heaped on the cliches and barely hidden tropes of all space operas. Thankfully, those creations reside in the prison of an old Commodore 64 hard drive and several 3.5″ disks (kids, ask your parents) in a landfill somewhere. And, let me be clear, the world is better for it.

Along the way, I kept writing. Through college. Through grad school. Through the beginning of my career, such as it is. I like to believe I picked up skills. I wanted to write novels that had things I wanted to see. Hand of Chaos, my debut novel, brings together elements of a spy thriller and a police procedural with dark and urban fantasy. I followed that with Scarred Earth, a serial alien invasion novel I’m releasing entirely through tumblr. I’m probably going about this all wrong, but I don’t know any other way.

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Review: “Mirian” by D. S. England

Mirian by D. S. England. I received this book free in exchange for an honest review. You can purchase your own copy at Amazon.

Description: In the port city of Mirian we follow the overworked and underfunded City Watch as they compete against a vicious mercenary group to keep the city safe and a group of desperate thieves do whatever they must to survive the brutal crackdown on crime. However unbeknownst to all of them, a new threat moves through the city’s catacombs intent on transforming Mirian into a fetid grave for all of its inhabitants.

Review: This is going to be a tricky review to write. It’s one of those that I have to break down into two parts: theory and execution. Theory, being the story itself, the plot, the characters, and the setting; whereas execution is the actual writing.

Theory, which I’m also going to call ‘the good’ stuff: I liked this part of it.

I thought the setting was interesting. I wouldn’t have minded a little more world building in some details, mainly pertaining to history/why things were as they were, but otherwise I got a good feel for the setting.

The characters were reasonably relatable. Cassie, as pretty much the only female character of note, didn’t impress me as much as I’d have liked but she was all right. I’d have liked to have seen more females/stronger female characters, or a good reason why they weren’t there from the setting but it didn’t bug me that much. I would have liked the Harth/Theal rationale (at the very first) to have been a little stronger, but again, didn’t bother me that much. A few other details here and there explained or strengthened, but nothing major. (And these things might have been there. I might have missed them, for reasons explained in the execution section.)

Generally speaking, the plot was interesting and moved along well. The Husk thing was an interesting twist. As it was “to be continued,” I can’t speak to how the story wrapped up, since it, you know, didn’t wrap up. But I didn’t mind that either. (Poor Clarke, though, that man has no luck.)

Execution, which I’m also going to call ‘the not so good’ stuff: This was my problem.

This was a good story terribly hindered by its frame. This was a book that clearly didn’t see any editor, or if it did (which is doubtful) anyone that was willing to do to it what it needed. It felt like a first draft more than a product ready for release, and that hindered what was otherwise good.

I don’t let basic proofreading issues affect my rating, but I do when it’s big issues with the prose itself. Sentence structure was muddied, so it was hard to follow along with what was being told at points. It was a bit overwritten, especially in terms of dialog attributions and actions being over-exaggerated. There were a lot of excess words, it could’ve benefited from streamlining as well as fixing passive voice at points. PoV could be convoluted, though I think the author was going for Omniscient. With some clean-up, this would be clearer, too.

The story was difficult to read because of this, so I may have missed points of the plot, though I think I got most of it.

My inner editor was just bouncing all over in my head reading this story, because I could see that it was good and I just wanted to grab the text and wrestle it into form that would make the story shine rather than hide it.

I would give the story a 4, but the prose a 2, so that settles an average of 3 Fireballs. I might read the sequel, because I am very curious, but I hope that it’s a little easier to read.

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