Wednesday, June 6, 2012's here!

So here it is...the book cover we've waited for, for so long. Finale by Becca Fitzpatrick due out in October. What do you all think? I remember when I first saw the covers for the previous books and how excited I was. I was screaming and jumping up and down. But for some reason when we the day came for this cover, I wasn't as ecstatic or thrilled. I guess I was just thinking it would be different, more memorable since it's the last book in the series. That could also be why I'm not as excited. The title is depressing first of all and secondly, I will miss Patch so much!! I just hope there's a happy ending for our beloved Patch Cipriano. He deserves to be happy!! Hope you all like this cover more than me!

Monday, June 4, 2012

City of Lost Souls by Cassie Clare

City of Lost Souls (The Mortal Instruments, #5)City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


OKAY people, so here I am about to write my review for this book. I finished it early this morning and hours later, I'm still wanting to reread it. I mean, HOLY SHIT!!! For those of you that have read it know how awesome and intense this book was. I knew it would be all kinds of awesome. But this book is much more than just awesome. It was brilliant, EPIC and AN UNFORGETTABLE book yet. So yea, in my profile I put on there that Daemon Black has surpassed my love of Jace. But honestly? He never did. I love Daemon, who doesn't love the sexy hot alien? But to be honest, JACE is the only fictional male that really has my heart and always has. He's always been a hero in my eyes and in this book, it's no different, despite his circumstances. I love every version of him...even though I cried out for the REAL Jace Lightwood-Wayland. Oh no, I'm getting teary again thinking about him. Crap, hold on...

Okay, sniff...ahem....seriously this series as a whole effects me in ways no other series ever could. I love them all, don't get me wrong and I love being captivated and swept in other worlds by these amazing series and books. But The Mortal Instruments series was ever the only series to make me truly wallow in self pity once I finished the last page. Ever since I read the first book I was instantly enveloped in a world that I never wanted out of. The shadowhunter world is truly a one of a kind world with such amazing characters to really effect me so profoundly that I found myself crying myself to sleep after reading and rereading them. To say City of Lost Souls was EPIC is an understatement in iteself. There is truly no word for how good this book was. Okay enough babbling...I'll get on with my review.

City of Lost Souls takes place after City of Fallen Angels. Let me say something real quick. When I read City of Glass, I really thought that was the end of the series and felt it was an amazing end with everyone happy and the war over and Valentine gone, it just made sense. Then we find out that she wrote City of Fallen Angels and I was like "What the hell? It was perfect the way it ended. Son of a bitch, more things are gonna happen" and I wasn't too happy about it. I read it, loved it but not as much as the rest. So then we find out there were two more books. I'm all about 5 or 6 books in a series and being that it was this one that kept going I was okay with it, because to be honest I didn't want the series to end. I love it too much. But holy damn, when I read this was not how I expected it to be. I understand why now she kept this series going and I'm happiest that she did. CASSIE, YOU'RE BRILLIANT!!!!!

So Sebastian and Jace are bonded to each other due to the spell that was performed and the blood and all that crap. They go missing and Clary, frantic is searching high and low for him. Actually everyone does. Well, until the clave decides that they are no longer top priority. They have other issues to contend with so they stop the search. But what about Alec, Izzy, Clary and Simon? They won't have it. They go on a search of their own. In the mean time, Sebastian has brainwashed Jace and pretty much made him his bitch. Everything Seb does or says, Jace does. It's sad to see this side of Jace. He's usually the not taking shit from other people kind of guy. It broke my heart to see him bow down to that bastard. When Jace comes to Clary in her dreams, he's actually in her room. He asks her to join him and Sebastian to form an army and raise Lilith and destroy the world yadda yadda yadda. Then there's a fight at Luke's house and he gets severely injured by Sebastian. Almost dies actually. Then they vanish in an instant and Jocelyn takes Clary away to Magnus after sending Luke to the station to get healed.

Magnus and Alec are still together but, Alec is so distrusting and insecure he really puts a wedge between them and their love for one another. He really got on my nerves at times and I wanted to slap him silly. I love Magnus and think he deserved better but I also love Alec in spite of his stupidity, what he almost did....really cost him everything. All because he couldn't get passed Magnus's past. HELLO YOU IDIOT.....HE FUCKING LOVES YOU.....QUIT BEING A DOUCHE!

Clary, unable to sit back and do nothing goes back to Luke's house where she knows Jace will come back for her...and he does. So she goes with him....only to find out their evil plan and try to stop them and also save Jace and bring the real him back. She takes the faery ring with her that is the only connection she has to Simon to let him know what's Sebastian is planning.

Simon and Isabelle obviously have feelings for each other and there were some sweet tender moments between them that made me giddy and happy for them..and hopeful. Yet, neither of them are truthful in their real feelings. It makes me sad...well Simon is not truthful. Izzy told him she liked him. But I think with everything going on, his love or crush on Izzy is the last thing on his mind. This one part with them kinda made me uncomfortable at first but then it was! I love these two and hope they hook up already in the last book.

Alot of people didn't like the whole Jordan-Maia story. I understand everyone's view on it but afterall, they've been in this series since almost the beginning. I would hate for Cassie to just drop them like a bomb. I enjoyed their story. I was happy they finally got together. I really liked Jordan, despite what he did to Maia. But his love for her was sweet, made me teary during his vulnerable moments. The way they went to great lengths to help their friends, it was admirable. They are great characters.

Sebastian....oh you fucking sick asshole. I hope you ROT IN HELL in the last book. OMG, I actually felt bad......BAD for him. At one point I was confused, the way he treated Clary and saved her from demons. I actually thought he was trying to be good. He totally had me fooled. It was sickening. I wanted to bash his face in then stick a sword in his heart and twist it until there was nothing left of him. I despise, loathe this evil son of a bitch. He was more evil than Valentine ever was. And I hated Valentine. But Sebastian was revolting...disgusting sick creep. The things he tried to do with Clare.....HIS SISTER. *gag* Yea, it was kind of gross when we all thought Jace and Clary were brother and sister and they kissed. But I already fell hard for him. And it just couldn't be right. It wasn't that gross for me, I just felt bad for their situation. But this, this was in every way wrong. I hope and pray that Jace cuts his heart out and feeds it to Simon in CoHF. Oh Lord...CoHF, TWO YEARS. OMG.......

Clary. I loved Clary in this book more than any of the previous books. She was so much stronger and held her own quite well against Sebastian. She's really come in to her shadowhunter life. I loved her love for Jace that she would do ANYTHING for him. She never gave up hope and went through so much shit to save him even if she wasn't completely sure there was anything left to save. It was so amazing. I think I would have done the same thing...I love Jace just as much. I will fight Clary for him. LOL not really, well yes really. No wait, I like Clary too much to hurt her after ALL she's been through since City of Bones. I guess I just have to sit back and watch them have lots of babies and live on a farm with a white picket fence. Sigh. Oh wait, sorry I got off track here. Totally daydreaming, sorry guys.

Jace. Oh Jace, what do I say about this guy? No words could ever describe my love for Jace. He's just....Jace. The hottest, bravest, sweetest, wittiest and damn well irresistable guy on the planet...or the fictional world. Really, he is not kidding. I ached and yearned for him for a year. A YEAR. This book never disappointed. He never disappointed. Every scene with Jace was an amazing experience and even though he wasn't our beloved Jace through most of it. The moments when he was, made it all worth while. I knew eventually he would come through. I knew he would be him again. I just wished I saw more of him because at the very end of it, I was sobbing my eye balls out. His speech right before he was saved really started it. The fact that he'd rather die than let Sebastian destroy human kind was heroic and admirable and it made me swoon for him even more. Seriously, he just made my chest and heart ache. When Clary stabbed him in the chest and we thought Jace would die I screamed and was frantic and wide eyed. It was like a bad dream coming to life. I knew Cassie surely wouldn't kill him off like that but I still couldn't help crying and panicing. "My heart is your hands are your hands" OMG....KILL ME NOW! PUT A STAKE IN MY HEART AND BURY ME....this was one of the most beautiful lines I've ever heard from Jace. The things he says makes my heart skip beats and thump out of my chest. UGH, why can't all guys be like him??? Okay, bottom line, I loved Jace so much. His love for Clary never wavered and he was always gentle with her. Okay, enough about him I'm getting emotional again. SHIT!

The end. OMG that ending. I was at the edge of my seat the whole time. The best part was when they were turning everyone into the bad shadowhunters and then you see one of them die and look up.....there's Alec...and the rest of them. Everyone together helping and saving Jace and Clary and the human race. It. Was. Awesome.! I SOBBED MY EYES OUT. There is no greater beauty than to see your favorite characters work together, protect each other and everyone they love. OMFG. It was unbelievable. I felt like I was there the whole time. The action of the war going on was like so real, I was front and center. I swear, Cassie has the best writing when it comes to detail. She never leaves anything out. Her imagination is wickedly amazing and I just don't know how she does it. But now, we have to wait. We have to endure TWO years of agony, torturous waiting until City of Heavenly Fire and sadly that will be the end. Over. No more more Jace. Clary. Simon. Alec. Magnus. Luke. Maia. Jordan. Jocelyn. It's the end of an era. No wait, it's just the end of THE BEST SERIES EVER WRITTEN. It will leave me sad, distraught, lonely, empty. Sure she has another series following CoHF but it won't be the same. NOTHING can ever replace TMI. Nothing.

My other favorite part was at the end when Alec and Izzy were at the infirmary with Jace. They are family and the love they each have for each other sends chills all over my a good way. But I cried when Izzy was telling him how she thought they lost him and how much they all mean to each other. Jeez, that was so emotional. They are so lucky to have each other and they would never turn their backs on one another, ever. God, I love this series more than anything. *wipes eyes*

All in all, these characters once again, were spectacular. They each played a big role and they went above and beyond their capability. I am glad they are all still alive and together once again. It sucks that Sebastian is on the run and claims that he's coming back. I'm scared for my friends, family. I hope they all make it out alive in the end. My heart can't take anymore sadness and loss...what with Max dying and all. I was sad that Amatis was killed but it had to be done. Stupid Sebastian and his evil ways. Okay, this is long enough so I shall leave you with some of my favorite quotes. ENJOY.

“I never cared,” he said. “I wanted you anyway. I always wanted you.”

“Sebastian never does anything just for fun.” Jace took Clary’s hand and pulled her toward him. “But I do.”

“Warlock,” he said. “I know who you are.”
Magnus raised his eyebrows. “You do?”
“Magnus Bane. Destroyer of the demon Marabas. Son of—”
“Now,” said Magnus, quickly. “There’s no need to go into all of that.”
“But there is.” The demon sounded reasonable, even amused. “If it is infernal assistance you require, why not summon your father?”
Alec looked at Magnus with his mouth open.”

“I don't care," Clary said. "He'd do it for me. Tell me he wouldn't. If I were missing-"
"He'd burn the whole world down till he could dig you out of the ashes. I know," Alec said.”

“Missing, one stunningly attractive teenage boy. Answers to 'Jace' or 'Hot Stuff”

“That thing that looks like me but isn't? He'll burn down the world if Sebastian wants him to, and laugh while he's doing it. That's what you're saving, Clary. That. Don't you understand? I'd rather be dead—”

“Of course it's not okay with me, I'm a teenage boy. As far as I'm concerned, this is the worst thing that's happenedd since I found out why Magnus was banned from Peru" - Jace”

“All I know is that I love you. And for the first time, that's good enough.”

“Not enough," he said, letting her hair slip through his fingers. "If I kiss you all day, everyday, for the rest of my life, it won't be enough.”

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On the Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves

On the Island On the Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

God so many things to say about this fantastic book!!! Thorough review coming soon!!!! :)

Edited Review:

*Breathes in and out*

Okay, so there is alot to discuss with this book I'm not even sure where to start. But I am going to go ahead and start with, this book blew my mind. Yep. Totally blew me into the water and back like 10 times. When I first read this book, actually I only read the first chapter, I was already hooked. Well I had to stop, so many reason to name. However, I had talked to Tracey a little on Twitter and got to see what a sweet and down to earth lady she is. I so wanted to read it, so bad. I loved the cover first of all, I mean look at the frickin cover. It screams GORGEOUS STORY READ ME. I honestly wasn't sure what I was expecting but it defintely damn sure wasn't this. I had bought it and kept getting distracted when I wanted to read it. Then I started getting more antsy after seeing so many great reviews. It bugged the Hell out of me. Then at first the premise kind of made me a little leary. But it didn't last long. So fine. Fine I decided to crack that baby open, and oh my Lord. The minute I opened it and started it from the beginning because I forgot the first part. It was like I was sucked into the book and sitting on some deserted island somewhere off the coast. I was like "What the hell?" So I grabbed me some popcorn and sat on a beach towel and watched the whole thing. I was not sure how a story about a kid and a teacher getting stuck on an island would be so interesting. But wow, it was everything I never expected. So many emotions ran through me at once, I wasn't sure what to feel.

After 16 year old TJ Callahan is cleared from cancer, his family is ready to whisk him away on a vacation on some island, eventhough he'd rather stay home for the Summer. His family leaves a few days early and he stays behind for a party with his friends. On the day of his trip, he leaves with Anna Emerson, a 30 year old tutor his parents have hired to tutor him for the summer since he's behind on his classes. At the airport there were complications with their flight so they have a seaplane take them to Maldives. About halfway there, the pilot starts showing signs of a heart attack and crashes the plane, but not before TJ and Anna are strapped in with life jackets saving their lives. In the water, they search frantically for each other and when they find one another they set sail for a place on the island until someone comes to find them.

Years later, they are still on the island and TJ is now a man. Things have changed and TJ and Anna are not the same people they were the first day they left for their trip. From surviving a sickness, a shark, a jelly fish, psunami and everything else you can think of, these two have been through more in the last 3 and a half years than most would in their lifetime. They must do everything they can to survive the island life, but with limited supplies. They work together to keep a roof over their heads. TJ actually builds a house with everything they can find, and they live off of rainy water, fish, chicken and bread. Life gets difficult but as long as they have each other, they can survive anything. But do they ever get off the island? Do they survive and reunite with their families? Well, you just have to read.

WOW, when I finished this book I was in awe, tears and so in love. My gosh I never suspected for this book to effect me so much. I never in my wildest dreams ever thought that I would be so captivated, so consumed by this book. But I was. I was absolutely in love from the beginning. I'll be honest though at first the idea of a 16 year old boy and a 30 year old teacher made me think about my middle school years when a friend of mine was expelled for sleeping with our Science teacher. Though, I wasn't sure what to expect and I realized this was not at all the same. First of all, TJ was never a boy to me. He was sick for years with cancer and his story was heartbreaking. He seemed so much wiser and more mature for 16. And besides that, he never did anything with Anna until he was a consenting adult so really it was just fine. Anna had a boyfriend she left back home in Chicago, but they were together for 8 years and he still didn't want to marry her. She wanted a family, which is why she agreed to take the job in the first place. A summer away from home and from John was what she needed to realize, he was never the man for her. He was her past, but was TJ her future? How would they survive being ostracized if they ever made it back home and everyone found out about them? No matter how many days, weeks, months or years passed they never gave up hope completely that someone would find them.

I loved that this was in both TJ and Anna's POV. While I was reading TJ's perspective, I heard his voice in my head. It was like he was telling me his story and I was in complete awe of him. Hell it was no wonder Anna fell in love with him. He was perfect, completely sweet and such a gentleman. He had me swooning left and right and I was left panting here and there. I loved that he never gave up hope but as long as he was where Anna was, he didn't care about being stranded. He never felt love the way he felt with Anna. It was amazing to see him transform for a young boy to a man. I loved every minute of it!
Honestly, everything about this book was perfect. From the fresh and beautiful story, to the unforgettable characters you fall in love with instantly. I loved TJ. He was a wonderful boy/man. He took care of Anna so perfectly, it was painfully sweet and romantic. I had rooted for them and in once scene I was literally flushed from head to toe, feeling like I'd been suffering a fever for days. Holy crap! It was hot!! The only time we really thought about their age was when they decided to celebrate their birthdays together. Anna was incredible. She went to great lengths to help TJ become the man he always was. She loved him, even if she felt it was wrong. It never felt more right. He made her see her beauty inside and out. They complimented each other and saved each other so many times. You really hurt for them after all they suffered on the island. I feel like I'm reliving the whole story again and I just want to curl up in my bed and spend another day with them. I love them so much! I recommend this book to those that love romance and a good love story through the struggles of survival, pain, loss, love and happiness. This book will stay with me forever! I'm going to buy it on paperback because it deserves to sit on my shelf as well. WAY TO GO TRACEY!!!

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Callum and Harper by Fisher Amelie

Callum & HarperCallum & Harper by Fisher Amelie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

WOW, oh my Jesus. That shit was intense. Oh fuck me, this is another Chasing Nikki. I can't read this, it's too much. Oh shit, help me I can't stop sobbing my eyes are going to fall out!! DIE YOU SICK BASTARD!!!! When do they get a break?? You've got to be fucking kidding me!!!

Those thoughts were all going through my head while reading this book. There was alot more soaring out of my mouth but alot was worse so I am trying to keep it clean, a little. My brain is still fogged and my eyes are still swollen since I cried the last half of this book. Actually I cried about every chapter but the last 100 pages or so were nonstop sobs and screaming. This was an intense and suspenseful story. So many emotions consume you at one time. It's a god damn rollercoaster that gets so out of control you feel like you're in the air ready to free fall. It was freaky. But nonetheless, it was a hell of a good story that taught me so much about life and the hands we are dealt with. It's a tragic turned love story that captivates you from start to finish. You're constantly at the edge of your seat wondering what's going to happen next. I swear it took so much energy out of me from the time I started page one til the time I stopped reading just now. My head is literally spinning.

Callum Tate and Harper Bailey were an unlucky pair since they were born. Callum was 4 years old when his real parents died and he happened to be in his car seat when it happened during the accident and was saved only by the seat belt keeping him in place. Since then he was taken into Social Services and hopped from family to family until he was 16 years old. He never had a real family. He never experienced any kind of love. No one wanted him. The only friend he ever did have in high school was killed by a stupid punk drug dealer, in front of him. His parents kicked him out and that's when he stopped trying to find a family. He knew he was doomed and would never be accepted into a loving family. *blows nose and wipes tears*
Harper Bailey was left at the hospital the day she was born by her drug and alcoholic whore mother. She jumped from family to family, trying to fit in...somewhere. But eventually no one really wanted her because she became a trouble maker...doing questionable things that got her suspended from school. She was at a family who also fostered another child her age. She wanted to befriend him but realized what a sick piece of fucking shit he was when he tried to rape her in her room late at night. He practically beat her and threatened her life and she felt trapped and did what he said. Until she decided to lock her door at night and he would pound on her door waking the family up. Then when the foster parents realized he was a crazy lunatic, she left and never found another home.

Callum and Harper are sitting at Social Services one day when they both notice each other. They can't help their attraction for one another, it's undeniable. After Harper puts her name on the waiting list for a permanent family she's told it could be a year before she gets anything. So she leaves and heads for a shelter, coincidentally leaving the building the same time Callum does. What are the odds? Well as they stand in line, he gathers up the nerve to talk to her and ask where she's going. She tells him and again, it's coincidence....he says that's where he's heading. He offers her a ride on his motorcycle. So they stand in line and wait...wait for a place to rest their head for some hours. Wait, for a place where they don't have to be on the streets. Then when waiting is over, they're told there are no more cots and the door is shut in their face. So Callum finds a pay phone at a gas station and phones a friend, where they stay for a few days.

Overtime, Callum and Harper's friendship grows as they realize they are so much alike. They come from the same fucked up, sad and lonely lives. They only have each other to lean on and Callum becomes responsible...wanting to take care of Harper. He realizes his feelings for her are turning into something more. As does she. But neither of them act on it because, while they like each other....alot they also have built a foundation on a friendship so strong that no amount of scissors can cut through. (I know that sounds lame....I couldn't think of the analogy I wanted, I'm in a daze. Forgive me). So not wanting to ruin the only stable relationship they've really ever had in their lives, they don't want to ruin it. Eventually Callum and Tate become so close, it scares the shit out of them. They work together at a restaraunt that helps them keep a steady flow of cash. Harper becomes very aquainted with Callum's older generous band friends he met years before. They take them under their wing as Callum has taken Harper under his. His dream is to be a spite of all he went through in life, he never crushed or gave up on his dream. Even when he was nothing, had nothing...he never gave up hope. Afraid of being rejected, Harper told him she didn't want to go to school. The counselor pulled some strings and got her in. They made enough money to get an apartment and pay for the tuition. Then they got robbed on the subway, after hours and hours of hard labor, work, lack of sleep and time they put in to getting something under their belts. Oh then there was a fire...claiming everything they possessed and worked hard for. Talk about shitty luck. No matter where they turned, something was keeping them from having a decent life. Just when they were getting some where, their lives crumpled to the floor. But the worst thing was when that son of a bitch from Harper's past came barreling back into her life and put their lives in grave danger. He was a psycho path if I ever saw one, claiming that Harper was his. He ruined many lives to get to her. He was relentless and demented. He literally made me sick to my stomach at the things he did to her. I was practically dry heaving in some parts. I dare to say he was worse than Valentine Morgenstern, evil as can be.

Needless to say, she almost lost her life. It was so close, I almost quit reading. I swear, it felt like it was headed in the direction of Chasing Nikki and after the shit they'd been through their entire lives I couldn't bear the thought of Callum losing her for good. I sobbed out loud and had to catch my breath numerous times. It felt more like a murder mystery than a love story. But I kept on reading and glad I did. I won't tell you what happens but I will say this book will make you think twice about bitching at the things you don't have and thank God for the things you do have. Because these two 18 year olds had nothing and they still believed that somehow they were going to be okay. Why? Because Callum said so.

Okay, so let me say one thing first. This book was probably not edited fully because there were several grammar errors throughout. I found myself correcting sentences or doing a double take to make sure that was written that way or this way and not like I was imagining it or something. There were many errors that were pretty obvious I'll admit. But regardless of that, I continued to read because to me it's more about the story itself that matters. Yes, grammar matters too but I didn't let it disuede me from finding out what happened to these beloved characters. As a writer myself, I can say that people don't realize how much effort and work goes into telling a story. It's not easy in the slightest. Maybe with an editor, it's of course easier and a piece of cake. But it costs alot of money to get an editor. This was definitely a breath of fresh air. A new kind of hope and love story that was so remarkable as it was tragic. I've never thought about how homeless people live. It's the saddest thing ever. And seeing it written down in full view in vivid detail is so much worse. I felt so much sadness for these two characters that I truly wished I could reach into my nook, scoop them up and keep them safe with me. Oh my God, this was. It was just so heartbreaking.

The storyline was different from anything I've ever read. And I've read in reviews that the "insta love" part was unrealistic. Uh, first off, there was somewhat of insta love but it was never acted on til like over halfway through. There were events that took place that just shattered your soul watching them go through it, was so real and devastating. There were few happy moments for Callum and Harper. They were being chased by some douche bag who was so demented and sick, he made Sebastian look sane. Well, sorta. Don't quote me on that but that's how I felt. That son of a bitch needed some serious psycho therapy or something. He put the EVIL in DEVIL. *cringes at thoughts of him* This story was so beautiful...yet tragic all at the same time. I literally could not sit down and read for too long. I was pacing around with my nook in hand punching my fist in the air and kicking my feet out, instinctively. It was the weirdest thing. I loved the characters in this book. First off, it alternates between Callum and Harper's pov which is freakin awesome! I loved Callum's head the most. He's the most sexy amazing guy in fiction. Dammit, Jace...I didn't mean that baby! You're still my #1!!! But really, he's made my top 10 because he's just nothing but amazing, caring, sexy, generous and just irresistable. Once you meet him, you instantly fall in love with him. So yea, this insta love crap people are doesn't quite work that way and let me tell you....I screamed for it to happen. I begged and pleaded hoping my nook would surprise me with something hot or sensual. Fucking A...I get kisses here and there and some flirting but nothing beyond that the first half of the book. I was ready to die. But really, it made their story much better. It made their story more personal and attracting. I found that it was fine that way. I got to see their side and I knew how each of them felt, so I was satisfied with how it worked out. This book is so recommended to everyone. I kid you not, it will change your life in more ways than one. Callum and Harper have a place in my heart so deep that no one can replace heart is running out of room, seeing as though many characters have a special place somewhere there.

I think everyone should make an effort to read this. It will open your eyes to so many things you were once too blind to see. I still have a heavy heart right now, which is why I'm ending my review now because I can hardly think and I'm sure I'm missing some points I wanted to harp on but too tired and wore out from crying that I can't do it. But please, buy and read this, you will not regret it. I'm so glad I did.

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