New cover reveals for The Lightning Road series by Donna Galanti!

I previously reviewed Donna Galanti’s The Lightning Road series: JOSHUA AND THE LIGHTNING ROAD and JOSHUA AND THE ARROW REALM—both fantastic adventures. Today I’m thrilled to give you a look at these awesome new cover reveals! Plus enter to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card at the end of this post and get the first e-book in Donna’s series, Joshua and the Lightning Road, on sale now through October 15th for just $0.99cents.2018-0582 Donna Galanti.jpg

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Donna rewinds herself back to being 9-years-old and shares a day in her kid life plus read an excerpt from Joshua and the Arrow Realm!

Middle Grade Rewind
A Day in The Life at Nine-Years-Old in 1978 by Donna Galanti

Every day I dream about getting my first dog! I imagine she is so real that when I come home from school I run to meet her (her name will be Beauty after Black Beauty). But not yet…so while I wait I keep busy roaming the campground we own.

It’s fun to wear my strap-on roller skates and hunt the paths for dead butterflies and shotgun shells (this is New Hampshire after all and they make cool noise makers when you put them in old coffee cans). There are always kids to play with here (awesome for an only child like me!) and swim with at the pool.

I especially love to hang out in the recreation hall and play pinball machines and records on the juke box. My favorite song is Escape by Rupert Holmes. I asked my dad what a Pina Colada is and he said it’s a party in a glass for grownups.

Each morning I get to pretend I’m my hero, Laura Ingalls from Little House in the Big Woods, as I pick rotten apples in the orchard to feed our fat hogs. My mom says we’ll be butchering them soon (just like Laura!).

My mom wants to make head cheese (ewww!) but I want to blow up the pig’s bladder like a balloon and roast its tail over the fire, just like Laura did. Little House on the Prairie is my favorite show and sometimes I even pretend that Mr. Ingalls is my dad.

After hog feeding time, I get to gather the eggs in the chicken coop. Today I found a double yolk egg without a shell! It was see-through and wobbly just like a Weeble. Although, I think it would fall down if I wobbled it.

Tomorrow is dump day. I get to collect the trash with my dad from all the campsites (we even saw a bear last week!). It’s a smelly chore but the best part is that I get to stand up in the back of our rickety 1965 Ford truck and hang onto the wood sides as we cruise to the dump. Wheeee! It’s almost as fun as snowmobiling on the campground trails in winter.

If I help my dad out good, he’ll take me fishing on Lake Squam this weekend to use my new tackle box. I caught my first pike there last month (my dad almost crashed the boat up on the rocks just so I could get it)!

Well, time to go practice my after-dinner show for mom and dad. I’m singing and dancing to The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers and On The Good Ship Lollipop. I even made my own sailor and Tigger costumes (I’m a blue fuzzy Tigger in one-piece footed pj’s with my dad’s striped tie for a tail and my mom’s wig). Oh, and there’s a big thunderstorm coming tonight so I plan to sleep on the screened-in porch and watch the lightning all night long!

Being nine is the best. Getting a dog would make it even better.

JOSHUA AND THE ARROW REALM EXCERPT:

Rain streamed down and the wind whipped at me, driving the stinging pellets. Charlie and I ran on, leaving our enemy behind. We held each other up as we staggered through the storm.

“Joshua, stop! Can’t. Go. On.” Charlie gasped out the words as he dragged me back.

I tugged his shirt, ripping it. “We’ve got to!”

Oh, where was this Grand Tree and could these Wild Childs help us?

When my lungs threatened to explode, a howl behind us pushed my aching legs to full throttle. Claws swiped at us and a blast of rotten meat stench hit me. Anger at this world choked me into a fury. For sucking me up into its danger and death again. For turning my friend against me. For having to run for my life again. For wanting me to be their hero.

I skidded to a stop, riding wet leaves. Charlie’s eyes blinked with surprise as I shoved him aside and turned to face the unleashed creature. It flew over my head—an exploding mountain of fur and legs and tail—and slammed onto the ground. It turned to face me, panting. Pacing back and forth, its massive paws glinted with curved nails as it smashed the mud. Steam bellowed from its giant nostrils and horns protruded from a head covered in a shaggy brown mane. Tinted burnt orange, the beast raged part lion, part bull. I backed away from the monster, hauling Charlie with me.

“What now?” Charlie stuttered.

I carefully nocked an arrow to my bow, keeping my eyes on the beast as it snorted and pawed the ground, spewing up clomps of dirt. The rain spiked harder.

“Let us go,” I said.

The beast churned up the ground and shook its giant mane, groaning low in its throat. “Hungrrrry.” I must’ve imagined him speaking. Without my lightning orb, I didn’t have powers to understand animals on Nostos.

Charlie pulled me back. “What did it say?”

“I don’t know,” I said.

“Well, I think it said ‘time to eat’.”

He had no idea how right he was.

With each step the beast inched toward us, we took one back. I pulled back my arrow, the tension scorching my arm. The lion-bull shuddered; loose skin flapping against its gigantic, bony frame. Its swollen tongue hung from its mouth, and its ribs outlined sharp against its skin with each desperate pant. Red-rimmed eyes burned into mine.

“It’s starving, Charlie,” I whispered.

“And we’re dinner!”

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ABOUT JOSHUA AND THE LIGHTNING ROAD:
Twelve-year-old Joshua Cooper learns the hard way that lightning never strikes by chance when a bolt strikes his house and whisks away his best friend—possibly forever. Armed with only luck and his grandfather’s mysterious crystal, Joshua must save his friend by traveling the Lightning Road to a dark world that steals children for energy. New friends come to Joshua’s aid and while battling beasts and bandits and fending off the Child Collector, Joshua’s mission quickly becomes more than a search for his friend—it becomes the battle of his life.

PRAISE FOR JOSHUA AND THE LIGHTNING ROAD:
 “Vividly imagined characters in a gripping action fantasy that never lets you go until the very last page.” —Jenny Nimmo, New York Times bestselling author of the Charlie Bone series

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Joshua and the Lightning Road is available now through October 15th for just $0.99cents on e-book from these book sellers:
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ABOUT JOSHUA AND THE ARROW REALM:
Joshua never thought he’d be called back to the world of Nostos so soon. But when his friend King Apollo needs his help in the Arrow Realm, Joshua braves this dark world once more in order to save him. With Joshua’s loyalties divided between Nostos and Earth, he must rely on his courage and powers to restore magic to this desperate world and to free its people. Abandoned by his friends in his quest, unarmed, and facing great odds, can he survive on instincts alone and not only save those imprisoned—but himself?

PRAISE FOR JOSHUA AND THE ARROW REALM:
“Fast-paced and endlessly inventive, this is a high-stakes romp through a wild world where descendants of the Greek gods walk beside you, beasts abound, and not everything—or everyone—is as it seems.” –Michael Northrop, New York Times bestselling author of the TombQuest series

Joshua and the Arrow Realm is available through these book sellers:
Amazon: mybook.to/ArrowRealm
Barnes & Noble: https://bit.ly/2N3OYGG
Kobo: https://bit.ly/2IjXYGX
Apple iBooks: https://apple.co/2xFU4Ea

ABOUT DONNA:
Donna Galanti is the author of the bestselling paranormal suspense Element Trilogy andDonnaGalantiSmall2 the children’s fantasy adventure Joshua and The Lightning Road series. Donna is a contributing editor for International Thriller Writers the Big Thrill magazine, a writing contest judge at nycmidnight.com, and regularly presents as a guest author at schools and teaches at writing conferences. She’s lived from England as a child, to Hawaii as a U.S. Navy photographer. Donna also loves teaching writers about building author brand and platform through her free training series at yourawesomeauthorlife.com. Visit her at donnagalanti.com.

CONNECT WITH DONNA:
Website: http://www.donnagalanti.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/DonnaGalanti

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DonnaGalantiAuthor

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20983429-joshua-and-the-lightning-road

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MMGM for 10/8/18

                          

ALWAYS in the MIDDLE (that’s me) has an exciting historical fiction to share—JOURNEY OF THE PALE BEAR. Click the MMGM logo to reach my review and be sure to check out all the other sites below.
June McCrary Jacobs at ‘Reading, Writing, & Stitch-Metic has a STEAM book, ‘Plant, Cook, Eat!  A Children’s Cookbook‘ by  Joe Archer and Caroline Craig. She’ll also be celebrating the fifth-anniversary of the release of her first book, ‘A Holiday Miracle in Apple Blossom‘ on a separate post later today with a GIVEAWAY.
Natalie Aguirre at Literary Rambles interviews debut author Miranda Cruz with a GIVEAWAY of her MG contemporary Everlasting Nora. I’m sure its another great Q & A post!
Andrea Mack at That’s Another Story is featuring the wonderful FRONT DESK by Kelly Yang. The story reminds her of the many things she can be thankful for in life.
Suzanne Warr at Tales From The Raven has her first spotlight of the month on The Boy Who Knew Too Much, by Commander S. T. Bolivar III.
Completely Full Bookshelf returns this week with a recommendation for Invisible Emmie by Terri Libenson. Check out the review with a click on MMGM.
Patricia Tilton at Children’s Books Heal is reviewing Harbor Me by Jacqueline Woodson, a book getting a lot of buzz for awards this year. Take a look at what Patricia has to say about it.
Beth Mitchell at Imaginary Friends gives us her take on The Wishmakers by Tyler Whitesides, a funny book about wishes and their consequences.
Rosi Hollinbeck has a review of SPOOKED!: How a Radio Broadcast and The War of the Worlds sparked the 1938 Invasion of America by Gail Jarrow. Rosi also includes some helpful links for writers.
Tonya’s Trunk of Amazing Books has an excellent review of THE PARKER INHERITANCE. Also included are references to enhance your understanding of this work of historical fiction.
Karen Yingling at Ms. Yingling Reads always has an informative MMGM post. Be sure to check out today’s feature and all of her other reviews the past week.
If you would like to join in the MMGM fun and get your own spot in the parade, all you have to do is blog about a middle grade book you love on a Monday (contests, author interviews and whatnot also count–but are most definitely not required) and email me the title of the book you’re featuring and a link to your blog at gpcolo (at) gmail (dot) com
(Make sure you put MMGM or Marvelous Middle Grade Monday in the subject line so it gets sorted accurately–and please don’t forget to say what book you’re featuring)
You MUST email me your link by Sunday evening (11 PM Eastern Time) in order to be included in the list of links for the coming Monday.
Thanks for spreading the middle grade love and for being a part of this awesome tradition begun by Shannon Messenger and carried on here at ALWAYS in the MIDDLE! (CLICK HERE FOR PAST MMGM POSTS)
*Please note: these posts are not a reflection of my own opinions on the books featured. Each blogger is responsible for their own MMGM content and I do not pre-screen reviews ahead of time, nor do I control what books they choose. I simply assemble the list based on the links that are emailed to me.
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JOURNEY OF THE PALE BEAR

The year is 1251, perhaps 1252, and the King of Norway gives the King of England a Royal Bear as a gift. The bear did arrive and lived many years in the menageries of the Tower of London.

This much historians agree on. But how did the bear actually make the journey?journey-of-the-pale-bear-9781534420779_hr

In the hands of Susan Fletcher, a gifted storyteller, the tale unfolds in rapid fashion and will have you turning the pages to see what comes next. I’d like to believe this is the way it really happened…

Twelve-year-old Arthur runs away from home to escape his less than welcoming step father and step brothers. His goal is Wales where his dead father’s kin supposedly are waiting for him. When he discovers a bear in a cage he doesn’t realize his life is about to change. He and the bear connect in ways no one has seen before and they end up making the harrowing journey to London together.

The thrilling tale is told through Arthur in fifty-three short chapters. It may be the book that breaks the stigma to middle grade kids that historical books are boring. I could barely put it down as the writing urges you to read one more chapter.

Read it aloud or treasure it alone. It’s a journey you won’t forget.

PUBLICATION DATE: October 2, 2018   PAGE COUNT: 304

THE OFFICIAL WORD on what to expect from Simon & Schuster Books:

The polar bear is a royal bear, a gift from the King of Norway to the King of England. The first time Arthur encounters the bear, he is shoved in her cage as payback for stealing food. Restless and deadly, the bear terrifies him. Yet, strangely, she doesn’t harm him—though she has attacked anyone else who comes near. That makes Arthur valuable to the doctor in charge of getting the bear safely to London. So Arthur, who has run away from home, finds himself taking care of a polar bear on a ship to England.

Tasked with feeding and cleaning up after the bear, Arthur’s fears slowly lessen as he begins to feel a connection to this bear, who like him, has been cut off from her family. But the journey holds many dangers, and Arthur knows his own freedom—perhaps even his life—depends on keeping the bear from harm. When pirates attack and the ship founders, Arthur must make a choice—does he do everything he can to save himself, or does he help the bear to find freedom?

Based on the real story of a polar bear that lived in the Tower of London, this timeless adventure story is also a touching account of the bond between a boy and a bear.

FIVE THINGS TO LIKE ABOUT:

JOURNEY OF THE PALE BEAR Susan Fletcher

  1. Questions abound after the quiet last page, but you realize this is the way it must end.
  2. Life at sea is no picnic especially when you have a caged bear on board. The details of living and working on a 13th century ship is shown with brilliant world building.
  3. The doctor who befriends young Arthur was a heartwarming part of the story. His intentions went far beyond getting the bear to London.
  4. The cover is a winner. It’s a single scene that hints at the dangers ahead.
  5. You long to hear the Mother’s side, surely in deep pain at losing her son. But keeping it in Arthur’s viewpoint was the best way for readers.

AUTHOR BIO and her INSPIRATION:

Susan Fletcher is the acclaimed author of Journey of the Pale Bear; as well as the Dragon Chronicles, composed of Dragon’s MilkFlight of the Dragon KynSign of the Dove, and Ancient, Strange, and Lovely; and the award-winning Alphabet of DreamsShadow SpinnerWalk Across the Sea, and Falcon in the Glass. Ms. Fletcher lives in Texas. Visit her at Susan Fletcher.com.

The fact that the citizens of London in the thirteenth century were treated to the sight of a polar bear swimming in the Thames River just got me. It took a long time for the shape of the story to unfold, but eventually I came to this: We know, more or less, what happened to the bear at the Tower. But who was the keeper who came with the bear from Norway? And how did keeper and bear travel to England? And if the keeper actually swam in the river with the bear… There must have been some kind of unusual bond between them. How did that come about?

Journey of the Pale Bear is my imagined answer to those questions.

For much more visit Susan’s web site.

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CATS VS. ROBOTS—THIS IS WAR

An interesting new series sure to capture the attention of both robot and cat lovers. Twins Max and Min Wengrod are on opposite sides. Max prefers cats and video games while Mcatsvsrobots.jpgin could be the first poster child for STEM with her love of robotics. The technology infused home is full of robots and a overseer called House (Kind of like Apple’s Seri or Google Assistant). Trouble arrives when their parents are called away on a business trip, leaving the kids in the care of their favorite cousin, Javi, a gender neutral who prefers to be called with the pronouns them or their.

They all get caught in the middle of a war between the Robot Federation and the Feline Empire, who have been enemies in the universe for eons. The ultimate prize is a Singularity Chip hidden at the Wengrod’s house. With it, cats can live past their nine lives, and robots are granted eternal battery life.

Enter two kittens Max finds. Min’s horrified these two fur balls could ruin her chances at the Battle of the Bots competition. Little do they know a war is about to obliterate them all.

Told in third person, it’s a bit long (307 pages) due to the third person narration which often repeats to show the viewpoint of the various stakeholders. Regardless, the setup for book #2 is done well. Themes of being your own person and seeing past other’s differences are a great outcome.  I can only imagine the fun these married authors had writing the plot. They even enlisted their fifteen-year-old who did the spot-on illustrations at the beginning of each chapter.

For more about how to order your own copy, bios of the authors and illustrators, and some fun images and videos visit the Cats vs. Robots web page.

(I received a copy of the book from HarperCollins for this review)

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Coming up next week is another…
If you would like to join in the MMGM fun, all you have to do is blog about a middle grade book on a Monday (contests, author interviews and whatnot also count–but are most definitely not required) and email me the title of the book you’re featuring and a link to your blog at gpcolo (at) gmail (dot) com
 (Make sure you put MMGM or Marvelous Middle Grade Monday in the subject line so it gets sorted accurately–and please don’t forget to say what book you’re featuring) You MUST email me your link by Sunday evening (11 PM Eastern Time) in order to be included in the list of links for the coming Monday.
Thanks for spreading the middle grade love and for being a part of this awesome tradition begun by Shannon Messenger and carried on here at ALWAYS in the MIDDLE! (CLICK HERE FOR PAST MMGM POSTS)
*Please note: these posts are not a reflection of my own opinions on the books featured. Each blogger is responsible for their own MMGM content and I do not pre-screen reviews ahead of time, nor do I control what books they choose. I simply assemble the list based on the links that are emailed to me.

 

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Middle Grade in the NEWS 10/4/18

Here are a few news and special feature articles I’ve enjoyed this week:INTHE NEWS

  1. Praising the benefits of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library and how important reading/talking to infants is to later development in Middle Grades.
  2. YA author, Elizabeth Spencer shares her thoughts on what makes a Middle Grade book different from YA. Not your typical response.

The only big news on next week’s post will be Author Donna Galanti as she shares her new cover reveals for THE LIGHTNING ROAD series and a chance for readers to enter a giveaway.

That’s all for now. I’ll be back Friday with a new review.

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MMGM for 10/1/18

                      

It’s National Homemade Cookie Day for MMGM’s first of October. ALWAYS in the MIDDLE kicks off the Blog Tour for GARBAGE ISLAND by Fred Koehler. Click the cookie to reach my review and be sure to check out all the other sites below.
June McCrary Jacobs at ‘Reading, Writing, & Stitch-Metic has a biography of Architect Secundino Fernandez written by Rosemary Wells with Secundino Fernandez, ‘My Havana:  Memories of a Cuban Boyhood’.
Kara Armstrong at Scribbles of an Aspiring Writer has a review of an upper middle grade novel called, Always and Forever, Lara Jean, by Jenny Han.
Patricia Tilton at Children’s Books Heal is reviewing The Sky at Our Feet by Nadia Hashim about two brave teens on the run in NYC.
Beth Mitchell at Imaginary Friends has another great review. This week it is Nerd Camp by Elissa Brent Weissman. It was a past CYBILS award winner.
Rosi Hollinbeck has a review & GIVEAWAY of Dear Libby by Libby Kiszner. Be sure to also click on her links for writers as they are always very helpful.
Mrsninofranco at Turn off the TV…and pick up a book! reviews THE KEY TO EVERY THING by Pat Schmatz. Read the review along with all of her recent posts.
Karen Yingling at Ms. Yingling Reads always has an informative MMGM post. Be sure to check out today’s feature and all of her other reviews the past week.
If you would like to join in the MMGM fun and get your own spot in the parade, all you have to do is blog about a middle grade book you love on a Monday (contests, author interviews and whatnot also count–but are most definitely not required) and email me the title of the book you’re featuring and a link to your blog at gpcolo (at) gmail (dot) com
(Make sure you put MMGM or Marvelous Middle Grade Monday in the subject line so it gets sorted accurately–and please don’t forget to say what book you’re featuring)
You MUST email me your link by Sunday evening (11 PM Eastern Time) in order to be included in the list of links for the coming Monday.
Thanks for spreading the middle grade love and for being a part of this awesome tradition begun by Shannon Messenger and carried on here at ALWAYS in the MIDDLE! (CLICK HERE FOR PAST MMGM POSTS)
*Please note: these posts are not a reflection of my own opinions on the books featured. Each blogger is responsible for their own MMGM content and I do not pre-screen reviews ahead of time, nor do I control what books they choose. I simply assemble the list based on the links that are emailed to me.
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GARBAGE ISLAND

Welcome to another MARVELOUS MIDDLE GRADE MONDAY and the first stop on the GARBAGE ISLAND BLOG TOUR! You’ll find more about this title in the coming weeks at these other blogs:

GARBAGE ISLAND cover.jpgTue 10/2             Miss Marple’s Musings

Wed 10/3           Inkygirl

Thu 10/4             Storymamas

Fri 10/5               Teen Librarian Toolbox

Mon 10/8           Librarian in Cute Shoes

Tue 10/9             KidLit Frenzy

Wed 10/10     Middle Grade Book Village

Thu 10/11          Mrs. Knott’s Book Nook

Fri 10/12             Middle Grade Minded

Sat 10/13            Unleashing Readers

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a large area of mostly plastic floating in the north stretches of the Pacific Ocean. There has been much written about it since its discovery in the mid 1980s. If you want to learn more this Wikipedia article is very thorough.

Author Fred Koehler goes a different route and uses the garbage patch as a setting for a fun and enlightening story. I don’t read many books where all the characters are talking animals, but what I like here is that you can see human type personality traits in all of the animals.

Our two main characters include Mayor Popli on the left. He’s the mouse mayor of this island of garbage. On the right is Archibald Shrew, the exact opposite in personality. A gifted inventor, Archie tends to act before thinks. It gets him and the whole island in trouble more than once.

The story moves along at a nice pace and the mostly short chapters (39 in all) will encourage emerging readers to give this one a try. It has read aloud potential both as a bedtime story or in those five minutes before the bell rings. There’s plenty of adventure and conflict along with many more animals, both above and below the water. This is the first book in THE NEARLY ALWAYS PERILOUS ADVENTURES OF ARCHIBALD SHREW series and the ending hints at where the next is headed.

“Snakespit!” We’ll have to wait for that one.

PUBLICATION DATE: October 9, 2018   PAGE COUNT: 288

THE OFFICIAL STORY BLURB (From Boyds Mills Press)

In this gripping adventure, a mouse and a shrew, lost at sea, try to navigate to their home in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Braving multiple dangers, they discover they have more in common than they ever could have imagined.

Mr. Popli, the mouse Mayor of Garbage Island, is always at odds with Archibald Shrew, a brilliant but reckless inventor. When Garbage Island splits apart, they’re trapped together in Mr. Popli’s houseboat, desperate to find their way back home. At first, they only argue, but when they face a perilous thunderstorm and a series of predators, they begin to work together and recognize—in themselves and in each other—strengths they didn’t know they had. Nonstop action and deep emotion intertwine in this tale of opposites who discover that with bravery, creativity, and friendship, they can triumph over adversity. The story is further brought to life by original black-and-white illustrations by the author.

FIVE THINGS TO LIKE ABOUT: GARBAGE ISLAND by Fred Koehler

  1. I never expected the change in Archie, both in his new position on the island and losing something we often take for granted.
  2. The author’s black and white full page illustrations are scattered among the pages. They make a nice visual companion to the action in the story.
  3. What these animals do with trash is quite wonderful, led by the plastic milk jug retrofitted to be the mayor’s boat. He calls it Abigail.
  4. Family, working together, and seeing the good in others takes center stage.
  5. The third person narration is a page turner with new surprises in every chapter.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Fred Koehler is an artist and storyteller whose real-life misadventures include sunken boats, covert border crossings, and fighting off robbers in the dead of night. Whether frfred_koehler_M.jpgee diving in the Gulf of Mexico or backpacking across Africa, Fred’s sense of adventure and awe of nature overflow into his characters’ stories.

Between book projects, Fred also runs a highly-sought after design studio, helping brands across the US tell their own stories.

Fred is passionate about encouraging young artists, promoting social justice, and conserving our environment. He lives in Florida with his wife, kids, and a rescue dog named Cheerio Mutt-Face McChubbybutt.

For more about Fred and his books click here to reach his author website.

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I was given a copy of the book for my honest review.

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