Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Clockwork Prince - Cassandra Clare

In the magical underworld of Victorian London, Tessa Gray has at last found safety with the Shadowhunters. But that safety proves fleeting when rogue forces in the Clave plot to see her protector, Charlotte, replaced as head of the Institute. If Charlotte loses her position, Tessa will be out on the street and easy prey for the mysterious Magister, who wants to use Tessa's powers for his own dark ends.

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday was a meme hosted by Breaking the Spine, so that bloggers can feature upcoming releases that they cannot wait to get their hands on.

Here's my Waiting on Wednesday...Purple Three-quel Edition!

The days are growing darker for 17-year-old demon trapper Riley Blackthorne. With her father’s reanimated body back safely, Beck barely speaking to her because of her tryst with a hunky fallen angel and a deal freshly made with Lucifer, she has enough on her hands to last a normal teenage lifetime. Though she bargained with Heaven to save his life, her ex-boyfriend Simon has told the Vatican’s elite team of demon hunters that she’s working with Hell. So now she’s on the run, at the top of everyone’s most-wanted list.

But it’s becoming clear that this is bigger than either Riley or Beck, and rapidly getting out of control. Someone's tampering with Atlanta's Holy Water, and it’s on Riley to figure out who. On top of that, there’s something wrong with the demons; they’re working together—and refusing to die. The trappers and hunters are doing their best, but civilians are falling in harm’s way.

Caught between her bargain with Heaven and her promise to Lucifer, Riley fears the final war is coming—and it may be closer than anyone thinks…

 I'm DYING for this one.  I've read both The Demon Trapper's Daughter and Soul Thief and I adored both of them. (Team Beck! \o/) I can't wait to get my hands on this one.

In the end, all that’s left is an echo.

Violet kept her morbid ability to sense dead bodies a secret from everyone except her family and her childhood-best-friend-turned-boyfriend, Jay Heaton. That is until forensic psychologist Sara Priest discovered Violet’s talent and invited her to use her gift to track down murderers. Now, as she works with an eclectic group of individuals—including mysterious and dangerously attractive Rafe—it’s Violet’s job to help those who have been murdered by bringing their killers to justice.

When Violet discovers the body of a college girl killed by “the girlfriend collector” she is determined to solve the case. But now the serial killer is on the lookout for a new “relationship” and Violet may have caught his eye....
 Loved Loved LOVED the first two Body Finder novels.  And while I'm more than a teeny bit wary of Rafe (I love Jay like there's no tomorrow) I'm really looking forward to this one.

The third book in the Paranormalcy trilogy.

The final chapter of Evie's adventures. Old friends, new ones, all wrapped up in impossible decisions. And some ball gowns. Because what's a life of normal and paranormal drama without a ball gown or two?

 So many three-quels this coming year are purple.  Coincidence?  I think not.  But they're all gorgeous and I want them all!  And since I adored Paranormalcy, there's no way this one wasn't going to make my list.

So that's it for me, lovelies.  What about you?  Let me know what you're waiting on in the comments!

Love ya!


Monday, December 12, 2011

Clockwork Angel - Cassandra Clare


Magic is dangerous--but love is more dangerous still.

When sixteen-year-old Tessa Gray crosses the ocean to find her brother, her destination is England, the time is the reign of Queen Victoria, and something terrifying is waiting for her in London's Downworld, where vampires, warlocks and other supernatural folk stalk the gaslit streets. Only the Shadowhunters, warriors dedicated to ridding the world of demons, keep order amidst the chaos.

Kidnapped by the mysterious Dark Sisters, members of a secret organization called The Pandemonium Club, Tessa soon learns that she herself is a Downworlder with a rare ability: the power to transform, at will, into another person. What's more, the Magister, the shadowy figure who runs the Club, will stop at nothing to claim Tessa's power for his own.

Friendless and hunted, Tessa takes refuge with the Shadowhunters of the London Institute, who swear to find her brother if she will use her power to help them. She soon finds herself fascinated by--and torn between--two best friends: James, whose fragile beauty hides a deadly secret, and blue-eyed Will, whose caustic wit and volatile moods keep everyone in his life at arm's length...everyone, that is, but Tessa. As their search draws them deep into the heart of an arcane plot that threatens to destroy the Shadowhunters, Tessa realizes that she may need to choose between saving her brother and helping her new friends save the world...and that love may be the most dangerous magic of all.

I love the mythology that Cassandra Clare has created.  This is a prequel to her Mortal Instruments series, and it takes place in historical London.  Tessa Gray has traveled to London to find her brother only to find herself swept up in a supernatural world that she had no idea even existed.  She's captured by the Dark Sisters who force her to...change.

Because Tessa Gray has the ability to take someone's belonging in hand and change her shape to mimic them.  But not only mimic, but to see into their minds.  It's a gift that she never even knew she had, and it isn't exactly welcome when it results in her being taken hostage.

But then she is rescued by Will Herondale, a Shadowhunter, and she ends up immersed in their world and in a war between the Shadowhunters and the Downworlders and a new enemy in The Magister who wants Tessa for his own purposes.

I love the characters Cassandra Clare has created.  Tessa is a great introduction to the world, and Will is both dreamy and infuriating.  Jem is calm and mysterious and Jessamine is the character I love to hate.  I think I'll always have a soft spot in my heart for Sophie and Thomas, not to mention Charlotte--the leader of the local group of Shadowhunters--and Henry, her scatterbrained inventor husband.

I also loved how so much of the story was kept shrouded in mystery.  This story kept me guessing as to what was going on, and there were some things I just didn't see coming.

Great read!  Loved it!


(slightly belated) In My Mailbox

Due to a bunch of computer issues over the weekend (my laptop's harddrive crashed & had to be replaced) my In My Mailbox post is a teeny bit belated...but here it is!

adorable graphic snagged from

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren!

From Macmillan for review:
Monstrous Beauty
The Raft
Of Poseidon
Monument 14

Bought (because they were shiny and I'm a magpie):
Shatter Me
Dark Eden

From Hachette for review:
The Last Princess
The Way We Fall

From RandomHouseCanada for review:
Dearly, Departed
The Death Cure

From the Library:
Queen of the Dead

So, as you can see, I had an AMAZING book week.

I know it's a little late, but let me know what you got in your mailbox this week in the comments!

Happy Reading!


Sunday, December 4, 2011

In My Mailbox - December 3rd

adorable graphic snagged from

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren!

Sooo...after weeks of empty mailboxes, things got kind of crazy around here...

First, a HUGE box of books from Hachette UK Canada arrived, and this is what was inside...

I was practically DANCING when I saw this.

Then, even more goodies arrived...(this time from Penguin Canada and Raincoast Books)...

And then I went to the library, and these lovelies were on the hold shelf for me...

And then, in case THAT wasn't enough...I went book shopping with a group of other Ontario Book Bloggers, and THIS happened...

So, in summary, I had an AMAZING book week.

How about you?

What did you get in your mailbox?

Tell me in the comments!


Friday, December 2, 2011

REVIEW - Drummer Girl by Karen Bass

The Fourth Down needs a drummer, and Sidney's easily the best in the school. But the all-male band has conditions for her to be allowed in—such as dressing like a girl. Accustomed to invisibility, Sid soon discovers the consequences to her makeover. It's not only that playing kit in a skirt is impractical. But as someone once taunted about her sexuality for being a drum-playing girl who likes shop class, now Sid is forced to deal with guys who think her new look makes her fair game. Sidney begins to realize the price of compromising who you really are. 

4/5 Stars!

Readers, if I could tell you one thing about this book, it would be this: Do NOT let the adorable cover fool you.

This book was way rougher on the main character than I expected it to be. All Sid wanted was to be in a band. She's been kind of floundering ever since her big brother left for school and her father got a promotion that's been taking up all of his time. The one constant in her life is her drumming. But she's not content to keep it hidden in the basement any longer. She wants to get out there and play! So when she hears the school's local rock-group is holding auditions for a new drummer, she goes for it.

But there's a problem. One of the guys is dead-set against having a girl in the band, and will only vote her in if--as a great deal of the school thinks--she's a lesbian. Another of the guys is cool with having her in the band, but has vetoed her because of her look--or lack of one. So Sid is stuck between a rock and a hard place. She's not actually a lesbian, and doesn't want to pretend to be one, so she bids her old look--and her beloved baggie jeans and band t-shirts--goodbye, and tries for a new look.

But that brings her all kinds of attention she doesn't want, and her best friend is pissed at her for changing herself just to fit in.

Sid has to deal with so many jerks in this book. I felt so bad for her. But Sid is tougher inside than she knows.

I loved seeing how she related to all the different characters--from her best friend, who's pissed at her and has his own problems, to Wes, her worst enemy, who makes her life tougher every step of the way. Also? Brad is one of the most adorable love interests in history.

So, in summary, do NOT let the cover fool you. It's a great cover, and totally showcases the joy Sid feels while drumming, but that's only part of the story. It's a rough ride through highschool for Sid, and I enjoyed it every step of the way!


Cover Watch - Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry

In Pushing the Limits, two teens, brought together by their court ordered therapist, work together to learn the secrets of their case files, but neither foresaw the shattering consequences of the learning the truth regarding their families or of falling in love.

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This...looks...AMAZING.  I love the cover, and the premise.


What about you?


Thursday, December 1, 2011

REVIEW Shattered Souls by Mary Lindsey

A thrilling debut story of death, love, destiny and danger

Lenzi hears voices and has visions - gravestones, floods, a boy with steel gray eyes. Her boyfriend, Zak, can't help, and everything keeps getting louder and more intense. Then Lenzi meets Alden, the boy from her dreams, who reveals that she's a reincarnated Speaker - someone who can talk to and help lost souls - and that he has been her Protector for centuries.

Now Lenzi must choose between her life with Zak and the life she is destined to lead with Alden. But time is running out: a malevolent spirit is out to destroy Lenzi, and he will kill her if she doesn't make a decision soon.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

COVER WATCH - Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne

Fourteen kids. One superstore. A million things that go wrong.

A huge store isn’t the worst place to be stranded. There’s food and water, bedding and books. But what if it’s not safe to leave? Emmy Laybourne had us from the get-go with her utterly fresh and fast-paced debut.

Six high school kids (some popular, some not), two eighth graders (one a tech genius), and six little kids are trapped together in a chain superstore. Together they build a refuge for themselves inside, while outside, a series of escalating disasters, beginning with a monster hailstorm and ending with a chemical weapon spill, seems to be tearing the world—as they know it—apart.
Look at it!  Isn't it gorgeous?
It looks so badass.  I love it.  I always get a thrill when I spot new covers.
I'm dying to read this one, too.  I love end-of-the-world stories.
Thoughts, my darlings?

Waiting on Wednesday...

Waiting on Wednesday was a meme hosted by Breaking the Spine, so that bloggers can feature upcoming releases that they cannot wait to get their hands on.

Here's mine...

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

REVIEW The Ghost and The Goth by Stacey Kade

The Ghost and The Goth
by Stacey Kade
June 29, 2010
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Alona Dare–Senior in high school, co-captain of the cheerleading squad, Homecoming Queen three years in a row, voted most likely to marry a movie star… and newly dead.

I’m the girl you hated in high school. Is it my fault I was born with it all-good looks, silky blond hair, a hot bod, and a keen sense of what everyone else should not be wearing? But my life isn’t perfect, especially since I died. Run over by a bus of band geeks—is there anything more humiliating? As it turns out, yes—watching your boyfriend and friends move on with life, only days after your funeral. And you wouldn’t believe what they’re saying about me now that they think I can’t hear them. To top it off, I’m starting to disappear, flickering in and out of existence. I don’t know where I go when I’m gone, but it’s not good. Where is that freaking white light already?

Will Killian–Senior in high school, outcast, dubbed “Will Kill” by the popular crowd for the unearthly aura around him, voted most likely to rob a bank…and a ghost-talker.

I can see, hear, and touch the dead. Unfortunately, they can also see, hear and touch me. Yeah, because surviving high school isn’t hard enough already. I’ve done my best to hide my “gift.” After all, my dad, who shared my ability, killed himself because of it when I was fifteen. But lately, pretending to be normal has gotten a lot harder. A new ghost—an anonymous, seething cloud of negative energy with the capacity to throw me around—is pursuing me with a vengeance. My mom, who knows nothing about what I can do, is worrying about the increase in odd incidents, my shrink is tossing around terms like “temporary confinement for psychiatric evaluation,” and my principal, who thinks I’m a disruption and a faker, is searching for every way possible to get rid of me. How many weeks until graduation?

Monday, November 28, 2011

My NaNoWriMo Experience

Day 0
Took the day off work to simultaneously relax and gear myself up for what was to come. I had warned everyone of what I was planning, and that I was not to be disturbed.

 Had a mini freak-out over what I was about to get myself into.

 Talked to the Boyfriend on the phone. While he has always been supportive of my writing, he's always been kind of teasing about it if there are things he finds ridiculous (read: vampires, werewolves, etc). He asked what my story was about. I told him I didn't want to tell him because he would think it was silly. He responded with what was quite possibly the most PERFECT answer ever. It was something to the effect of "but isn't that what you're trying to do? Tell a story?" And you know what? He was right.

Spent the evening telling the Boyfriend exactly what the story was, and reading him all the notes I'd prepared in advance. He liked it.

The Boyfriend then asked me a question that made me feel like a REAL WRITER: "Where do you get your ideas?" It made my day.

I was ready.  This thing was going DOWN.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

In My Mailbox - November 26th

In My Mailbox was created by The Story Siren. It's a weekly meme where bloggers share the books they've received throughout the week.

If you'd like to participate, or would like to know more, here's the link: In My Mailbox

I haven't done one of these in FOREVER, so here's what I've gotten in the past few's been a slow few weeks.

for review
The Water Wars by Cameron Stracher
My Life Undecided by Jessica Brody
Cicada by Belle Whittington

Cinder pocket mirror

A HUGE thank you to Sourcebooks and Macmillan and Belle Whittington for these titles and the swag!

Friday, November 25, 2011

REVIEW - Soul Thief by Jana Oliver

Paperback, US, 339 pages

Published August 30th 2011 by St. Martin's Griffin

Riley Blackthorne is beginning to learn that there are worse things than death by demon. And love is just one of them…

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday - A Beautiful Evil by Kelly Keaton

Waiting on Wednesday was a meme hosted by Breaking the Spine, so that bloggers can feature upcoming releases that they cannot wait to get their hands on.

Here's mine...

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Cover-Judgers Anonymous - Black Heart by Holly Black

Never judge a book by its cover.

If you've read my blog, you've probably heard me refer to myself as a shameless (SHAMELESS!) cover-judger. I know, I'm seeking help. But I don't think I'm the only one out there who does it.

So I invite you, readers, to share your opinion, and maybe we can find a cure for this problem together...or not.

Let the (shameless! SHAMELESS!) cover-judging begin!
And ALL knew this one was coming...
Cassel Sharpe knows he’s been used as an assassin, but he’s trying to put all that behind him. He’s trying to be good, even though he grew up in a family of con artists and cheating comes as easily as breathing to him. He’s trying to do the right thing, even though the girl he loves is inextricably connected with crime. And he’s trying to convince himself that working for the Feds is smart, even though he’s been raised to believe the government is the enemy.

But with a mother on the lam, the girl he loves about to take her place in the Mob, and new secrets coming to light, the line between what’s right and what’s wrong becomes increasingly blurred. When the Feds ask Cassel to do the one thing he said he would never do again, he needs to sort out what’s a con and what’s truth. In a dangerous game and with his life on the line, Cassel may have to make his biggest gamble yet—this time on love.

If you read my blog, you've probably noticed that I've pretty much been completely ignoring the fact that there is a new cover for this title.

Let's take a closer look at the new cover, just so you can see what I've been avoiding.

I'll be honest. It's a very pretty cover. I like the black and the purple and the font. I like the stylistic swirls making up the faces in the background.

I like it.

However, it's not the cover I fell in love with.

I'm a HUGE fan of this series. If you haven't read it, I really recommend that you do. The worldbuilding here is phenominal. It's very dark and mysterious and kinda film noir-esque. And the original cover for Black Heart fit it perfectly. I loved the red and black and white. I loved the models. I loved the font. I loved that the font was different colours.


(I know they changed the first cover when they went to paperback, but it wasn't so big of a change...just revealing the model's eyes and changing the font a little. It wasn't nearly as big a change as this is.)

Now it won't match and this saddens me. 

Monday, November 21, 2011

REVIEW - Shatter Me - Tahereh Mafi

Hardcover, 342 pages

Expected publication: November 15th 2011 by Harper/HarperCollins

Juliette hasn't touched anyone in exactly 264 days.

The last time she did, it was an accident, but The Reestablishment locked her up for murder. No one knows why Juliette's touch is fatal. As long as she doesn't hurt anyone else, no one really cares. The world is too busy crumbling to pieces to pay attention to a 17-year-old girl. Diseases are destroying the population, food is hard to find, birds don't fly anymore, and the clouds are the wrong color.

The Reestablishment said their way was the only way to fix things, so they threw Juliette in a cell.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

REVIEW - The Unwanteds - Lisa McMann

Hardcover, 390 pages

Published August 30th 2011 by Aladdin

Every year in Quill, thirteen-year-olds are sorted into categories: the strong, intelligent Wanteds go to university, and the artistic Unwanteds are sent to their deaths.

Thirteen-year-old Alex tries his hardest to be stoic when his fate is announced as Unwanted, even while leaving behind his twin, Aaron, a Wanted. Upon arrival at the destination where he expected to be eliminated, however, Alex discovers a stunning secret—behind the mirage of the "death farm" there is instead a place called Artime.

Cover Watch

I've found another new cover for you today!

I'm not sure if I'm in love with the cover itself, but I'm super-intrigued by the story's synopsis.

Take a look!

So Close to You brims with the compelling “what if” mysteries surrounding The Time Traveler’s Wife and all of the the action and creepy government experiments of The Maze Runner—and, in a new twist, presents a piercing look at a dark period in history and imagines what changes could have produced an utterly different world...and what one girl would do to stop it.

Lydia Bentley has heard stories about the Montauk Project all her life: stories about the experiments that took place at the abandoned military base near her home and the people who’ve disappeared over the years. When she stumbles into a vessel that transports her to a dangerous and strange new reality, Lydia realizes that all the stories she’s ever heard about the Montauk Project are true—and that she’s in the middle of one of the most dangerous experiments in history.

Alongside Wes, a darkly mysterious boy whom she is wary to trust, Lydia begins to unravel the secrets surrounding the project. But the truths behind these secrets force her to question all her choices. And if Lydia chooses wrong, she might not save her family but destroy them...and herself.

Tell me in the comments!


Cover Watch

I spy with my little eye...

...the sequel to Eve!

So gorgeous!

What do you think?

here's the summary (warning! contains spoilers for book one!)

Sixteen years have passed since a deadly virus wiped out most of the Earth’s population. After learning of the terrifying part she and her classmates were fated to play in the rebuilding of New America, eighteen-year-old Eve fled to the wilds and Califia, a haven for women determined to live outside the oppressive rule of the king of New America. However, her freedom came at a price: she was forced to leave Caleb, the boy she loves, wounded and alone at the city gates. Eve quickly learns that Califia may not be as safe as it seems and soon finds herself in the City of Sand and the palace of the king. There she uncovers the real reason he was so intent on her capture, and the unbelievable role he intends her to fill. When she is finally reunited with Caleb, they will enact a plan as daring as it is dangerous. But will Eve once again risk everything—her freedom, her life—for love?

Brimming with danger and star-crossed romance, and featuring a vivid dystopian landscape, this electrifying follow-up to Eve, which bestselling author Lauren Kate called “a gripping, unforgettable adventure—and a fresh look at what it means to love” is sure to appeal to fans who crave the high-stakes adventure of The Hunger Games and the irresistible love story of Romeo and Juliet.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday - Black Heart

Waiting on Wednesday was a meme hosted by Breaking the Spine, so that bloggers can feature upcoming releases that they cannot wait to get their hands on.

Here's mine...

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

REVIEW - The Space Between - Brenna Yovanoff

Hardcover, 352 pages

Expected publication: November 15th 2011 by Razorbill

Everything is made of steel, even the flowers. How can you love anything in a place like this?

Daphne is the half-demon, half-fallen angel daughter of Lucifer and Lilith. Life for her is an endless expanse of time, until her brother Obie is kidnapped - and Daphne realizes she may be partially responsible.

Determined to find him, Daphne travels from her home in Pandemonium to the vast streets of Earth, where everything is colder and more terrifying. With the help of the human boy she believes was the last person to see her brother alive, Daphne glimpses into his dreams, discovering clues to Obie's whereabouts.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Cover-Judgers Anonymous - Dark Inside by Jeyn Roberts

Never judge a book by its cover.

If you've read my blog, you've probably heard me refer to myself as a shameless (SHAMELESS!) cover-judger. I know, I'm seeking help. But I don't think I'm the only one out there who does it.

So I invite you, readers, to share your opinion, and maybe we can find a cure for this problem together...or not.

Let the (shameless!  SHAMELESS!) cover-judging begin!

Friday, November 11, 2011

REVIEW - Dark Inside - Jeyn Roberts

Hardcover, US, 336 pages

Published November 1st 2011 by Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing

Since mankind began, civilizations have always fallen: the Romans, the Greeks, the Aztecs…Now it’s our turn. Huge earthquakes rock the world. Cities are destroyed. But something even more awful is happening. An ancient evil has been unleashed, turning everday people into hunters, killers, crazies.

Mason's mother is dying after a terrible car accident. As he endures a last vigil at her hospital bed, his school is bombed and razed to the ground, and everyone he knows is killed.

Aries survives an earthquake aftershock on a bus, and thinks the worst is over when a mysterious stranger pulls her out of the wreckage, but she’s about to discover a world changed forever.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

REVIEW - Jane - April Linder

Hardcover, 373 pages

Published October 11th 2010
by Poppy
What if Jane Eyre fell in love with a rock star?

Forced to drop out of an esteemed East Coast college after the sudden death of her parents, Jane Moore takes a nanny job at Thornfield Park, the estate of Nico Rathburn, a world-famous rock star on the brink of a huge comeback. Practical and independent, Jane reluctantly becomes entranced by her magnetic and brooding employer and finds herself in the midst of a forbidden romance.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

REVIEW - The Demon Trapper's Daughter - Jana Oliver

Paperback, US Edition, 340 pages

Published February 1st 2011
by St. Martin's Griffin

Demon Trapper Riley Blackthorne just needs a chance to prove herself—and that’s exactly what Lucifer is counting on…

It’s the year 2018, and with human society seriously disrupted by the economic upheavals of the previous decade, Lucifer has increased the number of demons in all major cities. Atlanta is no exception. Fortunately, humans are protected by Demon Trappers, who work to keep homes and streets safe from the things that go bump in the night.

Shatter Me Trailer

The Shatter Me book trailer is taking the web by storm!

Have you seen it?  Seriously, WATCH THIS!  It looks AMAZING!

Waiting On Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday was a meme hosted by Breaking the Spine, so that bloggers can feature upcoming releases that they cannot wait to get their hands on.

Here's mine...

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

REVIEW - Daughter of Smoke and Bone - Laini Taylor

Hardcover, US, 420 pages
Published September 27th 2011
by Little, Brown & Company
Around the world, black handprints are appearing on doorways, scorched there by winged strangers who have crept through a slit in the sky.
In a dark and dusty shop, a devil's supply of human teeth grown dangerously low.
And in the tangled lanes of Prague, a young art student is about to be caught up in a brutal otherwordly war.

Meet Karou. She fills her sketchbooks with monsters that may or may not be real; she's prone to disappearing on mysterious "errands"; she speaks many languages--not all of them human; and her bright blue hair actually grows out of her head that color.

Cover-Judgers Anonymous - Reckless by Cornelia Funke

Never judge a book by its cover.

If you've read my blog, you've probably heard me refer to myself as a shameless (SHAMELESS!) cover-judger. I know, I'm seeking help. But I don't think I'm the only one out there who does it.

So I invite you, readers, to share your opinion, and maybe we can find a cure for this problem together...or not.

I haven't done one of these for AGES...but this book came in for me from publisher recently, and I've got to tell you, the cover really made a difference for me with this one!

So let's have a look, shall we?...

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