Monday, 30 June 2014

Review: Synchrony by Cindy Ray Hale

Title: Synchrony (Destiny #2)
Author: Cindy Ray Hale

Release date: April 9th 2014
Publisher: Self-published
Genre: Young Adult Contemporary
Format: eBook
Pages: 285
Source: Lola's Book Tours

When her parents discover she’s been sneaking out with Isaac Robinson, the forbidden Baptist boy, Mormon girl Destiny Clark decides it’s time to keep their relationship quiet. As their relationship moves to shakier ground, Destiny discovers that Isaac has a terrible secret, and she is left completely shattered.

The moment Destiny feels all hope is lost, Preston Nelson, her longtime church friend and Isaac's bitter rival, arrives like a beacon of light. It isn't long before two separate disasters strike for Preston and Destiny's best friend, Hannah. As Destiny helps them through their issues, she discovers that sometimes the best way to forget about your own problems is to help a friend in need.

Just as her heart begins to mend and her friendship with Preston begins to heat up, Isaac walks back into her life, threatening to rekindle the feelings she’d hoped to bury forever. Will Destiny and Preston find the synchrony they so desperately need, or will she find a way to forgive Isaac and return to his outstretched arms?

I was really disappointed with this, especially since I quite liked the first book and thought the series had potential. But Synchrony's plot is just one giant love triangle, with not much happening outside of it. And the characters really pissed me off as well. So overall it took a good deal of forcibly calming myself down to finish the book.

Destiny and Isaac are finally together, out in the open. But that still brings trouble for them, on account of Destiny being a Mormon and Isaac being Baptist. So they keep their relationship on the down low again. Things are going pretty good, until Destiny finds out the reason Isaac began talking to her in the first place - to get dirt on the Mormons so they can be kicked out of the school. Destiny has never felt so betrayed, and her heart is completely broken. Preston steps up to help her heal, and they grow closer together. But Isaac doesn't give up. Things get really messy when Destiny can't pick between the two, and manages to string both along at the same time.

The first thing I notice about this is something I was shocked about in the previous book as well - how narrow-minded so many of these people are. I mean seriously, they judge like crazy based on religion. And they're all Christian anyway! Their beliefs are just a little different. I hated seeing all of that, especially since this is the 21st century and you've got to be accepting of other religions.

I really didn't like Destiny in this book. Firstly she overreacts way too much about the breakup with Isaac. The way she went on and on, it was like someone close to her had died. And she has no qualms using Preston, the one guy who'd do anything for her and who's loved her forever. Destiny uses him to heal her own broken heart, not caring what happens to him in the process. They begin dating, but this girl can't get Isaac out of her head. And she hurts Preston horribly at one point, where she makes a huge mistake, but voluntarily. I wanted to punch her in the face then!

I don't have much to say about Isaac, other than the fact that I don't really like him, and for me the choice is an obvious one. Why can't Destiny see that Preston is the one she should be with? I felt so heartbroken for him. He's an amazing guy, and if Destiny doesn't see that, she definitely doesn't deserve to be with him. But Preston on the other hand stupidly decides to fight for her, saying she's worth it. Yeah, right. Save yourself the heartache, Preston, and go find someone who deserves you and wouldn't stomp all over you.

The entire book basically revolves around these three and their love life. And Destiny's all like "omg I hate Isaac, Preston's so good to me, no but why can't I stop thinking of Isaac, omg Isaac is actually really sweet, but so is Preston, but I love Isaac, but Preston, but Isaac..." You get the point. I was so frustrated throughout.

And then this random plot twist involving Hannah pops up, and it was honestly really hard to believe, considering how religious these people are. And I didn't really see the point of it. Maybe to finally get some attention away from the love triangle? Anyway, it didn't work very well. And I feel like I might pick up the final book to see who Destiny finally chooses, though I think I will be disappointed with the outcome.

*Thank you to Lola at Lola's Book Tours for providing me with a copy for review*

Rating: 1/5

Saturday, 28 June 2014

In My Mailbox #34


In My Mailbox is a meme hosted by Kristi @ The Story Siren which allows us to share the books we’ve bought, borrowed and received.

Not too many this week, but I'm so so happy with a few of these!

For Review/Blog Tour




Until We Fly by Courtney Cole
Synchrony by Cindy Ray Hale
Stone of Destiny by Laura Howard*
Stay with Me by J. Lynn^
Illusions of Fate by Kiersten White^

*ARC from NetGalley (thanks Indie Inked!)
^ARC from Edelweiss (thanks HarperCollins!)

EEEEPPPP I got Stay with Me! I'm so glad I grabbed it as soon as I saw it, because I think it wasn't supposed to go up that early, and it's taken down for now. So yay me! I'm so so excited to read it. Until We Fly was totally awesome, and I really hope there are more books coming. And I'm really excited to read Illusions of Fate! The other two, unfortunately, were meh. But it's all good, because Stay with Me (Y)

Gifted


This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales

My friend got me this as an early birthday present, since she won't be here on my actual birthday. And I'm so so happy she got me this! I've wanted to read this for ages, especially since I love music and it plays a big part in this book. Thanks so much for this, Ippy!

So yep, that's my haul this week. What do you guys think? Have you read any of these, or are you excited to? Leave me a comment :)

Friday, 27 June 2014

Review: Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo

Title: Ruin and Rising (The Grisha Trilogy #3)
Author: Leigh Bardugo

Release date: June 17th 2014
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co.
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Format: eBook
Pages: 257

The capital has fallen. The Darkling rules Ravka from his shadow throne.

Now the nation's fate rests with a broken Sun Summoner, a disgraced tracker, and the shattered remnants of a once-great magical army.

Deep in an ancient network of tunnels and caverns, a weakened Alina must submit to the dubious protection of the Apparat and the zealots who worship her as a Saint. Yet her plans lie elsewhere, with the hunt for the elusive firebird and the hope that an outlaw prince still survives.

Alina will have to forge new alliances and put aside old rivalries as she and Mal race to find the last of Morozova's amplifiers. But as she begins to unravel the Darkling's secrets, she reveals a past that will forever alter her understanding of the bond they share and the power she wields. The firebird is the one thing that stands between Ravka and destruction—and claiming it could cost Alina the very future she’s fighting for.

I'm not sure what really to say about this other than the fact that I absolutely loved it - every bit of it. Ruin and Rising is exactly the conclusion I was hoping for! I loved getting to know more about this world and I'm really glad Leigh Bardugo is continuing to write stories set in this universe.

Alina and Mal escaped from the Little Palace along with several others, and are now under the care (and rule) of the Apparat. Alina knows he's using her power and reputation to gain support for himself, but she cannot do anything until the time comes. No one knows whether Nikolai is still alive, and the Darkling definitely is. The state of Alina's powers isn't looking good. When they finally escape, it is with about a dozen others to find the last of the amplifiers, the firebird, before it's too late. As they journey to find it, they discover so much more about themselves and their destiny than they ever could have imagined. There are battles, there are casualties, but there is also hope that they can finally defeat the Darkling.

It's kind of amazing to see how much Alina's changed from the first book to this one. I loved seeing her character develop. She's so much stronger now, not just her powers but her actual self and her will. Everything Alina's done has taken a great toll on her, even turning her hair pure white, but through it all she perseveres to find the amplifier, no matter what it takes.

I know I didn't really like Mal in the second half of Siege and Storm, but he's absolutely perfect in this book. It's clear he'd do anything for Alina, to make sure she succeeds, and her wants always come before his. There's a twist in this book that involves Mal, and that's all I'll say about it. But it's shocking and it makes you see him in a whole new light. Mal's character has also developed a lot, and he's beginning to see that he can be more than just a tracker.


Ruin and Rising is a pretty intense book, but Nikolai definitely provides a lot of comic relief throughout. I love this guy! He's goofy, hilarious, and charming all in one. And his random one-liners had me laughing out loud at times. It's cool how he can make anyone feel at ease even through the tension that surrounds them all. Nikolai's definitely one of my favourite secondary YA characters.

We see a lot more of the others, like Genya, David, Tamar, Tolya, etc. All of them have a role to play in the battle against the Darkling, and all are unfailingly loyal to Alina. Like I said, there are casualties, though not as many as I was expecting. I hated the Darkling even more in this book, if that's possible. The things he says and does...

“I will strip away all that you know, all that you love, until you have no shelter but me.”
 How can anyone manage to like a guy who says something like that? The Darkling is ruthless and pure evil, and the atrocities he commits in this book surpass everything he's done in the previous ones. Oh, and for those of you wondering, we do get to find out what his name is. It's not as unique as I was expecting.

I think the ending of this book was perfect, and though it's bittersweet, the epilogue is just.. I really can't think of a better way to end the trilogy. I'm going to miss Alina and Mal and Nikolai, and even a few others, but I also can't wait to see what more we get from this richly diverse world of Grisha.

Rating: 5/5

Thursday, 26 June 2014

Life of a Blogger #2: Favourite Sports Teams


Life of a Blogger is a weekly meme hosted by Jessi @ Novel Heartbeat, in which bloggers discuss non-bookish topics so we can get to know each other better.

Another awesome topic! I adore sports. Mostly playing, but I don't watch too many. My top sport to watch, though? Football! English, not American, just to clarify. I've loved it for years, and I probably won't stop, ever. I get so pumped up while watching matches and I'm just really passionate about the teams and players I love. So here are my top teams.

English Premier League: Manchester United


Manchester United was the first team I ever loved and I'll support them till the end. Words can't really express how much I love watching them play and I really did tear up when Sir Alex announced his retirement. One of the best football clubs not only in EPL, but in the world. 20 league titles - the most of any English club. With the best manager of all time, Alex Ferguson. They were unstoppable then, and though they've just had a bad season, I have no doubt they'll be unstoppable in the future too. Glory Glory Man United!

La Liga (Spanish football league): Real Madrid


I don't follow La Liga as religiously as I do EPL, but when I do catch the matches, I full-on support Real Madrid. At first it was because Ronaldo, my then top favourite player, moved there from Man United. But now I love the team as a whole, and from next season I've decided to follow every single match for La Liga as well.

FIFA World Cup: I support quite a few teams here, so I'll list them in order - 

1. Spain
2. England
3. Netherlands
4. Argentina
5. Portugal
6. Brazil

If you follow the world cup right now, you'll know that my top two teams are already out. Which really sucks! Spain has won three consecutive cups including FIFA 2010, and people say it's now the end of an era. England, on the other hand, isn't doing so well, and hasn't been for a while. But I don't care, I love the team and so many players in it. Here's hoping for a better FIFA 2018!

So yeah, there you go. Football = one of the greatest loves of my life. I'm planning on watching more sports when I head off to uni this fall, one of them being basketball. It's my favourite sport to play, so of course I'll love watching it too. What are your favourite sports teams? Leave me a comment and let me know!

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Waiting on Wednesday #73: Earthquake

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event hosted by Breaking the Spine, which spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

My pick for this week's WoW is...


Earthquake by Aprilynne Pike


Title: Earthquake (Earthbound #2)
Author: Aprilynne Pike
Release date: July 8th 2014
Publisher: Razorbill
Genre: Young Adult Paranormal

Tavia Michaels has discovered that she’s an Earthbound—a fallen goddess with the power to remake the Earth—and that a rival faction of Earthbounds, the Reduciata, has created a virus that is literally wiping swaths of the planet out of existence.

Tavia is captured and imprisoned before she can act on this information, along with her eternal lover, Logan. Huddled in a claustrophobic cell, they lose track of the days, their attempts to escape proving as ephemeral as Tavia’s newly gestating powers. But then Tavia and Logan are mysteriously rescued. . . .

They’re brought to the underground headquarters of the Curatoria, another group of Earthbounds that Tavia doesn’t fully trust. There, she’s told that she can save the Earth before it disappears. She agrees.

Tavia quickly realizes that she isn’t like other Earthbound, and as her abilities continue to awaken, they begin to threaten her centuries-long relationship with Logan. When Benson—Tavia’s former best friend and romantic interest—appears at Curatoria headquarters, Tavia will again have to make a choice about who to be with even as she tries to stop the virus that is destroying the world and uncover the truth about the two Earthbound organizations that have her tangled up in their webs.

Wow I can't remember much at all about the first book, Earthbound, but I do know that I loved it. And I love Pike's writing. So though I will definitely need a re-read before starting this, I'm really looking forward to it! Just a couple of weeks left (Y)

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Review: Wild by Alex Mallory

Title: Wild
Author: Alex Mallory
Release date: July 8th 2014
Publisher: HarperTeen
Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Retelling
Format: ARC
Pages: 434
Source: Publisher

The forest is full of secrets, and no one understands that better than Cade. Foraging, hunting, surviving— that’s all he knows. Alone for years, Cade believes he’s the sole survivor. At least, until he catches a glimpse of a beautiful stranger…

Dara expected to find natural wonders when she set off for a spring break camping trip. Instead, she discovers a primitive boy— he’s stealthy and handsome and he might be following her. Intrigued, Dara seeks him out and sets a catastrophe in motion.

Thrust back into society, Cade struggles with the realization that the life he knew was a lie. But he’s not the only one. Trying to explain life in a normal town leaves Dara questioning it.

As the media swarm and the police close in, Dara and Cade risk everything to get closer. But will the truth about Cade’s past tear them apart?

A YA Tarzan retelling.

I found myself really loving this book throughout. A Tarzan retelling is something new to me, and I've always loved that story. So I knew I'd love this book. Wild tells the story of Cade, who's been living in the woods his whole life. This book is set in contemporary times though, so that makes it all the more intriguing.

Wild is told in third person, so we get the perspectives of Cade, Dara, and a couple other characters as well. Cade's mom had always told him to stay away from any humans, as they're infected with a disease that wiped out most of the human race and can be fatal to Cade, too. So he stays away. Until he sees Dara and her boyfriend, Josh, set up camp under the trees. Cade is fascinated by Dara, and vice versa. When an incident forces Dara to take Cade to civilization, they realize just how different they are from one another, but also how connected they are regardless of it.

Cade intrigued me from the start, obviously. I loved the descriptions showing us how he fended for himself - getting food and clothes, avoiding trouble, etc. Both of Cade's parents are dead, so he's been living alone for the past three years. I wish we could've seen more of Cade in his element, though - swinging from trees, catching fish and all. But most of the book is spent showing him in civilization, which really confuses him, considering his mother had convinced him it was all gone.

I quite liked Dara as well, mostly her curious nature. She's not afraid of Cade when they first meet. Instead, she's intrigued by him. She's very open-minded, and I love how much she appreciates nature. Dara loved photography, and that makes her more aware of things than most people. And that's one of the things that draws Cade to her.

There isn't really much romance in this book, it's more about the build-up. Dara does have a boyfriend in the beginning, although that issue gets sorted out later. Dara and Cade have this strong attraction to each other that just keeps growing as they spend time together in the town. Thank god they do act on it finally, though!

Things are made harder for Cade because of all the media attention, not to mention the fact that people are doing everything they can to find out who he really is. There's a nice twist towards the end, and it puts everything in place. Wild works great as a standalone, since plot threads are resolved for the most part but there's still a hint of the story continuing.

I'd recommend Wild to anyone who's read Tarzan or knows the story. You'll love this version of it! I sure adored Cade and Dara, and was fully invested in their heart-pounding story.

*Thank you to Megan at HarperCollins for sending me an ARC for review*

Rating: 4/5

Monday, 23 June 2014

Cover Reveal: Watch Your Back by Tracy Bilen

It's time for a new cover reveal from Tulip Romance, an imprint of Spencer Hill Press! Check out the cover for Watch Your Back by Tracy Bilen - 



When sixteen-year-old Kate hears the boom that ends her parents’ life, she doesn’t even realize it has anything to do with her. Until the police arrive at her front door.

Sent to live with her aunt at a ski school in Vermont, Kate tries to adapt to her new life. But then Kate’s aunt is hit by a speeding car and a rogue FBI agent tries to force Kate into his car at gunpoint. She’s saved by Ryan, the risk-taking skier she’s only just met.

On the run, the two must unravel the truth about her parents’ murder in order to stop a terrorist plot and save their own lives.

Release date: April 2015
Publisher: Tulip Romance


About the author:

Tracy Bilen is the YA author of Watch Your Back (coming soon from Tulip/Spencer Hill Press) and What She Left Behind (Simon Pulse/Simon & Schuster 2012). She is a high school French and Spanish teacher in Michigan where she lives with her husband and children. Tracy studied at the Sorbonne in Paris and taught Spanish at a high school ski academy. She loves biking, skiing, and red velvet cake.

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Sunday, 22 June 2014

Review: Some Fine Day by Kat Ross

Title: Some Fine Day
Author: Kat Ross
Release date: July 1st 2014
Publisher: Strange Chemistry
Genre: Young Adult Dystopian
Format: eARC
Pages: 275

Source: NetGalley

Sixteen-year-old Jansin Nordqvist is on the verge of graduating from the black ops factory known as the Academy. She's smart and deadly, and knows three things with absolute certainty:
1. When the world flooded and civilization retreated deep underground, there was no one left on the surface.
2. The only species to thrive there are the toads, a primate/amphibian hybrid with a serious mean streak.
3. There's no place on Earth where you can hide from the hypercanes, continent-sized storms that have raged for decades.
Jansin has been lied to. On all counts.





Some Fine Day follows the typical dystopian storyline, and I've got to say I didn't find much originality in it. Sure, I liked the protagonist and the plot, but so many things are just so clichéd. Maybe I felt it more because I'd just read a few dystopians before this one. But I really wish there had been something big that set this apart from the others.

After what's called the Transition, all surviving humans are living underground. Well, supposedly all humans. Jansin is the daughter of a general, and a highly skilled soldier. When she gets to visit the surface for the first time for a vacation with her family and boyfriend, Jake, things go awry due to a raid from some surface survivors. Jansin fights well, but is taken captive while her family manages to escape back underground. As Jansin is introduced to life on the surface, she realized after a while that she doesn't want to be rescued. Not if it means she has to leave the people she's come to appreciate, and the sun and sky she's learned to love.

Jansin is a kickass warrior with a strength and endurance that you'll only see in someone who's trained for years. Which Jansin has, obviously. Her skills as a fighter are what keeps her alive on the surface, as she can be useful in teaching the humans how to fight. Jansin also gets to know quite a few of her peers, primarily the physic, Will. He's the love interest in this book, although there isn't too much romance. Which I was glad about, because too much romance in a dystopian is really not a good idea.

Will is pretty likeable - he's extremely knowledgeable and compassionate. He is one of the few that votes towards saving Jansin when she's first captured. His kindness is inherent in the way he strives to save people, and he has a gentle heart. Though that's not really an asset while trying to survive. I liked how his interaction with Jansin morphed slowly into something more than friendship. There's definitely no insta-love here!

There are other beings living on the surface, called toads, which are actually just mutated humans who have lost who they were, and are now extremely violent creatures. There's a scientific explanation for how they came about, and a twist in the story involving them. Surprise surprise. Honestly, this book is really easy to predict. Why? Because I've read so many dystopians with the same generic idea. Some parts of this, like the ones involving the hypercanes and finding land free from them, reminded me of Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi. Others, like the part about the toads and how they came about, reminded me of In the After by Demitria Lunetta. I liked the world-building in this book, since there is a lot of geographical explanation about how the humans live underground, but otherwise? I'm quite disappointed.

The ending leaves things open for a sequel, but I don't know if there will be one. I feel like there might, though. And I will pick it up, hoping there will be some new material in there. All in all, Some Fine Day is good to grab if you like dystopian, but haven't read too many of them. Or you'll just find this the way I did.

*Thank you to Strange Chemistry for providing me with an eARC for review*

Rating: 2.5/5

Friday, 20 June 2014

Review: In the End by Demitria Lunetta

Title: In the End (In the After #2)
Author: Demitria Lunetta

Release date: June 24th 2014
Publisher: HarperTeen
Genre: Young Adult Dystopian
Format: ARC
Pages: 432

Source: Publisher

The thrilling conclusion to In the After, the survival story of Amy and Baby, set in a near future where Earth has been overrun by vicious, predatory creatures.

It’s been three months since Amy escaped New Hope, and she’s been surviving on her own, like she did in the After. Until one day, her former fellow Guardian’s voice rings out in her earpiece. And in a desperate tone, Kay utters the four words Amy had hoped she would never hear: Dr. Reynolds has Baby.

Now it’s a race against time, for Baby is in imminent danger, her life threatened by the malevolent doctor who had helped start the end of the world. In order to save Baby, Amy must make her way to Fort Black, a prison-turned-survivor-colony, where she will need to find Ken, Kay’s brother. He alone holds the key to Baby’s survival.

One small slip-up on this quest could spark a downward spiral that would not only cost Baby and Amy their lives, but threaten the very survival of the people in the After.

In the End is a great conclusion to this duology, and just as compelling as the first book. We get to know more about this post-apocalyptic world and we do get a sort of resolution at the end. This series works well as a duology, and I never felt like it was too little - there's plenty of world-building and character development throughout.

In this book, Amy has left New Hope and is surviving on her own. But after a few months, Kay communicates with her, telling her Dr. Reynolds has taken Baby to perform tests on her. And things aren't looking good. So Amy heads off to Fort Black, the only other known place where humans thrive in a community, in order to find Kay's brother, Ken, who may be able to save Baby from Dr. Reynolds. Amy discovers a lot at Fort Black, more than she could ever imagine. Especially about the dangerous creatures that roam the Earth, the Florae.

I enjoyed so many aspects of this book, mostly because Fort Black seemed way more real to me than New Hope. Fort Black isn't trying to be utopian like New Hope - it's in fact very far from it. It used to be a prison, and the walls keep the Florae out. People here take care of just themselves, and very few think about others. Amy first meets one of those few - Jacks, the nephew of the Warden of Fort Black. Jacks takes her under his wing, since he knows how things can get for women in Fort Black, since there are so few of them. And though the two of them differ in ideals sometimes, they work together to find what Amy is looking for.

I didn't like the introduction of a love triangle in this book, even though there isn't much romance really. I get that there would be romance in this book, due to the nature of Fort Black society, but I don't think there was a point of there being anything between Amy and Rice in the first book. I definitely like Jacks better than Rice, though. He's incessantly kind, and very driven. He cares about people, unlike most of the inhabitants at Fort Black.

Amy is really badass in this as well. She's on her own for months, so she's toughened up a lot. She tries not to think of the life she could be having in New Hope with Baby, her mother, and even Rice. She does everything she can to find Ken before it's too late, and it's amazing to see how she'd do anything for Baby. Plus, I loved every fight scene she was in - you do not want to mess with this girl! She will take you down for sure.

Though not every loose end is tied up in this book, we do get the sense that life will be stabilizing, both at New Hope and Fort Black. A lot is resolved, and though there were numerous obstacles to overcome, there is a hint of hope at the end, which I really liked, rather than having a finite ending to the series.

*Thank you to Megan at HarperCollins for sending me an ARC for review*

Rating: 4/5

Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Copper Ravens Blog Tour: Spotlight + Giveaway


Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Copper Ravens (Copper Legacy #2) by Jennifer Allis Provost! Thank you to Rockstar Book Tours for organizing the tour. You can check out the full schedule here. And don't forget to enter the giveaway below!


Sara should be happy.

She has what every girl wants: a man who loves her, a beautiful home, and wealth beyond imagining. She rescued her brother from the Peacekeepers, destroyed the Iron Queen, and doesn’t have to go to her boring job any more.

And yet… Sara still doesn’t know if her father is alive or dead. Her mother hides in the garden, brooding about her missing husband. Her sister, the Inheritor of Metal, is scared of her own shadow, and her brother spends his days fighting and gambling. To add to Sara’s misery, the new queen (gold, of course) is more than a bit crazy, she misses her life in the Mundane world, and, worst of all, Micah wants to have children. A lot of them.

As Sara wavers between happiness and homesickness, a conspiracy emerges against the Raven clan, implicating them in a plot to dethrone the Gold Queen. How can Sara prove her family’s innocence, and become the consort Micah needs her to be, without losing herself in the process?

Release date: June 17th 2014
Publisher: Spence City
Purchase links: Amazon | Barnes & Noble


About the author:



Jennifer Allis Provost is a native New Englander who lives in a sprawling colonial along with her beautiful and precocious twins, a dog, two birds, three cats, and a wonderful husband who never forgets to buy ice cream. As a child, she read anything and everything she could get her hands on, including a set of encyclopedias, but fantasy was always her favorite. She spends her days drinking vast amounts of coffee, arguing with her computer, and avoiding any and all domestic behavior. 

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