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My little dog, Toto, just shifted into a man. A gorgeous, chiseled beast of a man. That was about thirty seconds before the storm hit and he clutched me against his naked body while wild winds raged all around us. Yeah, we're seriously not in fucking Kansas anymore. There are male witches with toothy smiles, a man with a tin arm, and some wizards. Some very, very bad wiza My little dog, Toto, just shifted into a man. A gorgeous, chiseled beast of a man. That was about thirty seconds before the storm hit and he clutched me against his naked body while wild winds raged all around us. Yeah, we're seriously not in fucking Kansas anymore. There are male witches with toothy smiles, a man with a tin arm, and some wizards. Some very, very bad wizards--and they're all interested in me. Romantically. How ... interesting. Oh, and then there's Dorothy, the girl who's claiming that she's the good guy, and I'm the bad one, all because the power to control storms sleeps in my fingertips. My name is Ozora, Oz for short, and I'm a girl from nowhere, destined for somewhere. VERY BAD WIZARDS (Book 1 of 3 in the "Wicked Wizards of Oz" series) -- is a full-length reverse harem/new adult/fantasy romance novel, a gritty retelling of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz". Don't expect a children's tale; these characters are nothing like their more innocent counterparts. This book contains: drugs, cursing, violence, sex ... and love found in the darkest shadows.


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My little dog, Toto, just shifted into a man. A gorgeous, chiseled beast of a man. That was about thirty seconds before the storm hit and he clutched me against his naked body while wild winds raged all around us. Yeah, we're seriously not in fucking Kansas anymore. There are male witches with toothy smiles, a man with a tin arm, and some wizards. Some very, very bad wiza My little dog, Toto, just shifted into a man. A gorgeous, chiseled beast of a man. That was about thirty seconds before the storm hit and he clutched me against his naked body while wild winds raged all around us. Yeah, we're seriously not in fucking Kansas anymore. There are male witches with toothy smiles, a man with a tin arm, and some wizards. Some very, very bad wizards--and they're all interested in me. Romantically. How ... interesting. Oh, and then there's Dorothy, the girl who's claiming that she's the good guy, and I'm the bad one, all because the power to control storms sleeps in my fingertips. My name is Ozora, Oz for short, and I'm a girl from nowhere, destined for somewhere. VERY BAD WIZARDS (Book 1 of 3 in the "Wicked Wizards of Oz" series) -- is a full-length reverse harem/new adult/fantasy romance novel, a gritty retelling of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz". Don't expect a children's tale; these characters are nothing like their more innocent counterparts. This book contains: drugs, cursing, violence, sex ... and love found in the darkest shadows.

30 review for Very Bad Wizards

  1. 5 out of 5

    Natalie panda eyes

    2.5 stars, mostly DNF. Short, feels rushed and cut short mid story rather than a cliffhanger. Oz was annoying, always with the f-bombs and the way she was so blasé about her aunt’s abuse. The Toto thing was a little creepy but I did like the guys. I’ve got a feeling I will likely end up reading the next one just for the guys.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kari

    After the long wait we had for this to be released I was expecting a lot more. I’m intrigued by the characters, the story concept, and where everything is gonna lead but it ended at a really weird part. It felt less like the first book of a series and more like the first part of an unfinished book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Hailey

    4 Stars

  4. 4 out of 5

    April Elizabeth

    3.7 I didn't think it was as bad as some of the poorer reviews said. It was rather short, so I'm glad that I was able to snag it on my kindle unlimited trial. I'm very wary of diving into books with this author as she has the worst reputation for starting a series or promising a series and then ignoring it for months or years on end while traipsing on to starting 3 other new series in it's place. But again, free trial, why not. I do like the story so far. Yes it was a bit slow paced, but I would 3.7 I didn't think it was as bad as some of the poorer reviews said. It was rather short, so I'm glad that I was able to snag it on my kindle unlimited trial. I'm very wary of diving into books with this author as she has the worst reputation for starting a series or promising a series and then ignoring it for months or years on end while traipsing on to starting 3 other new series in it's place. But again, free trial, why not. I do like the story so far. Yes it was a bit slow paced, but I would not say "nothing happened" as was stated in several reviews. I see this gearing up for the eventual big battle. The players are being met, attractions started. So.. it's progress. There was lots of repetition.. lots... especially involving Oz's family dying. They died. She's alone. Toto is all she has. Oh, and there was the fact that her family drowned and died. She was left all alone except for dear Toto. What else.... ah, she was alone.. because her family died.. except doe Toto. Do you see where I'm going with this? And yes, it was thrown it at minimum twice a chapter, sometimes more. Bit of an overkill.. no sense in drowning us in that very obvious story detail (no pun intended.. maybe) So.. yeah.. it has potential. I think this author is wasting her talent in terms of dialogue and quality lately. All her female characters sound the same. Always the trying too hard to be edgy, says fuck a lot, 17yr old mindframe no matter what age she'strying to represent. And quality just isn't what it used to be. Like I said, she's been promising this book for a good while now and this is all she gives her fans? Considering we all know what she is capable of, just seems a tad lazy for lack of a better word. Maybe some of these poorer reviews will give her the little boost she needs to start focusing on creating quality for all her readers as she used to instead of just drumming out what is a cookie cutter reproduction of everything else out on the market to make a quick buck. I mean, that's why many of us were attracted to her writing in the first place, right? She was different, quality was amazing, we were able to watch her skills grow.... I want that back. I want to be obsessed with this author again. Hopefully one day.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    This story just wasn't for me. I usually enjoy this author, but it felt rushed. This story just wasn't for me. I usually enjoy this author, but it felt rushed.

  6. 5 out of 5

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    this is so boring????

  7. 5 out of 5

    Margaux Espinosa

    I generally do not like to read retellings, they usually don’t have enough new aspects to the story to keep me interested. But this, this was freaking awesome! Between the characters, the storyline, the magic and all the freaking awesome little details, I was hooked right away and could not put it down! I sat still for three hours and just devoured this book! I definitely recommend reading it!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Savannah

    TBH, the description reads like it’s going to be more in the vein of erotica than fantasy. Which I was READY for. Don’t let the description fool you. At several points in the book it seems like maybe it will turn that route. But it never quite makes it there. Interesting take on Oz fan fiction though and I will read the others. Just was hoping for more smut I guess. 🤷‍♀️

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dani (books and blankets)

    I know this book may not be for everyone but I liked it very much... It's weird, a bit creepy and definitely not the story I remembered. Oh, this is much darker. I really enjoyed it. Oz is such a great character, she's funny and witty and straight forward. Toto/Taavi, the scarecrow/Stryker and the good witch/Bain are hot guys with very different personalities.There's faeries and wizards and Oh yeah, Dorothy is such a evil B****! It was page turner for sure. The story pulled me in, I felt attache I know this book may not be for everyone but I liked it very much... It's weird, a bit creepy and definitely not the story I remembered. Oh, this is much darker. I really enjoyed it. Oz is such a great character, she's funny and witty and straight forward. Toto/Taavi, the scarecrow/Stryker and the good witch/Bain are hot guys with very different personalities.There's faeries and wizards and Oh yeah, Dorothy is such a evil B****! It was page turner for sure. The story pulled me in, I felt attached to the characters and I wasn't ready for it to end. I'm excited for book 2, I can't wait!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer G

    Ozoro, Oz has been living with her aunt and uncle since her family tragically died. During an argument with her uncle a cyclone hits and the next thing she knows, she's living out a bizarre version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz complete with munchkins, wizards, witches and the Golden Brick Road. However Oz's Toto changes into a gorgeous, very naked man, the scarecrow is another wizard, the tin man leads Dorothy's military and Dorothy is not exactly the little meek good girl she claims to be. Now Ozoro, Oz has been living with her aunt and uncle since her family tragically died. During an argument with her uncle a cyclone hits and the next thing she knows, she's living out a bizarre version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz complete with munchkins, wizards, witches and the Golden Brick Road. However Oz's Toto changes into a gorgeous, very naked man, the scarecrow is another wizard, the tin man leads Dorothy's military and Dorothy is not exactly the little meek good girl she claims to be. Now Oz not only has to worry about getting back to the human world, but she also has to stay alive. To be honest this is not my favorite book CM. I much prefer her more realistic writing to her fantasy stories. Her rock stories, her MC stories capture me like no others. However, she seems to enjoy more outlandish characters and storylines. Her talent still shines through and her creativity can't be disputed even though these aren't my favorites. I do like retellings of fairy tales and classic stories, so I do find this sub-genre entertaining and I always enjoy the quirkiness from this author. Having said that, this book didn't offer as much as I had hoped. It provided the world-building but the story didn't progress much and the characters didn't grab me like usual. Toto Taavi is the exception. He is easily the most compelling character in the book. Stryker provided some comic relief, Mannix the cruelty. I am not sure what other roles will turn out to be included long-term. I will keep an open mind about this series since I have rarely been disappointed by CM.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Barry

    I’m struggling a little bit with this book. I have a complex history with C.M. Stunich reverse harem novels, and was pretty sure I was done picking any up. And then this one popped up, and I’m from Kansas, so I couldn’t resist taking a look. Despite some really irritating flaws that I’ll get into in a minute, I actually enjoyed reading this book. It was interesting, and I didn’t mind the pacing. I thought there was a bit of insta-lust/love, but in novels like this that’s fairly common, and while I’m struggling a little bit with this book. I have a complex history with C.M. Stunich reverse harem novels, and was pretty sure I was done picking any up. And then this one popped up, and I’m from Kansas, so I couldn’t resist taking a look. Despite some really irritating flaws that I’ll get into in a minute, I actually enjoyed reading this book. It was interesting, and I didn’t mind the pacing. I thought there was a bit of insta-lust/love, but in novels like this that’s fairly common, and while I wasn’t super invested in the romance I wasn’t uninterested either. So here are my issues with this book: ❌ It feels less like a finished book and more like the first half of a book. At the end of a book, I should have a fairly firm grasp on the characters, but due to the length of the book, they’re all kind of a mystery. ❌ The lack of fleshed-out world building and what seem like contradictions in what we got. First we’re told that wizards are rare, then we find out Dorothy holds ruby trials with wizards killing each other so often that they’re already on trial two hundred. Either my math isn’t adding up, or wizards aren’t that rare. Then there’s the protectors that wizards have. Who picks them, why do they pick them, what rules do they have – I could go on for a long time with this, but Oz exhibited absolutely no curiosity on this subject. What’s the actual difference between wizards, sorcerers, and witches? At times, sorcerer and wizard is used almost interchangeably, but other times there is a hard line drawn between the three. ❌ I could probably overlook the lack of world-building and generally sweeping-under-the-rug of detailed information about the world if the romance was good, but there really wasn’t much of it. Taavi, Stryker, and Bain are obviously interested, but Taavi spends most of his time silently protecting, Bain flits in and out with no real interaction, and Stryker just wants to make babies. The book was filled to bursting with superficial interactions between the male characters and Oz, but never anything of substance. Within moments of meeting her, Bain gives Oz his blessing, and we later learn he can only give one in his lifetime. We never even approach a reason for why he does this. Oz’s harem will obviously be comprised of the three males I mentioned above, but there were numerous hints of additional guys that we didn’t even get to really meet. Mannix seems like an obvious choice, but we only see him a handful of times, and I don’t think that he and Oz have any kind of interaction until the final scene in the book. Same with Thyer, who seems like another potential. ❌ Oz was a shitty person. Within the first chapter of the book she managed to insult all four additional characters we were introduced to, then proceeded to describe her aunt’s domestic abuse in detail before being incredibly rude to her. It was kind of surreal to listen to a description of everything her aunt gets beaten for, followed by a scathing internal rant about her aunt. ❌ My final complaint mostly has to do with me being from Kansas. I know that Oz is supposed to hate it, but to justify the hatred Stunich heavily misrepresented Kansas. The Wizard of Oz film would have anyone thinking that Kansas is a dirt wasteland, but a simple google search would show what Kansas actually looks like. It gets a little grey in winter, but spring, summer, and fall are absolutely bursting with color. The biggest misrepresentation was with tornadoes though. If I had to read the word cyclone one more time, I was going to lose my mind. We don’t have cyclones, we have tornadoes. Cyclone was used – incorrectly – in The Wizard of Oz, but it’s pretty common knowledge now that that’s wrong. We also don’t use the radio to listen for news about a tornado, we use a television. Like normal fucking people. You know, because they actually have Doppler radars that allow us to project the potential path. And literally no one uses what amounts to an outhouse as a tornado shelter. You either have a basement, or your town will have one or two concrete shelters available. I think this is a series with some potential, and I’m planning on reading the second book when it comes out, but the world-building and romance needs to be addressed before the story can really go anywhere.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Daphnne

    C.M. Stunich never disappoints. This book was a good read. Loved all the twists to The Wizard of Oz story and just really enjiyed the characters and storyline. Definitely worth reading!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    Disappointed. It was all very rushed. I wanted an actually book not a short story with a cliffhanger.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Book Addict

    CM Stunich is a fantastic author and she never fails to captive the reader. This book is a different read for her, the concept is very intriguing and it makes you want to just immerse yourself in the story. However it take me a couple of chapters to fully get into the story, but by the end I was excited to see what would happen in book two. This is one of those books that has all the makings of a great series..captivating main characters, romance, drama and a certain charm that has the reader wa CM Stunich is a fantastic author and she never fails to captive the reader. This book is a different read for her, the concept is very intriguing and it makes you want to just immerse yourself in the story. However it take me a couple of chapters to fully get into the story, but by the end I was excited to see what would happen in book two. This is one of those books that has all the makings of a great series..captivating main characters, romance, drama and a certain charm that has the reader wanting to keep reading. Cannot wait for book two.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Stevens

    A bit mixed up -- SPOILERS BELOW -- I like the idea of doing a RH remake of the Wizard of Oz, however I felt a bit unsure of the direction she wanted to go. At first I thought she was implying that Oz was essentially Dorothy: has an Uncle Henry and Aunt Em, has a dog named Toto, her home is transported to Oz via tornado, kills the Wicked Witch of the East with her house and takes her shoes, and even has a blue and white gingham gown. But then, Dorothy is there, in Oz, as a wizard herself. If you a A bit mixed up -- SPOILERS BELOW -- I like the idea of doing a RH remake of the Wizard of Oz, however I felt a bit unsure of the direction she wanted to go. At first I thought she was implying that Oz was essentially Dorothy: has an Uncle Henry and Aunt Em, has a dog named Toto, her home is transported to Oz via tornado, kills the Wicked Witch of the East with her house and takes her shoes, and even has a blue and white gingham gown. But then, Dorothy is there, in Oz, as a wizard herself. If you are going to weave Dorothy into the story (which is totally fine) why not make Oz her own character? Why frame so much about her around Dorothy? Oz even knows the story from back in the human world. I understand the need to keep some of the core of the story intact (namely who the other important characters are) but it feels like a real missed opportunity to bring something new and unique to the story. I was intrigued by the twisted world she made, but who she framed Oz to be (Dorothy but not?) was reasserted often and made me enjoy the story less even while I'm on the fence about liking who Oz is and how she deals with situations (almost seems like forcing what you want to happen in the story than it feeling like an intrinsic part of the character). I know a lot of people have enjoyed this story, and maybe you will too, but I guess I expected a more flushed out take on this considering how well I felt her Alice series was done. I don't think I will be reading the next installment.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Natasha

    I have loved several of the author’s other books but this one just fell flat for me. The main character was pretty boring and seem very 2D. Despite being the side characters, the male heroes had way more personality than Oz. When the story ended I was very surprised because it felt like a pretty random spot in the book. Another thing I had trouble with was the way that Oz couldn’t even develop as a character. She was always just being whisked away to different points of the story and being force I have loved several of the author’s other books but this one just fell flat for me. The main character was pretty boring and seem very 2D. Despite being the side characters, the male heroes had way more personality than Oz. When the story ended I was very surprised because it felt like a pretty random spot in the book. Another thing I had trouble with was the way that Oz couldn’t even develop as a character. She was always just being whisked away to different points of the story and being forced to wait around until someone forced her to do something else. We really didn’t get to see her develop at all. All in all, it was a boring read and if it had been any longer I would have DNF’d it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Vargas

    I love the idea of playing with classic stories and twisting them into something fun and new, and I usually adore most of C.M. Stunich's work but this one... wasn't my favorite. It's not bad by any means, but it felt a little short in depth, character-wise. I didn't like nor disliked the characters, and that was by far the biggest problem I had with the book. I couldn't get into them because nothing was really said about them. This hopefully will change in the next book, and I will look forward I love the idea of playing with classic stories and twisting them into something fun and new, and I usually adore most of C.M. Stunich's work but this one... wasn't my favorite. It's not bad by any means, but it felt a little short in depth, character-wise. I didn't like nor disliked the characters, and that was by far the biggest problem I had with the book. I couldn't get into them because nothing was really said about them. This hopefully will change in the next book, and I will look forward to see the characters growing and developing in the near future. The first book of this series doesn't really have any romance or erotica, so if you are new to the genre of reverse harem, it might be a good book to dip your toes before diving into stronger depths.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    2-2.5 stars This was a somewhat interesting take on The Wizard of Oz. The writing was fine the first half but then it just got terrible and annoying with the repetition of extraneous details and unnecessary explanations of analogies. Tbh I don’t have high expectations with RH. They’re supposed to be a bit trashy but they’re also supposed to be GOOD trashy. The lead up to the climax was pretty boring and useless. There’re surprises to who will possible in her harem. I may or may not continue depend 2-2.5 stars This was a somewhat interesting take on The Wizard of Oz. The writing was fine the first half but then it just got terrible and annoying with the repetition of extraneous details and unnecessary explanations of analogies. Tbh I don’t have high expectations with RH. They’re supposed to be a bit trashy but they’re also supposed to be GOOD trashy. The lead up to the climax was pretty boring and useless. There’re surprises to who will possible in her harem. I may or may not continue depending on how intriguing the blurb is. Not the best intro to a series but I guess it’s still a fine start.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Ummm I don’t know. I love the Wizard of Oz as a classic but maybe not retold in this format. But I gave it a try but... It begins like a modern day Kansas situation but her aunt and uncle, specially her uncle are terrible. He’s abusive to the aunt and yet “Oz” does nothing about it. It was a fast moving book, not so much development in the storyline or characters. One of those books that got to the point of the matter at hand and I like a little surprise and build up. I don’t know if I have word Ummm I don’t know. I love the Wizard of Oz as a classic but maybe not retold in this format. But I gave it a try but... It begins like a modern day Kansas situation but her aunt and uncle, specially her uncle are terrible. He’s abusive to the aunt and yet “Oz” does nothing about it. It was a fast moving book, not so much development in the storyline or characters. One of those books that got to the point of the matter at hand and I like a little surprise and build up. I don’t know if I have words, it was different and essentially I just started skimming through to read dialogue only.

  20. 5 out of 5

    A

    Disappointed It was hard to feel any connection with the main character. Everything seemed to be forced to fit the original storyline that there was a disconnect with the actual characters. The only one I connected with was toto. I was mostly bored and not surprised with a cliffhanger ending as most of her books usually have one now. I enjoy most of her books but this one fell flat. I’m not interested in seeing where this series goes.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    A Must Read!!!!! This book is a must read. It's a twist on the Wizard of Oz. The MFC is a badass and the men so far in this book are awesome. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to be transported to the land of Oz. Especially if you want sexy men. Badass females. And magic. You will not be disappointed. C M Stunich is an amazing author and writer. I can not wait for the next book to come out. A Must Read!!!!! This book is a must read. It's a twist on the Wizard of Oz. The MFC is a badass and the men so far in this book are awesome. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to be transported to the land of Oz. Especially if you want sexy men. Badass females. And magic. You will not be disappointed. C M Stunich is an amazing author and writer. I can not wait for the next book to come out.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lucy Macleod

    An interesting take on the classic story, but just didn't quite hit the spot for me. It's absolutely not a bad book, but slower burn than I guess I was expecting. A lot of incredible detail went into setting the world and I genuinely look forward to seeing where the series takes us as I think it has great potential, I just missed the fast-paced chemistry that I've come to know and love from this author. An interesting take on the classic story, but just didn't quite hit the spot for me. It's absolutely not a bad book, but slower burn than I guess I was expecting. A lot of incredible detail went into setting the world and I genuinely look forward to seeing where the series takes us as I think it has great potential, I just missed the fast-paced chemistry that I've come to know and love from this author.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    Seriously??! Where do I even begin. First off, this book deserves all the 5 stars it can get. The retelling and adaptation of the story, each characters persona and Let's not forget the shoes 😍. This book kept me hooked from the very beginning and I was bummed that it had to come to a end. Hopefully it wont be too long for book 2! Seriously??! Where do I even begin. First off, this book deserves all the 5 stars it can get. The retelling and adaptation of the story, each characters persona and Let's not forget the shoes 😍. This book kept me hooked from the very beginning and I was bummed that it had to come to a end. Hopefully it wont be too long for book 2!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Fran Tullo

    Not in Kansas anymore for sure This is such a wonderful, twisted retelling of an old classic. I will be honest, Wizard of Oz is not my favorite story, because I didn't really care for Dorothy. This, however, is a fantastic addition and I can't wait for the next book. WARNING: it ends on a cliffhanger, just so you're aware. Not in Kansas anymore for sure This is such a wonderful, twisted retelling of an old classic. I will be honest, Wizard of Oz is not my favorite story, because I didn't really care for Dorothy. This, however, is a fantastic addition and I can't wait for the next book. WARNING: it ends on a cliffhanger, just so you're aware.

  25. 4 out of 5

    KerriLynne

    I wanted to love this book, the biggest reason I gave it three stars and not more was simply the lack of story. This concept was very interesting and there was a lot of story that could have been told. The author rushed through it and for that I had to give this a three star review. I will read the next books as I am invested, I just hope that CM Stunich gives the book more time to develope.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Undreia Capewell

    A Little slow but it got there in the end Interesting retelling of the Wizard of OZ. Definitely darker but I found it slow initially but I don't give up that easily....I like C.M.'s writing so I kept going....and then it was a whirlwind of action and then cliff hanger...Definitely continuing this series!!! A Little slow but it got there in the end Interesting retelling of the Wizard of OZ. Definitely darker but I found it slow initially but I don't give up that easily....I like C.M.'s writing so I kept going....and then it was a whirlwind of action and then cliff hanger...Definitely continuing this series!!!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer G

    So CM Stunich is a favourite writer of mine and I have loved everything read by her. But I was left hanging and not enough happened in the beginning of this series. I am desperate to know what comes next and I can only pray that she doesn’t make us wait to long. She is so fabulous at what she does I have to know what’s next or I might implode 😊

  28. 5 out of 5

    Angela Denny

    I love the twist on the wizard of oz. The fmc is a pain in the butt who takes forever to figure out who to trust. I love how Dorthy is the bad guy in this book. I can't wait to see where this goes and which males she will end up with. I love the twist on the wizard of oz. The fmc is a pain in the butt who takes forever to figure out who to trust. I love how Dorthy is the bad guy in this book. I can't wait to see where this goes and which males she will end up with.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    C.M. Stunich Rocks Not gonna lie this book is amazing like blow your mind amazing. I love her retelling of the classics and this one is no different. Cant wait to see what happens to Oz next!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ness

    DNF'd at 60%. This author is really hit or miss for me. This is a miss. I tried, but really couldn't get into it. I should have DNF'd earlier but I was avoiding my to-do list, so I gave it more of a chance than I should have. Borrowed from Kindle Unlimited. DNF'd at 60%. This author is really hit or miss for me. This is a miss. I tried, but really couldn't get into it. I should have DNF'd earlier but I was avoiding my to-do list, so I gave it more of a chance than I should have. Borrowed from Kindle Unlimited.

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