September 30, 2012

In My Mailbox : Ice Station and Area 7 by Matthew Reilly

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted at The Story Siren.
In My Mailbox

Anyone can participate. IMM is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week.


Ice Station by Matthew Reilly

Antarctica is the last unconquered continent, a murderous expanse of howling winds, blinding whiteouts and deadly crevasses. On one edge of Antarctica is Wilkes Station. Beneath Wilkes Station is the gate to hell itself...

A team of U.S. divers, exploring three thousand feet beneath the ice shelf has vanished. Sending out an SOS, Wilkes draws a rapid deployment team of Marines-and someone else...

First comes a horrific firefight. Then comes a plunge into a drowning pool filled with killer whales. Next comes the hard part, as a handful of survivors begin an electrifying, red-hot, non-stop battle of survival across the continent and against wave after wave of elite military assassins-who've all come for one thing: a secret buried deep beneath the ice...

Area 7 by Matthew Reilly

From the bestselling author of Ice Station, another dizzyingly fast-paced adventure thriller featuring Shane Schofield. It is America's most secret base, hidden deep in the Utah desert, an Air Force installation known only as Area 7. And today it has a visitor: the President of the United States. He has come to inspect Area 7, to examine its secrets for himself. But he's going to get more than he bargained for on this trip. Because hostile forces are waiting inside...Among the President's helicopter crew, however, is a young Marine. He is quiet, enigmatic, and he hides his eyes behind a pair of silver sunglasses. His name is Schofield. Call-sign: Scarecrow. Rumour has it, he's a good man in a storm. Judging by what the President has just walked into, he'd better be...

[ What I spent on the books : RM 63.70 ]

September 28, 2012

Review : Only Time Will Tell by Jeffrey Archer

Title : Only Time Will Tell

Author : Jeffrey Archer

Reading Dates : 25 Aug - 31 Aug 2012

Total Pages : 450

The Clifton Chronicles
  • Only Time Will Tell
  • The Sins of the Father
From Amazon :
From the internationally bestselling author of Kane and Abel and A Prisoner of Birth comes Only Time Will Tell, the first in an ambitious new series that tells the story of one family across generations, across oceans, from heartbreak to triumph.

The epic tale of Harry Clifton’s life begins in 1920, with the words “I was told that my father was killed in the war.” A dock worker in Bristol, Harry never knew his father, but he learns about life on the docks from his uncle, who expects Harry to join him at the shipyard once he’s left school. But then an unexpected gift wins him a scholarship to an exclusive boys’ school, and his life will never be the same again.

As he enters into adulthood, Harry finally learns how his father really died, but the awful truth only leads him to question, was he even his father? Is he the son of Arthur Clifton, a stevedore who spent his whole life on the docks, or the firstborn son of a scion of West Country society, whose family owns a shipping line?

This introductory novel in Archer’s ambitious series The Clifton Chronicles includes a cast of colorful characters and takes us from the ravages of the Great War to the outbreak of the Second World War, when Harry must decide whether to take up a place at Oxford or join the navy and go to war with Hitler’s Germany. From the docks of working-class England to the bustling streets of 1940 New York City, Only Time Will Tell takes readers on a journey through to future volumes, which will bring to life one hundred years of recent history to reveal a family story that neither the reader nor Harry Clifton himself could ever have imagined.

Book Review of Only Time Will Tell.

I enjoyed Only Time Will Tell. It reminded me a lot of my favourite book by Jeffrey Archer, Kane and Abel. While it isn’t as good, it does come close.

What I enjoyed about Only Time Will Tell is the characters that populate the story and how Jeffrey Archer sets about entwining their lives together. The characters in Only Time Will Tell aren’t saints but they make it easy to believe that goodness in itself puts them in a class of their own regardless of their station in life. I couldn’t help liking Harry and his extended family, all of whom never hesitate in making hard choices in order to give their loved ones a brighter future than they had.

The other interesting part about Only Time Will Tell is how the author reveals the facts surrounding Harry Clifton’s father’s death. By telling the story from the different characters viewpoints, only we the reader become privy to the entire tale. And even then, I get the feeling that there’s more to the story to come. After all, they each have a part of the puzzle and not all of them have had a chance to tell it yet.

Even so, while I enjoyed Only Time Will Tell and there is a cliffhanger ending, I didn’t end the story with a burning desire to read the next book. I supposed it is because the first book in The Clifton Chronicles gives off the vibe that nothing truly bad could ever happen to the good guys. That no matter what adversity Harry may face, he and his loved ones will triumph in the end.

A lovely read to pass the time.

My conclusions :

  • Would I re-read the book ? Yes.
  • Would I want to read the next book in the series ? Yes, but I can wait.
  • Would I want to own my personal copy if I didn’t already own it ? Probably not.
  • Who would I recommend this too? Fiction readers looking for a feel good read.
  • For those looking to read the book, would I recommend buying or borrowing the book? Borrow it.

September 27, 2012

Review : The Rogue by Trudi Canavan

Title : The Rogue

Author : Trudi Canavan

Reading Dates : 16 Aug - 24 Aug 2012

Total Pages : 523

The Traitor Spy Trilogy
From Amazon :
Discover the magic of Trudi Canavan with her brand new novel in the Traitor Spy Trilogy...

Living among the Sachakan rebels, Lorkin does his best to learn about their unique magic. But the Traitors are reluctant to trade their secrets for the Healing they so desperately want.

Meanwhile, Sonea searches for the rogue, knowing that Cery cannot avoid assassination forever --- but the rogue's influence over the city's underworld, however, is far greater than she feared.

And in the University, two female novices are about to remind the Guild that sometimes their greatest enemy is found within...

Book Review of The Rogue.

The Rogue was an improvement on The Ambassador’s Mission. I’m certainly intrigued by the results of Dannyl’s research and the glimpses of the Traitors we’ve been given. I’ve no doubt that I’ll be reading the last book in the trilogy in hopes of getting answers to my questions.

As in the first book of The Traitor Spy trilogy, there are a few plot lines going on. What interests me the most are the Traitors’ future. In the time that Lorkin spends with the Traitors, we learn of the growing unrest within the Traitors as well as their lack of a future if things go on as they did now. Without a drastic change in their current way of life, it is inevitable that the Traitors will cease to exist at some point in time. How they choose to approach this is something I hope to find out in the next book, The Traitor Queen.

The other part which interests me in The Rogue was the knowledge that Lorkin and Dannyl discover respectively. There’s no doubt that their discoveries are a harbinger of change, but for the Guild of Magicians. It will certainly be interesting to see if the magicians are capable of adapting to what was once considered taboo..

On the other hand, I find that character-wise, none of characters introduced in The Traitor Spy trilogy are as appealing as Sonea and Akkarin. They simply aren’t as likable or as charismatic.

Overall, my interest in The Traitor Spy is simply to revisit old characters and get to know the world Trudi Canavan has built, better.

My conclusions :

  • Would I re-read the book ? Maybe, but not frequently.
  • Would I want to read the next book in the series ? Yes.
  • Would I want to own my personal copy if I didn’t already own it ? No.
  • Who would I recommend this too? Fantasy readers.
  • For those looking to read the book, would I recommend buying or borrowing the book? Borrow it

September 25, 2012

Teaser Tuesday : Scarecrow and the Army of Thieves by Matthew Reilly

Teaser Tuesdays is hosted at Should Be Reading.

Teaser Tuesdays

Share 2 teaser sentences from your current read. Be careful not to include spoilers.

Scarecrow and the Army of Thieves by Matthew Reilly

From Page 72

"It's a polar bear," he said.
"Great, now we can test that stupid bear repellent," Mother said. "Hey Kid, go on. Go over and pat the nice widdle bear."

Goliath by Scott Westerfeld

From Page 225

"They take their tailoring seriously here, ma'am."
"And a good thing too. You are in the presence of greatness."

September 23, 2012

In My Mailbox

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted at The Story Siren.
In My Mailbox

Anyone can participate. IMM is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week.


The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

In the ruins of a place once known as North America lies the nation of Panem, a shining Capitol surrounded by twelve outlying districts. Long ago the districts waged war on the Capitol and were defeated. As part of the surrender terms, each district agreed to send one boy and one girl to appear in an annual televised event called, "The Hunger Games," a fight to the death on live TV. Sixteen-year-old Katniss Everdeen, who lives alone with her mother and younger sister, regards it as a death sentence when she is forced to represent her district in the Games. The terrain, rules, and level of audience participation may change but one thing is constant: kill or be killed.

Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

Suzanne Collins continues the amazing story of Katniss Everdeen in the phenomenal Hunger Games trilogy.

Against all odds, Katniss Everdeen has won the annual Hunger Games with fellow district tribute Peeta Mellark. But it was a victory won by defiance of the Capitol and their harsh rules. Katniss and Peeta should be happy. After all, they have just won for themselves and their families a life of safety and plenty. But there are rumors of rebellion among the subjects, and Katniss and Peeta, to their horror, are the faces of that rebellion. The Capitol is angry. The Capitol wants revenge.

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

Against all odds, Katniss Everdeen has survived the Hunger Games twice. But now that she's made it out of the bloody arena alive, she's still not safe. The Capitol is angry. The Capitol wants revenge...This thrilling final instalment of this ground-breaking trilogy promises to be one of the most talked-about books of the year.

Bones of Betrayal by Jefferson Bass

Dr. Bill Brockton is in the middle of a nuclear-terrorism disaster drill when he receives an urgent call from the nearby town of Oak Ridge—better known as Atomic City, home of the Bomb, and the key site for the Manhattan Project during World War II. Although more than sixty years have passed, could repercussions from that dangerous time still be felt today?

With his graduate assistant Miranda Lovelady, Brockton hastens to the death scene, where they find a body frozen facedown in a swimming pool behind a historic, crumbling hotel. The forensic detectives identify the victim as Dr. Leonard Novak, a renowned physicist and designer of a plutonium reactor integral to the Manhattan Project. They also discover that he didn't drown: he died from a searing dose of radioactivity.

As that same peril threatens the medical examiner and even Miranda, Brockton enlists the help of a beautiful, enigmatic librarian to peel back the layers of Novak's life to the secret at its core. The physicist's house and personal life yield few clues beyond a faded roll of undeveloped film, but everything changes when Brockton chances upon Novak's ninety-year-old ex-wife, Beatrice. Charming and utterly unreliable, she takes him on a trip back into Oak Ridge's wartime past, deep into the shadows of the nuclear race where things were not quite as they seemed.

As Beatrice drifts between lucidity and dementia, Brockton wonders if her stories are fact or fancy, history or myth. But he knows one thing—that she holds the key to a mystery that is becoming increasingly labyrinthine. For as the radiation count steadily rises, and the race to find the truth intensifies, the old woman's tales hint at something far darker and more complex than the forensic anthropologist himself could have ever imagined.

The Bone Thief by Jefferson Bass

Dr. Bill Brockton has been called in on a seemingly routine case, to exhume a body and obtain a bone sample for a DNA paternity test. But when the coffin is opened, Brockton and his colleagues, including his graduate assistant Miranda Lovelady, are stunned to see that the corpse has been horribly violated.

Brockton’s initial shock gives way to astonishment as he uncovers a flourishing and lucrative black market in body parts. At the center of this ghoulish empire is a daring and prosperous grave robber. Soon Brockton finds himself drawn into the dangerous enterprise when the FBI recruits him to bring down the postmortem chop shop—using corpses from the Body Farm as bait in an undercover sting operation.

As Brockton struggles to play the unscrupulous role the FBI asks of him, his friend and colleague medical examiner Eddie Garcia faces a devastating injury that could end his career. Exposed to a near-lethal dose of radioactivity, Dr. Garcia has lost most of his right hand and his entire left hand. Out of options, he embarks on a desperate quest: both of his ravaged hands will be severed at the wrist and replaced with those from a cadaver. But unless suitable ones are found soon, the opportunity will be lost.

As Brockton delves deep into the clandestine trade, he is faced with an agonizing choice: Is he willing to risk an FBI investigation—and his own principles—to help his friend? Will he be able to live with himself if he crosses that line? Will he be able to live with himself if he doesn’t? And as the criminal case and the medical crisis converge, a pair of simpler questions arise: Will Dr. Garcia survive—and will Brockton?

A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin

Long ago, in a time forgotten, a preternatural event threw the seasons out of balance. In a land where summers can last decades and winters a lifetime, trouble is brewing. The cold is returning, and in the frozen wastes to the north of Winterfell, sinister and supernatural forces are massing beyond the kingdom’s protective Wall. At the center of the conflict lie the Starks of Winterfell, a family as harsh and unyielding as the land they were born to. Sweeping from a land of brutal cold to a distant summertime kingdom of epicurean plenty, here is a tale of lords and ladies, soldiers and sorcerers, assassins and bastards, who come together in a time of grim omens.

Here an enigmatic band of warriors bear swords of no human metal; a tribe of fierce wildlings carry men off into madness; a cruel young dragon prince barters his sister to win back his throne; and a determined woman undertakes the most treacherous of journeys. Amid plots and counterplots, tragedy and betrayal, victory and terror, the fate of the Starks, their allies, and their enemies hangs perilously in the balance, as each endeavors to win that deadliest of conflicts: the game of thrones.

[ What I spent on the books : RM 129.40 ]

September 21, 2012

Review : The Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan

Title : The Throne of Fire

Author : Rick Riordan

Reading Dates : 30 Jul - 15 Aug 2012

Total Pages : 446

The Kane Chronicles
From Amazon :
Ever since the gods of Ancient Egypt were unleashed on the modern world, Carter Kane and his sister, Sadie, have been in big trouble. As descendants of the magical House of Life, they command certain powers. But now a terrifying enemy - Apophis, the giant snake of chaos - is rising. If Carter and Sadie don't destroy him, the world will end in five days' time. And in order to battle the forces of chaos, they must revive the sun god Ra - a feat no magician has ever achieved. Because first they must search the world for the three sections of the Book of Ra, then they have to learn how to chant its spells...Can the Kanes destroy Apophis before he swallows the sun and plunges the earth into darkness ...forever?

Book Review of The Throne of Fire.

The Throne of Fire was marginally better than The Red Pyramid but still not as good as the Percy Jackson books. The story was more exciting but my opinions regarding the protagonists of the tale haven’t improved.

The stakes are raised in the second book in The Kane Chronicles and I’ll admit I got caught up in the challenges the Kane siblings encountered in their quest to save the world. Still, I couldn’t help wondering at how obtuse the pair could be regarding what appears to be pretty obvious to me. And they’re supposed to be smart kids.

Also, Sadie has sunked lower in my estimation of her character. While it might be the norm now for heroines to be caught up in love triangles, I really can’t understand why most of them can’t pick a guy and stick with him. The guys’ acceptance of the status quo is baffling too and more than a bit off.

If I wasn’t already almost to the finish line, I’d opt to drop the last book in The Kane Chronicles from my books to read. For now, I’ll just put it way down on my wish list.

My conclusions :

  • Would I re-read the book ? Maybe.
  • Would I want to read the next book in the series ? Maybe.
  • Would I want to own my personal copy if I didn’t already own it ? No.
  • Who would I recommend this too? Fantasy readers.
  • For those looking to read the book, would I recommend buying or borrowing the book? Borrow it.

September 20, 2012

Review : The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan

Title : The Red Pyramid

Author : Rick Riordan

Reading Dates : 07 Jul - 30 Jul 2012

Total Pages : 514

The Kane Chronicles
From Amazon :
Percy Jackson fought Greek Gods. Now the Gods of Egypt are waking in the modern world...'I guess it started the night our dad blew up the British museum...' Carter and Sadie Kane's dad is a brilliant Egyptologist with a secret plan that goes horribly wrong. An explosion shatters the ancient Rosetta stone and unleashes Set, the evil god of chaos ...Set imprisons Dr Kane in a golden coffin and Carter and Sadie must run for their lives. To save their dad, they embark on a terrifying quest from Cairo to Paris to the American South-west and discover the truth about their family's connection to the House of Life: an Egyptian temple of magic that has existed for thousands of years. The pharaohs of ancient Egypt are far from dead and buried. And so, unfortunately, are their gods...

Book Review of The Red Pyramid.

The Red Pyramid was an okay read. It suffers however in comparison to the Percy Jackson series. So fans of Percy Jackson should beware. The Kane Chronicles simply doesn’t measure up.

Whether in terms of the storyline, the humour or the characters, I couldn’t help seeing the lack when compared against the Percy Jackson books. The Egyptian god and magicians don’t seem to have made much of an impact on me as opposed to their Grecian counterparts. The Egyptian gods struck me as boring and I couldn’t find any enjoyment in how they’re supposed to be interwoven into the modern world.

Carter and Sadie Kane too failed to get me on their side. I couldn’t help agreeing with the siblings opinion of each other. Carter is boring and Sadie is annoying. They simply didn’t have Percy Jackson’s flair and charm when it comes to engaging the reader.

In short, if I didn’t have the Throne of Fire in hand, I probably wouldn’t be planning on reading the next book.

My conclusions :

  • Would I re-read the book ? Maybe.
  • Would I want to read the next book in the series ? Not really.
  • Would I want to own my personal copy if I didn’t already own it ? No.
  • Who would I recommend this too? Fantasy readers.
  • For those looking to read the book, would I recommend buying or borrowing the book? Borrow it.

September 18, 2012

Teaser Tuesdays : The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini and The President's Vampire by Christopher Farnsworth

Teaser Tuesdays is hosted at Should Be Reading.

Teaser Tuesdays

Share 2 teaser sentences from your current read. Be careful not to include spoilers.

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

From Page 30

Then he paused and added a single word that did more to encourage me to pursue writing than any compliment any editor has ever paid me. That word was Bravo.

The President's Vampire by Christopher Farnsworth

From Page334

True names have power. He remembered telling someone that.
He broke out in a cold sweat. Cade's mouth twitched in amusement.

September 16, 2012

In My Mailbox : Scott Westerfeld's Leviathan trilogy

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In My Mailbox

Anyone can participate. IMM is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week.


Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld

It is the cusp of World War I. The Austro-Hungarians and Germans have their Clankers, steam-driven iron machines loaded with guns and ammunition. The British Darwinists employ genetically fabricated animals as their weaponry. Their Leviathan is a whale airship, and the most masterful beast in the British fleet.

Aleksandar Ferdinand, a Clanker, and Deryn Sharp, a Darwinist, are on opposite sides of the war. But their paths cross in the most unexpected way, taking them both aboard the Leviathan on a fantastical, around-the-world adventure….One that will change both their lives forever.

Behemoth by Scott Westerfeld

The behemoth is the fiercest creature in the British navy. It can swallow enemy battleships with one bite. The Darwinists will need it, now that they are at war with the Clanker Powers.

Deryn is a girl posing as a boy in the British Air Service, and Alek is the heir to an empire posing as a commoner. Finally together aboard the airship Leviathan, they hope to bring the war to a halt. But when disaster strikes the Leviathan's peacekeeping mission, they find themselves alone and hunted in enemy territory.

Alek and Deryn will need great skill, new allies, and brave hearts to face what’s ahead.

Goliath by Scott Westerfeld

Alek and Deryn are on the last leg of their round-the-world quest to end World War I, reclaim Alek’s throne as prince of Austria, and finally fall in love. The first two objectives are complicated by the fact that their ship, the Leviathan, continues to detour farther away from the heart of the war (and crown). And the love thing would be a lot easier if Alek knew Deryn was a girl. (She has to pose as a boy in order to serve in the British Air Service.) And if they weren’t technically enemies.

The tension thickens as the Leviathan steams toward New York City with a homicidal lunatic on board: Secrets suddenly unravel, characters reappear, and nothing is as it seems in this thunderous conclusion to Scott Westerfeld’s brilliant trilogy.

September 14, 2012

Review : The Lady of the Rivers by Philippa Gregory

Title : The Lady of the Rivers

Author : Philippa Gregory

Reading Dates : 02 Jul - 07 Jul 2012

Total Pages : 630

The Cousins' War
From Amazon :
A story rich in passion and legend, The Lady of the Rivers is the story of Jacquetta, Duchess of Bedford, a woman who navigated a treacherous path through the battle lines in the Wars of the Roses.

When Jacquetta is married to the Duke of Bedford, English regent of France, he introduces her to a mysterious world of learning and alchemy. Her only friend in the great household is the duke’s squire Richard Woodville, who is at her side when the duke’s death leaves her a wealthy young widow. The two become lovers and marry in secret, returning to England to serve at the court of the young King Henry VI, where Jacquetta becomes a close and loyal friend to his new queen.

The Woodvilles soon achieve a place at the very heart of the Lancaster court, though Jacquetta can sense the growing threat from the people of England and the danger of their royal York rivals. As Jacquetta fights for her king and her queen, she can see an extraordinary and unexpected future for her daughter Elizabeth: a change of fortune, the throne of England, and the white rose of York. . . .

Book Review of The Lady of the Rivers.

I loved The Lady of the Rivers for many reasons.

The first was the language. The novel is beautifully written, especially when the heroine describes her family’s legacy from Melusina or when she and her husband share tender moments together. The mystery of Jacquetta’s gifts and the passion she shares with her second husband really comes through. All of which leads me to the second reason I loved the story.

Philippa Gregory really brought Jacquetta to live with all her strengths and weaknesses. While Jacquetta is ambitious, she is also loving and kind. Obviously she wants her family to get ahead in the world, but more than that she wishes for their happiness. And never, never does she intend to use her powers for harm, even against her enemies. Jacquetta was a strong and likable heroine, one I really enjoyed rooting for.

In a way, I’m glad the book ended the way it did, at the height of her family’s power. Reading Philippa Gregory’s books, I can’t help wondering why I used to think that history was boring. I’ll be eagerly anticipating her next book in the series.

My conclusions :

  • Would I re-read the book ? Yes.
  • Would I want to read the next book in the series ? Yes.
  • Would I want to own my personal copy if I didn’t already own it ? Yes.
  • Who would I recommend this too? Historical fiction fans.
  • For those looking to read the book, would I recommend buying or borrowing the book? Buy it. This is a keeper.

September 13, 2012

Review : Lover Unleashed by J.R. Ward

Title : Lover Unleashed
Author : J.R. Ward
Reading Dates : 30 Jun - 02 Jul 2012
Total Pages : 537

The Black Dagger Brotherhood

From Amazon :
Payne, twin sister of the Black Dagger Brother Vishous, suffers a devastating injury, and brilliant human surgeon Manuel Manello is called in to save her. Their attraction is instant, and as powerful as it is dangerous. But as human and vampire worlds collide, a centuries- old score catches up with Payne and puts both her love and her life in jeopardy.

Book Review of Lover Unleashed.

I enjoyed Lover Unleashed more than I had expected, but then the story didn’t go as I expected it to.

This was supposed to be Payne and Manny’s story but instead it seemed more a continuation of Vishous and Jane’s tale, with Vishous’s twin sister’s tale being a mere catalyst for what happens. I never quite liked Lover Unbound before because I simply couldn’t feel the connection between Jane and V. Here, it finally makes sense. Although personally, I still think that Butch and V make a better couple.

Anyway, the reason I enjoyed Lover Unleashed is because it completes Vishous and Jane’s story. But it is strange to have the supposed main protagonists taking the back seat in the book. The parts which made up Payne’s story wouldn’t have even made up a quarter of the entire book.

On the other hand, I’d love to have more of Quinn, Blaylock and Zsadist. Catching up with my favourite characters and seeing Quinn and Blaylock’s relationship progress is something I’d have looked forward to. And even if it is unfair to Saxton and Layla, I can’t help wishing for the best friends to end up together.

My conclusions :

  • Would I re-read the book ? Yes.
  • Would I want to read the next book in the series ? Yes, but only because I want to know how things end for Quinn and Blaylock.
  • Would I want to own my personal copy if I didn’t already own it ? Yes, as part of the series.
  • Who would I recommend this too? Only to fans of the series.
  • For those looking to read the book, would I recommend buying or borrowing the book? Borrow it.

September 11, 2012

Teaser Tuesdays : White Cat and Red Glove by Holly Black

Teaser Tuesdays is hosted at Should Be Reading.

Teaser Tuesdays

Share 2 teaser sentences from your current read. Be careful not to include spoilers.

White Cat by Holly Black

From Page 93

I can't trust the people I care about not to hurt me. And I'm not sure I can trust myself not to hurt them, either.
Friendships suck.

Red Glove by Holly Black

From Page 317

"I'm not good,"I say. "I play everybody. Everybody. All the time."
He snorts. "Goodness don't come for free."

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