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The Edge of Lost
The Edge of Lost | Kristina Mcmorris
"An absorbing, addictive read"--Beatriz Williams "Will grab your heart on page one and won't let go until the end. I absolutely love this book, and so will you."--Sara Gruen, New York Times bestselling author of Water for Elephants From bestselling author Kristina McMorris comes an ambitious and heartrending story of immigrants, deception, and second chances. On a cold night in October 1937, searchlights cut through the darkness around Alcatraz. A prison guard's only daughter--one of the youngest civilians who lives on the island--has gone missing. Tending the warden's greenhouse, convicted bank robber Tommy Capello waits anxiously. Only he knows the truth about the little girl's whereabouts, and that both of their lives depend on the search's outcome. Almost two decades earlier and thousands of miles away, a young boy named Shanley Keagan ekes out a living as an aspiring vaudevillian in Dublin pubs. Talented and shrewd, Shan dreams of shedding his dingy existence and finding his real father in America. The chance finally comes to cross the Atlantic, but when tragedy strikes, Shan must summon all his ingenuity to forge a new life in a volatile and foreign world. Skillfully weaving these two stories, Kristina McMorris delivers a compelling novel that moves from Ireland to New York to San Francisco Bay. As her finely crafted characters discover the true nature of loyalty, sacrifice, and betrayal, they are forced to confront the lies we tell--and believe--in order to survive. PRAISE FOR THE EDGE OF LOST "Kristina McMorris takes us on a thrilling ride from the Emerald Isle, to the boroughs of New York, to the 'Rock' of Alcatraz. I found myself thoroughly immersed in her richly evocative settings, just as I was captivated by the pure humanity of her characters as they struggled for redemption. This book is a wonderful read!"--David Gillham, author of City of Women "I adore everything that Kristina McMorris writes and this book is no exception. "--Jennifer Robson, author of Somewhere in France "A beautifully told story about a young mans journey through adversity and loss with an exhilarating ending that I couldn't put down and stayed up well past my bedtime to finish."--Charles Belfoure, author of The Paris Architect
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I‘m so glad this was picked for #overbookedclub I loved this strong character driven story about love between family- across time and place.

sblbooks Me too! It is great family drama, and I love that it was partially set in Ireland. 2mo
Chrissyreadit @sblbooks yes- I loved the Irish connection! 2mo
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#BookReport: I liked all of my finished books this week. While none were outstanding but they all were solid stories that kept my interest. All 4🌟

#WeeklyForecast: finish Joy in the Morning for my last #Booked2021 prompt and Drive Your Plow was a swap gift.
Starting A Promised Land with the #Obamabuddyread (see @CBee for the schedule if you‘d like to read along) and rereading Watership Down with my daughter and then onto holiday/winter reads.

CBee You just reminded me that I need to make a new post! Thanks 😂😘 2mo
Cinfhen Woohoo!!! Great week and only one away from completing #Booked2021!!!!! 2mo
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megnews I love immigration stories and I really enjoyed this book. I‘m glad it was chosen. 2mo
sblbooks @megnews me too! Are you surprised that we enjoy the same type of stories😉 2mo
megnews Not at all! 😊 2mo
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sblbooks @SamanthaMarie thanks for joining in the discussion. If you'd like to join us next month were reading 2mo
Chrissyreadit @megnews @sblbooks I have to admit I was nervous at first, but I loved this book. 2mo
sblbooks @Chrissyreadit I'm so glad! 2mo
megnews @Chrissyreadit I‘m glad you liked it too. I felt pretty sure I would with it being set partially in Ireland. What made you nervous about it? 2mo
Chrissyreadit @megnews the beginning felt bleak, I rarely like sad stories- because of my work- I have to have happy endings- and sometimes I will even check 🤣- and if it‘s not a happy ending I stop reading. There are occasional exceptions but they are pretty rare. 2mo
megnews @Chrissyreadit I understand that. I thought it was going to be much more set at Alcatraz than it was. I was kind of glad of that. 2mo
Chrissyreadit @megnews yes- I thought it was going to be more of a mystery- the synopsis is misleading, but I‘m glad it was picked and we read it. 2mo
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sblbooks In hindsight, it would have been better for Shan if he had stayed in Ireland. He would have met his father only 6 months later. I wonder if Nick would have felt like he needed to turn to crime in order to prove himself to his father. I think he probably would because he was still competing with Tommy the brother that passed away. 2mo
megnews I agree from Shan‘s perspective. I think the Capellos needed Shan. And who could have helped the little girl? 2mo
sblbooks @megnews true! everything happens for a reason... 2mo
Chrissyreadit @megnews @sblbooks I agree, I like that this story represents missed opportunities and found opportunities. 2mo
megnews @Chrissyreadit I really like the way you said that. Isn‘t that what life is? Missed and found opportunities. 2mo
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SamanthaMarie I think that maybe it would be easier to extend a sincere and thorough apology. ;) But I think people try to atone for their missteps and I definitely think everyone does that. I still wish things weren't so sad at the end for the Capellos. But sometimes it be like that (this is from a pop song and my husband and I say it a lot. 😅) 2mo
megnews I think everyone achieved redemption but I‘m not convinced Nick was 100% happy with his change of pace. He seemed to enjoy the thrill of his previous lucrative, danger-filled job. @SamanthaMarie I love inside comments like that. There was a group of us at work that had a lot. 2mo
sblbooks Maybe not a hundred percent but they're well on their way. I think it's a admirable to try to make amends when you've done someone wrong. 2mo
Chrissyreadit I thought they all redeemed themselves- and I was so happy that Nick was there for Shan. 2mo
sblbooks @Chrissyreadit I was worried there for a while that Nick wouldn't forgive Shan. 2mo
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SamanthaMarie I think Shan was always timid and reserved. He didn't fully give of himself or relax unless maybe while performing. He was always on guard waiting for the other shoe to drop. However, he allowed his tragedies to make him compassionate and empathetic which is brave. 2mo
megnews @SamanthaMarie you said it wonderfully. I think he was always preparing for loss as he seemed to accept it as his fate. 😔 2mo
sblbooks @SamanthaMarie yes!I love that he remained compassionate and empathetic regardless of all the bad things that happened in his life. If its parents had not died he would have never left Ireland, he wouldn't had to learn Street smarts, and survival instincts. 2mo
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Chrissyreadit @megnews @sblbooks @SamanthaMarie I think that loss is what kept him from feeling like he was part of a family. 2mo
sblbooks @Chrissyreadit I think you're right. 2mo
Butterfinger His loss of his family lead him to his decision to rescue Sadie. That is my only complaint. Shan's story was fully realized, but I want to see Sadie's reunion with her mom. 2mo
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megnews I did not know there were people who came in to watch shows ahead of time to approve of the decency of the acts. 2mo
sblbooks @megnews this is a era I knew virtually nothing about, so the entire book was full of facts that were new to me. I was surprised when Shan had so much freedom on Alcatraz. 2mo
SamanthaMarie @megnews @sblbooks Yes! I didn't know that about decency requirements either. I also thought the Alcatraz stuff was really interesting. Particularity I didn't realize that families lived on the island!!! 2mo
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megnews @sblbooks @SamanthaMarie I didn‘t realize about the freedoms in Alcatraz either though they seemed to think it was inescapable so maybe they didn‘t worry. I knew about the families from another book I read (not Alcatraz but I did more research). I wonder if it wasn‘t as inescapable as they claimed considering they always just reported people as drowned though they never found them. 2mo
Chrissyreadit @megnews @sblbooks @SamanthaMarie I have not gotten to Alcatraz yet in the book, but the stuff I am reading I‘m pretty familiar with. 2mo
Butterfinger I am with @SamanthaMarie I didn't know about the families on the island. 2mo
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megnews I think he tried to be what each needed, perhaps to proof the worth of his position in the family. To Nick, he tried to support even if he didn‘t agree. To Mr Capello, he was the son he had wanted, someone to carry on the business. To Mrs Capello, he was the soft touch she didn‘t totally find in the other men in her life. 2mo
sblbooks @megnews 👍 I felt like that's why he ran away the first time when he and Nick argued. Then again when the cops found him and brought him back I felt he stayed because of Mrs Capello's reaction to his disappearance. 2mo
Chrissyreadit I agree with @megnews he‘s trying to be what is needed for each person, but especially trying to be the son who died. 2mo
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megnews I didn‘t like Shan‘s uncle. Nick- I liked, then not so much, then did again. It wasn‘t that I didn‘t like Mr Capello at first. He was just distant. But he grew on me. 2mo
SamanthaMarie I loved Mrs. Capello, what you see is what you get and sometimes that's really nice in a book. Lina, for similar reasons. They were both devoted to the family and Mrs. Capello was such a good mother figure. I didn't like Nick 😬 there's definite redemption at the end so that's good. I also really liked Josie. She was doing her best the whole time with what life dealt her. Apparently I liked the female characters most, ha! 2mo
sblbooks @megnews same here, Uncle Will was really the only character I didn't like. Nick was fallible, but at least I understood him in the end. Shan was my favorite! 2mo
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SamanthaMarie @sblbooks And yes! I was just about to say Shan was really an excellent character. He kind of had a moral compass from his parents and I feel like his actions always made sense. And that he saved the little girl ♡♡♡ 2mo
sblbooks @SamanthaMarie Yes, mrs. Capella was a great mother figure. I would have liked to learn more about Josie and her past, definitely a great character. 2mo
sblbooks @SamanthaMarie I agree. Shan was always trying to do the right thing. It sure seemed to backfire on him throughout the book. I felt so bad for him. 2mo
megnews @sblbooks @SamanthaMarie I loved Mrs Capello too. I agree she was a very straightforward character and lovable. I would love to hear more about Josie‘s life as well. Would be interesting to hear the story from her perspective starting at the beginning of her life. I agree about Shan. It stunk he was locked up when all he ever tried to do was be there for people and do the right thing. 2mo
Chrissyreadit I LOVE Mrs. Capella. I like Shan too, he‘s in a tough position all the time. 2mo
megnews @Chrissyreadit yes, it seemed like he could@never catch a break. But he always tried to make the best of it. 2mo
Crazeedi Of course Shan was a favorite, plus Mrs. Capello for obvious reasons 2mo
Crazeedi Plus the family in Ireland who allowed him to come in their store , they hold a special place in my heart @megnews @sblbooks @SamanthaMarie @Chrissyreadit 2mo
sblbooks @Crazeedi yes, I love the couple in Ireland. 2mo
Chrissyreadit @Crazeedi yes- I agree about the family in Ireland. 2mo
Butterfinger I loved the Italian family who took in Shan. Everyone had a special hold on Shan. He loved them so much, he wouldn't risk their safety at the trial. 2mo
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megnews I think it‘s the same answer for both questions. Survival. Adaptation allowed him the survive physically. At the same time, if you are always in survival mode, this can stunt your emotional growth. 2mo
SamanthaMarie @megnews I definitely agree with that. It doesn't allow you the space to become your own self. We see that even through Shan's delayed dream of performing. He did what kept him safe with the Capellos. 2mo
sblbooks @SamanthaMarie @megnews I agree he had to do what he could to survive from a very young age. Sadly, because he wasn't able to trust the people in his life he didn't always make the best decisions. Although it seemed what are the things that happened to him were beyond his control. 2mo
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Chrissyreadit I feel like it helped him fit in wherever he needed to. 2mo
megnews @Chrissyreadit I think so too. He persevered no matter his environment because he was very adaptable. 2mo
Crazeedi His ability to act and take on character traits kept him alive! @megnews @sblbooks @SamanthaMarie @Chrissyreadit 2mo
sblbooks @Crazeedi good point. 2mo
Chrissyreadit @Crazeedi yes- it definitely was why he survived! 2mo
Butterfinger I never thought it hindered his growth. I saw him as very mature when he didn't pander to Max like Nick did or when he decided smoking was not for him. Ah, I forgot about his running away, but if he hadn't run away, would he have found out how much the family, especially the father, loved him. 2mo
sblbooks @Butterfinger That's ture 2mo
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megnews While all the elements you listed played a role, I think redemption was the strongest theme. Shan was redeemed from his life with his uncle. Tommy was sort of redeemed to the family through Shan. Shan was redeemed through the prison break and Nick was redeemed from the life he was leading and through helping Shan. The greatest of all was the end- Shan finding his dad at the end. 2mo
sblbooks @megnews I agree. That said I think each theme tie into the other. For example, if Nick did not forgive Shan then neither one of them what has found Redemption. 2mo
SamanthaMarie For me, ever the optimist, I like to think that love is the strongest theme. I believe Shan's Uncle Will was motivated to hold information about Shan's dad because of love for his sister. I believe the Capello family offered Shan safe passage in the end because of their love for Tommy. Then they grew to love Shan. Nick loved Shan, Josie alluded to as much, and thus he did all he did at the end for Shan. But I do agree redemption is a result!! 2mo
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sblbooks @SamanthaMarie all good points. I never thought about Uncle Will being motivated by love, guess I'm not an optimist. I agree with you for all the other characters. 2mo
megnews I agree with your response to my answer. They are all mingled together and without one, another is impossible. 2mo
megnews @SamanthaMarie I definitely agree there was something there. As much as he drank and as often as they moved, it‘s amazing he held in to that letter and I think it was a sentimental reason, especially since he didn‘t seem to be searching for Shan‘s father. There didn‘t seem to be an ulterior motive. 2mo
Chrissyreadit So far the theme I see is family and love, but that may change with the last 100 pages of the book. @SamanthaMarie @megnews @sblbooks 2mo
Crazeedi I think Forgiveness might be the main theme @megnews @sblbooks @SamanthaMarie @Chrissyreadit . Shan finally understanding his brother, and even his uncle back in Ireland 2mo
Chrissyreadit @Crazeedi he was definitely more capable of compassion and forgiveness than most. 2mo
Butterfinger The uncle definitely loved his sister and I think took out his anger on Shan and knew that he had to help Shan before he died. I loved what you said about redemption @megnews Maybe that was how the uncle redeemed himself. 2mo
sblbooks @Butterfinger That's a good point I think Shands Uncle did try to redeem himself by going to America. 2mo
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SamanthaMarie Woohoo!!! 2mo
Chrissyreadit I‘m still reading100 pages left, but want to join discussion of beginning of book. 2mo
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Can't wait to discuss this with #overbookedclub It was really good. @sblbooks

I also got the new Kindle Paperwhite!! I've never had one before, I've always had a fire but I don't like the distraction of all the other things on it. So I really love it, with nothing to compare it to. ;) I got the Paperwhite for Kids deal and it is a great deal! Definitely recommend both the book and the device! Beats using my phone app for all of my books haha.

sblbooks I've never had Paperwhite, I've only had a Kindle fire myself. I'm glad you enjoyed the novel. 2mo
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What a ride! With many twists and turns, Shanley Keagan led quite a life. Can‘t say more til Saturday‘s discussion. Can‘t wait!

#OverBookedClub

sblbooks Me either, I really enjoyed this one. 2mo
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#OverbookedClub @megnews @sblbooks
I am so ready to discuss this book. All I can say right now is that it kept me my heart fluttering till the end!

SamanthaMarie I'm going to try and read this and join in! I need some book club community in my life. ♡ 2mo
megnews @SamanthaMarie we‘d be happy to have you! @sblbooks 2mo
sblbooks @SamanthaMarie I'll be sure and tag you our discussion is on the 27th at 4 p.m. 2mo
SamanthaMarie @megnews @sblbooks Thank you! I'm excited :) 2mo
Crazeedi @SamanthaMarie yay! Good book!! 2mo
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From Ireland to America and back again. I really enjoyed the story about love, family, loyalty, and forgiveness. Friendly reminder that the discussion questions will be on Nov 27th at 4pm. #OverbookedClub

Crazeedi So glad you're part of the #TeamGameSleighers!! Whoohoo!💗 2mo
sblbooks @Crazeedi it's going to be fun! I'm glad we're on the same team! 2mo
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#thoughtfulthursday (a bit late!) @MoonWitch94
Thanks for the tag Lisa and Lynn!💚
☕ reading for #OverbookedClub
☕ my birthday and everyone who reached out with wishes ❤❤
☕ misspellings, no genealogy page if there are many generations in the book
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TheSpineView 😘😊😀 2mo
wanderinglynn ☺️🥰🧡 2mo
MoonWitch94 Thanks for playing 🍂📖✨ 2mo
jb72 Typos and bad grammar really irk me when I‘m reading! 2mo
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I just finished this month's #OverbookedClub pick- I'm so glad I had time to read this one! My thoughts for now in the comments... can't wait for the book discussion at the end of the month!
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CoffeeNBooks Halfway through the book, my thoughts were that while certainly not a happy story, it's compelling nonetheless. By the end I realized that it was a bittersweet story about second chances, for everyone in the story, in some way. 2mo
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The discussion for next month's pick is Saturday, November 27th. If I missed anyone, or if you want to join in let me know. #OverbookedClub @Crazeedi @catebutler @CoffeeNBooks @Chrissyreadit @kspenmoll @LazyOwl @rubyslippersreads @TheBookHippie @shellleigh33 @Kdgordon88 @megnews

Chrissyreadit Waiting for it to arrive ❤️ 3mo
Crazeedi I have it borrowed! Going to read next!! 3mo
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catebutler All of the choices were excellent, so excited to read this in November. 4mo
shellleigh33 Sounds good 4mo
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CoffeeNBooks Sounds like a really interesting book! 4mo
Chrissyreadit 🙌👏 4mo
kspenmoll 😀 4mo
Crazeedi @megnews I'm going to look for this too and jump in!! 3mo
Crazeedi @megnews found and borrowed this book! I'm ready!! 3mo
sblbooks @Crazeedi 👏 I'm glad you were able to locate one. 3mo
Crazeedi @sblbooks yes! So sorry I didn't tag you too, but I'm ready! Whoohoo!! 3mo
sblbooks @Crazeedi you don't have to tag me, if it's my post that's why I saw it. I automatically get notified.😄 3mo
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An Alcatraz escape, Prohibition, vaudeville. This historical fiction is well written and researched and really evokes the world of early twentieth century immigrant America tied up in a tidy bow at the end. Full review at https://booknaround.blogspot.com/2020/12/review-edge-of-lost-by-kristina-mcmorri...

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Finished my #bookspin pick for the month 'The Edge of Lost' which was # 3 on my #bookspinbingo card!
This was a really great book. So thankful I read it and am very happy to participate in bookspin to get some of my tbr pile gone through. I've had this one such a looong time.
This book had everything in it! A coming-of-age story full of adventure, drama, family, even a bit of love. It was hard to put down.

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My son was upset that he was not able to come up with enough money to buy me one of the brand new books from my wishlist for my Mother‘s Day. I told him that if he wanted to get me something, I would be very happy with a secondhand book. So, here I am, with another new to me book that I want to start reading immediately! The best gifts are the ones that come from the come from the heart, regardless of the cost.

LiteraryinLawrence What a great present! 2y
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A story of redemption, love and what makes a family. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know the main character on his journey from Dublin to America. I do feel as if the author brings everything full circle at the end, although I'm not sure how believable it is.

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Through the fog of his mind came a child chirping, "It's her, Mama! The statue. You have to come and see!"
I can feel the excitement after a long journey to a new country and the endless possibilities.

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"No man wants a daily reminder of the hardships that in a blink could be his own, nor to carry the shame of being unable, or unwilling, to help those in need. Such burdens were easier to discard when not planted outside your window."

Suzze This one didn't live up to expectations for me. I was excited to read it but it didn't seem historical enough. 6y
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I meant to review this before! Great book. I went in expecting it to be primarily about civilian life on Alcatraz Island (which also would have been awesome, hinthint!) but it's actually about an Irish immigrant to America named Shan and what family means. Set during Prohibition. Worth a read!

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I loved this book!

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My one eyed wonder rescue dog, Navybean, is making an appearance in his Christmas best in support of this one. #funfridayphoto (this was pre-Litsy.. So I need to showcase the guy even though it is June)

Lakesidemusing Rescues are the best!😍 6y
SusanInTiburon I love his beautiful retriever smile! I miss my labs so much. And thanks for rescuing! 6y
Liberty ♥️♥️♥️ 6y
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I have an audible credit burning a hole in my pocket, and I can't decide on the best book for listening while I knit. I figured the Litsy hive mind would be able to help. Anyone read or listened to these?

readinginthedark I listened to The Edge of Lost on audio, and it was good! :) 6y
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Writing my thoughts on this one in my reading journal. Review to come soon!

Jamesmelvinmitchell I love the idea of a reading journal I have a hard time with trying to keep one. Adult ADD makes me mad some times, oh look a pretty bird. Well you get the... Hold on I'm done. 😀 6y
readinginthedark @Jamesmelvinmitchell I started mine originally to keep myself more organized for blogging. But now, it helps to keep my thoughts more organized, especially because I read so many books at once. I just don't put pressure on myself to write a lot. 😊 Maybe you could start with a bullet journal? 6y
Jamesmelvinmitchell @readinginthedark thank you for the challenge I will see how I do. And let you know. If I remember. 6y
readinginthedark @Jamesmelvinmitchell Sounds good! Good luck! 6y
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