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Kat Chanter isn't your ordinary girl. And she isn't your ordinary vampire, either. The ruthless Directorate would go to any lengths to have her power - including murder. And when that leads to a war between races, Kat's fate becomes the ultimate prize. Kat is done with being on the run, or so she hopes. A new pathology job in Paris is her big chance to start afresh, far fro Kat Chanter isn't your ordinary girl. And she isn't your ordinary vampire, either. The ruthless Directorate would go to any lengths to have her power - including murder. And when that leads to a war between races, Kat's fate becomes the ultimate prize. Kat is done with being on the run, or so she hopes. A new pathology job in Paris is her big chance to start afresh, far from the Tabérin Directorate who want her dead. Sure, adjusting to life as a half-vampire, half-human hybrid in transition poses its own challenges, but it's nothing Kat can't handle...until the past starts to catch up with her. When she's approached by one Tabérin male from her past, she can explain it away. But add in another territorial Tabérin with a newfound conscience and it's starting to get crowded on Kat's Montmartre window ledge. Past experience tells Kat to be cautious, especially in her vulnerable state. But how can she tell friend from foe? Dark Child (Covens Rising) is book 2 in the Dark Child series, sequel to Dark Child (The Awakening). This novella length episode is part one of five. All five episodes are also available from late August 2014 bundled as Dark Child (Covens Rising): Omnibus Edition.


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Kat Chanter isn't your ordinary girl. And she isn't your ordinary vampire, either. The ruthless Directorate would go to any lengths to have her power - including murder. And when that leads to a war between races, Kat's fate becomes the ultimate prize. Kat is done with being on the run, or so she hopes. A new pathology job in Paris is her big chance to start afresh, far fro Kat Chanter isn't your ordinary girl. And she isn't your ordinary vampire, either. The ruthless Directorate would go to any lengths to have her power - including murder. And when that leads to a war between races, Kat's fate becomes the ultimate prize. Kat is done with being on the run, or so she hopes. A new pathology job in Paris is her big chance to start afresh, far from the Tabérin Directorate who want her dead. Sure, adjusting to life as a half-vampire, half-human hybrid in transition poses its own challenges, but it's nothing Kat can't handle...until the past starts to catch up with her. When she's approached by one Tabérin male from her past, she can explain it away. But add in another territorial Tabérin with a newfound conscience and it's starting to get crowded on Kat's Montmartre window ledge. Past experience tells Kat to be cautious, especially in her vulnerable state. But how can she tell friend from foe? Dark Child (Covens Rising) is book 2 in the Dark Child series, sequel to Dark Child (The Awakening). This novella length episode is part one of five. All five episodes are also available from late August 2014 bundled as Dark Child (Covens Rising): Omnibus Edition.

30 review for Dark Child (Covens Rising): Episode 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    Dark Child is a complex tale of the ½ human children of the vampire, Taberin. When requesting this book from Netgalley, I believed it to be the first in this series by the Episode 1 denotation. I was mistaken. This is the 6th book in the series and just part 1 of the Dark Child (Coven Rising) story. Overall, I see a strong potential for this plot and the characters. The writing is smooth and the characters are extremely intriguing. The story changes to multiple POV, giving you a glimpse into each Dark Child is a complex tale of the ½ human children of the vampire, Taberin. When requesting this book from Netgalley, I believed it to be the first in this series by the Episode 1 denotation. I was mistaken. This is the 6th book in the series and just part 1 of the Dark Child (Coven Rising) story. Overall, I see a strong potential for this plot and the characters. The writing is smooth and the characters are extremely intriguing. The story changes to multiple POV, giving you a glimpse into each Dark Child. I have to admit, I played a lot of catch up and most definitely would of enjoyed this story more if I had more background on what was going on. I will have to check out the early books in this series, this story did not stand alone. Creative wise, West novella gives you a great glimpse into what is happening with the Taberin. I'm sure for the fans of this series it is a teaser leaving you wanting more...for me, I was left with lots of questions and a desire to delve deeper into the Dark Child series. I received this ARC copy of Dark Child (Coven Rising): Episode 1 from Momentum in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication July 3, 2014. Written by: Adina West Series: Dark Child Sequence in Series: 6 (Covens Rising: Episode 1) Publisher: Momentum Publication Date: July 10, 2014 Rating: 3.5 Stars Genre: Urban Fantasy | Paranormal Find this book on: Amazon | Barnes & Noble Reviewed for: http://tometender.blogspot.com

  2. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    Another ebook obtained from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review . . . Thank you!! This excellent novella follows on seamlessly from the Dark Child Omnibus I read first and introduces new characters into the story. I believe readers need to read these in chronological order to really enjoy the author's style of writing - building up on previous events and characters in a seemingly natural manner giving the story a developing life of its own. This episode continues relating the events in and Another ebook obtained from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review . . . Thank you!! This excellent novella follows on seamlessly from the Dark Child Omnibus I read first and introduces new characters into the story. I believe readers need to read these in chronological order to really enjoy the author's style of writing - building up on previous events and characters in a seemingly natural manner giving the story a developing life of its own. This episode continues relating the events in and around the life of the central character, enabling readers to learn more of her background, family and people around her. As usual, this episode resolves some issues but leaves the reader on another cliff hanger wanting to know more about what will happen next in the paranormal life of this young lady and how things will be resolved! Looking forward to reading the next episode which I've already downloaded to read! I have actually read the second episode now but am unable to upload a review of it as Goodread's doesn't acknowledge it exists yet - makes a change for me to be one of the first to read something on here! The novella continues the story and it just keeps getting better! Really disappointed the Episode 3 isn't yet available and hope to be able to read it soon. Again, the author elaborates on events which have severe impacts on the life of Kat and those around her, with characters from the first omnibus starting to be portrayed in a slightly different, possibly more friendly, but still not totally trustworthy. The stories are fast paced, with lots of twists and turns to keep the reader intrigued and guessing. This novella also ends on a cliff hanger - I really want to read the rest of this story, please!!! Highly recommended to anyone who likes a different sort of paranormal with mysteries, in depth characters and great story telling!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lady

    This series of serial novels must be read in order. The omnibus of book one is Dark Child (The Awakening): Omnibus Edition. The first episode is Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 1. The second episode is Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 2. The third episode is Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 3. The fourth episode is Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 4. The fifth episode is Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 5. This is the first episode of book two. Kat seems to be acquiring acoylets w This series of serial novels must be read in order. The omnibus of book one is Dark Child (The Awakening): Omnibus Edition. The first episode is Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 1. The second episode is Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 2. The third episode is Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 3. The fourth episode is Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 4. The fifth episode is Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 5. This is the first episode of book two. Kat seems to be acquiring acoylets wherever she goes lately. There's her waiter at the café she goes for lunch every day (though he's human at least) and now Jonathan is lurking outside her window every night... Which is a good thing for her when regular human blood no longer seeks to cut it... The changes to Kat's life seem to be happening more and more quickly. What do they mean? Is she turning? Why is her blood not sensitive to sunlight like other hybrid's? What is she going to do? The addition of new characters and the revisiting of older minor ones really fleshes out this episode and makes the world seem much more realistic and diverse. There seems to be more of a drive to this episode as Kat becomes more comfortable and owns her diverse heritage instead of being afraid all of the time. It is nice to see her trusting her instincts more as she finds her footing within her new expanded reality. If you liked the last five episodes you will love this one even more! I know I can't wait to start Dark Child (Covens Rising): Episode 2 to see what new surprises are in store for Kat! ***This serial novel series is suitable for mature young adult through adult readers

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    2.5 stars I've read the Dark Child series over a year ago and here, with this episode that follows the initial story, I've found myself a little confused because I didn't remember much about the story in itself or the different characters. I still have some memories that came back after a while, but not everything. I don't really understand why it isn't called Episode 6 instead of Episode 1 since it's following the Episode 5... Anyway, here it was short maybe too short to get attached again to Ka 2.5 stars I've read the Dark Child series over a year ago and here, with this episode that follows the initial story, I've found myself a little confused because I didn't remember much about the story in itself or the different characters. I still have some memories that came back after a while, but not everything. I don't really understand why it isn't called Episode 6 instead of Episode 1 since it's following the Episode 5... Anyway, here it was short maybe too short to get attached again to Kat. It felt more like a sample. I wish that we had more of Kat, Jonathan and Dominic instead of having to read about Ben and that new girl we didn't really know. I'm curious how Dominic and Kat's interactions will evolve. A little disappointed for me even if I'd read the next episode because I'm still intrigued and interested in this story! ***ARC received through Netgalley***

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shaheen

    Momentum Books is publishing Adina West's Dark Child series as serialised novels. In 2013 they published the first book, The Awakening, as a 5 part serial, and are doing the same with the sequel: Coven's Rising. I wish I'd read up on the series more carefully, because the titles on Netgalley and Goodreads are confusing. It doesn't help that the books are called Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 1, or Dark Child (The Awakening): Omnibus Edition, or Dark Child (Coven's Rising): Episode 1. Even t Momentum Books is publishing Adina West's Dark Child series as serialised novels. In 2013 they published the first book, The Awakening, as a 5 part serial, and are doing the same with the sequel: Coven's Rising. I wish I'd read up on the series more carefully, because the titles on Netgalley and Goodreads are confusing. It doesn't help that the books are called Dark Child (The Awakening): Episode 1, or Dark Child (The Awakening): Omnibus Edition, or Dark Child (Coven's Rising): Episode 1. Even the covers imply that Dark Child is the name of a book and not the series. Since this is the first part of the second book in a series, I was a little lost as soon as I started the Episode 1. Names were thrown at me from everywhere and the main character kept referring to important events that had already happened. I finally figured out I was missing a whole book's worth of information. I've since bought The Awakening and plan to read it before continuing. However, you are probably smarter than me, and won't be picking up Coven's Rising before reading The Awakening. So let's forget about my confusion for a second. I really like the main character, Kat. She's got heart and courage, and I think her predicament is interesting (she seems to be transitioning from human to something ... else, and it requires the ingesting of a lot of blood. A lot of blood). Coven's Rising is written in dual point of view - we have Kat, our awesome almost-vampire girl, and Ben, who's going to become a vampire one day and has to keep that a secret from everyone around him. Since Kat had all this history that I initially found confusion, but Ben didn't, I inevitably ended up enjoying Ben's chapters more. I also liked the secondary characters (or rather, the brief glimpses I got of them in this fifth of the novel), especially Jackson. The world of Dark Child is interesting, and I can't say I fully understand it yet, but I love that Kat is a scientist and that she approaches her vampirism as an experiment. I like that there are differences in the blood of vampires, humans, and half-breeds, that vampire blood reacts differently when put under stress, and that Kat's blood is different again from these three. As with Troll Mountain, the other serialised novel I've read this year, I was disappointed when Episode 1 ended because I finally had a handle on the world and what was going on and then this part finished! Luckily I have the second and third parts ready to go! So: read the first novel (Dark Child (The Awakening): Omnibus), and then jump into the sequel with Dark Child (Coven's Rising): Episode 1. I've enjoyed the first part of this serialisation and will be continuing to read (and review) them :) I'm looking forward to finding out more about this world! A copy of this book was provided by the publisher for review. You can read more of my reviews at Speculating on SpecFic .

  6. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    Spoiler warning for the first book "Forget the elephant in the room; here, it was more like a whole herd of them stampeding down the hallway on a pretty regular basis- but they just didn't talk about it." This is technically the sixth book of the Dark Child series, but with the Omnibus edition of the first book, this is the first installment of the second book. This book, like the first one, was published separate from the rest of the books to create an episodic feel. In this one, Kat has been s Spoiler warning for the first book "Forget the elephant in the room; here, it was more like a whole herd of them stampeding down the hallway on a pretty regular basis- but they just didn't talk about it." This is technically the sixth book of the Dark Child series, but with the Omnibus edition of the first book, this is the first installment of the second book. This book, like the first one, was published separate from the rest of the books to create an episodic feel. In this one, Kat has been sent to Paris by her newfound aunt, for her own safety. Kat is special. She's not human, in a world of humans, but she's also not a vampire. Kat might just be one of the hybrids. This makes her different from everyone else. She's not like humans; she needs to drink blood to survive. But she's also not like the vampires, who can't go out in sunlight and can survive on a little bit of blood. Kat needs more. Maybe that's the connection to her daylight ability; because she can walk in daylight she needs more blood. But, it's not just about Kat. In this book, a second point of view is introduced. His name is Ben, and he's one of the Taberin. If I'm remembering right; his family was killed, and he's now being raised by Falcon. He hasn't gone through the transformation yet, so he attends a high school, where he meets a girl. He's never been able to get close to anyone, because of what he is- but she might be more similar to him than he knows. I actually preferred this story to the first novel. It sets the story up very well, and although I wasn't on the edge of my seat at the ending because I don't remember it too much. But I do know I prefer Ben's current story than Kat's. What's happened to the two guys that the relationship was set up for in the second book? Am I supposed to believe that this girl who has less than two personality traits has managed to attract not just two, but four men, even while across country?? Kat also doesn't seem to communicate with anyone. She packed up her life and moved to Paris, which sounds fun. But does she speak French?? Or is this one of those books where she A) magically speaks French or B) everyone in Paris she meets knows flawless English?? I'm only slightly curious to know. *This book was sent to me for review by Netgalley. I am not profiting from this review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Anna || BooksandBookends

    I received a copy of 'Dark Child: Episode 1' from the book's publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This book is the first in the 'Covens Rising' series but be warned, you will definitely need to read Dark Child (Omnibus Edition) before reading any of this series. That being said, I honestly think I have preferred reading this short novella to the full length omnibus which I did originally enjoy. There seems to be lots more depth to the characters with an exciting new plot as I received a copy of 'Dark Child: Episode 1' from the book's publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This book is the first in the 'Covens Rising' series but be warned, you will definitely need to read Dark Child (Omnibus Edition) before reading any of this series. That being said, I honestly think I have preferred reading this short novella to the full length omnibus which I did originally enjoy. There seems to be lots more depth to the characters with an exciting new plot as well as brand new characters which really add to the story. In this book, Kat's transformation is beginning to really affect her. Her bloodlust and cravings are coming to the forefront of her mind and having even the rarest steak is no longer cutting the edge off of her cravings. Blood consumes her thoughts and she can even begin to her the flow of blood in her co-workers, the pulses of her friends and working in an environment where she is surrounded by blood on a daily basis is doing nothing but add to her growing list of problems. Kat is beginning to notice subtle differences in her blood compared to the samples taken from others... Why is hers not affected by sunlight? Why exactly is her scent so appealing to others and what is Kat going to do next? You'll just have to read this marvellous book to find out! This book felt much more realistic and I felt it had much more depth in comparison to the previous story in this series. This book has just left me eager to continue reading the series and I need to get over to NetGalley as soon as possible to download the rest! I can see great potential for the rest of this series and I really can't wait to read more about some of the new characters such as Ben and Yara. It's a lovely short paranormal, vampire story and is definitely worth a read. The book is left on a real cliffhanger and I need to read the next one now!

  8. 5 out of 5

    pinK

    Note: I received a copy of this book from Netgalley for honest review. I wish I had read the synopsis just a bit closer when I originally requested this book. Although this book says "Episode One" this is not the best starting point. This is the second series in a series of series. This is something that's completely new to me. I've never before read a series of series. I have read a couple sets of series where there's a spin off, but in these cases each series can be read as a standalone. Events Note: I received a copy of this book from Netgalley for honest review. I wish I had read the synopsis just a bit closer when I originally requested this book. Although this book says "Episode One" this is not the best starting point. This is the second series in a series of series. This is something that's completely new to me. I've never before read a series of series. I have read a couple sets of series where there's a spin off, but in these cases each series can be read as a standalone. Events from the parent series had minimal to no explanation, so this is definitely not a standalone series. Since there are multiple sets of characters, with each character swap, I felt like I was starting yet another book, right smack dab in the middle, since at first these characters did not seem to have any ties to one another. Although I spent the majority of this novella confused, I still was able to enjoy the parts of the storyline that I was able to understand. Katerina is a half vampire that works in the hematology lab of the American Hospital in Paris. After a mess in the US (that is vaguely explained), Kat fakes her own death in order to have a fresh start in a new country. I found her "troubles" with blood intake intriguing, as I've not read many books that include vampire/human hybrids. I also enjoyed her sense of whimsy when she claimed that her weakness was due to low blood sugar. I always enjoy a solid sense of humor from a troubled character. This is an intriguing series, but I would definitely suggest doing a bit of research to ensure that you're starting off at the correct beginning so everything is completely understood.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Toni Michelle-Editor

    Kat isn’t sure what she is; part human but something else as well, and she is finding out just how dangerous it is to be whatever she is. She must drink blood in order to sustain her life and the cravings have gotten out of control. The Directorate wants her dead, most of them anyway. So, she faked her death and disappeared to Paris. Ben is infatuated with Yara but they are both hiding secrets. Yara is struggling with her situation so Ben spies on her to see if there is a way he can help her. Wi Kat isn’t sure what she is; part human but something else as well, and she is finding out just how dangerous it is to be whatever she is. She must drink blood in order to sustain her life and the cravings have gotten out of control. The Directorate wants her dead, most of them anyway. So, she faked her death and disappeared to Paris. Ben is infatuated with Yara but they are both hiding secrets. Yara is struggling with her situation so Ben spies on her to see if there is a way he can help her. Will Kat find out what she is becoming? Can she stay hidden from the Directorate? Will Ben get the girl? Can he help her with what is troubling her? I am still trying to figure out this book. I want to say it’s really interesting, because I was able to stay stuck in the book but I feel like it was because of a need to know what Kat is. There is no explanation of a Taberin, which is what everyone is called in the book, but it’s like a mystery, you just gotta know. The story jumps from one set of people to another, nearly every chapter and it’s quite confusing. While I want to read the next episode to find out what is actually going on, I sort of feel like it’s going to make the situation worse since there were no answers in the first.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tricia M.S.

    Reading the series in episodes make me think I'm watching a weekly sitcom on TV. In fact as I was reading the book, that is exactly what I was thinking. That this could be adapted on put on the CW channel. For those who are familiar with the programming on CW would probably agree with me. They carry such programs as Supernatural and The Originals. This would be the prefect addition in their wheelhouse. But any ways. This episode was a great start for the series. There is some debate as to how th Reading the series in episodes make me think I'm watching a weekly sitcom on TV. In fact as I was reading the book, that is exactly what I was thinking. That this could be adapted on put on the CW channel. For those who are familiar with the programming on CW would probably agree with me. They carry such programs as Supernatural and The Originals. This would be the prefect addition in their wheelhouse. But any ways. This episode was a great start for the series. There is some debate as to how the speed starts out in the beginning, but I know that sometimes it takes a bit of time to build the plot line and the characters; so I didn't really worry about that. The paranormal aspects is delightful and the pace is fast moving. The plot is set for young adults, but I found it could be read by anyone that enjoys a good paranormal story line. I have to say that I would give it a 4 out 5 stars *** Please beware that I got this episode for free from NetGallery in exchange for my honest thoughts on the book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    MartyAnne

    Dark Child (The Awakening) novellas came first. (The Awakening Omnibus edition has all of them in one place) Now, we commence the Dark Child (Covens Rising) novellas. These novella length serialized segments are a bit too short for my taste, but at least I could access the full 5 of them that are currently out. In my opinion, they move far too slowly. I am still sad I did not know there was a previous set of books I could have read first. [Episode 1 of Covens Rising] Kat breathes a sigh of relie Dark Child (The Awakening) novellas came first. (The Awakening Omnibus edition has all of them in one place) Now, we commence the Dark Child (Covens Rising) novellas. These novella length serialized segments are a bit too short for my taste, but at least I could access the full 5 of them that are currently out. In my opinion, they move far too slowly. I am still sad I did not know there was a previous set of books I could have read first. [Episode 1 of Covens Rising] Kat breathes a sigh of relief, not running, and back to work as a scientist. On the side, she is testing her own blood to see how it compares to fully human blood, as she is a human- Tabérin hybrid. Her own blood has reacted differently in incredible ways, and she is eager to continue, but the time has come again to seek shelter for hiding from the Directorate. https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...

  12. 5 out of 5

    Selena

    I enjoyed the first book in Covens Rising series. So far it is the stories of Kat and Ben. Kat is being hunted and gone into hiding. She drinks blood like the "typical" vampire, but she has not completely transformed and can still eat foods, athough they are no longer filling her. Ben seems to have been a vampire longer, he has not completely made the transition yet, but is closer than Kat. The book has chapters on Kat interwoven with chapters on Ben. They do not seem to know each other, she is I enjoyed the first book in Covens Rising series. So far it is the stories of Kat and Ben. Kat is being hunted and gone into hiding. She drinks blood like the "typical" vampire, but she has not completely transformed and can still eat foods, athough they are no longer filling her. Ben seems to have been a vampire longer, he has not completely made the transition yet, but is closer than Kat. The book has chapters on Kat interwoven with chapters on Ben. They do not seem to know each other, she is in Paris and he is in the U. S. I am very interested in seeing what will happen in future sequels. Dark Child is a five star read, but be ready for the cliffhanger at the end making the reader want to hurry and get the next book!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lucy at Rain and Cupcakes Book Blog

    eARC via Netgalley I was curious enough after reading Dark Child: the Awakening to read this novella, but the pace of this series leaves something to be desired. Which is one of my main issue of the series. I have hope we can finally get the action going, since now Kat somewhat knows who she is. But in this novella, more new characters were introduce, which is a little annoying, since the book itself is so short. Overall I didn't learn much more about Kat and the supernatural world. Just bits here eARC via Netgalley I was curious enough after reading Dark Child: the Awakening to read this novella, but the pace of this series leaves something to be desired. Which is one of my main issue of the series. I have hope we can finally get the action going, since now Kat somewhat knows who she is. But in this novella, more new characters were introduce, which is a little annoying, since the book itself is so short. Overall I didn't learn much more about Kat and the supernatural world. Just bits here and there that need more explanations. I can see myself losing patient the way the novella is set up, I think I would rather prefer to read this series in one book setting, instead of getting little bit and little bit by each novella.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pam Thomas

    Living a half life between human and half not can be a traumatic journey at most times especially when its a secret in your life and your acting normally at work and in society. Her intuition keeps kicking off, at the same time she experiences heightened awareness and abilities beyond human perception, together with a weakness and the need for more fresh blood grows stronger every day. I just loved this story as its about a girl who is in hiding from those who would destroy her so she puts herse Living a half life between human and half not can be a traumatic journey at most times especially when its a secret in your life and your acting normally at work and in society. Her intuition keeps kicking off, at the same time she experiences heightened awareness and abilities beyond human perception, together with a weakness and the need for more fresh blood grows stronger every day. I just loved this story as its about a girl who is in hiding from those who would destroy her so she puts herself into human society whilst at the same time has a secret which must never be told.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    much anticipated new installment of this series!! so difficult reading just one episode and wanting to know more!! I love Kat and really want to see her come into her own in this new situation. the introduction of Ben and Yara is nice I really like these characters and its refreshing reading from another POV in this world.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Briana Polden

    I read this as a part of the omnibus book. I am so glad I did I would of hated to sit there and wait for the next one. I hardly wanted to put it down.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Brown

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jess

  19. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

  20. 4 out of 5

    Frankie

  21. 5 out of 5

    Dana

  22. 4 out of 5

    Amber Hopes

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jeanine Holtmann

  24. 5 out of 5

    Klare

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lena

  26. 4 out of 5

    Suzan

  27. 4 out of 5

    Latyvia Forney

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sal

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nic

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tam

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