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This is the truth of you. Because you are all I see. Because you are all I breathe. Because when I cannot find you, I am lost. Because when I’m with you, I am found. Because you have the fire of the universe in you, and sometimes you forget. So this book is here to remind you. Dear You,   I want you to know that I see you.     I want you to know that even if no one else does, even if This is the truth of you. Because you are all I see. Because you are all I breathe. Because when I cannot find you, I am lost. Because when I’m with you, I am found. Because you have the fire of the universe in you, and sometimes you forget. So this book is here to remind you. Dear You,   I want you to know that I see you.     I want you to know that even if no one else does, even if you are a ghost in this bookshop, or just the static floating across the screen of your computer, wherever you’re reading this, I see you.   I see you in the dark and I see you in the grey. I see you as a story, as words I have spoken or may yet speak. Maybe only in a memory or a dream.   I see your hands and your arms and your body and your legs and your face and I see what you have been and what you will be. I see you and in looking at you, I want you to know that whoever you’ve had to be to survive all this, I will not look away.   I want you to know that there’s a space inside this book for you.   So if you have the time and the inclination, you can sit here with me, just for a while.   And perhaps between us, we can see everything that matters.   -pleasefindthis


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This is the truth of you. Because you are all I see. Because you are all I breathe. Because when I cannot find you, I am lost. Because when I’m with you, I am found. Because you have the fire of the universe in you, and sometimes you forget. So this book is here to remind you. Dear You,   I want you to know that I see you.     I want you to know that even if no one else does, even if This is the truth of you. Because you are all I see. Because you are all I breathe. Because when I cannot find you, I am lost. Because when I’m with you, I am found. Because you have the fire of the universe in you, and sometimes you forget. So this book is here to remind you. Dear You,   I want you to know that I see you.     I want you to know that even if no one else does, even if you are a ghost in this bookshop, or just the static floating across the screen of your computer, wherever you’re reading this, I see you.   I see you in the dark and I see you in the grey. I see you as a story, as words I have spoken or may yet speak. Maybe only in a memory or a dream.   I see your hands and your arms and your body and your legs and your face and I see what you have been and what you will be. I see you and in looking at you, I want you to know that whoever you’ve had to be to survive all this, I will not look away.   I want you to know that there’s a space inside this book for you.   So if you have the time and the inclination, you can sit here with me, just for a while.   And perhaps between us, we can see everything that matters.   -pleasefindthis

30 review for The Truth of You: Poetry About Love, Life, Joy, and Sadness

  1. 4 out of 5

    Yesenia (bookbrunette)

    I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! "The Truth of You" is a beautiful poetry collection whose words express the love and sadness we all experience at some point in our lives. It would be hard to read through this selection and not feel some kind of connection to the words on the page. I'm sure most readers will be able to relate to many of the poems in this book. Thomas does an excellent job writing about happiness, loneliness, grief, and lov I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! "The Truth of You" is a beautiful poetry collection whose words express the love and sadness we all experience at some point in our lives. It would be hard to read through this selection and not feel some kind of connection to the words on the page. I'm sure most readers will be able to relate to many of the poems in this book. Thomas does an excellent job writing about happiness, loneliness, grief, and love. Though not all of the works are attention grabbers, the book certainly does its job of making the reader reflect on themselves and their own feelings.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    I received an advance reader copy of this book to listen to in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers. ****AUDIO BOOK VERSION**** The Truth of you, written and narrated by Iain S. Thomas is a captivating and relatable book of poetry all relating to everyday life and relate to love, joy, sadness, happiness, children, family and life in general. Each of these poems are beautifully told and Iains voice is relaxing and entrancing. I couldn't pull myself away from listening to t I received an advance reader copy of this book to listen to in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers. ****AUDIO BOOK VERSION**** The Truth of you, written and narrated by Iain S. Thomas is a captivating and relatable book of poetry all relating to everyday life and relate to love, joy, sadness, happiness, children, family and life in general. Each of these poems are beautifully told and Iains voice is relaxing and entrancing. I couldn't pull myself away from listening to these poems. A few of the poems brought tears to my eyes they were so beautiful and told in a new, fresh perspective. This is a book I would love to own a copy of so I can revisit it time and time again as it is certainly one I deeply felt and connected with. Thank you for such a beautiful work of poetry.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Vero Exposito

    3.25 Stars This was not bad but I didn’t exactly love it. It was an okay book, therefore 3 stars but I gave it the .25 because of the final poem. Okay I know I’m a sap let me be. Now, the poems in this book some were good and maybe one or two even made me emotional but most kinda felt short for me. I couldn’t connect with them and I just felt they were a little bit tumblr, don’t get me wrong I like my tumblr poems, but I wasn’t looking for that in this book. Overall this wasn’t bad, but it wasn’ 3.25 Stars This was not bad but I didn’t exactly love it. It was an okay book, therefore 3 stars but I gave it the .25 because of the final poem. Okay I know I’m a sap let me be. Now, the poems in this book some were good and maybe one or two even made me emotional but most kinda felt short for me. I couldn’t connect with them and I just felt they were a little bit tumblr, don’t get me wrong I like my tumblr poems, but I wasn’t looking for that in this book. Overall this wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t extraordinary and it wasn’t the emotional level I was looking for myself in this read. If you want read it, maybe you’ll like it more than me. Btw I haven’t studied anything in regards of idk literature, English or like poetry this is just my personal, humble, respectful opinion. Who knows maybe this is like super duper amazing and I didn’t get some of the poems cause of my small brain 🤷‍♀️.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    Modern, non-rhyming poetry is usually a hit or miss for me; when it’s done well, it really connects with me, but when it’s not it usually ends up being fairly anticlimactic. Luckily, the former is the case with The Truth of You. Despite many of the poems exploring fairly straightforward subject matter, this poetry collection does an excellent job of bringing a fresh perspective to the common themes of sadness, love, joy and navigating life. It perfectly straddles the line between crafting poems t Modern, non-rhyming poetry is usually a hit or miss for me; when it’s done well, it really connects with me, but when it’s not it usually ends up being fairly anticlimactic. Luckily, the former is the case with The Truth of You. Despite many of the poems exploring fairly straightforward subject matter, this poetry collection does an excellent job of bringing a fresh perspective to the common themes of sadness, love, joy and navigating life. It perfectly straddles the line between crafting poems that are relatable and easy to connect with, and incorporating a deeper perspective or new exploration of the topic at hand to keep things interesting and avoid compiling a surface-level, generic collection. One element I most appreciated about this collection was that none of the poems felt like throwaways. Though not even poem was a favorite or particularly resonated with me, they all felt well-crafted and thoughtful, rather than added in to reach a page goal, which I’ve unfortunately encountered with some other poetry collections. Overall, I’m excited to give more of Iain S. Thomas’s poetry collections a try. Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Julia Sapphire

    (TW: Anxiety, Grief, Death, Depression) 3.5*

  6. 5 out of 5

    Carolt_reads

    “Sometimes people lie to you, because they just want to break something good to see what it looks like when it shatters.” I received an ARC for this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! Thank you! I decided to pick this book up because Iain S Thomas “every word you cannot say“ was one of my favorite reads of 2020! However this book did not make me feel all of those wonderful emotions I felt reading his other book! It was still powerful but I felt it to be a bit repetitive at times “Sometimes people lie to you, because they just want to break something good to see what it looks like when it shatters.” I received an ARC for this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! Thank you! I decided to pick this book up because Iain S Thomas “every word you cannot say“ was one of my favorite reads of 2020! However this book did not make me feel all of those wonderful emotions I felt reading his other book! It was still powerful but I felt it to be a bit repetitive at times!! I would still recommend it as I think everyone can find a poem to relate to in this collection! Overall I’m giving this book 4/5 stars!!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nima Morgan

    Lain S. Thomas does not disappoint as he soothes one's soul with his poetry and his voice, now that is a great combination. Mr. Thomas's poetry has a place for everyone and anyone who can find solace and comfort in his words. Definitely worth listening to again and again. Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Audio and Publishing for giving me this opportunity to listen and review this book. #NetGalley, #AndrewsMcMeelAudio. #AndrewsMcMeelPublishing Lain S. Thomas does not disappoint as he soothes one's soul with his poetry and his voice, now that is a great combination. Mr. Thomas's poetry has a place for everyone and anyone who can find solace and comfort in his words. Definitely worth listening to again and again. Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Audio and Publishing for giving me this opportunity to listen and review this book. #NetGalley, #AndrewsMcMeelAudio. #AndrewsMcMeelPublishing

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey Domokur

    I love poetry and have been reading more and more of it lately. These poems were so relatable to so many points in my life that I felt myself really letting them sink in deep and reflecting on the words that were said. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who likes to feel. The narration was good, but the background music was a little distracting at times.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Hasmeen/Jasmine-Grace

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an eCopy in exchange for an honest review. Another excellent collection from one of my favourite poets. True to his poetic style, these new poems are honest, vulnerable, and comforting all at the same time. Thomas has a way with words that makes me, as a reader, feel seen and heard. I appreciated the beauty of all the poems, but the ones I connected with the most are those contained in "II: In which we are sad" and "V: In which we ho Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an eCopy in exchange for an honest review. Another excellent collection from one of my favourite poets. True to his poetic style, these new poems are honest, vulnerable, and comforting all at the same time. Thomas has a way with words that makes me, as a reader, feel seen and heard. I appreciated the beauty of all the poems, but the ones I connected with the most are those contained in "II: In which we are sad" and "V: In which we hope". Thomas' poems have been my go-to during difficult parts of my life and I am happy to add this new volume to my collection.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    Its been a while since I came across a collection of poetry that could and boggle me at the same time. "The truth of you" is a simple yet one of the best compilation of pure emotional poetry with dashes of the conflicts of the lives well lived. Spans across various themes, the poet incredibly lets his imagination create magic and pours it out in form of intelligent synchronisation of words. The poems that were themed around family were my favorite because they had this unfathomable charm of swee Its been a while since I came across a collection of poetry that could and boggle me at the same time. "The truth of you" is a simple yet one of the best compilation of pure emotional poetry with dashes of the conflicts of the lives well lived. Spans across various themes, the poet incredibly lets his imagination create magic and pours it out in form of intelligent synchronisation of words. The poems that were themed around family were my favorite because they had this unfathomable charm of sweetness, united feeling of love and affection that touched my heart. Another aspect that I absolutely loved was all poems were written without any vulgarity. At times I have read poems where the poet tries to supposedly engage and awaken the dominant feelings of a reader by masking them in form of vulgar language and if not by being down right offensive. And not everyone is going to be comfortable going across all of that and I know that's why there are trigger warnings and all but sometimes it get missed by. However, this book doesn't contain any of that ultimately enhancing it to a graceful and overall a delightful read. I'd definitely recommend it to all the poetry readers. Happy Reading!

  11. 5 out of 5

    ᴳᵃᵇʳⁱᵉˡᵃ

    This collection of poems was so beautiful! The writing amazed me and I felt connected to so many pieces. A brilliant author, I'll definitely have in mind when I'm searching for poetry. This collection of poems was so beautiful! The writing amazed me and I felt connected to so many pieces. A brilliant author, I'll definitely have in mind when I'm searching for poetry.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mabel

    At was amazing... I smiled and cried, I thought of things from yrs ago and remembered I am enough.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    ★★★★★ This is my first five star poetry book that I hit all of the marks for me. A beckoning collection that truly speaks through the courage, strength and love that goes into being the best version of yourself. I found it equal parts lyrical, and forthcoming, which made for an eclectic experience. As I've said before, poetry is completely subjective. But for me, almost every one of these poems spoke to me in profound ways. Maybe I just needed it during this season of my life, and picked it up at t ★★★★★ This is my first five star poetry book that I hit all of the marks for me. A beckoning collection that truly speaks through the courage, strength and love that goes into being the best version of yourself. I found it equal parts lyrical, and forthcoming, which made for an eclectic experience. As I've said before, poetry is completely subjective. But for me, almost every one of these poems spoke to me in profound ways. Maybe I just needed it during this season of my life, and picked it up at the right time but I am holding onto a lot of these words, and will come back to them time and time again when I am need of hearing them.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    I LOVE this book!!! The poems are beautiful and will be read over and over. I will be getting copies for the women in my family! Thank you Andrews McNeel Publishing for approving my request to read and review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sanaa Hyder

    3.5 stars This poetry collection is divided into sections. Each builds onto the next. It feels like the story of a person — young and still relatively new to the dangers of the world — falling blindly in love, to the extent that all they see is the person they're in love with. And then inevitably, they're left alone, heartbroken, drowning in their pain and diminishing self worth. They fall in love again and it's all wrong again. I could taste the bitterness in these poems, especially when they at 3.5 stars This poetry collection is divided into sections. Each builds onto the next. It feels like the story of a person — young and still relatively new to the dangers of the world — falling blindly in love, to the extent that all they see is the person they're in love with. And then inevitably, they're left alone, heartbroken, drowning in their pain and diminishing self worth. They fall in love again and it's all wrong again. I could taste the bitterness in these poems, especially when they attributed blame to God. But thankfully, there's more. Because if it's wasn't, then this book would not be as important as it promises to be at the start. The second half of the book shines more brightly than the first. The section titled 'In which we hope' was definitely my favourite. A lot of these poems read like affirmations. Some of them are prose poems. What drew me into reading this book, however, was Thomas' opening letter(s) to the reader: Dear you, I want you to know that I see you. Something got stuck in my throat as I read Thomas' letters — in the description (cover) of the book, at the start and at the end. He signs two of them "—pleasefindthis". I love the urgency in that phrase. It shows the writer really cares about the reader; even if the reader does not care about the poems just yet. I read this book over the course of many weeks and took my time thinking about some of the poems. My favourites included: 'An Infinite Line': which in five short lines describes every poet in love 'A Key Lost in a Field': which encourages one to allow sincere love in 'A State of Being': all of the lovely imagery — a bird, a secret memory in someone's head, rising strings in a song, coffee at your favorite café, light shining through the leaves... 'A Lion Going to Sleep': a gesture of affirmation (of love) 'A Cloud of Dust': how time apart from loved one(s) does not mean they are not thinking of the other 'A Swimming Pool': another sappy love poem 'A Thing You Cannot Point At': encouragement to not be part of the generational trauma that taught children how to love dysfunctionally 'A Voice from Your Past': how parental criticism can become the (dominant) voice in your head 'A Long Shadow': demands that you can be a role model for others too 'A Silver Door': urging writers to write because what they write does indeed matter Finally, bold (e.g. dark snowy mountain peaks) and delicate (e.g. a dandelion struck by wind) illustrations intersperse the poems, adding to the loveliness of some of these gems. Thomas calls this collection 'this shared land', inviting readers to visit the book again and again...when required, as needed. Would recommend this book if you're looking for an easy-to-grasp free verse poetry collection, which leaves you feeling seen.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Callum McLaughlin

    This is a case of a poetic style that just isn’t for me, sadly. Without wanting to sound dismissive of the writer’s work, it’s what I would describe as very surface level, with most of the pieces barely a few lines long. In this respect, most feel like the rough outline of an idea, rather than a fleshed-out poem. There’s no depth to mine in terms of word choice, rhythm, imagery, structure, and so on. Instead, everything is presented in a straight-forward, matter-of-fact way that makes the collect This is a case of a poetic style that just isn’t for me, sadly. Without wanting to sound dismissive of the writer’s work, it’s what I would describe as very surface level, with most of the pieces barely a few lines long. In this respect, most feel like the rough outline of an idea, rather than a fleshed-out poem. There’s no depth to mine in terms of word choice, rhythm, imagery, structure, and so on. Instead, everything is presented in a straight-forward, matter-of-fact way that makes the collection read more like a thought journal. There’s nothing wrong with this, of course, and I don’t doubt those who enjoy sentimental writing presented in an earnest way will find more to connect with. It’s certainly contemporary and accessible, good perhaps for those who otherwise feel intimidated by the form. But for me, it aimed so stringently for universal relatability that it failed to bring anything new or interesting to the table on a thematic or linguistic level. Thank you to the publisher for a free advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Marissa Mariano

    I listened to this on audio and omg I LOVED IT! The narrator was soothing and I related to every single poem... it truly made me think about my life and my circumstances and I honestly can’t say enough good things! I highly recommend you picking this book up either physical or audio because I think everyone needs to hear this!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Marian

    I got this on a whim at target while my ice cream was melting in my basket and one of the poems made me cry in between the rest of the books so I had to pay for that experience of catharsis and the rest of the collection was just as lovely and I'm grateful for it. I got this on a whim at target while my ice cream was melting in my basket and one of the poems made me cry in between the rest of the books so I had to pay for that experience of catharsis and the rest of the collection was just as lovely and I'm grateful for it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    acadia

    really really good!! absolutely loved it ... felt all the emotions throughout, completely understood me even when i didn't exactly understand myself. ❤️ really really good!! absolutely loved it ... felt all the emotions throughout, completely understood me even when i didn't exactly understand myself. ❤️

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lola

    As someone who has consumed a lot of Iain S. Thomas' poetry, I can very confidently say I am over his entire schtick. When you start reading his work (especially if you're a poetry novice), it feels super deep and personal and written just for you. But then you read more of it, and you realize that the way it's written actually isn't personal at all but instead lacks any real depth or perspective. Still, I decided to dip back into Thomas' world because I was curious to see if anything had chan As someone who has consumed a lot of Iain S. Thomas' poetry, I can very confidently say I am over his entire schtick. When you start reading his work (especially if you're a poetry novice), it feels super deep and personal and written just for you. But then you read more of it, and you realize that the way it's written actually isn't personal at all but instead lacks any real depth or perspective. Still, I decided to dip back into Thomas' world because I was curious to see if anything had changed. Mostly, it hadn't, but I did appreciate how Thomas seemed to be writing somewhat to the moment. He writes about loneliness, grief, and the times we're living in with empathy and compassion. I really enjoyed those poems. The rest I could give or take. If you already like his work, this is more of the same from Thomas. If not, I do not recommend starting here.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Baumgartner

    One of the best poetry books written

  22. 5 out of 5

    Braden Eugene

    Thank you, NetGalley for this ARC of this poetry collection! This author seems to just not know how to stick to one emotion or one subject. They give a sad poem then an inspirational one to try to make you feel hope. Sad then Hope Sad then Hope Sad then Hope Sad then Hope over and over again, it's like "OKAY, WE GET IT" THEN they try to make it seem like you have no control over your future and no choice on how you succeed. THE ONLY GOOD THING ABOUT THIS BOOK WAS THE WRITING STYLE. Iain has such a Thank you, NetGalley for this ARC of this poetry collection! This author seems to just not know how to stick to one emotion or one subject. They give a sad poem then an inspirational one to try to make you feel hope. Sad then Hope Sad then Hope Sad then Hope Sad then Hope over and over again, it's like "OKAY, WE GET IT" THEN they try to make it seem like you have no control over your future and no choice on how you succeed. THE ONLY GOOD THING ABOUT THIS BOOK WAS THE WRITING STYLE. Iain has such a beautiful writing style so it's very unfortunate that his poems are so bad.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kajah Judkins

    i really like this poetry collection, part v was definitely my favorite. it just made me feel something you know?? it made me feel powerful. it inspired me in my poetry journey. i really loved this ☹️💛

  24. 4 out of 5

    Julie Paden

    I typically struggle to connect with poetry, so it feels like a big win for me that I really enjoyed a lot of these!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Dang

    A gorgeous collection of poems and drawings. I absolutely loved reading every poem and would highly recommend it! The drawings add a nice touch to the book and honestly, it’s a great read. *Thanks Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for letting me read this arc in exchange for an honest review*

  26. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    These poems were beautiful. So many resonated with me. Some made me so emotional. They were wonderfully written. The illustrations were beautiful too.⁣ ⁣ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  27. 4 out of 5

    Erica

    Every time he writes a book of poetry, I buy it and I read it in one sitting. This one was as excellent as all that have come before it and I can’t wait to read what he writes next.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Steph Beaudoin

    Iain S. Thomas writes books just for me. I'm so happy I found them. If you find them, he will write them just for you too. Iain S. Thomas writes books just for me. I'm so happy I found them. If you find them, he will write them just for you too.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Brooke

    First of all, I want to say a thank you to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. • I’m not exactly versed in poetry so I can’t be as expansive as I’d like to be in terms of the type of poetry in this book or anything like that. I just thought this was a beautiful piece of prose. It’s so raw, moving and so relatable to anyone whose in love/ has been, it really expresses just how consumed you can become by it, to an extent where it makes you feel like you’re floating First of all, I want to say a thank you to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. • I’m not exactly versed in poetry so I can’t be as expansive as I’d like to be in terms of the type of poetry in this book or anything like that. I just thought this was a beautiful piece of prose. It’s so raw, moving and so relatable to anyone whose in love/ has been, it really expresses just how consumed you can become by it, to an extent where it makes you feel like you’re floating outside of your body but, at the same time, it’s excruciatingly painful. These poems reflect heartache, the devilish imposter syndrome that often takes us prisoner, the suffocation of mental illnesses and loneliness, coming to terms with your past, forgiveness as acceptance. • The poems included in this book are so personal, intricate and delicately written. They hit you deep and resonate with you long after you’ve finished. As well as devastating I also found them to be empowering, the way Iain Thomas makes you feel so seen and heard in ways only beautifully written poems can. Apart from the poems themselves, which I can’t hype up enough, the illustrations throughout are utterly breathtaking. They are almost as powerful at invoking emotion as the poems themselves . Overall, I couldn’t be more in love with this gem of a book, and I really can’t wait to get my hands on a physical copy upon its release. I would recommend this to anyone who loves poetry, particularly anyone who’s struggling with loneliness or feels alone in their grief, heartbreak, or any other traumatic event causing them emotional pain. I hope this will soothe you and your mind the way it did for me ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  30. 5 out of 5

    E.M.

    This is a collection of beautiful uplifting poems about life, love, loss, and self-reflection. I was so captivated by Thomas' writing that I finished the book in one sitting. With his poems, Thomas was able to create a gentle calming mood for the reader. The poems were never hateful or criticizing. Thomas acknowledged and validated the turmoil of emotions that consume after a painful experience. ​ However, the poems encourage optimism and hope for a brighter future. That the reader deserves bette This is a collection of beautiful uplifting poems about life, love, loss, and self-reflection. I was so captivated by Thomas' writing that I finished the book in one sitting. With his poems, Thomas was able to create a gentle calming mood for the reader. The poems were never hateful or criticizing. Thomas acknowledged and validated the turmoil of emotions that consume after a painful experience. ​ However, the poems encourage optimism and hope for a brighter future. That the reader deserves better. And that we must fight and work to reach that better. The book is divided into 5 parts with each focusing on a different theme. All which are equally good and wonderfully written. Scattered throughout are short poetic letters to the reader and humble, but lovely illustrations. All which I felt added a personal touch and deepened one's connection to the poems. There were several favorites of mine. "An Empty Parking Lot", "A Face in the Crowd", "A Thing You Cannot Point At", "A Handprint on a Window", and "A Way to Touch the Future" which made me tear up. I highly recommend The Truth of You for those that enjoy poetry and for those that would appreciate a bit more light. Note: I received this advance copy from NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing in exchange for an honest review. (Original review can be found at https://bookish-ramblings.weebly.com/...)

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