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Jacqueline Keys was ostracized from her small hometown of Pine Springs, Texas when she was seventeen, sent away because she was gay. Her family was the largest employer in the county, owning Pine Springs Lumber, and her father was mayor of this small town. Her mother could not accept the fact that her only child was gay, could not tolerate the gossip about her family. So, Jacqueline Keys was ostracized from her small hometown of Pine Springs, Texas when she was seventeen, sent away because she was gay. Her family was the largest employer in the county, owning Pine Springs Lumber, and her father was mayor of this small town. Her mother could not accept the fact that her only child was gay, could not tolerate the gossip about her family. So, with a hundred dollars in her pocket and a one-way bus ticket out of town, Jacqueline was told not to come back until she had come to her senses. And that included being prepared to marry the son of a business associate of the family. Fifteen years later—long after she’d hitch-hiked to Los Angeles, long after she’d worked nights to put herself through college, and long after she’d written her first best seller, No Place For Family—Jacqueline is persuaded to go back to the tiny town of Pine Springs after her father’s death. The quick trip she’d envisioned for the funeral turns into weeks as she learns her father’s business is suddenly hers to manage. And she is also again face-to-face with the woman who, as a teen, had been Jackie’s first crush. She and Kay had been inseparable as kids, and later as teens. They find themselves falling back into their old habits, and Jackie is soon fighting the same feelings she’d had when she was seventeen. But living behind the pine curtain, Kay is afraid of her love for Jackie, afraid of what her family will say, afraid of how the town will react. Jackie refuses to hide, refuses to crawl back into the closet, so once again, she leaves Pine Springs . . . alone.

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Jacqueline Keys was ostracized from her small hometown of Pine Springs, Texas when she was seventeen, sent away because she was gay. Her family was the largest employer in the county, owning Pine Springs Lumber, and her father was mayor of this small town. Her mother could not accept the fact that her only child was gay, could not tolerate the gossip about her family. So, Jacqueline Keys was ostracized from her small hometown of Pine Springs, Texas when she was seventeen, sent away because she was gay. Her family was the largest employer in the county, owning Pine Springs Lumber, and her father was mayor of this small town. Her mother could not accept the fact that her only child was gay, could not tolerate the gossip about her family. So, with a hundred dollars in her pocket and a one-way bus ticket out of town, Jacqueline was told not to come back until she had come to her senses. And that included being prepared to marry the son of a business associate of the family. Fifteen years later—long after she’d hitch-hiked to Los Angeles, long after she’d worked nights to put herself through college, and long after she’d written her first best seller, No Place For Family—Jacqueline is persuaded to go back to the tiny town of Pine Springs after her father’s death. The quick trip she’d envisioned for the funeral turns into weeks as she learns her father’s business is suddenly hers to manage. And she is also again face-to-face with the woman who, as a teen, had been Jackie’s first crush. She and Kay had been inseparable as kids, and later as teens. They find themselves falling back into their old habits, and Jackie is soon fighting the same feelings she’d had when she was seventeen. But living behind the pine curtain, Kay is afraid of her love for Jackie, afraid of what her family will say, afraid of how the town will react. Jackie refuses to hide, refuses to crawl back into the closet, so once again, she leaves Pine Springs . . . alone.

30 review for Behind the Pine Curtain

  1. 4 out of 5

    Arien

    3.5 stars. Pros ■ Well written ■ Great leads ■ Great supporting cast ■ Good plot Cons ■ Not enough focus on their relationship for a romance book ■ Anticlimatic rushed ending ■ A bit repetitive Overall a pleasant read with some great characters in this book. I just wish the book focused more on the romance itself rather than dealing with the old boys club and family drama. The book also gets a bit repetitive with all the musing about how to deal with this or that. And the ending was rushed. It ends with t 3.5 stars. Pros ■ Well written ■ Great leads ■ Great supporting cast ■ Good plot Cons ■ Not enough focus on their relationship for a romance book ■ Anticlimatic rushed ending ■ A bit repetitive Overall a pleasant read with some great characters in this book. I just wish the book focused more on the romance itself rather than dealing with the old boys club and family drama. The book also gets a bit repetitive with all the musing about how to deal with this or that. And the ending was rushed. It ends with them getting together without any further clarification on many of the issues the book touched upon. A proper epilogue would have gone a long way on rectifying this. But otherwise a really nice book, I enjoyed the hours I spent with Jackie.

  2. 4 out of 5

    ~ * K E L L I E * ~

    Just as good the second time around! A nice, easy read to spend a few hours with Jackie and Kay.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bree Paige

    I love the story... Especially the two main characters and of course Rose.. The chemistry was really good but the ending was kind of flat to me.. Maybe I was just expecting of Big ending..m

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jade

    I still love this book but I just now realised how rushed the ending is. *3.8 stars*

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ezra

    I really wish there would have been an epilogue, but that is my only real gripe. I loved the story

  6. 5 out of 5

    Betty BoomBa

    A nice light read, a couple of hours wiled away most pleasantly. I like the characters. I liked the plot. This will go on my "go to a happy place" book list for rereads.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cathy

    Although I only gave the book itself a 3 out of 5, Gerri Hill is one of my favorite authors. I love her writing. It's just that she commits the same sins as her counterparts in lesfic: too thin, too predictable. Still, I recommend her books because compared to what else is out there, it's much better. I'm dying for her to let her creativity free and write what comes out of her, not within the constraints of the lesfic mold. Don't know if it's the publishers or what that turns her books into the Although I only gave the book itself a 3 out of 5, Gerri Hill is one of my favorite authors. I love her writing. It's just that she commits the same sins as her counterparts in lesfic: too thin, too predictable. Still, I recommend her books because compared to what else is out there, it's much better. I'm dying for her to let her creativity free and write what comes out of her, not within the constraints of the lesfic mold. Don't know if it's the publishers or what that turns her books into the same predictable, thin fare, but I know there's a brilliant writer there. I just wish I didn't keep having the feeling that the soul was stripped out of the book in order to fit what they've decided is what sells. Believe me, more and more of us are getting sick of lesbian fiction being stripped down to the bone and so predictable that it seems to be the same story with just a different name. Gerri Hill's books are more distinct and her writing is fantastic overall, but unfortunately, I get the feeling that what originally went in to the machine is top quality sirloin, but what came out is a regular hot dog.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Not bad for an easy light read, but the story felt like it was written by a teenager who doesn't know much about life, love or relationships. The dialogue was clunky and repetitive, interactions between characters came across as awkward, and the back-story took up too much of the "front-story". The one redeeming factor, and the thing that will have me read more of Gerri Hill's books, is that she manages to write lesbian fiction without her characters f*king like rabbits every second page. It was Not bad for an easy light read, but the story felt like it was written by a teenager who doesn't know much about life, love or relationships. The dialogue was clunky and repetitive, interactions between characters came across as awkward, and the back-story took up too much of the "front-story". The one redeeming factor, and the thing that will have me read more of Gerri Hill's books, is that she manages to write lesbian fiction without her characters f*king like rabbits every second page. It was refreshing to read a story that had lesbian characters without it being pure smut.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    In general I think this is a really romantic and lovely book, however for some reason I feel the end was kind of sudden, I mean the main characters had too little time to enjoy their relationship, let alone the fact that many things (Kay's business, Will they live together and where?) are left unconcluded, so, I assume it's up to our imaginations. Also, I should add that sometimes the romance between the main characters loses prominence, since it focus too much on business- which kind of bothere In general I think this is a really romantic and lovely book, however for some reason I feel the end was kind of sudden, I mean the main characters had too little time to enjoy their relationship, let alone the fact that many things (Kay's business, Will they live together and where?) are left unconcluded, so, I assume it's up to our imaginations. Also, I should add that sometimes the romance between the main characters loses prominence, since it focus too much on business- which kind of bothered me a bit, but other than that, it was an enjoyable reading.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Cheri

    **Rereading now. I'm in a mood...** Done with the reread and I still love this book. There were a bunch of typos but I mostly didn't care because I like Jackie and Kay loads. Loads, I say! Another enjoyable tale from Gerri Hill. My review is located on www.lezficrev.blogspot.com.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Wolgan

    Second time reading it, and I cried just as much as I did the first time. It's just got everything that I love. Friends to lovers, a satisfying over arching plot, tugging on all the emotional heartstrings, just so good. I only wish there were an epilogue, just a little peak into their future.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Whoopy

    Loved it. A tension is built and unfortunately released a bit too far towards the end in my opinion. I would not have minded for some extra chapters !

  13. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    One of my top favourite Gerri Hill books.

  14. 5 out of 5

    iva

    This book was ten years old when I started it and the age is apparent. It’s also one of the first books Hill have published, which is apparent too. Her style is not yet smoothed out, for example the POV can change from paragraph to paragraph (which can be very confusing - in her other books I’ve read so far the POV is constant for the chapter), there are unexpected time jumps and sometimes, some minor information is missing. Still, I think it’s a proper reflection on society’s view on LGBT ten y This book was ten years old when I started it and the age is apparent. It’s also one of the first books Hill have published, which is apparent too. Her style is not yet smoothed out, for example the POV can change from paragraph to paragraph (which can be very confusing - in her other books I’ve read so far the POV is constant for the chapter), there are unexpected time jumps and sometimes, some minor information is missing. Still, I think it’s a proper reflection on society’s view on LGBT ten years ago. The dynamics of the story are similar to At Seventeen - a rich girl and a poor one fall in love in early age, the rich mother is very against it. But where Madison from At Seventeen was meek and unable to stand up to her mother, Jackie is a rebel who refused to pretend she is something she’s not. Andy she paid for it. Kay’s marriage was awful, but I think Hill might have overdone it a little. I’m really not a fan of domestic violence/sexual assault used as a dramatic backstory. Still, these things don’t discriminate and happen to people without any reason. Last six months, I’ve been reading LGBT romance a lot and more than few of those books deal with homophobia. But it was almost always the awful “you’re no longer my family” or “gay people are degenerates” kind of homophobia. Jackie’s mother fits into this category, but here it is also in the softer version in one of Kay’s relatives and it’s as heartbreaking as you can imagine. At least, this character is able to get over their prejudices for the sake of Kay, which is really beautiful. I mean, people have all kinds of prejudices and that doesn’t make them inherently bad. It’s their willingness to value real people and relationships more than their ideas that counts. I can’t say the same about Jackie’s father, though. It was really nice of him to take care of Jackie’s future and everything, but still. He could have done so much more for her and life is not just about the money. But well, imperfect people exist, so it’s only natural imperfect characters exist too. I was looking forward to some confrontation between Jackie and Madeline, but it never came. Shame. On the other hand, seeing this is one of Hill’s first books, maybe I would be disappointed. There was crowning moment of awesome for Jackie when she met with the managers of Keys Industries, so at least some confrontation took place. I don’t think I really liked any of the supporting characters (except Greg, Greg is a sweetheart), but I did love both MC’s. And yet again, it was easy to read at least Kay as demisexual. Hill obviously loves the One True Love trope. There are just two sex scenes and they’re both pretty tame, but they’re overflowing with emotions and passion. The ending is a bit hasty, but it was a happy ending, so there’s that. Overall, I liked this book a lot and I’m gonna read more from Hill, but I think I’ll stick mainly to more recent books.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Leila Anani

    In terms of tropes this lesbian romance ticks quite a few boxes - our heroine Jackie realises she's in love with her best friend Kay, comes out and gets run out of town by her awful parents. She returns 15 years later for her father's funeral and reunites with Kay realising that her desire might not have been as one sided as she thought. I love these kind of plots where the characters have been in love forever and just never realised it. The romance itself in this one is pretty good - you really In terms of tropes this lesbian romance ticks quite a few boxes - our heroine Jackie realises she's in love with her best friend Kay, comes out and gets run out of town by her awful parents. She returns 15 years later for her father's funeral and reunites with Kay realising that her desire might not have been as one sided as she thought. I love these kind of plots where the characters have been in love forever and just never realised it. The romance itself in this one is pretty good - you really feel a connection between Jackie and Kay. I also like Jackie's strength - in the scene where she takes over her father's lumber business she totally kicks ass. Sadly this one does lack an interesting plot other than the main romance - still I thoroughly enjoyed it - A nice light f/f romance.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lira

    The fact that I finished this book in a weekend speaks volumes. I loved it! Loved the story and the characters. I loved the anticipation of what was going to happen between Kay and Jackie. The little hints here and there was an open door to Kay in my opinion. I could just feel what they were feeling and my heart pounded right along with them. A few parts are cliché of course- but it's a romance novel... what do you expect?! The storyline was interesting to me and I didn't mind when it steered aw The fact that I finished this book in a weekend speaks volumes. I loved it! Loved the story and the characters. I loved the anticipation of what was going to happen between Kay and Jackie. The little hints here and there was an open door to Kay in my opinion. I could just feel what they were feeling and my heart pounded right along with them. A few parts are cliché of course- but it's a romance novel... what do you expect?! The storyline was interesting to me and I didn't mind when it steered away from the 2 main characters. I think the book could have used another few chapters at least and an epilogue. We need a follow up to this story! I recommend this book for a good light read. I will reread this again, I have no doubt.

  17. 5 out of 5

    IndigoIris

    I suppose there are times when a book is the perfect fit for your current mood. This book was totally that for me. It completely sucked me in. I really loved the simplicity of the story. It didn't try too hard to be anything more than a good ol' romance. The character were well developed and likable. Yes, predictable but sometimes that exactly what I want. It had moments of sweetness along with doses of reality. I am particularly fond of stories where a real friendship blossoms between character I suppose there are times when a book is the perfect fit for your current mood. This book was totally that for me. It completely sucked me in. I really loved the simplicity of the story. It didn't try too hard to be anything more than a good ol' romance. The character were well developed and likable. Yes, predictable but sometimes that exactly what I want. It had moments of sweetness along with doses of reality. I am particularly fond of stories where a real friendship blossoms between characters. Hill hit the mark with an enjoyable story.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia

    For most of it, I was going to rate it 2 stars. The characters are kind and caring. The plot is not overpowered by or only here in service to the romance. The slow realization from the LI that she's not that straight is fairly okay. But then the sex scene was meh, the obligatory problem keeping them apart overly dramatic, and the ending too abrupt with nothing resolved but that the LI has decided she can't live without the MC.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Elise

    I REALLY enjoyed this book all the way through - the characters were interesting and so was the town that Gerri created. Unfortunately the ending was extremely abrupt and left a lot to be desired. I don't need an author to wrap up every single plot point, but this one left a lot of very basic / core questions unanswered. Had this book had 2 - 3 more chapters to do that it would have been a 5 start review from me, but as is I can't recommend it as a top favorite.

  20. 5 out of 5

    A

    Jackie and Kay were high school BFFs, but as Jackie's feelings for Kay grew, so did the distance between them. Before anything could happen, Jackie - still a teenager - is kicked out of her home for being gay. Now 15 years later, Jackie returns to Pine Springs after the death of her father. Can she ever admit to Kay her feelings? And can Kay ever return that type of love?

  21. 4 out of 5

    C

    This is an understated, yet powerful, love story.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Marcel

    A absolutely rushed ending with no resolution whatsoever ruined a great book with interesting characters and drama.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    Amazing book! I really enjoyed the story between the two characters. I would have given it 5 stars if the ending had been more developed. The ending was sudden but other than that amazing book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Grazia

    Nice reading but the whole story of the business was a little childish, ex. the manager fired after a short look at his file and the time he spent connected with the company network. So fair but unfortunately so unreal!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Honing Words

    This was one of the very first lesfic books I ever read and I have dipped in and out of it many times over the years. Recently I read it in full again and realised there were many more details in it than I remembered. That’ll be because I was only revisiting the juicy bits each time! It’s not a particularly long book at 218 pages and was an excellent choice to start my journey in lesbian fiction. I fell in love with the characters very quickly and memorised some of their lines, which is always a This was one of the very first lesfic books I ever read and I have dipped in and out of it many times over the years. Recently I read it in full again and realised there were many more details in it than I remembered. That’ll be because I was only revisiting the juicy bits each time! It’s not a particularly long book at 218 pages and was an excellent choice to start my journey in lesbian fiction. I fell in love with the characters very quickly and memorised some of their lines, which is always a good sign for me. This is a classic friends to lovers story, and who doesn’t like a little romance now and then? Well, I did, for a long time, as I didn’t have many other books to move on to, and had no idea the size of the Lesfic library I would eventually have. The story revolves around two women (Jackie and Kay) who haven’t seen each other for fifteen years since Jackie’s mother put her on a bus and sent her away with just $100 in her pocket. The girls share an emotional reunion when Jackie drives into her home town after her father dies. His lawyer asks her to be available for the reading of the will and gives a little advice about the size of the lumber business she is about to inherit. She drops in with Kay’s mum and sister at their café and then visits Kay at her shop in the mall. Everyone is more than welcoming and she agrees to stay with Kay during her time in Pine Springs. In the next two weeks she finds out the true extent of her father’s business and what plans he always had for her in it. Plans which don’t include her mother who is lying injured in hospital. They also remember, through flashbacks, just how involved they were in each others’ lives when they were in high school. They were more than best friends and they both have regret that they weren't able to stay in touch after Jackie left. There is a vulnerability about the two main characters. Both have had their difficulties during their time apart which started when Jackie was thrown out of her parents’ house for being gay and embarrassing her mother, and Kay, well, she could have been doing with her best friend all that time too. Both are now successful in their own rights. Jackie is an author with movie deals and Kay’s shop is doing very well. The only thing missing from their lives is each other. This book gave me hope when I needed it; hope that things can work out okay in the long run, even if it takes a while. It gave a naive me an insight into how good love can be between girls. It kinda gave me a lesfic compass and formed a template for how I judged lesbian romance from then on. I think Gerri may have been able to eke out the story a little more if she had written around the mother-daughter relationship further. There was a missed opportunity to put Jackie’s mother in her place especially about the business side of Jackie’s new life. Jackie has good instincts on how to take over the business and a boardroom showdown with her mother might have added a bit of spice. However, I was always happy with the way it ends even though it would have allowed for a pretty nifty sequel. Since reading this one, I have gone on to devour many more of Gerri’s books. This was one of her first books and it’s possible you might pick up on this but it has a special place in my heart and it is definitely going to live forever in my Fave’s Folder.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stef Rozitis

    To be honest, maybe 2 stars except I enjoy lesbian romances. I don't know how to give an in depth analysis without far too many spoilers (not that any of the twists in the story are unpredictable) but the gender stereotypes in the book were a little bit on the nose some of the time. Also the book had an almost unproblematic relationship with capitalism, surveillance culture and the ideas of being fair to labour and caring for the environment were both touched upon but so briefly as to almost mak To be honest, maybe 2 stars except I enjoy lesbian romances. I don't know how to give an in depth analysis without far too many spoilers (not that any of the twists in the story are unpredictable) but the gender stereotypes in the book were a little bit on the nose some of the time. Also the book had an almost unproblematic relationship with capitalism, surveillance culture and the ideas of being fair to labour and caring for the environment were both touched upon but so briefly as to almost make them irrelevant. I think in many corporation board-rooms those same questions get looked at and just as quickly dismissed as an optional extra. Then there was the sister sexually harassing one of the main characters by trying to force her into a relationship she many times plainly said she was uninterested in. At first that could have been an honest mistake by a well meaning, interfering sister but the more times she said "no", the less defensible the whole thing became. The actual relationship in the book was cutely romantic and cosy. No big surprises but it's not what you ask for from a romance novel I guess. There was some cliche- but it was sweet and that was really all I am after in this genre...only I still feel critical of how people portray gender and capitalism and look at things like performativity so it wasn't a perfect sweetness. Also when there are people who have "struggled" meaning go from dazzling success to dazzling success without any real failure I find it harder to relate to them when they are constantly having emotional issues about frankly a much easier life than most of us get. Yes, her mother was evil (her father interestingly is pretty much acquitted of anything) but since she clearly didn't love this 2 dimensional bitch (who is portrayed as having not a single scrap of humanity in her) in the slightest the pain of the rejection just isn't there. She was vulnerable and alone and helpless for all of 2 seconds then turned the whole thing into a plot of a best-selling book and movie. Gee I wish all my problems could be so easily turned into wealth and success. But cynicism aside, I mainly had fun reading.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lucy

    I really enjoyed this book. I went scouring through the internet for some lesbian fiction. I wanted something that could take me away from my world at the moment. I found this book and it was just the ticket. Set in a small town in Texas, the book is about the paths we take in life, and how many of them are actually the result of other peoples’ decisions and notions about us. This led the main character Jacqueline on a difficult path but one that in fact led her right back to where she started. I really enjoyed this book. I went scouring through the internet for some lesbian fiction. I wanted something that could take me away from my world at the moment. I found this book and it was just the ticket. Set in a small town in Texas, the book is about the paths we take in life, and how many of them are actually the result of other peoples’ decisions and notions about us. This led the main character Jacqueline on a difficult path but one that in fact led her right back to where she started. I really believed in the characters and better still wanted to hang out with them! The book is also about soul mates, is there one person out there for everyone. I remember a good friend once said to me many years ago “What's for you won't go past you!” Through all the hard times I hung onto that notion and low and behold she was right! I was sad to finish the book and lose that world. I intend to read a lot more of Ms Hill in the future.

  28. 4 out of 5

    ~Annaki~

    The setup could have made for a very good book, and if you are just looking for an easy, no brainer book that demands nothing of you except to just enjoy, then it is ok. But I was hoping for much more and found it dull and without edge. Cheesy really. An easy and quick read, but completely lacking in depth. No twists, turns or surprises. I very quickly became thoroughly irritated by the endless repetition of certain situations and phrases, such as "their blue eyes locked", "they locked eyes", "t The setup could have made for a very good book, and if you are just looking for an easy, no brainer book that demands nothing of you except to just enjoy, then it is ok. But I was hoping for much more and found it dull and without edge. Cheesy really. An easy and quick read, but completely lacking in depth. No twists, turns or surprises. I very quickly became thoroughly irritated by the endless repetition of certain situations and phrases, such as "their blue eyes locked", "they locked eyes", "their blue eyes met" and "their eyes locked blue on blue". I think the blue eyes and the blue eyes meeting and blue eyes locking must have been mentioned about 50 mill times. And fingers intertwining, that too. The ending seemed very rushed, compared to how long and repetetive the build up had been. It could have been really good... but it just wasn't.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Fin

    So I give this book 4 out of 5 stars because I really enjoyed it, but if I were being more objective, it probably only deserves 3 out of 5. The book IS thin and predictable. There are so many loose ends that aren't resolved and I don't understand why romance authors wait till the final pages to resolve the angst and bring the romantic leads together. This formula seems like such a cop-out to me when you have a story that could have turned into something so much more. I feel like this author has i So I give this book 4 out of 5 stars because I really enjoyed it, but if I were being more objective, it probably only deserves 3 out of 5. The book IS thin and predictable. There are so many loose ends that aren't resolved and I don't understand why romance authors wait till the final pages to resolve the angst and bring the romantic leads together. This formula seems like such a cop-out to me when you have a story that could have turned into something so much more. I feel like this author has it in her to write a strong book that doesn't follow the same old formula and this book had enough unresolved issues that a sequel could be written. It's probably too much to ask but you never know. Here's to wishful thinking.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Candice

    I recently re-read this book for maybe the fifth or sixth time. It's my favorite Hill book. Well it's hard to pick between this and "Love Waits," and I really wish it could be re-released and updated, like a video game. Maybe add a few more chapters in the middle, towards the end, and then an epilogue. How do I commission that? Is there fanfic for books? It's one of my top five lesfic of all time, and Kay is one of my favorite characters. The character development is good, there's really good di I recently re-read this book for maybe the fifth or sixth time. It's my favorite Hill book. Well it's hard to pick between this and "Love Waits," and I really wish it could be re-released and updated, like a video game. Maybe add a few more chapters in the middle, towards the end, and then an epilogue. How do I commission that? Is there fanfic for books? It's one of my top five lesfic of all time, and Kay is one of my favorite characters. The character development is good, there's really good dialog. The ending is abrupt, it's rather upsetting, the abruptness of it. But it's not too abrupt to make the book anything short of awesome.

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