Monday, October 31, 2016

Pocket Book Reviews {October 2016}

This was the month where I caught up on ARCs that I got from NetGalley and a publisher (thanks, Thomas Nelson!). Of the six books I read, four of them were advanced reading copies and it's always exciting to get a book before it's out in the world. It's like being surprised with a present when you're not expecting anything!

♥ (4 out of 5)

Written by A.G. Howard; In this modern day spin on Leroux’s gothic tale of unrequited love turned to madness, seventeen-year-old Rune Germain has a mysterious affliction linked to her operatic talent, and a horrifying mistake she’s trying to hide. Hoping creative direction will help her, Rune’s mother sends her to a French arts conservatory for her senior year, located in an opera house rumored to have ties to The Phantom of the Opera.

"Guard your throats and hide your eyes. He's not dead, you fools. Legends never die."
This is the Phantom of the Opera sequel you never knew you needed! And wow! This novel completely sucked me and didn't let me go. The writing in this book is vivid, imaginative, dark, and so descriptive I felt like I was there. I also really liked the fantasy element. I love how A.G Howard turned what originally felt like a Gothic ghost story into a Gothic-meets-modern fantasy. I wasn't expecting THAT PARTICULAR fantasy element (sorry, no spoilers!), but it totally and completely works for this dark, otherworldly story. Love it! 

I do, however, have a few issues: While the pacing felt fine while reading it, time and how it passed in this story felt so off. It starts off at the beginning of September and the climax is on Halloween, but it only feels like two or three weeks passed. It's like we follow Rune when she first arrives, a week during which she goes to the party, and then the few days leading up the Halloween. It felt a little rushed. 

Despite a few issues, this story is captivating, fun to read, and hard to put down. If you like Phantom of the Opera, then you should read it! [Read my full review here.]

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Snow White: A Graphic Novel*
♥ (4 out of 5)

Written by Matt Phelan; The scene: New York City, 1928. The dazzling lights cast shadows that grow ever darker as the glitzy prosperity of the Roaring Twenties screeches to a halt. Enter a cast of familiar characters: a young girl, Samantha White, returning after being sent away by her cruel stepmother, the Queen of the Follies, years earlier; her father, the King of Wall Street, who survives the stock market crash only to suffer a strange and sudden death.

A unique take on Snow White: this version of the fairytale takes place in the 1920s, Snow is a young woman named Samantha, her father is King of Wall Street, and the Evil Queen is a famous dancer/showgirl. What I found very interesting is the fact that this is less fairytale and more fantasy realism since it has are subtle elements of magic in our world. 

The art is simple and lovely and with a single brushstroke you know exactly what a character is feeling or thinking. I think the beauty of this story is in its simplicity; it's a well-known story, so it needs little introduction or dialogue for you to know what's happening. I love that the Evil Queen became a beauty- and financial-obsessed showgirl in this! It works so well for the time period! This graphic novel is super short though. It took me less than ten minutes to read. I do wish it was longer since it was such a joy to read. 

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 (3.5 out of 5)

Written by Sara Ella; With a hideous birthmark covering half her face, she just hopes to graduate high school unscathed. No one, aside from her mother, has ever treated her as normal until Joshua showed up. But one night her mother doesn’t come home, and that’s when everything gets weird. Eliyana soon finds herself in a world much larger and more complicated than she’s ever known. A world enslaved by a powerful and vile man. And Eliyana holds the answer to defeating him. How can an ordinary girl, a blemished girl, become a savior when she can’t even save herself?

Unblemished is a solid dark fantasy read that is like a mix of Alice in Wonderland (falling into a strange new world), A Darker Shade of Magic (the existence of many mirrored worlds), and the Grishaverse in Six of Crows (because many people have powers called Callings.) It sounds like an odd combination, but it works.

The Callings, the Reflections, and the Verity and the Void is what made Unblemished so unique! It added elements that I've never read all together and like a puzzle they all worked well to create something new. The Callings are powers and many people have them in the Second Reflection. I found the variety of Callings intriguing. They aren't just superpowers; they're useful and at times terrifying heightened skills. The Reflections are worlds and Eliyana is from the Third (AKA our world), but most of the story takes place in the Second, a more natural, fantasy realm. The Verity and the Void are two powerful forces in the Reflections that play an important part in the story.

While I enjoyed reading this, I did have some issues with it. We learn there are five Reflections, but we only get to see two of them. What about the other ones? The dialogue bothered me the most. Everyone spoke so formally and like it was the 19th century and at times phrases were so cheesy. Eliyana and Ky spoke more naturally than anyone else, but at times I couldn't help but groan at their words. 

One of the major issues with the story though is that things were resolved SO EASILY! At the beginning of the story, I felt like anything could happen and not all of the characters might make it out alive, but everything was too easy for Eliyana, for everyone. It just didn't feel like the stakes were high enough. I knew everything was going to turn out okay, but I didn't want to know that. [Read my full review here.]

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Junior Hero Blues*
 (5 out of 5)

Written by J.K. Pendragon; Last year, Javier Medina was your average socially awkward gay high schooler with a chip on his shoulder. This year, he's pretty much the same, but with bonus superpowers, a costume with an ab window to show off his new goods, and a secret identity as the high-flying, wise-cracking superhero Blue Spark. Welcome to the 100% true and totally unbiased account of life as a teenage superhero.
"I know now that there were no good guys, just people trying, and sometimes failing, to do the right thing. Maybe there were no bad guys either."

Finally a believable, entertaining, not-too-cliche superhero book! And with a gay main character! If you like the new Ms. Marvel comics then you'll like this. Like Kamala Khan, Javier Medina deals with balancing family, school, romance, and being a new superhero called Blue Spark.

Javier is hands down the best thing about this book. He's really, really funny, witty, self-deprecating, down to earth, selfish at times, gets scared, loyal, and feels like a real person. He's gay, but it's not the thing that defines him. That's not to say he isn't out and proud (with great, supportive parents), but there's more to him than just being a gay teen and a gay superhero. 

I found the world that Javier lives in to be very believable for a place in which superheroes are a thing that exists. There are two superhero groups that a person with powers can join: the Legion, who are the good guys, and the Organization, who are the bad guys. That part is a bit cliche, but I thought it was great that the Legion works like the police instead of a hidden group because in this world being a superhero doesn't mean being a vigilante. Javier goes on patrol and can call back up and gets paid. It all felt real because Javier worried about the little things like not having enough money if he quit the Legion. This book was so good and I NEED MORE BLUE SPARK! [Read my full review here.]

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Lumberjanes, Vol. 3: A Terrible Plan
 (5 out of 5)

Written by Noelle Stevenson, Shannon Watters, and Carolyn Nowak; Trying to take advantage of the first quiet day at camp in a while, Mal and Molly's date takes a bizarre turn with the appearance of the Bear Woman! Back at camp, Jo, April, and Ripley must stay on their toes as they try and earn every badge possible, which ends up being a lot harder than any of them planned.

I LOVE THIS SERIES! The first third of the volume follows our awesome campers as they sit around a campfire telling each other scary stories. The next two-thirds follow Molly and Mal when their picnic/date goes horribly wrong while also following the rest of the gang as they try to get badges for doing "normal" aka boring things like painting a fence. This volume is wonderful and hilarious and the shenanigans these gals get into are so unique and fun!

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The Darkest Part of the Forest
 (5 out of 5)

Written by Holly Black; Hazel lives with her brother, Ben, in the strange town of Fairfold where humans and fae exist side by side. In the woods there's a glass coffin and in it sleeps a boy with horns on his head and ears as pointed as knives. Hazel and Ben were both in love with him as children. The boy has slept there for generations, never waking. Until one day, he does.

Wow! What a dark, creepy, and captivating story! The world of Fairfold with its terrifying fairies and horned boy in a glass coffin and strange happenings came alive on the page with Holly Black's riveting and whimsical writing. I could see everything happening in my mind. I was there. I was wishing for the horned by to wake. I was fighting those fairies. I remembering the past through Hazel and Ben's eyes.

I hardly ever see novels with realistic sibling relationships, especially between a sister and brother. I have two younger brothers, so to see them keep secrets and get mad and get frustrated with each other made me say, "YES! This is how it is!" Hazel and Ben are such interesting people. They're dealing with how past events have affected them, with school, with friends, with what living in Fairfold means (ie. fairies and being wary of them), and with what happens when the boy in the glass coffin wakes up. They've got a lot on their plate, but they're both tough and they take it all in stride, especially Hazel. She doesn't always make good choices, but that's what made me root for her more.

I won't give anything away, but I totally didn't see that twist at the end coming! The deal that Hazel made, how the Alderking was using it, and the twist are so unique! This is such an enthralling book!

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*Received a copy from NetGalley.
**Received a copy from the publisher, Thomas Nelson/HarperCollins.

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Friday, October 28, 2016

Fall Reading List

Time to curl up under a blanket with some pumpkin spice chai and read a book! My fall reading list is a bit late since we're well into the middle of autumn, but it's never too late to share some awesome-sounding books. When fall comes around, I put aside the contemporaries and fluffy reads and delve into the darker stuff, like urban fantasies and sci-fi stories and murder mysteries. So here are the books I want to read this season. 
 Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo
 The Potion Diaries: Royal Tour by Amy Alward
 As Old As Time by Liz Braswell
 Girl Waits With Gun by Amy Stewart
 Heartless by Marissa Meyer (coming out November 8)
 Nevernight by Jay Kristoff
 The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black
 Dark Matter by Blake Crouch
 A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
 Maresi by Maria Turtschaninoff (coming out January 3)
 Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs
 Maybe In Another Life by Taylor Jenkins Reid

What books do you want to read this season?

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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Outfit: Burgundy & Black (with AMI Clubwear)

I wouldn't consider my style "sexy" by any stretch of the imagination. I would call it "colorful" or "nerdy," so I wasn't sure I would be able to find anything to wear on AMI Clubwear, a website tailored to women who like going out (whereas I sit at home and read), but there was no reason for me to worry. AMI Clubwear has a ton of great clothes that can be worn by women with many different styles. 

Their section of little black dresses is a treasure trove! I saw this simple but cute black dress and knew it would be a staple in my closet. It's soft and stretchy and currently only $12.50! They also have a ton of jackets from trench coats to jean jackets to blazers to faux moto jackets, like this burgundy hooded one that I got for only $17.50. A super steal! Also, if you're looking for cute, affordable shoes you should check them out. These gray lace-up booties are so comfortable and only $17.50. You should definitely check AMI Clubwear out for a mix of cool, affordable clothes!

**I received these clothes for review. All opinions are my own.**
Jacket: ℅ AMI Clubwear | Dress: ℅ AMI Clubwear | Boots: ℅ AMI Clubwear
Tights: Kushy Foot | Scarf: Target {similar} | Bag: Target | Pin: Hot Topic

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Monday, October 24, 2016

Review: Influenster's Maybelline Super Stay 24 Lip Color Vox Box

Who doesn't want lipstick that stays put through talking and eating and drinking? Most days I forget to put on any kind of lip color, but on the days that I do I want it to last as long as it can. I got two Maybelline SuperStay 24-Hour Lip Color from Influenster to test out to see if they really do stay put. The two colors I received are a beautiful neutral red called Keep Up The Flame and a pale, frosted pink called Constant Toast

I really loved the red color on me because it's the perfect neutral red, but sadly I absolutely hated the pink. Frosted pink lipsticks don't look good on me and remind me too much of the early 2000s. 

What I Like: The lip colors are easy to apply with the curved doe-foot applicator and the lip balm on the other side is very moisturizing. Once you put on these colors these colors on they DO NOT BUDGE. I mean it. I didn't keep them on for 24 hours, but I have no doubt that it would last for that long. Also, you do have to reapply the lip balm now and then, but that's not a big deal. There are matte colors, like the red, and frosted colors, like the pink, and there are a ton of color options. 

What I Didn't Like: Because the lip color stays so well, it is really, really hard to get off. You're supposed to use an oil-based make up remover, but since I don't have any because I prefer to use Simple's Micellar Cleansing Water I wouldn't come off. I pretty much rubbed my lips raw to get this stuff off. 

I love the red lipstick and how well they stay on, but pro tip: get an oil-based makeup remover if you don't have one!

*I received these lipsticks from Influenster. All opinions are my own.*

What lipsticks do you wear?

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Friday, October 21, 2016

Inspired By: Doctor Who Part 2: The Companions

I know the show is called Doctor Who, but sometimes it's the companions that steal the show. There have been many companions during the course of the Doctor's travels and they're all memorable in their own way. I fall in love with one of them and then they leave and then I fall in love with the next one and then the next. You can't help but root for every single person on this show, so let's get to know the Doctor's friends. 

P.S. -- Did you miss last week's Doctor Who post?

Rose Tyler & Martha Jones
Doctor Who - Rose & Martha
The first companion of the new series is Rose Tyler (Billie Piper). She's a 19-year-old who doesn't know what to do with her life and winds up being saved by the Doctor, so she travels the universe with him. She'll always be one of my favorites because she's spunky and street smart and so in awe of the Doctor. Her outfits always consist of a black (or red) leather jacket, a red shirt, flare jeans, and boots. 

Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman) is a doctor (a real one!) who meets the Doctor when the hospital she works at is transported to the moon. She's intelligent and unafraid and definitely a character to admire. Throw on a beige moto jacket, a purple tee, jeans, a moon phase watch, and brown booties.

Donna Noble & River Song
Doctor Who - Donna & River
These two ladies are my favorite companions of the whole series! Donna Noble (Catherine Tate) runs into the Doctor on her wedding day and that's where the fun begins. She's pretty much the only one not in love with the Doctor; she's got some serious sass, she's hilarious, and loves the excitement of it all. Go for a simple but cute outfit of a gray coat, purple sweater, jeans, and black flats. 

River Song (Alex Kingston) is a time traveler herself who runs into the Doctor, but never in the right order. She's my absolute favorite! River is the three Fs: feisty, fun, and formidable. Some of the Daleks are afraid of her and that's saying something. I'd give you more information, but spoilers! Travel time and space in a long beige jacket, a light pink top, distressed jeans, and beige boots. 

Amy Pond & Rory Williams
Doctor Who - Amy & Rory
Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) are a couple that travel with the 11th Doctor. Amy is sassy and tough and maybe wouldn't want admit it but 100% loves Rory. Rory is the sweetest guy ever, who would follow Amy literally anywhere in the world. 

Amy wears a lot of red, so throw on a red plaid shirt, a red scarf, a black skirt, red nail polish, and heeled booties. Or for something a little more comfortable, put on a blue plaid top, a puffer vest, black jeans, a watch with Roman numerals (anyone get it?), and brown boots. 

Clara Oswald & Bill
Doctor Who - Clara & Bill
Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) is the impossible girl because she appears at many instances in time, but we meet up with her in the present where she is a super smart school teacher, who is always up for a new adventure. Clara has a girly, professional style, so wear a black blazer, a floral dress, pink stud earrings, and black wedges. 

Bill (Pearl Mackie) is the latest companion and she's going to be in the newest season coming next year, so we don't know anything about her yet. She looks like a lot of fun and I'm excited to root for a new companion. Throw on a light jean jacket, a graphic tee, ripped jeans, a layered necklace, blue high tops, a brooch, and you're ready to travel in the Tardis. 

Who is your favorite companion?

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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Outfit: Stripes & Laces

I've been on the hunt for the perfect pair of lace-up flats for months. Months! All of them seem to be pointed-toe flats and pointed-toe shoes are just not my thing. I thought I was never going to find a pair with a rounded-toe, but the DSW gods smiled upon me and I found this beautiful suede pair that was everything I was looking for. Technically, they're not lace-up flats since I don't have to actually lace them up, but I prefer these more. Who wants to lace up their shoes when you can just slip them on?

I have these velvety jeggings in two colors, this wine color and gray, and they're perfection. They're soft, stretchy, comfortable, and honestly they make my butt look gooooood. Definitely a winner!
Jacket: Aeropostale | Top: Marshalls | Jeans: American Eagle 
Shoes: DSW | Bag: Target | Necklace: local boutique

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Monday, October 17, 2016

5 Bookmarks On My Wishlist (AKA I Want Right Now)

Through the joys of Instagram, I've discovered a bunch of fantastic small businesses. One kind of shop in particular that is very popular right now is bookmark shops. I never realized how many kinds of bookmarks there are and how many I need in my life! Two bookmarks shops I bought from and would recommend are MyBookmark and Beedooto. Below are five more shops I've discovered recently that I want to get a bookmark or two from. 
Authored Adornments creates mostly jewelry (necklaces, rings, bracelets, keychains) featuring book page quotes. I think this little bookmark sticking out of a book is so cute and I love the fun quote. 

Marked by Mary is a shop that makes woodburned, handlettered bookmarks and wood slices. I love the look of the woodburned letters. She creates custom bookmarks, so you can get one that says anything you like. 

Looking for cute handmade felt creations (bookmarks, hair pins, phone cases, and more) then Tiny Felt Heart is the place you want to shop. I don't have any felt bookmarks, so clearly I need one stat and these are adorable.

Bookmarky has all the colorful literary and fandom bookmarks you could possibly want. There are bookmarks for all of the most popular books right now and a ton for Harry Potter. I am dying over how wonderful this Platform 9 3/4 ticket bookmark is. 

I love magnetic bookmarks and have several character-shaped ones, but I adore Read and Wonder's pretty watercolor quote bookmarks. But not to worry, this shop also has a ton of super cute character magnetic ones as well. 

Do you have unique bookmarks?
Where do you shop for them?

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Friday, October 14, 2016

Inspired By: Doctor Who Part 1: The Timelord

Since I've become a bit Doctor Who obsessed I wanted to dedicate an Inspired By post to everyone's favorite Timelord. Last month, I watched all nine seasons and now I understand what the fuss is all about. The show is wonderful because it's an adventure through time and space, it's campy in a good way, it's about solving big and small problems with your intellect rather than with your fist, and you can't help but fall in love and root for the Doctor and his companion, no matter who they are.

My favorite Doctor is the 10th Doctor with the 11th Doctor as a close second because they're both so likable and charming and just plain fun to watch. Who's your favorite? 

9th Doctor
Doctor Who - Nine

The new series began in 2005 (after originally airing from 1963 to 1996) with the Doctor being regenerated into the 9th Doctor (Christopher Eccleston). This version of the Doctor is angry, brave, and tough. His clothing choices are basic because he lets his personality shine through his witty dialogue.

For journeying through time and space, wear a zippered leather jacket, blue tunic, cool tights, and wedge booties. Or instead put on a black jacket, t-shirt, jeans, rings, and fold-over boots. 

10th Doctor
Doctor Who - Ten
The 10th Doctor (David Tennant) is friendly, talkative, "foxy," and protective of Earth. He finds joy in traveling in his Tardis and interacting with new people and species. His new look has been called geek chic, which I love. 

Go on adventures in your little blue box by throwing on a long, beige jacket, blue dress, glasses, and red velvet flats. Or instead wear a beige cardigan, blue top, jeans, red scarf, and red Converse. 

11th Doctor
Doctor Who - Eleven
The 11th Doctor (Matt Smith) is very similar to his previous incarnation because he cares deeply for everyone on Earth, but he's also energetic, caring, and has a child-like wonder. This Doctor saves the day in his classic professor style. 

Run around the universe with your companions in a tweed jacket, blue chambray dress, glasses, and black pointed toe flats. Or throw on a yellow blazer, white collared shirt, black jeans, red bow bracelet, and black Oxford flats. 

12th Doctor
Doctor Who - Twelve
The most recent version of the Doctor is the 12th Doctor (Peter Capaldi), who is unpredictable, a thrill-seeker, and has a tough exterior. He cares about the people of Earth since it's come to be like a second home to him, but doesn't exactly show it.  

Save the world and kick some ass in a white shirt, black vest, red scarf, distressed jeans, and black booties. Or wear a black jacket, white blouse, jeans, sunglasses, and black Oxford flats.

P.S. -- Part 2 with the companions is coming next week!

Do you watch Doctor Who?
Who's your favorite Doctor? 

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

3 Easy Bookish Halloween Costumes

I love Halloween and dressing up, but I've always found store bought costumes to be boring and generic. I'm not saying you should go full Comic Con on your costume (aka spend months and months working on a costume, though by all means do so if you want to because that's awesome!), but there's a fun and easy way to create a costume: use what's already in your closet! 

Think about your favorite book characters and then go through your closet to see what you have that you can use to recreate their iconic look. For today's post, I put together three bookish costumes based on how easy they are to assemble.

ONE | Annabeth Chase from Percy Jackson (Level: Easy)
Annabeth Chase is one of the three main characters of the Percy Jackson series with Percy and Grover being the other two. She's a teenage Greek half-blood; her mom is Athena (Goddess of wisdom) and her father is a mortal history professor. Annabeth is intelligent, likes architecture, and has a gift for strategy, but she can also be mistrustful and prideful. She uses a celestial bronze knife and has a Yankees cap from her mom that makes her invisible (which I forgot to wear).

How to dress like Annabeth: wear an orange t-shirt with "Camp Half-Blood" on it (the Pegasus is optional), jeans, sneakers, and a Yankees baseball cap (or any baseball cap).
Optional: carry a fake knife or an architecture book. 

TWO | Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter (Level: Easy/Medium)
Luna Lovegood is a character introduced in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and after that is a well-loved secondary character. She's a Pureblood Ravenclaw student and her father is the editor-in-chief of The Quibbler, a wacky magazine that no one takes seriously. Luna is known for being strange and whimsical and cares little for what people think of her, which is how she got the nickname "Loony" Lovegood. 

How to dress like Luna: wear a purple cardigan or jacket, an orange top, a bright printed skirt, bright purple or blue rights, and flats. Or really you could just wear any bright, mismatched clothing and you'd be all set. 
Optional: wear Spectre Specs and carry around a wand or a copy of The Quibbler. 

THREE | Newt Scamander from Fantastic Beasts (Level: Medium/Hard)
Newt Scamander wrote the book Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in the Harry Potter world. He's a newly-fleshed out character for the new movie and so far we know that he was a Hufflepuff when he attended Hogwarts, but he's now a magizoologist who goes on research trips because of his interest in magical creatures. His normal-looking briefcase contains many species of magical beasts that get loose in 1930s New York City. 

How to dress like Newt: wear a green or blue jacket, a white shirt with a black bow tie (or instead a black ribbon or a black Peter Pan collar), a vest, preferably yellow or brown, gray jeans, brown Oxford flats or boots. 
Optional: carry a wand and a brown briefcase or wear a yellow and gray striped scarf. 

Here are some more ideas for you:
  • Ron Weasley: bulky striped sweater, corduroy pants, sneakers, wand, Chocolate Frogs.
  • Daisy from The Great Gatsby: jeweled headband, long pearl necklace, flapper dress, heels.
  • Anne from Anne of Green Gables: blue dress over printed blouse, wide hat, boots, hair in pigtails.
  • Alice from Alice in Wonderland: blue dress, black headband, striped tights, black shoes.
  • Mad Hatter: green top hat, brown jacket, printed bow tie, vest, gray pants, Oxford flats, teacup. 
  • Agent Carter: red hat, blue blazer, blue skirt, white collared blouse, black heels. 

Are you dressing up for Halloween this year?

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