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My deal with Nero and my growing powers are supposed to keep me and my loved ones safe—yet the unthinkable happens. When lines are crossed and blood is spilled, nothing will ever be the same again.


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My deal with Nero and my growing powers are supposed to keep me and my loved ones safe—yet the unthinkable happens. When lines are crossed and blood is spilled, nothing will ever be the same again.

30 review for Sleight of Fantasy

  1. 4 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    Sleight of Fantasy Sasha Urban Series, Book 4 By: Dima Zales, Anna Zaires Narrated by: Emily Durante I love this series! This book has many things come together and it ends good and bad! Sob! Some of our loved characters don't make it and others will probably be more involved. Lots of action and new supernatural fun comes up. Great interactions between characters, great world building, and that hint of romance. The narration is terrific.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Melliane

    4.5/5 Mon avis en Français My English review Roooh I had a hard time not getting into the next book as soon as I finish a volume of the Sasha Urban series! Besides, I succumbed and I’ve already ordered Volume 5! I see that it will soon no longer be possible to do this and I must admit that I am already sad about it. But in the meantime, I continue with great pleasure! Sasha is back at work and Nero is again her mentor. The latter is determined to protect her as much as he can and it all starts with 4.5/5 Mon avis en Français My English review Roooh I had a hard time not getting into the next book as soon as I finish a volume of the Sasha Urban series! Besides, I succumbed and I’ve already ordered Volume 5! I see that it will soon no longer be possible to do this and I must admit that I am already sad about it. But in the meantime, I continue with great pleasure! Sasha is back at work and Nero is again her mentor. The latter is determined to protect her as much as he can and it all starts with teaching her to fight! And it’s not that easy. But here’s the thing: on top of that, Sasha will try to understand her growing powers and what she can do with them. And it must be said that she will discover things she didn’t expect. And then there’s Baba Yaga and we finally know why she asked Nero for this contract, and things get even more complicated. I really had a great time again with our heroine. The story she has with Nero is complex and yet, I am still very curious to see how far things will go now. This series is really pleasant to read, with colorful characters and I loved seeing Kit and her eccentricity here as she is more present. Of course, there are also all the other characters as well, even though I’m quite sad by a direction of the story. In any case, and with that in mind, I look forward to the next novel!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lori S.

    3 Stars This one started really annoying me as it pushed further into that annoying m/f trope of two people dancing around each other and not being able to think rationally because their hormones are all over the place. Really - do sexual folk in reality lose the ability to focus on more important things when someone they find attractive (regardless of orientation) walks into the room? Sasha certainly does. It was truly annoying to have to read and not all that enjoyable, though I'm sure there ar 3 Stars This one started really annoying me as it pushed further into that annoying m/f trope of two people dancing around each other and not being able to think rationally because their hormones are all over the place. Really - do sexual folk in reality lose the ability to focus on more important things when someone they find attractive (regardless of orientation) walks into the room? Sasha certainly does. It was truly annoying to have to read and not all that enjoyable, though I'm sure there are folks who do enjoy that sort of thing. Bleh. For me, it just slowed an otherwise enjoyable story's pacing down. In this one, a deal Sasha made with a witch known as Baba Yaga (see Russian folklore) in the first book, comes due. It's not what she's expecting, but is definitely not something she finds palatable and refuses outright. Baba Yaga's not amused to have such a promising payment slip away and starts taking her anger out on people who are close to Sasha in a variety of ways. Though the old witch has a contract with Sasha's mentor, Nero, that promises no harm to either him or his mentee, she's not above hurting others to get at what she wants. For her part, Sasha bothers me. She under-reacts to things her mentor/boss/tormentor does to get her to comply to his demands. He wants her to focus on getting him stock tips, which is fine, but in order to do so, he essentially puts her in a big metal cage with a countdown lock and punishes her for goofing off by doubling her "work allotment" (8 hour stretches). Now if someone had done that to me, cut me off from communications, etc., even with all the amenities Nero gives her (a Jacuzzi, full size kitchen and bath), I would be crying foul, I don't care how nice the cage is. Yes, she still doesn't really do the work he wants from her, she takes full advantage of the kitchen and bath, etc., but it still bothered me that she isn't more angry about such treatment. All this is on top of her losing a dear friend and having other people in her life endangered by the witch and her colleagues. I get shock taking it toll on emotional delay, that I understand, but the cage thing is immediate and annoying. sigh. I get that Nero as boss and mentor is trying to keep his 'ward' and employee safe. I get it, I do, but I don't have to like how he's doing the protection thing. Also, the whole ambiguity of boss/mentor-employee/mentee attraction thing just drives me up the wall. Why can't they just be friends? I really like the relationships Sasha has with her apartment mates, Felix & Ariel. Those relationships are just wonderful in comparison.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Soo

    Notes: The way Sasha is learning to use her powers entertains me. My fav part was getting more about her unknown history. There are two more books and I'm pretty sure that the plot lines will not be tied up by then. But, I could be wrong. =)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Vicki

    Sleight of Fantasy (SoF) is non-stop entertainment from beginning to end and I love it. Really, the same thing could be said about the entire series (this is the fourth book). In SoF, Sasha continues to learn more about her powers and as usual, finds herself the center of all kinds of dangerous happenings that have me reading as fast as I can to see what happens next. All of our favorite characters are back for the adventure and the writing flows magically with drama, humor and heart. The slow b Sleight of Fantasy (SoF) is non-stop entertainment from beginning to end and I love it. Really, the same thing could be said about the entire series (this is the fourth book). In SoF, Sasha continues to learn more about her powers and as usual, finds herself the center of all kinds of dangerous happenings that have me reading as fast as I can to see what happens next. All of our favorite characters are back for the adventure and the writing flows magically with drama, humor and heart. The slow burn romance continues to torment me oh so deliciously too! These books do a masterful job at telling a full story arc while setting up anticipation for the next one - book five can't come soon enough for me to see what Sasha and her friends get up to next!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Gabz

    Dunno how I'm feeling about this right now. I was hoping for some growth of the relationship between Nero and Sasha, but I couldn't say that I find their future relationship any more plausible now than when I met him in the first book. It was a busy book yet again, but kind of annoying that Sasha never stops for long enough to think properly about what's happening. And Nero's appearances are more token than super necessary for the actual development arc.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    3.5 stars

  8. 5 out of 5

    Linzi

    This series really keeps getting better and better. It's now moved itself into the 'interrupt whatever you're listening to' when the next one is released and so far it hasn't disappointed. Clever, different and fun - I'm loving it 😀

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rachel..♦

    I'm done. I thought that at 20%, 30%, 40% etc. I cannot believe I actually finished the book. I'm not much for writing reviews, but this book actively annoyed me. There has been no growth in the story or the characters. The authors doubled down of the format for the 3rd book for this 4th book. All the stuff that didn't work in the 3rd book was that everything and the kitchen sink was thrown at the character and not enough character development or relationship development. For the 4th book, every I'm done. I thought that at 20%, 30%, 40% etc. I cannot believe I actually finished the book. I'm not much for writing reviews, but this book actively annoyed me. There has been no growth in the story or the characters. The authors doubled down of the format for the 3rd book for this 4th book. All the stuff that didn't work in the 3rd book was that everything and the kitchen sink was thrown at the character and not enough character development or relationship development. For the 4th book, everything under-the-sink was thrown at the character as a vignette to messing with the protagonist in each chapter. ** spoiler lite ** So just crazy thrown at the protagonist every chapter. While the negative reactions of the protagonist may seem valid, the fact that they didn't solve anything and just kept getting more crazy thrown at her made me dislike Sasha more and more at every turn. She never would stop and ask if how she is proceeding is getting her what she wanted or needed, such as an explanation as to why she was a secret, how to use her abilities, and why everyone seems to want her dead. Nope she just kept chugging along letting the bad happen to her. No one would explain anything, but they'd want her, and she would, explain all to them. Which made her enter the TSTL category, in that her father and Nero did everything to protect her and keep her a secret, but then she'll blab to anyone. There seems to be a huge disconnect there. This so-called seer doesn't see much. And when she does, she runs off all willy-nilly into trouble without a plan, because plans take away from 'girl always in trouble' element of the plot. There is no trust building between anyone and then suddenly we, the readers, have to suddenly trust the creepy shapeshifter who keeps messing with everyone's relationships for their own amusements/selfish needs and is now on team Sasha. The non-seer mentor/love interest, Nero, is only there to blame, make caveman decisions, and pay for everything. The seer mentor/other love interest, Darian, is useless and says stuff like don't trust the other guy but I can't tell you why. At first I thought (for the first three books) the issue was that they were still slowly world building, because the Cognizants and their abilities was somewhat interesting. The building of the seer ability seemed interesting at first, but the whole "headspace" world just doesn't do anything but be a shinny-pretty place of uselessness and, oh yeah, shapes. other things that annoyed me: Orientation Teacher who is always looking at his watch as though teaching newbies with dangerous powers about the rules, their powers, and the universe at large as though its a waste of everyone's time. He is about as effective as someone saying: in the pantry, there are yummy sugar cookies, some laced with poison, don't eat them, gotta go. Lame teenage werewolves who want to murder classmates because, hey, what the hell and they have the timeless reason where they dislike of those who are different. The evil witch from the 3rd book never learned her lesson and is back for more trouble. Iron Clad Contracts with gaping loopholes. Ambitious bad guy goals where instead of earning them through hard work and trust or doing the right thing, kill to get their "needs" met right away. Blah! I've had enough.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Latasha Grooms

    Love the action, but sad at the same time. I recommend this book to anyone 16 and over As it's not a lot of bad words or blatant sex scenes or anything of the such. What can I say, The action in this book really heats up I'm just sad that it's at the lost of a certain life, and all the crazy blood filled drama that ensues. Sasha has some pretty high ranking friends AND high ranking enemies. Nero is hot and darkly hilarious at the same time and also very serious. I think I figured out what he is b Love the action, but sad at the same time. I recommend this book to anyone 16 and over As it's not a lot of bad words or blatant sex scenes or anything of the such. What can I say, The action in this book really heats up I'm just sad that it's at the lost of a certain life, and all the crazy blood filled drama that ensues. Sasha has some pretty high ranking friends AND high ranking enemies. Nero is hot and darkly hilarious at the same time and also very serious. I think I figured out what he is based on Sasha's comments about his hand and the little quip that Bailey calls him. I'm glad Ariel is FINALLY getting her stupid act together!!! If only Sasha would! Once again Sasha with her Oh So inquisitive mind and the need to be a little sarcastic smart ass ( plus self-interest as she herself says!!) leads to things spiraling out of control. While trying to flex her "muscles" and prove she has equal control in a situation, she misses out on a prophecy that could have been life saving. Instead of listening to the advice that people give her to try out, she does things her own way that could end up costing someone their lives. It drives me insane and makes me wanna slap her around, And you know it's bad when the Author Themselves makes fun of/alludes to it in the book But continues to have her act in Such an idiotic puffed up manner!! IF Sasha intends to go on this next idiotic journey, and she will because she's sasha, she better damn well learn Russian or have Felix make her an auto in ear translator and beef up her fighting skills!! I can see her being initially mad at her Father for abandoning her, but when you think about who he is and the legacy of his history, even a dummy can realize that He did it for her safety. And when she read The contract it pretty much says that it's for her safety as does the memory she encounters. So when she continues to rant about him abandoning her, I wanna choke her and I definitely wanted to hit her earlier in the book for accusing someone else of abandoning her, although their departure is through Monday it of their own (yet she doesn't accuse Ariel!) Sadly I was right about my guess about one of the characters in the last book but am Very happy at the 'rewards' they got!! Now that my rant is over, I fully intend to go read the next part of the series because I definitely want to see how this ends. Hopefully the dirty person in this book who worked with a person in the previous book doesn't make the previous person dirty as well!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Monadh

    My favorite book of the series so far This is the 4th installment of the Sasha Urban series and so far my favorite, because it really got things cracking. There is lots of action and the overarching story arc is moved forward in several respects. Sasha is finally making strides in finding out more about her parents and there is also movement in her relationship with Nero (spoiler ahead: although it remains unconsummated there are some scenes that suggest that it is only a matter of time till they My favorite book of the series so far This is the 4th installment of the Sasha Urban series and so far my favorite, because it really got things cracking. There is lots of action and the overarching story arc is moved forward in several respects. Sasha is finally making strides in finding out more about her parents and there is also movement in her relationship with Nero (spoiler ahead: although it remains unconsummated there are some scenes that suggest that it is only a matter of time till they’ll get there). Sasha is also making progress in learning her power and is getting better and better at inducing visions on demand, especially under pressure, but despite that (or because of that) she is unable to prevent the worst happening to one of her oldest friends, since as soon as she acts on a vision to prevent the outcome she has seen, the future changes. Afterward she is plagued by guilt, which makes her rather reckless, but luckily she has old and new friends at her side to help her. So she manages to save another friend and to get rid of an old enemy in the process. At the same time she also continues (or rather goes back) to work for Nero as a financial forecaster. Can’t wait to get my hands on the next book in the series.

  12. 4 out of 5

    LexiLikesLiterature

    THE WHOLE SERIES IS FREE WITH AUDIBLE ESCAPE!!! By Dima Zales and Anne Zaires Narrated by Emily Durante Starts next day from book 3 First off, Sasha tells another person her whole life story and every detail of previous books. When is she gonna learn that information is valuable and she gives it away to those who could betray he? It's a ver annoying and dumb character trait 😒. What is it with all these authors feeling they have to make their lead females so dumb? As with the other books, Sasha makes THE WHOLE SERIES IS FREE WITH AUDIBLE ESCAPE!!! By Dima Zales and Anne Zaires Narrated by Emily Durante Starts next day from book 3 First off, Sasha tells another person her whole life story and every detail of previous books. When is she gonna learn that information is valuable and she gives it away to those who could betray he? It's a ver annoying and dumb character trait 😒. What is it with all these authors feeling they have to make their lead females so dumb? As with the other books, Sasha makes more dumb decisions and someone ens up paying the ultimate price 😥. There is quite a bit of action that happens both in her visions and in real time. This is a big plus because listening to her inner dialogue go on & on can be a turn off. Sasha probably uses her powers in the best way in this book but continues the antics of going off alone. Of course she makes it out of situations because of those around her more than her own actions. But she does actually "help" in this one. Finally a spark of actual romance in this one. Oh course if you've read until this point you are aware of the options available to Sasha. My opinion only but I think this is the book she makes her decision. By the way she reacts, I think we have a winner!!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Viki /LostForReal/

    Absolutely satisfied five stars!!! Sasha, you did it again but then, who really doubted you? Definitely not me. And did I said last time - coyly and humbly - I wanted another two or three books in this series. Well, who am I kidding - I want at least another 7. Or 10. I am not that picky. I'd take anything above 11... This was just another... but you know what? If you read previous instalments and didn't fall in love, there is nothing I can do to give you better taste in books so for everyone else Absolutely satisfied five stars!!! Sasha, you did it again but then, who really doubted you? Definitely not me. And did I said last time - coyly and humbly - I wanted another two or three books in this series. Well, who am I kidding - I want at least another 7. Or 10. I am not that picky. I'd take anything above 11... This was just another... but you know what? If you read previous instalments and didn't fall in love, there is nothing I can do to give you better taste in books so for everyone else - this book did not disappoint. But let me tell you - Kit got so many brownie points from me she could open a bakery! Did not exactly like her that much before but this book made me realize she is just playful and quirky, not malicious so I am, at the moment, liking the hell out of her. And the amount of Nero in this book... *internal fangirling* Honestly, I think I will need at least five more books after he and Sasha get together. At that may still be a while (which does not bother me in this book at all). The problem in this book is how much I want the next one (and the ones after that).

  14. 5 out of 5

    Melissa N

    Continues to be a fun series. This is a fun fantasy series. I am normally not a big sci-fi person but I love me some supernatural mystery/romance. And this book series has it all, seers, vampires, and whatever the heck Nero is (still trying to figure that one out). Sasha can’t ever seem to catch a break, but I love learning about this crazy new world right along with her. This book was great because we finally get some hints about her past and some more great scenes with Nero. There was some sadn Continues to be a fun series. This is a fun fantasy series. I am normally not a big sci-fi person but I love me some supernatural mystery/romance. And this book series has it all, seers, vampires, and whatever the heck Nero is (still trying to figure that one out). Sasha can’t ever seem to catch a break, but I love learning about this crazy new world right along with her. This book was great because we finally get some hints about her past and some more great scenes with Nero. There was some sadness in this story too, but some bad guys finally got what was coming to them. So my favorite thing in this series is frugal Fluffster. I love him and how is is always worrying about paying the bills! My only annoyance is how Nero’s Limbal rings in his eyes are constantly being described. I think we may need a new way to show that Nero is interested or aroused.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Adela Rivera

    Really?? So the concept of this series is good there is a twist to the paranormal world, but I am getting tired of the same plot on every book. Heroin is stubborn goes in knowing she doesn't stand a chance but she needs to do something so she does she by miracle makes it almost dies in the process and hero is there to help bring her back to health... Common we get it but at this point in the series I expect her to grow more and be more mature she acts like a 14 year old always wining poor me... A Really?? So the concept of this series is good there is a twist to the paranormal world, but I am getting tired of the same plot on every book. Heroin is stubborn goes in knowing she doesn't stand a chance but she needs to do something so she does she by miracle makes it almost dies in the process and hero is there to help bring her back to health... Common we get it but at this point in the series I expect her to grow more and be more mature she acts like a 14 year old always wining poor me... And the love interest don't get me started she is hot and cold and honestly is exhausting. I'll probably read the rest only cause I made it this far but I know the author can do better than this.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    This series just keeps getting better and better. Sasha is doing her thing, learning to use her powers and increasing her knowledge to try and find answers to her questions. Nero, Sasha’s mentor, is beginning to thaw a little towards her but Sasha is still a little leery of his motives and does not really trust him. The best part is her learning to go in and out of headspace and the conversations that are held there. However, even with all the growing that Sasha is doing, it feels like she is no This series just keeps getting better and better. Sasha is doing her thing, learning to use her powers and increasing her knowledge to try and find answers to her questions. Nero, Sasha’s mentor, is beginning to thaw a little towards her but Sasha is still a little leery of his motives and does not really trust him. The best part is her learning to go in and out of headspace and the conversations that are held there. However, even with all the growing that Sasha is doing, it feels like she is not able to catch a break. This is one storyline that will have you hooked. It is not a standalone and I highly recommend reading the previous books. I volunteered to read a copy of this book and all opinions are my own.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Maria Passia

    Sasha's powers are growing and she's learning how to control them. Nero has made a deal to protect her, but when an unknown enemy strikes,the people she loves are under threat! She needs to protect her friends and use her powers to thwart her enemies. Sasha's evolvement to an independent young woman is admirable! She begins to come to terms with her powers and uses them to protect the people she loves. Her attraction to her boss and mentor, Nero, is growing but she senses that he's dangerous and Sasha's powers are growing and she's learning how to control them. Nero has made a deal to protect her, but when an unknown enemy strikes,the people she loves are under threat! She needs to protect her friends and use her powers to thwart her enemies. Sasha's evolvement to an independent young woman is admirable! She begins to come to terms with her powers and uses them to protect the people she loves. Her attraction to her boss and mentor, Nero, is growing but she senses that he's dangerous and feels that she can't trust him. She remains loyal to her friends and is willing to sacrifice her own safety for their sake. I can't wait for her next adventure!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Loveless

    I received an advanced copy for my honest review. 3.8 stars A lot is going on in this book and it feels longer than the one before. Sasha is learning so much about her powers, but I still feel a little lost when it comes to Cognizants and how their world works. I love how Dima combines scifi and fantasy, but I don't always love the lack of explaining things (or the explanations not feeling cohesive). Nero uses his deal with Sasha to place a lot of restrictions on her, but he also shows a more carin I received an advanced copy for my honest review. 3.8 stars A lot is going on in this book and it feels longer than the one before. Sasha is learning so much about her powers, but I still feel a little lost when it comes to Cognizants and how their world works. I love how Dima combines scifi and fantasy, but I don't always love the lack of explaining things (or the explanations not feeling cohesive). Nero uses his deal with Sasha to place a lot of restrictions on her, but he also shows a more caring side in the process. His rules also save her life. I enjoyed this book and look forward to the next. Beware, your heart will hurt reading this one.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Mulkey Renick

    Sasha’s is a trouble magnet As Sasha’s life continues to be a tangle of trouble, she learns more about who her father is. The constant threats to her life are wearing her thin. Nero’s plans of her work day grate Sasha but she is actually getting much better going into headspace. Visions of a funeral really jar Sasha into action. She has so many people who it would hurt her to lose. Can she figure out this mystery in time? How can she stop Baba Yaga and her admiral? Will she be able to find and s Sasha’s is a trouble magnet As Sasha’s life continues to be a tangle of trouble, she learns more about who her father is. The constant threats to her life are wearing her thin. Nero’s plans of her work day grate Sasha but she is actually getting much better going into headspace. Visions of a funeral really jar Sasha into action. She has so many people who it would hurt her to lose. Can she figure out this mystery in time? How can she stop Baba Yaga and her admiral? Will she be able to find and save Ariel?

  20. 4 out of 5

    Misty

    This book is a great continuation of the series. The pacing is good as always. There was a sad death too, be warned. There were also some nice twists. Some storylines are wrapped up and questions answered, but it also leaves you asking more questions (in a good way). I definitely want to know what happens next. For fans of Kit, she plays a bigger part in this story. I am voluntarily reviewing this book, gifted to me by the author, with no obligation.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Avephoenix

    I can't get enough of this series, and for me that I barely do long series, is just crazy to have found another series that captive my attention and leave me wanting more. A fabulous series with an amazing plot, intense, entertaining, intriguing, action-packed, a wonderful world-built, and characters that are very compelling, fun and great to read about! This is a series, you need to experience yourself. Can't wait to read book 5!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    I really enjoy this series, but this one felt a bit like a placeholder. Sasha trains, works on her powers, runs off without a plan or thinking things through....she is saved. Kit is growing on me, and I love the cat. Biggest complaint: how many frickin times must you mention Nero’s limbal rings? There has to be another way to describe his effing eyes. But fast paced, fun read - I love the characters and the world, and can’t wait to find out more about her family.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    I really love this series and this new adventure of Sasha was no exception. This well written book had a storyline that was fast paced, exciting, full of adventure, humorous on occasions and completely enthralling. Sasha Urban series just gets better and better. I have eagerly awaited this book and now I'm in anticipation of the next adventure.

  24. 4 out of 5

    JustALady

    More exciting adventures with Sasha and her friends. Her loyalty to them is incredible. Her slow burn romance with Nero is ... well.... teasing us all. I love the chemistry all the characters have. Just as with the other three books in this series, I was looking forward to more with each page. Now for book five. What can we expect next? I can’t wait to find out. Love it!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Paris

    Love this series This book series is so well written ! The main character is funny and Intelligent and the other characters are all really unique . The series is action packed and the story line is fast paced . I would recommend if you like supernatural, romance and magic genres x

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sahil Vidhani

    In this another explosive book from Dima Zales Sasha learns to control her ability completely, which makes this book a lot more interesting than the others. The way Dima mixes sci-fi with fantasy makes this (and his other books) better than some other author's books. Reading this book won't disappoint you, trust me!!!!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Malissa

    The amazing fantasy continues I love the intensifying chemistry between Nero and Sasha. I love how everything keeps me on my toes. Such a wonderful adventure. The characters are always adjusting and changing in their relationships and dynamics as in real life. A really wonderful series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Miroslava Vasileva

    Great forth book Sasha is Wilder than ever. And we get some more story with Nero and a close encounter with Baba Yaga.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    Loved it! I have absolutely loved this series so far and this books just adds to it! Loved seeing Nero’s “nicer” side. Definitely recommend!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Dunbar

    Supernatural on a high Sasha is tough, funny and loyal beyond fault. The vast array of characters keep coming and romance is constantly in the air.

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