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Rose Szabo's thrilling debut is a dark and thrilling novel about a teen girl who returns home to her strange, wild family after years of estrangement, perfect for fans of Wilder Girls. Eleanor Zarrin has been estranged from her wild family for years. When she flees boarding school after a horrifying incident, she goes to the only place she thinks is safe: the home she left Rose Szabo's thrilling debut is a dark and thrilling novel about a teen girl who returns home to her strange, wild family after years of estrangement, perfect for fans of Wilder Girls. Eleanor Zarrin has been estranged from her wild family for years. When she flees boarding school after a horrifying incident, she goes to the only place she thinks is safe: the home she left behind. But when she gets there, she struggles to fit in with her monstrous relatives, who prowl the woods around the family estate and read fortunes in the guts of birds. Eleanor finds herself desperately trying to hold the family together — in order to save them all, Eleanor must learn to embrace her family of monsters and tame the darkness inside her. Exquisitely terrifying, beautiful, and strange, this fierce gothic fantasy will sink its teeth into you and never let go.


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Rose Szabo's thrilling debut is a dark and thrilling novel about a teen girl who returns home to her strange, wild family after years of estrangement, perfect for fans of Wilder Girls. Eleanor Zarrin has been estranged from her wild family for years. When she flees boarding school after a horrifying incident, she goes to the only place she thinks is safe: the home she left Rose Szabo's thrilling debut is a dark and thrilling novel about a teen girl who returns home to her strange, wild family after years of estrangement, perfect for fans of Wilder Girls. Eleanor Zarrin has been estranged from her wild family for years. When she flees boarding school after a horrifying incident, she goes to the only place she thinks is safe: the home she left behind. But when she gets there, she struggles to fit in with her monstrous relatives, who prowl the woods around the family estate and read fortunes in the guts of birds. Eleanor finds herself desperately trying to hold the family together — in order to save them all, Eleanor must learn to embrace her family of monsters and tame the darkness inside her. Exquisitely terrifying, beautiful, and strange, this fierce gothic fantasy will sink its teeth into you and never let go.

30 review for What Big Teeth

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nilufer Ozmekik

    This is bizarre, ultra disturbing, mind shattering, shocking! After seeing this impressively beautiful but also extremely terrifying cover that gives you churning stomach, shaking hands, flabbergasted mental state : you truly expect something evil comes out to haunt you down! You’re not mistaken my friends, this book froze my blood, I keep trembling since I read the impactful prologue! Somebody has wider teeth to create a true bloody massacre! This book is creepier than entire Tim Burton movies This is bizarre, ultra disturbing, mind shattering, shocking! After seeing this impressively beautiful but also extremely terrifying cover that gives you churning stomach, shaking hands, flabbergasted mental state : you truly expect something evil comes out to haunt you down! You’re not mistaken my friends, this book froze my blood, I keep trembling since I read the impactful prologue! Somebody has wider teeth to create a true bloody massacre! This book is creepier than entire Tim Burton movies ( and Helena Bonham Carter’s entire wardrobe) It’s like triple scarier version of Dark Shadows meets Addams Family with a little Beetlejuice Vibes ( unfortunately the villain of the story is not like adorable like Mr. Keaton- my one and only Batman-) Let’s take a quick look to the synopsis for giving you more juicy details to help you understand why I am still screaming after closing the last page of the book! (And entire neighborhood already witnessed high capacity of my poor vocal cords) Eleanor has been sent to Saint Brigid Boarding School by her grandmother Persephone, haven’t heard from her family for a long time. With her whiteish hair, pale face and sharp dental structure, she’s a easy target for the bullies of the school but one day she decides to become hunter after being prey for a long time. She did a bad bad thing ( background song: Chris Isaak’s Baby did a bad bad thing ) and ran away from the school, jumping on a train to go back to family house! As soon as she arrives she finds out her not so sweet grandma already sees her arrival via cards and entire family organized a dinner to welcome her with open arms! We are introduced to the weirdest and creepiest family members you may hardly imagine! Her mother looks like half sea creature lives in a washtub. His father seems like he isn’t pleased to see her. Her sister acts weird, extra cheerful, keeps wrestling with their bulky, threatening cousin and her grandpa Miklos is half wolf who likes to eat fresh animal inner organs for dinner! Let’s not forget their family friend tempting Arthur: it seems like everybody likes him way too much ! (Eleanor has to fight with her sister and cousin to earn his attention! ) Weird family, very awkward and dysfunctional relationship patterns and after one of them dies, everything gets out of control! I’m stopping here but I assure you the things you’ll read from now on is getting crazier, more confusing, frightening! I had at least 100 WTH moments! Expect the unexpected! I love creative craziness that gives me fidgeting, goose bumps! More anxious I get, feel more connected with the story ! I’m rounding up my 4.5 stars to this unusual, unconventional, dark, bloody, horrifying 5 stars to this nightmarish story! Especially the last revelations and unexpected twists were well developed. Never ever see that coming! Special thanks to NetGalley and Macmillan Children Publishing Group/ Farrar, Straus and Giroux for sharing this digital reviewer copy with me in exchange my honest thoughts.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nenia ✨️ I yeet my books back and forth ✨️ Campbell

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Sometimes when I'm reading a book, I imagine the characters with real people, but this was a book I pictured in animation because it has the sort of phantasmagorical surrealism that can only really be achieved in the abstract. WHAT BIG TEETH has mixed reviews because it is a densely stylistic book that copies the moody, brooding atmosphere of 1970s Gothic melodramas and exploitation horror films, and the two books I can really think of t Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Sometimes when I'm reading a book, I imagine the characters with real people, but this was a book I pictured in animation because it has the sort of phantasmagorical surrealism that can only really be achieved in the abstract. WHAT BIG TEETH has mixed reviews because it is a densely stylistic book that copies the moody, brooding atmosphere of 1970s Gothic melodramas and exploitation horror films, and the two books I can really think of that are like this book that have been published (somewhat) recently are Tanith Lee's DARK DANCE and Annette Curtis Klause's BLOOD AND CHOCOLATE. The less you know about this book going in, the better. All you know from the beginning is that Eleanor is a teenage girl who is coming home from Catholic boarding school under troubling circumstances. Her family is an Addams family-esque cast of horrors, only considerably less lovable, and tying them all together is a backstory of tragedy and ruin and cyclical violence that is about to repeat... Unless Eleanor can do something. For like 95% of this story, I waffled between a 4 and a 5 because the prose is wonderful, the style is evocative, and it just really, really captures the mood of a Gothic-- claustrophobic, darkly enchanting, and even a little bit romantic-- which not all authors can do. This is my first book by Rose Szabo and I can guarantee you it won't be the last; I will read anything they put out there with a sophisticated debut like this. The reason I ultimately settled on a 4 was because it just got a little *too weird* and I had a lot of questions about Eleanor's family's origins that weren't really resolved to my satisfaction. I guess after sitting with a book for almost 400 pages, I wanted concrete answers and closure, and I didn't really get that here, even if the journey was still worth it because getting there was so fun. That said, this is one of those YA that I think is best for older teens. I would compare it to Elana K. Arnold's DAMSEL in terms of the mature themes and upsetting content. In some ways, I almost feel like this would have been better if it were marketed towards adults, as I feel like the sophistication of the writing and the convoluted story might be lost on some younger readers. But for adults who love YA and Gothics, or enjoy the feeling of getting sucked into a dark story, I think this will be a hit. Thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review! 4 to 4.5 stars

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tim

    It had to happen. 2021 was obviously going too good in terms of my reading. I'd already hit 10 books, two of which were 5 star reads (which I don't give out that frequently). While most of the books were 3 star reads, there was nothing particularly bad. It was looking like a pretty great reading year with not a bad book in sight. Then I read this. Let me state this flat out. I. Hate. This. Book. Very few books manage to actively make me mad while reading them, congrats book, you're one of the fe It had to happen. 2021 was obviously going too good in terms of my reading. I'd already hit 10 books, two of which were 5 star reads (which I don't give out that frequently). While most of the books were 3 star reads, there was nothing particularly bad. It was looking like a pretty great reading year with not a bad book in sight. Then I read this. Let me state this flat out. I. Hate. This. Book. Very few books manage to actively make me mad while reading them, congrats book, you're one of the few. Plot (using the description from the book as I don't feel like wasting any more time on it): "Eleanor Zarrin has been estranged from her wild family for years. When she flees boarding school after a horrifying incident, she goes to the only place she thinks is safe: the home she left behind. But when she gets there, she struggles to fit in with her monstrous relatives, who prowl the woods around the family estate and read fortunes in the guts of birds. Eleanor finds herself desperately trying to hold the family together―in order to save them all, Eleanor must learn to embrace her family of monsters and tame the darkness inside her." Alright, at first I was completely down with this. It started with a very Adams Family-vibe to it and I was intrigued by the mysterious aspects of the characters. I liked figuring out what they truly were and I loved the grandfather's vague dialogue that said so much while saying so little at times (his stories of his childhood "without words" in particular impressed me). Then we started learning more about the family and everything went to hell. You know what makes the Adams Family charming? They're a loving family. They may be insane, or monsters and occasionally frightening, but they always show some love toward each-other. Hell, they love other outsiders as well. If someone came up to the Adams' house pretending to be a long lost relative, they would take them in. Not because they believed it (The Adams family take great pride in keeping up with their family tree) but because if you were in need of family, they would take you in. They accepted outsiders. This book... it's the opposite. There is none of that charm here. I hated every character here. I hated their casual cruelty, their constant doubt, their numerous faults without any charm to make up for it. The characters are either too bland, or they go to great lengths to be terrible. Even the most interesting had done something so horrible that I wondered who I was supposed to cheer for. Before you say "but Tim, maybe that was the point!" Do not give this book that much credit. It is clear we're supposed to like some of these characters. I just see no reason to do so. Now plenty of good books have been written with unlikable characters. I'm saying this book wasn't good enough to pull it off. What could have been an interesting story is instead just frustrating. What is the take away from this book? Family is more important than anything? Doesn't matter if they abandon you, fear you, threaten to kill you, hit you and tell you you are unwanted.... to need to always stand by them? To hell with that message. By the end I only felt pity towards our lead and the story she was trapped in. You know what the worst part is? I actually really liked this at first. After a wonderful opening and the mystery mentioned above, I was open to pretty much loving this. I kept reading because I sat there going "no, you're not going to ruin this. We're going to correct course any page" and yet it didn't. Even when we hit the point that my brain recognized as the point of no return, I still wanted to hope. Correct course? No, the book became a train wreck in slow motion while being on the train. I could see the wreck about to happen, but could nothing in other than stare in disbelief because it had to correct itself. Well, it didn't. So here I am writing an actively angry review. I guess at least the book made me feel a strong emotion. Most likely not what it was aiming for. 1/5 stars

  4. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    oh, this looks and sounds kinda perfect Blog | Instagram | Youtube | Ko-fi | Spotify | Twitch oh, this looks and sounds kinda perfect Blog | Instagram | Youtube | Ko-fi | Spotify | Twitch

  5. 5 out of 5

    Tricia Levenseller

    I should read more horror, because I really enjoy it. And this one was fabulous! Don’t miss it when it releases next year!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Melanie (mells_view)

    ”I’ve been alone for so long that I can’t remember what it feels like to belong,” What Big Teeth is YA gothic fantasy perfection. It has a dark and dreary vibe, but somehow is still incredibly colorful and exciting. It’s full of impactful metaphors for love, loneliness, self worth, and relationships. I love how Eleanor, the lead character, and the Zarrin family are sort of revealed to us slowly and layer by layer. We meet werewolves, but eventually learn a deeper story and dive into navigating a ”I’ve been alone for so long that I can’t remember what it feels like to belong,” What Big Teeth is YA gothic fantasy perfection. It has a dark and dreary vibe, but somehow is still incredibly colorful and exciting. It’s full of impactful metaphors for love, loneliness, self worth, and relationships. I love how Eleanor, the lead character, and the Zarrin family are sort of revealed to us slowly and layer by layer. We meet werewolves, but eventually learn a deeper story and dive into navigating a mystery about her family and her past. Eleanor is the main character for sure, and we follow her journey from fleeing her boarding school to trying to relearn her own family. She’s terrified of them, but she has nowhere else to go. It’s been years since she’s seen them, and they are monsters! “She’s nothing like them,” or is she? This book for sure nails that spooky kooky gothic vibe. A gothic old house, a cast of monsters, ghosts, wary townspeople, and other things. There’s nothing light about this book in my opinion. It’s dark and sort of sad, and has its own unique vibe even if it’s reminiscent of other fictional monster families. Eleanor is trying to fit in with and have meaning in her family, and while doing so she’s putting them in boxes in her head that aren’t right. Eleanor sort of discovers who she is and what is right and what is wrong. I kind of wanted to shake her for most of the book, and tell her to open her eyes, but in the end I understood her and her journey a bit better. There’s some mystery and some thrills, but simply put this story is just an entertaining YA gothic fantasy following a sort of creepy teen girl, trying to understand and fit into her seemingly mismatched family. I think that there are plenty of messages and deeper meanings in this story that people will be able to pull out and feel a connection to. I know I highlighted so many lines that just felt like they had deeper meaning than the context they were said in. I’d say if you enjoyed the Addams Family films, and wish they were a little more emo, then you’ll LOVE this book. I did. Can’t wait to read more from this author. AVAILABLE NOW! *ARC

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amy Imogene Reads

    This debut is filled with teeth, ominous undertones, and horror-set vibes. A very interesting debut, even if it didn't jive for me personally. Concepts: ★★★★★ Writing style ★★ Use of speculative elements: ★★★ 1/2 Pacing: ★★★ Overall Enjoyment: ★★★ 1/2 Eleanor Zarrin has been away at boarding school for many, many years. But it's time to come home—she has no choice. What greets her at home is her family...shapeshifters, eldritch horrors mixed with human features, the family friend who eats nothing and This debut is filled with teeth, ominous undertones, and horror-set vibes. A very interesting debut, even if it didn't jive for me personally. Concepts: ★★★★★ Writing style ★★ Use of speculative elements: ★★★ 1/2 Pacing: ★★★ Overall Enjoyment: ★★★ 1/2 Eleanor Zarrin has been away at boarding school for many, many years. But it's time to come home—she has no choice. What greets her at home is her family...shapeshifters, eldritch horrors mixed with human features, the family friend who eats nothing and gleams in the moonlight, and her fortune-telling grandmother holding it all together. But when Eleanor's grandmother dies violently over the tarot card deck while reading Eleanor's fortune, things start to turn sour in the Zarrin household. With no where to turn to and feeling trapped by her family's suspicions and distanced aloofness, Eleanor finds a letter from her other grandmother locked in a chest. She decides to invite her to come to the Zarrin house. It would be nice to meet her other grandmother... But no one in the Zarrin household—whether they have teeth, sea-skin, or blackened maws—is ready for the Other Grandmother. Least of all Eleanor. "You take after your other grandmother, Eleanor," they said. They never meant it as a compliment. My thoughts: So for those who know my reading tastes, this seems like the perfect read. Right? That makes it extra painful to share that I really... didn't mesh with this story at all. It might the case of it's me, not the book. Definitely take all of the below with a grain of salt. In particular, I found it extremely hard to get into the groove with the way the story was told. Basic plot facts were purposefully dangled and never explained, and yet we spent a lot of time on physical descriptions and internal thought processes, so the lack of plot depth became frustrating as opposed to interesting. It left me with a very uneven sense of what was even happening—and NOT in a good way like a typical mysterious horror set-up. If we'd been vague in all things, it would have made sense as a style choice, but with way too much time spent with Eleanor's thoughts on mundane teenage romance feelings and descriptions of the settings the lack of plot knowledge felt like a lack of building. I also thought that the pacing seemed off, but that could be tied to my frustrations with the way the story unfolded. The first half felt like we were in a holding pattern, and while the vague, horror "What's happening??" atmosphere worked for the first 100 pages... I got bored waiting for the shoe to drop and the plot to begin. And when it did begin, then I was frustrated that we veered away from that and decided to focus on a romantic subplot that didn't seem to make sense in the story. Without spoilers I can't say much, but if you'd just snipped out the romance it would have been a lot stronger. It was a distraction, for me, and an added frustration when combined with the rest of this (vagueness, lack of plot action, etc). But I did find the ending worked out well. It was worth the wait, and even though it became easy to predict the further you read, that lack of surprise did not take away from the satisfaction of the moment. Overall, definitely check this one out if the cover appeals to you and you're a fan of horror and speculative fiction. Thank you to the publisher via NetGalley for an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review. Blog | Instagram

  8. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea Humphrey

    DNF @ 39% I can tell that this one isn't going to be for me, and I don't want to press on just for the purpose of writing a poor review when it could be the perfect read for someone else. My issues mainly lie in the fact that I'm so incredibly confused with what is going on and the purpose behind the story. Hopefully, this gorgeous cover will reel in the reader who will appreciate this book. *Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy. DNF @ 39% I can tell that this one isn't going to be for me, and I don't want to press on just for the purpose of writing a poor review when it could be the perfect read for someone else. My issues mainly lie in the fact that I'm so incredibly confused with what is going on and the purpose behind the story. Hopefully, this gorgeous cover will reel in the reader who will appreciate this book. *Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy.

  9. 4 out of 5

    h o l l i s

    This wasn't quite what I was expecting after being hooked by that absolutely incredible cover and then, very quickly after, by the pitch. I honestly don't quite know what this was. It's such a hodge podge of so many things, and almost feels like twelve different stories in one -- a bizarre mix of everything in the pantry plus the kitchen sink -- and so sometimes I would love a taste, other times I would wonder who thought to mix such things together and why, and then even still I would just be hu This wasn't quite what I was expecting after being hooked by that absolutely incredible cover and then, very quickly after, by the pitch. I honestly don't quite know what this was. It's such a hodge podge of so many things, and almost feels like twelve different stories in one -- a bizarre mix of everything in the pantry plus the kitchen sink -- and so sometimes I would love a taste, other times I would wonder who thought to mix such things together and why, and then even still I would just be hunting for the other shoe before it could drop.. even though I thought I was already wearing both shoes. Does any of this make sense? Likely not. Probably because of so many mixed metaphors. But it feels fitting. I was tempted to leave this unrated because I truly don't know how to feel about this but ultimately even considering the bits I liked, it all just feels like.. not cohesive? Weirdly stitched together? Better yet.. you know that feeling you get when your long sleeved shirt is bunched up high on your arm under your hoodie? The shirt is comfortable, the sweatshirt even moreso, but you are highly uncomfortable anyway. That's maybe the best I can do. Separately everything about this, on its own, and maybe even in some combinations, are things I like. All together? Bizarre. Strange. Weird. Pick a synonym. Having said that, there is definitely going to be an audience for this. I read this two months early and I already see a lot of advance praise for it. So take this review, as always, with a grain o'salt. 2.5 stars ** I received an ARC from the publisher (thank you!) in exchange for an honest review. ** ---- This review can also be found at A Take From Two Cities.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Angela Staudt

    Thank you to BookishFirst and the publisher for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. What Big Teeth has to be the strangest book I’ve ever read. I honestly have never read anything like this, and the dark and bizarre atmosphere had me flipping pages to figure out what was going on. First off, let’s just take a moment to admire one of the creepiest, but most amazing covers out there. The cover is what first drew me in to this book and after the first chapter which was so weird, I knew this was Thank you to BookishFirst and the publisher for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. What Big Teeth has to be the strangest book I’ve ever read. I honestly have never read anything like this, and the dark and bizarre atmosphere had me flipping pages to figure out what was going on. First off, let’s just take a moment to admire one of the creepiest, but most amazing covers out there. The cover is what first drew me in to this book and after the first chapter which was so weird, I knew this was going to be a wild ride. Eleanor Zarrin, the main character, runs away from boarding school back home to her family in the woods. An incident happened at school, so she did the only thing she could she went back home. Right away we find out her family is not a normal family. She has been gone for years and her family acts like nothing has changed. Oh, and her family? The weirdest, strangest, most bizarre family ever, but I just loved how weird they were. Eleanor’s grandfather, father, sister, and cousin are all wolves, well they shapeshift into wolves. Eleanor’s grandmother is a witch, and her mother spends 90% of her day in a bathtub because she has polyps all over her body. Eleanor’s aunt does not speak at all and spends her days cleaning and cooking for everyone. The strange, but likeable family friend Arthur, always seems to be around and never leaves the property. Her family is a family of monsters. I think the best part about this family is that they are all normal in their eyes, they kind of remind me of the Addam’s family. No one bats an eye when grandfather turns half into a wolf to eat dinner, or that her mother sits in a tub wherever she is. Shortly after returning home Eleanor’s grandmother dies and her dying words were for Eleanor to keep the family safe and don’t let any strangers in. No one in the family really likes Eleanor, but she wants to do what her grandmother asked so she starts taking control of the household. Her family seems somewhat disappointed in her because she isn’t a wolf like them, but she does have something strange about her. Eight years ago, her grandmother saw her do something and sent her away and to never come back. Since being home, we get to slowly figure out what Eleanor did eight years ago, as well as, what incident occurred at the boarding school. Honestly, this book was a whirlwind full of just very strange things happening. I think it wasn’t until after fifty percent of the way through that i started to understand where things were going. The story did wrap itself up in a good way and I felt like a lot of my questions were answered. I just had trouble with needing more information throughout the book. I am not kidding when I say so many bizarre things happen in this book, but a lot of it is never in depth. It just occurs and then is never brought up again. I spent the majority of this book confused and frightened, but somehow it worked for me. It was over the top, and I still don’t really know what the point of the story was, but I did enjoy it. If the purpose was to be a completely off the wall book that had me completely intrigued to read it almost entirely in one sitting then it did the job. I don’t even know if my review made sense, but if you want a totally peculiar book full of crazy and weird characters and an even weirder plot, I would highly suggest What Big Teeth. 3.5 stars rounded up to 4 stars.

  11. 5 out of 5

    hillary ☾ ⋆*・゚:⋆

    2.5 stars My love is a haunted house, a ghost possessing his own body, a fire that burns itself alive. Since last year, after reading Wilder Girls, I’m always on the lookout for something that sounds sciency and weird on that same level. This book is in fact compared to WG (spoiler alert: that’s a total lie). Plus it sounded like a good time (and it was at first), but in the end it didn’t impress me at all. It leaves you groping in the dark for the majority of it with nothing to grab onto. You 2.5 stars My love is a haunted house, a ghost possessing his own body, a fire that burns itself alive. Since last year, after reading Wilder Girls, I’m always on the lookout for something that sounds sciency and weird on that same level. This book is in fact compared to WG (spoiler alert: that’s a total lie). Plus it sounded like a good time (and it was at first), but in the end it didn’t impress me at all. It leaves you groping in the dark for the majority of it with nothing to grab onto. You don’t even understand half of what is going on in the family, and then when the main conflict is finally presented to you it doesn’t feel satisfying enough. It’s cliché and drawn-out and boring. From my perspective this book was a slow and tortuous journey that seemed interesting till it revealed its lack of an organized plot. What I liked about this book was the atmosphere and imagery because I thought they were original. The quirky characters are also interesting and unpredictable in a good way. Almost all of them are unapologetically queer, which made things even better. I liked how that played into the family drama. Though I can’t say I have a favorite; I especially didn’t like the main character and how she thinks she is better than anyone else. Her relationship with Arthur is so freaking annoying I couldn’t stop rolling my eyes. I couldn’t stand the fact that he’s much older than the teens but all of them are in love with him even with that age difference. He’s described as adult-looking with a bald head, so that’s where my problems with the romance got bigger and insurmountable. Sometimes with fantasy I can get over the age gap, but in this book it made me very uncomfortable. The main character remembers when as a child she used to play piano with him ffs #nothankyou. But even without this issue the romance is just full-on cringey. It includes “I’m not like other girls” moments (also alluding to her sister there, wooow) and isn’t that just fun. tl;dr ↴

  12. 5 out of 5

    Deanna Reads and Sleeps

    Thanks a bunch to Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group, the Fierce Reads team, and Netgalley for my copy of What Big Teeth! . What immediately drew me to this book was its absolutely stunning cover. A beautiful cover will always grab my attention, and the premise was full of promise that I was sure to enjoy. But I didn’t. In fact, this was unfortunately one of the most frustrating books I’ve read in a long time. Something about Eleanor makes her an outsider in a family of monsters, enough to make so Thanks a bunch to Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group, the Fierce Reads team, and Netgalley for my copy of What Big Teeth! . What immediately drew me to this book was its absolutely stunning cover. A beautiful cover will always grab my attention, and the premise was full of promise that I was sure to enjoy. But I didn’t. In fact, this was unfortunately one of the most frustrating books I’ve read in a long time. Something about Eleanor makes her an outsider in a family of monsters, enough to make some of them fear her. That in itself was fascinating, but because she’s been estranged for years and a major event in her memory has been blocked out, she doesn’t know anything. ANYTHING. For almost the entirety of the book Eleanor is lost, confused, and terrified. Every decision she makes is questionable and her thought process is jumbled from start to finish. Along with that, many of the cast of characters we’re introduced to aren’t greatly explored. Some act like children, some we are given very little on though their impact is lasting in the story, which again, was frustrating, some we never quite learn anything about, some are described but not explained….I know you can’t always look at monstrous characters and expect them to act within a typical human standard, and that's fine! But I needed more than strange, quirky traits. These are characters that surround our protagonist for the entirety of the novel and I can barely tell you anything about them. Even moments that are supposed to provide clarity can still leave you with a lot of questions because of the way its given to us. It’s a whole lot of a little bit here, and little bit there, a tiny plot line there, a small memory here…but none of the puzzle pieces really come together in a coherent way. Frustrating. Then there was the unwelcome surprise of homophobia that, to me, seemed left mostly unchallenged?? Why? I’m hoping I misread it. I spent the majority of this book in a cycle of confusion and, you guessed it, frustration. It was a bummer because I was really looking forward to it. I think Rose Szabo is talented and they can create some really unique worlds! Unfortunately, this one was just not for me. Hopefully their next book will be my cup of tea.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Althea | themoonwholistens ☾

    give me all the diverse gothic books

  14. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    *throws money down aggressively* *throws money down aggressively*

  15. 5 out of 5

    Fal

    An eery gothic experience, Szabo weaves an unsettling story of generational evils, grotesque people and actions, and the ones we let in our lives. It's horror, but Lite. There are many reasons to read this, but the atmosphere and setting was the icing on the cake - the Zarrin's secluded house, the surrounding woods, and the family who sent her away. What Big Teeth follows Eleanor returning to her estranged family after a mysterious incident forces her to leave her fancy boarding school. When one An eery gothic experience, Szabo weaves an unsettling story of generational evils, grotesque people and actions, and the ones we let in our lives. It's horror, but Lite. There are many reasons to read this, but the atmosphere and setting was the icing on the cake - the Zarrin's secluded house, the surrounding woods, and the family who sent her away. What Big Teeth follows Eleanor returning to her estranged family after a mysterious incident forces her to leave her fancy boarding school. When one of her family members dies, she calls on her mysterious Grandmère to get the family in line. Except, Grandmère may have plans of her own, sinister plans... I really enjoyed this, even when I was more than a little creeped out. This book felt the good kind of creepy bingeable. Though it is quite slow paced, it makes you want to stay up all night, lights off, with nothing but a flash light illuminating the pages. Szabo’s masterfully creates an atmosphere and town wreaked with the consequences and legacies of the past - those choices follow the Zarrin family until they must reckon with who they are, and what they’ve let into their house. I loved getting to know Eleanor and the Zarrin family. I think, my only criticism is that I felt that as a reader we were left in the dark a little too long. I think we could have benefited knowing some of the reveals a little earlier. To recap: Reasons to Read -a fan of YA gothic literature -a fun, atmospheric and unsettling, creepy read -LGBT+ representation -Slow but steady pacing with great rewards 4/5 Stars Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for giving me an e-ARC in exchange for my honest review. ________________ So, I got an ARC of this 🤩

  16. 5 out of 5

    ❀ Alex ❀ (The Scribe Owl)

    See this review and more at my blog, The Scribe Owl! Thank you to Xpresso Book Tours for an ARC in exchange for an honest review! 3.5/5 stars I've read a lot of books, but let me tell you--this is one of the most bizarre books I've read! And that's not a bad thing. I love books that are so out there that I've never read anything like it before! For someone who can't handle a horror novel, I love a creepy gothic read. This book fulfilled that perfectly! The atmosphere, the urban fantasy worldbuildin See this review and more at my blog, The Scribe Owl! Thank you to Xpresso Book Tours for an ARC in exchange for an honest review! 3.5/5 stars I've read a lot of books, but let me tell you--this is one of the most bizarre books I've read! And that's not a bad thing. I love books that are so out there that I've never read anything like it before! For someone who can't handle a horror novel, I love a creepy gothic read. This book fulfilled that perfectly! The atmosphere, the urban fantasy worldbuilding...it was perfect! Eleanor Zarrin has been estranged from her wild family for years. When she flees boarding school after a horrifying incident, she goes to the only place she thinks is safe: the home she left behind. But when she gets there, she struggles to fit in with her monstrous relatives, who prowl the woods around the family estate and read fortunes in the guts of birds. Eleanor finds herself desperately trying to hold the family together — in order to save them all, Eleanor must learn to embrace her family of monsters and tame the darkness inside her. Exquisitely terrifying, beautiful, and strange, this fierce gothic fantasy will sink its teeth into you and never let go. I'm not sorry, but I requested this book entirely on the stunning cover alone! I read the synopsis afterward, but that brilliant cover is an instant money grab! It conveys the tone and mood of the book in the best possible way. It would be worth getting a physical copy for the cover alone! The best part of What Big Teeth by far is the gothic atmosphere. As I said, I don't do horror, but I love gothic books! The writing and the setting blend together perfectly to create a dark ambiance that carries through the book and makes it perfectly creepy. What Big Teeth is the kind of book you go into for the creepiness alone. Although I liked the characters well enough, they weren't one of the best parts. The main romance felt very forced in my opinion, as well as insta-lovey. I loved the family dynamics, though! Not enough YA books have families. Sometimes we'll get a sister or brother or something, but I'm about sick of books on orphans. Though I loved many elements of What Big Teeth, there were definitely gaps. For instance, when does the book take place? I would have loved to know. It seemed like modern-day, or at least close enough, but they were talking about record players and there seemed to be no internet. I get that they appeared to be in a very isolated place that might not have caught up to the rest of the world, but there were just little details here and there that kept me guessing. This isn't that much of a big deal, but it kept me confused the whole time. My final guess is that it took place sometime in the late 60s, but I would love to know for real! I assumed from the title that this is a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood, but it definitely isn't. While some of the family are werewolves, there is no Big Bad Wolf. This is neither a bad nor a good thing, but if you're looking for a retelling this isn't it. I had a great time with this read! It was definitely a solid gothic novel and it'll probably be entering my rotation of spooky books to read in the fall!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Jayyn

    🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁 (five stars as rated in Eleanor's mother's bathtub) What exactly is Eleanor Zarrin? Born into a family of *mostly* werewolves, one would think she'd follow suit. And yet, she has no fur or snout or shape-shifting ability to speak of. She is no witch like her aunt. Nor is she water dweller like her mother. In fact, no one at all seems sure of exactly what Eleanor is, least of all Eleanor herself. But she's about to find out. And my, oh my, what big teeth she has... What's this, a Gothic horror 🛁🛁🛁🛁🛁 (five stars as rated in Eleanor's mother's bathtub) What exactly is Eleanor Zarrin? Born into a family of *mostly* werewolves, one would think she'd follow suit. And yet, she has no fur or snout or shape-shifting ability to speak of. She is no witch like her aunt. Nor is she water dweller like her mother. In fact, no one at all seems sure of exactly what Eleanor is, least of all Eleanor herself. But she's about to find out. And my, oh my, what big teeth she has... What's this, a Gothic horror novel with a twist on popular folk monsters?? Be still my beating heart because this is the book of my DREAMS! Y'all, this book really goes places. The premise is completely brilliant and the execution of it was just....*chefs kiss.* When I finally put things together at the end... when I realized WHAT (or should I say whom?) Eleanor is supposed to be I felt so dang foolish for having overlooked it. But the pieces are laid out so brilliantly that the answer just isn't terribly obvious! Bah. I loved it. Also, (view spoiler)[ the touch of a romance at the end had me feeling A LOT. It is so small, barely a blip in the overall novel, but just as beautiful and powerful as if it had dominated half the pages. Admittedly, I went back and re-read the small bit we were given, which is the TRUE indication of good romance, imo. (hide spoiler)] Content warnings for this book: physical abuse, absent parent, death of an animal, arson, blood gore, graphic depictions, bullying, murder, death of a child, homophobia, manipulation, toxic relationship, mind control, violence, mob mentality

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mallory

    This was a very unique and creepy story. I was riveted and while the story flowed in untraditional ways I was able to go with that flow. Some families share talents like athletics or art. The Zarrin family is made of monsters. The prologue shows us a group of children running after an innocent boy, chasing him as wolves and monsters and it ends with one little girl feeling hungry, opening her mouth, and falling to the ground where her memory ends. Eleanor was sent away to boarding school even th This was a very unique and creepy story. I was riveted and while the story flowed in untraditional ways I was able to go with that flow. Some families share talents like athletics or art. The Zarrin family is made of monsters. The prologue shows us a group of children running after an innocent boy, chasing him as wolves and monsters and it ends with one little girl feeling hungry, opening her mouth, and falling to the ground where her memory ends. Eleanor was sent away to boarding school even though no one in her family ever leaves and there she stays for years until she forgets what running barefoot through the Forrest feels like. This is the story of her return home. To magic she had forgotten and thrown into a family she no longer understands. This was a beautifully written story full of surrealism and magic. It’s also about a girl trying to figure out exactly who she is and where she may fit not only in her family but the world. This is a great debut and I hope to read more from Rose Szabo in the future.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    ... ... ... ... What an utterly bizarre book. Like, without a doubt, probably the oddest thing I've read all year. Full review at Write, Read, Repeat I dipped into this expecting a dark horror, especially given that fabulous cover. However, while the first few pages held some absolute god-tier haunted house imagery, things got weird pretty quick. The best word that comes to mind when I think about this book: kooky. A creepy, kooky, quirky story. Once I figured out that this was more The Addams Family ... ... ... ... What an utterly bizarre book. Like, without a doubt, probably the oddest thing I've read all year. Full review at Write, Read, Repeat I dipped into this expecting a dark horror, especially given that fabulous cover. However, while the first few pages held some absolute god-tier haunted house imagery, things got weird pretty quick. The best word that comes to mind when I think about this book: kooky. A creepy, kooky, quirky story. Once I figured out that this was more The Addams Family than anything else, things made a lot more sense. This is very much, for the first half, at least, a family of monsters going about their day to day lives in the wake of a family loss. Zarrin family roll call! We've got Eleanor, who has come back after years away. She seems to be the normal one of the bunch, but something isn't quite right. Then we've got the wolves: dad, grandpa, sister and cousin to Eleanor. They are shapeshifters who are terribly impolite and get into more scraps than should be acceptable. Mother spends all her time in bathtubs, which keeps the polyps on her body in control. Grandma is a witch, dabbling in fortune telling and poisonous plants. Auntie is a huge, silent woman who handles the cooking and cleaning, and Arthur is a family friend. Always around when you need him and never eating or aging. As far as main characters go, Eleanor was a bit of a tough pill to swallow sometimes. In some instances she came across as kind of ... naïve? Of course, you have to consider her history when you judge her. Her grandmother sent her away to boarding school for eight years. She wasn't allowed to come home during holidays, and she wrote a hundred letters without receiving a single response. Then she comes back home and no one is particularly warm to her. So when you take all that in, no one can exactly blame her for believing every word of the one character with the flashing neon sign above her head saying Don't Trust Me. She has the best interests of her family at heart, and she latches onto the chance to be able to take care of them after so long away, but it often came across as too try-hard. Honestly, as far as main characters go, I am rather indifferent to her. The plot felt like it took a long time to ground itself and get onto the right path. The inciting incident for this story is when Eleanor witnesses her grandmother's death, but the implications it has don't seem to be felt until much later. Even at the halfway mark, I still wasn't sure on where the narrative was going, since we just kept turning up more secrets that never seemed to amount to much. It was still engaging, but in hindsight it wasn't all that interesting, especially when the main character keeps being shoved aside. The love interest situation was really just a cause for concern. Or bewilderment. We are given very little of a handle on Arthur throughout. We're unclear on his age, his height, his appearance. All we know is he has smoky glasses and half of the family is in love with him. No, I'm not kidding. On top of Eleanor being interested in Arthur, her sister, cousin and father all chase after him. It's explained later on, but it just made the weird even weirder. I've written this review out and I still don't know if I've given this the right words. Was it so weird it was good? Or absolutely awful? Instead, we'll land smack dab in the middle.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Maegan (wonderland.looking.glass)

    Rating: 1⭐️ Thank you to the publisher for gifting me and arc via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unfortunately I could not finish this book as it was not for me. I found it to be very gruesome and horrid, while also being very confusing. I did not know what was going on at all. The chapters are very long so I feel like a lot of the information got lost in the chapter transitions. I found myself forgetting things that seemed to be important because of all the unnecessary detail. It’s Rating: 1⭐️ Thank you to the publisher for gifting me and arc via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Unfortunately I could not finish this book as it was not for me. I found it to be very gruesome and horrid, while also being very confusing. I did not know what was going on at all. The chapters are very long so I feel like a lot of the information got lost in the chapter transitions. I found myself forgetting things that seemed to be important because of all the unnecessary detail. It’s set in an old world but still felt very current which was also confusing. I didn’t like the family’s relationship with Arthur. It was weird and it felt like they were almost holding him hostage in their everyday relations. The cousins all felt very young even though I assumed them to be about high school age. They would go “play” on their downtime which made them sound like children. I didn’t really like the writing style either. Unfortunately this was not for me but hopefully some else who reads it enjoys it.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Fanna

    May 22, 2020: The cover for this YA paranormal has just been revealed and it's the most beautifully terrifying thing ever! May 22, 2020: The cover for this YA paranormal has just been revealed and it's the most beautifully terrifying thing ever!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Chaotic Energy

    DNF at 30 percent I simply can't with this book. For three reasons. The plot, characters, and overall flow/writing style Plot First off, the plot is so boring.I could predict everything if I wanted to, and it was just so choppy. It was this happened, then that then that. There was no flow, no ease to the writing. It was very unoriginal and I was very excited for this book. Thanks hype, you let me down again. I wanted some dramatic twist that would hook me, keep me reading. And it tried, oh yes it DNF at 30 percent I simply can't with this book. For three reasons. The plot, characters, and overall flow/writing style Plot First off, the plot is so boring.I could predict everything if I wanted to, and it was just so choppy. It was this happened, then that then that. There was no flow, no ease to the writing. It was very unoriginal and I was very excited for this book. Thanks hype, you let me down again. I wanted some dramatic twist that would hook me, keep me reading. And it tried, oh yes it did, but it tried too hard. It just didn't make sense. I could sniff that horrible romance approaching and I closed the book fast. Not in this household. Characters Next, the characters. So 2D, static, unchanging pieces of garbage. I felt absolutely nothing for them. To think Below and Edward are bland? Read this book. At least they have more than one or two personality traits. Characters are a big part of books for me, and this one we t way off the target. No thank you. I just didn't get their motives, why they did things, who they cared about. It was just random unneeded drama a that turned my bookish loving heart down. Writing Style Now, the writing style. It tried so hard to be poetic and dramatic it failed miserably. I just wish I had never read this book, because my 2021 reading was going so well!! I just was cinging left and right. And in a quote there was agreeing to traditional gender rolls and toxic masculinity. No ❤ Final Thoughts This book isn't the worst I've read, which is why it's not a one, but it came very close to that rating. I think the concept was unoriginal, the characters pathetic, and the writing style is a try-hard. It's just not a good book for me. I do wish I could have enjoyed this book, since it's my first read since Kingdom. Of Ash. While it did get me out of my slump, that was it's only use for me. Would not recommend.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Aly

    What an odd book. That's the best way I can describe this. There were a lot of weird things happening and some things were never fully explained. Eleanor was slow to catch on to things and it was frustrating at times to wait for her to figure out what I as the reader already knew. The monsters were interesting, but I wish we'd gotten solid information about them instead of being left to draw conclusions. When we start out, Eleanor is returning home after seven years and it feels like she's meetin What an odd book. That's the best way I can describe this. There were a lot of weird things happening and some things were never fully explained. Eleanor was slow to catch on to things and it was frustrating at times to wait for her to figure out what I as the reader already knew. The monsters were interesting, but I wish we'd gotten solid information about them instead of being left to draw conclusions. When we start out, Eleanor is returning home after seven years and it feels like she's meeting her family all over again. To the point that I wondered if she had lost memories somehow because she didn't really recognize them. Eleanor's family also seemed to dislike her, they were suspicious and blamed her for bad things happening. I didn't understand the animosity, especially from her dad and felt like it wasn't fully explained. There are several mysteries happening and some of them seemed pretty obvious but Eleanor didn't want to see the clues to solve them. I understand that the author wanted to keep some things vague and let readers fill in their own blanks, but I didn't like the wishy washy answers. I also thought the pacing was too slow and we needed more action to keep the interest.

  24. 5 out of 5

    R.J. Sorrento

    4.5 stars. Creepy, atmospheric YA horror with hints of Addams Family and Little Red Riding Hood. We go on a journey with Eleanor after she runs away from boarding school to return to her strange family who live secluded in a large mansion. This is a slow burn of a book and we get to know each character of this small cast pretty well as Eleanor tries to learn more about herself and where she belongs in her family of ‘monsters.’ Arthur, the family accountant who all of the family seems to be a bit i 4.5 stars. Creepy, atmospheric YA horror with hints of Addams Family and Little Red Riding Hood. We go on a journey with Eleanor after she runs away from boarding school to return to her strange family who live secluded in a large mansion. This is a slow burn of a book and we get to know each character of this small cast pretty well as Eleanor tries to learn more about herself and where she belongs in her family of ‘monsters.’ Arthur, the family accountant who all of the family seems to be a bit in love with, was a standout of a character and I face cast him as Paul Bettany (don’t ask me why, my brain has a mind all its own). He remains one of the biggest and most fascinating mysteries of the book until the third act. What I loved: The LGBTQ themes are subtle but authentic. Addams Family vibes are always a plus. Great atmosphere, mystery kept me guessing. My only complaint was the mystery was almost too opaque with clues that were too subtle. I felt like I was in the dark for most of the book regarding the antagonist and our hero Eleanor until a few big reveals near the penultimate chapter. But even after the reveal, I felt many questions I had along the way were left answered. It didn’t take away from my enjoyment of the book, but I wanted more details and explanations woven in after such a long buildup. I look forward to more from Szabo. Great debut! Thank you to BookishFirst and Fierce Reads for the ARC.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lizz (Beer, Books and Boos)

    I read this book in one day and I enjoyed it. It was confusing at times and I can understand why people didn’t like that. It did have me hooked from the prologue and I only had breaks to eat. I just wish I had more, more of the characters and plot. I loved how bizarre and ultra disturbing this book was and I think it would make a great horror movie. It has taken me a few minutes after I read the book to get my thoughts right. I can’t wait to read more from Rose Szabo and this was an awesome debu I read this book in one day and I enjoyed it. It was confusing at times and I can understand why people didn’t like that. It did have me hooked from the prologue and I only had breaks to eat. I just wish I had more, more of the characters and plot. I loved how bizarre and ultra disturbing this book was and I think it would make a great horror movie. It has taken me a few minutes after I read the book to get my thoughts right. I can’t wait to read more from Rose Szabo and this was an awesome debut novel. Thank you Negalley and Macmillan Children's Publishing Group for letting me read and review this book.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kristi

    “I don’t tell him that’s how it always begins: in selfishness, in ambition, in lust or desperation. That love starts out as something you want to bite into and ends as something that swallows you up.” What Big Teeth is oddly compelling and so utterly unique! A twisty YA Gothic/Horror Fantasy that I can totally see being made into a movie; one that I would happily watch again and again! Even though there’s still some parts that I don’t quite understand, I really loved it. It is strongly character “I don’t tell him that’s how it always begins: in selfishness, in ambition, in lust or desperation. That love starts out as something you want to bite into and ends as something that swallows you up.” What Big Teeth is oddly compelling and so utterly unique! A twisty YA Gothic/Horror Fantasy that I can totally see being made into a movie; one that I would happily watch again and again! Even though there’s still some parts that I don’t quite understand, I really loved it. It is strongly character driven and for this story, I think that works not only to up the creep factor but also to gain insight in to just how bizarre and dysfunctional Elinor’s family really is. I listened to this on audio, thanks @macmillan.audio and it has this wonderfully eerie gothic atmosphere. Jasika Nicole kills it in this audio, beautifully narrating every character and seamlessly switching to a lovely French accent when narrating Grand-Mere! She’s a pleasure to listen to! I’m going to abstain from rehashing the summary but I will say that this got all the stars from me and I’d recommend this to any fan of the genre!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Val

    I didn't find this creepy or scary and wouldn't call it a horror story. Its really a dysfunctional family story. I liked it. I didn't find this creepy or scary and wouldn't call it a horror story. Its really a dysfunctional family story. I liked it.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Glatt

    Fans of Shirley Jackson and the very recent Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, this one’s for you. What Big Teeth by Rose Szabo is a new YA book that hits all the right notes of a gothic horror story. Setting: Stately and creepy old family house with extravagant decor and at least one secret passageway. Characters: An isolated family who are not all they seem to be and are feared by the local townsfolk. Among them are werewolves and other supernatural creatures who have a long and complicate Fans of Shirley Jackson and the very recent Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, this one’s for you. What Big Teeth by Rose Szabo is a new YA book that hits all the right notes of a gothic horror story. Setting: Stately and creepy old family house with extravagant decor and at least one secret passageway. Characters: An isolated family who are not all they seem to be and are feared by the local townsfolk. Among them are werewolves and other supernatural creatures who have a long and complicated history and give lots of furtive looks and make loaded comments and exhibit highly emotional states over fancy dinners. Protagonist: This is an interesting one as Eleanor is a member of the family but functions as the outsider because she has been away so long at boarding school and gets thrust into this web of mystery and dysfunction and is on a mission to understand and belong. Romance: Family “friend” Arthur as the object of almost everyone’s affection yet it’s unclear whose (if anyone’s) he returns. Secrets: How did the family’s “gifts” originate? Who/what is Arthur? Why was Eleanor sent away? Will Eleanor manage family finances and relationships when she is called upon to do so? Where does Grand-Mere fit in? Visions: Tarot cards, divination by entrails. Eleanor sometimes remembers snippets of her childhood but then is visited by Grandmother Persehone’s memories as well. Resolution: Could destruction of all be the only escape? This is Rose Szabo’s first book EVER, and I am already looking forward to their next one. Thanks to Bookish First and the publisher for the advance copy in exchange for an honest review.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kayleigh

    3.5 stars. “I sat with that for a long time. I thought of every person I had met, wondering how many of them had wolves inside them and just had never pulled them out. Or perhaps more horrible: how many of them, in a moment of fear, reached inside themselves for something to save them, and came up empty.” I’m not going to review this one, I’m just trying to add the books I’ve read the last few days for my Goodreads reading challenge (I will review again one day, I swear).

  30. 5 out of 5

    BreeAnn (She Just Loves Books)

    I could not ignore this book's cover! I love how wonderfully it fits the story, I look at it now, after reading, and I just think it was matched so well. This was a creepy, dark, atmospheric read, and it was so different than what I was expecting! The magical elements were darker and more sinister making this a great gothic story. I loved the characters and their backstories. As the plot wove its way through the pages, I was blown away by what was really going on. It's one that you'll absolutely I could not ignore this book's cover! I love how wonderfully it fits the story, I look at it now, after reading, and I just think it was matched so well. This was a creepy, dark, atmospheric read, and it was so different than what I was expecting! The magical elements were darker and more sinister making this a great gothic story. I loved the characters and their backstories. As the plot wove its way through the pages, I was blown away by what was really going on. It's one that you'll absolutely want to pick up if you enjoy horror-fantasy stories! I was provided a gifted copy of this book for free. I am leaving my review voluntarily.

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