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It’s not easy to survive in the slums. Liam is an orphan, living with eight others in a dilapidated flat. Every day is a battle in the war to survive. As conditions worsen, and casualties rise, Liam begins to lose faith. He looks at the bums on the side of the streets with hate. They’ve given up the fight. They are weak. But it frightens him, how he sometimes longs for th It’s not easy to survive in the slums. Liam is an orphan, living with eight others in a dilapidated flat. Every day is a battle in the war to survive. As conditions worsen, and casualties rise, Liam begins to lose faith. He looks at the bums on the side of the streets with hate. They’ve given up the fight. They are weak. But it frightens him, how he sometimes longs for their life. Panic grows within his chest. Racquel offers him hope, something good to live for, in a place where there seems nothing but dirt. But what form of survival is worth living for? And what is Liam willing to do to survive? What is he willing to become? Niisa lives in the great forests of the Chewe mountains. He knows he is the odd one in the tribe. He knows he is different. Daygo calls to him, it speaks to him in the sounds of the forest, in the falling of the rain, in brief glimpses of sunlight through the canopy of trees overhead. It is the life that inhabits all things, that fuels all movement. He will do anything to join the Waloleng de Kgotia, the famous priests of the daygo stream. The tribespeople might consider his actions evil … but they don’t understand. The world is on the brink of famine and war. New magic, yet to be discovered, is set to be unleashed. The beasts in the north, long forgotten, considered only a surreal page in history, raise their heads and consider, once again, marching south. Daygo flows, but which way will the current pull …


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It’s not easy to survive in the slums. Liam is an orphan, living with eight others in a dilapidated flat. Every day is a battle in the war to survive. As conditions worsen, and casualties rise, Liam begins to lose faith. He looks at the bums on the side of the streets with hate. They’ve given up the fight. They are weak. But it frightens him, how he sometimes longs for th It’s not easy to survive in the slums. Liam is an orphan, living with eight others in a dilapidated flat. Every day is a battle in the war to survive. As conditions worsen, and casualties rise, Liam begins to lose faith. He looks at the bums on the side of the streets with hate. They’ve given up the fight. They are weak. But it frightens him, how he sometimes longs for their life. Panic grows within his chest. Racquel offers him hope, something good to live for, in a place where there seems nothing but dirt. But what form of survival is worth living for? And what is Liam willing to do to survive? What is he willing to become? Niisa lives in the great forests of the Chewe mountains. He knows he is the odd one in the tribe. He knows he is different. Daygo calls to him, it speaks to him in the sounds of the forest, in the falling of the rain, in brief glimpses of sunlight through the canopy of trees overhead. It is the life that inhabits all things, that fuels all movement. He will do anything to join the Waloleng de Kgotia, the famous priests of the daygo stream. The tribespeople might consider his actions evil … but they don’t understand. The world is on the brink of famine and war. New magic, yet to be discovered, is set to be unleashed. The beasts in the north, long forgotten, considered only a surreal page in history, raise their heads and consider, once again, marching south. Daygo flows, but which way will the current pull …

30 review for Daygo's Fury: Heroic Fantasy (The Daygo Stream Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dianne

    From Indie Author John F. O'Sullivan - Epic Fantasy that asks: What's Worth Living For? Enter to WIN One of Five eCopies - International - Click on Banner to Enter - Ends Nov 23, 2015 In the rough and dangerous streets of the slums, a place where only the dregs of the earth go, orphans often must fend for themselves, huddled together for protection in buildings shuddering near collapse, forced to scavenge for food, often stealing from others. Liam is one such orphan and when he witnesses the death From Indie Author John F. O'Sullivan - Epic Fantasy that asks: What's Worth Living For? Enter to WIN One of Five eCopies - International - Click on Banner to Enter - Ends Nov 23, 2015 In the rough and dangerous streets of the slums, a place where only the dregs of the earth go, orphans often must fend for themselves, huddled together for protection in buildings shuddering near collapse, forced to scavenge for food, often stealing from others. Liam is one such orphan and when he witnesses the death of his best friend and confidant doing the bidding of a gang threatening them harm, he sees the futility of existing in this world where people come who have given up. Only the attention and love of a beautiful young girl give him the courage to dream of getting out and making something of himself. Fate and the evil desperation that lives within the slums will test Liam’s resolve, his honor and his will to live, will he become a shadow of the man he had hoped to be? Will he rise from the ashes of this hell like a phoenix? Daygo is a life force, a spirit that calls to the chosen, and Niisa hears the call. Part of a mountain tribe, he feels drawn to the priesthood, but he is an outcast and feared by his people, will he become part of the Daygo stream of consciousness or will he be destroyed out of fear? Daygo’s Fury by John F. O’Sullivan is epic fantasy in the making with far reaching events that feel like two tales within one book. Liam’s story is brilliant, alive and full of characters that leap of the pages with either their goodness or their evil. Life through Liam’s eyes and heart comes to life through every sense, from sight to sound to smells. Niisa’s world is more abstract, less realistic and almost mystical. I am sure in the future, these stories will come together as one, and will make for vibrant reading, rich in details, until then there is a slight disconnect between the lives and stories of these two young men Not a fast-paced read, the quality is in the details as each page becomes like a watercolor of words. This is one to savor and follow the characters that is where the story is, in the lives of these people. Where they will intersect or come together is yet to be determined! A huge undertaking in storytelling, Mr. O’Sullivan surely had his hands full bringing this one home! I received this copy from John F. O’Sullivan in exchange for my honest review. Series: The Daygo Stream - Book 1 Publication Date: September 14, 2015 Publisher: John F. O'Sullivan Genre: Fantasy Print Length: 300 pages Available from: Amazon For Reviews & More: http://tometender.blogspot.com

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sean

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. received a copy of this from author for honest review. I really enjoyed this book centering on Liam who lives in the slums since becoming an orphan. The characters are thoroughly well written and thought out, and this makes for an interesting and powerful read. All in all a very good read which promises a lot, in I hope another title. Really enjoyed

  3. 4 out of 5

    Xanxa

    A puzzling book I'm not sure what to make of this book. The world-building is fascinating but I find it hard to connect with any of the characters. There are two separate stories being told, one based in the city slums and the other in the wilderness. Perhaps a future book will tie them together. There is potential for much more to happen but it all seems under-developed. A puzzling book I'm not sure what to make of this book. The world-building is fascinating but I find it hard to connect with any of the characters. There are two separate stories being told, one based in the city slums and the other in the wilderness. Perhaps a future book will tie them together. There is potential for much more to happen but it all seems under-developed.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Huxtable

    Not for me To be honest, I lost interest in this book more times thAn I could count. I kept getting lost in the storyline and had to re-read quite a bit. But in saying that,this communistic have been the right read for me

  5. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or my review in any way. O'Sullivan contacted me requesting a review for his new book, Daygo's Fury. To be honest, I was really curious about it after reading the synopsis - I really like fantasy novels. After chatting for a while it seemed like we also like the same kind of books, that's when I learnt he tried to incorporate those aspects into this book *yey!* I'll sta I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or my review in any way. O'Sullivan contacted me requesting a review for his new book, Daygo's Fury. To be honest, I was really curious about it after reading the synopsis - I really like fantasy novels. After chatting for a while it seemed like we also like the same kind of books, that's when I learnt he tried to incorporate those aspects into this book *yey!* I'll start with the way it's written. This book is on the same level as Lord of the Rings in the sense that it's heavy going. I'll be honest, when it's done right, it's awesome. The way O'Sullivan uses description is amazing, I've found he's one of the few authors that uses heavy description well - it works! I love it when an author gets that right because it makes for an outstanding read. O'Sullivan has an amazing eye for detail, you really feel like you're there in the slums with Liam - you can even smell it! *Yuk* but I think that's great :D I love it when a book can do that. You feel like you can really get lost in the book because all the description is relevant. It's not just "stuck in there" for the sake of it. All the description in the book is relevant and the storyline keeps going at a great pace :) Unlike most books now'er days, Daygo's Fury is character-orientated. Most modern books (particularly fantasy novels), I find to be plot-orientated. I actually really liked that this book is character-orientated because it's so refreshing! Yes, we have an amazing and interesting plot, but I also found that a story written this way makes you feel closer to the characters. I really liked the characters in the book *if you didn't get that already, lol* Liam was my favourite! There's such a huge variety of characters in this book, it really is like in real life! I found the different characters made me feel all kinds of different emotions. Some characters made me feel protective, others totally creeped me out, and some I just wanted to whack over the head. Again, I love a book that can do that. I love being able to relate to characters and I love that the characters in this book are so relatable. I really like that we can help "support them" when they're having a hard time. I think my favourite aspect of the book was that the author isn't afraid to just tell it as it is. He doesn't sugar coat things. It's because of that I think the book's best for a mature audience (late teens and older) because it has some references to rape and murder (after all, the slums is a nasty place). I like that he tells the harsher events in all their gruesome glory, rather than softening the blow for the reader in case they're insulted. To me it shows a little respect to the reader, "yes, these things happen and I'm not trying to protect you from that" kind of attitude. I'd definitely read this book again, I'd also highly recommend it. If you like fantasy novels, you'll love this one. I can't wait to read the next book and see how the story progresses! Alas, I know authors actually need time to write so I'll have to be patient :P Enjoy! If you liked my review, please visit my blog at: http://www.anovelstart.com

  6. 4 out of 5

    Darth Vix

    I'd like to say a big thank you to the author of Daygo's Fury, John F. O'Sullivan for giving me the chance to read this book in exchange for an honest review! Daygo's Fury is a fantasy story that is epic in scope and detail. It is told in the alternating perspectives of three young people whose lives are vastly different from each others. My favorite character perspective is Liam, a homeless orphan whom is really just trying to do whatever he can do to survive on the streets while always dreamin I'd like to say a big thank you to the author of Daygo's Fury, John F. O'Sullivan for giving me the chance to read this book in exchange for an honest review! Daygo's Fury is a fantasy story that is epic in scope and detail. It is told in the alternating perspectives of three young people whose lives are vastly different from each others. My favorite character perspective is Liam, a homeless orphan whom is really just trying to do whatever he can do to survive on the streets while always dreaming of a better life. It is an epic fantasy so the writing can be somewhat dense (which I love) and the pacing a little slower but that I think is balanced with some really great action sequences/fight scenes given to us through Liam's perspective. The writing itself is very detailed with very detailed descriptions and I found myself just getting sucked up and lost in this world. At first I thought it was a little slow in the beginning and early half of the middle but after finishing the book, I appreciated the amount of time spent detailing the background events that make up the experiences of our main characters so far. It was definitely a very dark story told in a hard and unforgiving setting but it also had settings of beauty like the forest we encounter in Nissa's perspective. I find Nissa to be an intriguing character and I'm interested in seeing what his journey is going to be like going forward. It was hard for me to cope with his perspective as he does things that I personally found hard to read but he is such a complex character that I was inevitably drawn in. The city seemed like such a cruel place and there was alot of violence to animals and to women that were hard for me to read but they just added to this picture of a really dark, dirty city where one would have to be ruthless in order to survive. This makes me so much more sympathetic to both Liam and Racquel and the life they are living. As a whole this was an interesting story that drew me in and just kept getting better and better as the story progressed. I am VERY interested in continuing the series and seeing what happens to the characters that we have been introduced to in this book. It is a very unpredictable plot which I love because the story can literally go anywhere from here and I'm looking forward to the same amount of detail continuing in future books in this series. I cannot wait to see what sort of man Liam becomes. It is so evident in this story that this world is huge and it is going to be fun to watch the world and all of it's stories unfold as the author releases more of this series in the future. I cannot wait!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Angela Cruz

    This is a fantasy book. This can be read as a stand alone, but I am hoping there is more to the story. This is for adults only due to the sexual content and violence. First of all let me tell you, this book is full of DETAILS, some so graphic, it's amazing. I could see what they saw, feel what they felt, and almost could smell what they described. Ok, you get the idea. There are a few different characters that we meet though out both stories. But the book is based on two main characters and thei This is a fantasy book. This can be read as a stand alone, but I am hoping there is more to the story. This is for adults only due to the sexual content and violence. First of all let me tell you, this book is full of DETAILS, some so graphic, it's amazing. I could see what they saw, feel what they felt, and almost could smell what they described. Ok, you get the idea. There are a few different characters that we meet though out both stories. But the book is based on two main characters and their experiences. I was really drawn to Liam, he is someone you want to cheer for. He has been through so much and Raquel gives him love, something he thought he would never have. Sadly his life is not easy and there is always repercussions to his actions. I would love to read more about Liam. Niisa is the other main character, and honestly I felt sad for him at first. He never fit in and I wanted to shield him from the pain. But he turn out despicable. He is the true villain of the story more so than any other we met, at least for me. Liam and Niisa both have a connection to Daygo, and its interesting how differently it effects them. Liam is considered a slum rat by most, but he believes he is destined for greater things. He strives to make it out of the slum, especially with all the loss he has experienced. Love was something he never dreamed would be a reality for him. Raquel makes him feel like there is more than this dirt, dead end life. Maybe so, but at what consequence? Niisa feels he is in the black sheep in his tribe. He never seems to fit in. He could be by himself and not miss the daily routine of the tribe. He loves to watch and feel connected to the energies around him. He feels more than most, he knows he is fated and will experience greater things. But at what consequence? Favorite passages: "An anguished growl escaped through his parted lips, its source deep within him, deeper than flesh." "She had dark blue eyes that seemed to sparkle with gold dust." "A living wound that grows larger yet never seems to run out of surface to spread over," <3 "The blue sky seemed to bless their quiet, the infinite space above them opened up to it." "He couldn't allow him to just disappear. People should know. His memory deserved that."<3 "It felt as though she looked through him with those eyes, seeing deep into his soul." "He was a supplicating victim to the sorrow that wracked his body."<3

  8. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Putsche

    “Daygo's Fury is dark fantasy at its best and is a great beginning to a special series. I can’t wait to read the follow-up.” https://walkerputsche.wordpress.com/ In the opening chapters the reader is transported into the world of Liam, an orphan and slum dweller, who believes he is destined for greater things. Liam’s story deals with powerful issues and takes the reader on a journey into a violent and dark world where every day is a struggle to survive in a poverty-stricken world that’s gone mad. “Daygo's Fury is dark fantasy at its best and is a great beginning to a special series. I can’t wait to read the follow-up.” https://walkerputsche.wordpress.com/ In the opening chapters the reader is transported into the world of Liam, an orphan and slum dweller, who believes he is destined for greater things. Liam’s story deals with powerful issues and takes the reader on a journey into a violent and dark world where every day is a struggle to survive in a poverty-stricken world that’s gone mad. In the following chapters the reader is introduced to Niisa, a forest dweller, who lives in a tribe that thrive to have an intense relationship with Daygo, a celestial being. Niisa story also deals with powerful issues and takes the reader on a deep spiritual path of human failures and triumphs where the magic in the story is both beautiful and disturbing. Both young man’s stories alternate throughout the book and although I can’t yet draw the comparison to Liam and Niisa because they live in different worlds, both dealing with completely different issues. I have no doubt in further instalments that these two very remarkable young man’s paths will cross at some point and it will be interesting to see what is in store for both of them. With regards to O' Sullivan’s writing, the narrative is gripping, the plotting is tight, yet what struck me as more amazing were the voices of these two main protagonists, as they drive the story along with both their emotional weight and power. My Ranking: 5 Stars

  9. 5 out of 5

    Alex McGilvery

    The blurb for Daygo’s Fury promises the beginning of an epic story, and certainly there is an epic story there. There at two stories, one set in a city in the poorest section, the other in a jungle setting. I particularly like the chapters set in the city, though gritty doesn’t necessitate swearing. The words feel dropped into the story without need. Aside from that the characters are interesting and their struggle to survive creates an immediate empathy. The jungle parts are more detached as the The blurb for Daygo’s Fury promises the beginning of an epic story, and certainly there is an epic story there. There at two stories, one set in a city in the poorest section, the other in a jungle setting. I particularly like the chapters set in the city, though gritty doesn’t necessitate swearing. The words feel dropped into the story without need. Aside from that the characters are interesting and their struggle to survive creates an immediate empathy. The jungle parts are more detached as the lead character there is disconnected from the people around him. It is difficult to care for a character who doesn’t care for others. On top of this the stories have no connection well into the book. Each story could be a book in its own right. Trying to stuff both of them into one may be a little too epic. I found myself skimming through the jungle scenes to get back to the city storyline. Even so, if you like epic writing and you’re willing to wait to see how the separate thread are joined, this book is for you.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Cowtan

    An epic worth reading. Some beautiful writing here. A harsh story of hard living, and a protagist worth rooting for. Looking forward to the next book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Pattie Adderley

    Psychopaths are heroes? Interesting and and good story development, I only had to gloss over the parts where the characters waxed on about their faith system. This book read like a dark thriller with a supernatural force thrown in. Definitely not the usual story with a clear protagonist you can get behind. Would I read another series installment? Maybe. Would I recommend it? Yes

  12. 5 out of 5

    dannykelly

    It's class well told up there with game of trones and Lord of the rings It's a class read Truly good story teller up there with Lord of the rings etc nice to have a Irish writer thanks It's class well told up there with game of trones and Lord of the rings It's a class read Truly good story teller up there with Lord of the rings etc nice to have a Irish writer thanks

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ann Braham

    A long time in character generation but sinister twists throughout Slow character generation to start with but a gripping read and a dark beginning with what promiees to be a good series.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tami

    i loved this book. couldn't put it down. can't wait to read the rest in this series. would even be willing to be on this authors ARC team. it's a great read and would recommend it to everyone that like this genre. i loved this book. couldn't put it down. can't wait to read the rest in this series. would even be willing to be on this authors ARC team. it's a great read and would recommend it to everyone that like this genre.

  15. 5 out of 5

    mike baringer

    Fine Good start? Hmmmm ugh decency Bibb huh guy b. 659 thug the figure just don't want when we get a Fine Good start? Hmmmm ugh decency Bibb huh guy b. 659 thug the figure just don't want when we get a

  16. 5 out of 5

    Wayne Henry Wilcoxson

    Had to plow through it, to find out I didn't like it. Had to plow through it, to find out I didn't like it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    juliette dempsey

    An interesting story I enjoyed reading this book and I look forward to the next one. Good character driven story with a full described world .

  18. 5 out of 5

    Paula Horning

    There seems to be three books complied into one in this manuscript. The first segment begins with a battlefield after a tremendous battle had taken place. The author describes the smell of death, the crows and ravens pecking at corpses and blood and gore from thousands of bodies. The story’s character, Connia had lost all he loved; his world and that of humanity destroyed. Connia flashbacks into the events leading up to the war and the final desperate last stand for humanity against the beasts s There seems to be three books complied into one in this manuscript. The first segment begins with a battlefield after a tremendous battle had taken place. The author describes the smell of death, the crows and ravens pecking at corpses and blood and gore from thousands of bodies. The story’s character, Connia had lost all he loved; his world and that of humanity destroyed. Connia flashbacks into the events leading up to the war and the final desperate last stand for humanity against the beasts seeking to destroy it. One hundred and seventy two years later, the second segment of the manuscript comes into play. The first chapter tells of a boy still born, the mother dying. Somehow the stillborn child comes to life, a mystery that does not satisfy our curiosity. Next, we jump to Calum and Liam, best friends, thieves and cutpurses living in the slums trying to survive in what appears to be a medieval period of time. After a tragedy, Liam meets up with a girl, Racquel, who becomes involved in his adventures, saves his life and as he in turn tries to protect her from the crime and darkness in the streets. Jump to the third segment of the manuscript to Niisa. Coming from an indigenous tribe living in a subtropical area complete with monkeys, this story tells of his family and Niisa’s physical and psychological coming of age, questioning his own existence and the nature of things surrounding his world. Niisa is different from the other boys of his tribe, he is truth seeking, trying to understand the Daygo stream that surrounds him (Daygo being reminiscent of a god like consciousness). His subsequent initiation into the commune of priests dedicated to the Daygo stream of awareness opens his world of imagination and mystery. The manuscript jumps back and forth between the second and third segments, ending with both situations unresolved and open ended. The author is an excellent story teller, expertly describing the characters and situations. Each individual segment could easily stand alone as an excellent story, compelling and immersive. How the author intends to weave them together remains to be seen, this reader finds it difficult to imagine. I can’t say I enjoyed the Daygo segment, but this book holds promise for future sequels.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Fee Roberts

    I won this book in a giveaway on one of the blogs I follow, Tome Tender, and received this book from the author. This is my honest opinion, and I received no compensation for this review. Daygo's Fury by John F. O' Sullivan is the first of a series. I'm not sure if it will be a trilogy or a series, to be honest. The story starts with a war, then jumps 172 years later. We meet Liam. He's an orphan, and lives in the slums. It goes into his story for a bit, then we meet Niisa, who lives in the fore I won this book in a giveaway on one of the blogs I follow, Tome Tender, and received this book from the author. This is my honest opinion, and I received no compensation for this review. Daygo's Fury by John F. O' Sullivan is the first of a series. I'm not sure if it will be a trilogy or a series, to be honest. The story starts with a war, then jumps 172 years later. We meet Liam. He's an orphan, and lives in the slums. It goes into his story for a bit, then we meet Niisa, who lives in the forest. I loved Liam's story. The characters were well developed, and the story line was excellent. Niisa's story, on the other hand, lacked a developed story line. There was too much repetitiveness with Niisa's story. It seemed to go on and on about what Daygo is. I feel it could have been said once, maybe twice, and that would have been sufficient. I'm well invested in Liam's story, and I'm anxious to see where his story goes. I'm assuming that Liam and Niisa will eventually cross paths, but there was no evidence, other than the fact that there are these two main characters in the story.

  20. 5 out of 5

    sherri hoslerMissing?12

    One main character boring, the other intriguing, must see next book. Good storyline, two divergent characters obviously,(eventually), destined to clash in following books. One written as an ignorant pygmi forest dweller who takes meditation to chilling depths; the other more identifiable character is a 'slum rat'. Forest pygmi is long winded and obscure, I started skipping those parts as it was. easy to pick up the thread further on. The slum rat Liam was written better with a history, a focus on One main character boring, the other intriguing, must see next book. Good storyline, two divergent characters obviously,(eventually), destined to clash in following books. One written as an ignorant pygmi forest dweller who takes meditation to chilling depths; the other more identifiable character is a 'slum rat'. Forest pygmi is long winded and obscure, I started skipping those parts as it was. easy to pick up the thread further on. The slum rat Liam was written better with a history, a focus on surroundings and circumstancres and details of supporting characters. It is to see what happens to him that I want to read the rest of the series. Hope this helps you decide whether to dive in or not.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Paul Allard

    This is in theory a fantasy book but, apart from taking place in an invented world, I have not really seen any reason to include it in the fantasy genre. The plot centres around two different people: Liam, a slum dweller in the city of Teruel, living a hand-to-mouth existence while other slum-dwellers die around him violently or from poverty. Niisa, a member of a group of tribespeople who are foreest-dwellers, at one with nature and in search of an intense relationship with Daygo, their deity. Thei This is in theory a fantasy book but, apart from taking place in an invented world, I have not really seen any reason to include it in the fantasy genre. The plot centres around two different people: Liam, a slum dweller in the city of Teruel, living a hand-to-mouth existence while other slum-dwellers die around him violently or from poverty. Niisa, a member of a group of tribespeople who are foreest-dwellers, at one with nature and in search of an intense relationship with Daygo, their deity. Their stories alternate throughout this book which is the first in a series. The writing is highly descriptive and both characters are highly introspective. Overlong and wordy in my opinion, this is not for me.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lorie Douglas

    Wow! Really?! This book definitely surprised me. Dual plot, interesting perspectives, scary possibilities all come together in this book. To think, this could be us even today.....good food for thought. Very much enjoyed this story!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Melinda Ross

    Thought-provoking At first, I found it a little confusing, but then found myself mulling over some of my most personal beliefs.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tim Gray

    On the one hand I loved the Liam storyline, on the other the Niisa storyline did nothing for me. Hence the middling review. Some good fantasy in this though.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Marley

  26. 4 out of 5

    saul jurkowski

  27. 5 out of 5

    jimmy moore

  28. 4 out of 5

    Abdel

  29. 4 out of 5

    Brian

  30. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

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