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The Power of Six is the second book in the young adult science fiction series The Lorien Legacies, written by Pittacus Lore It is the sequel to I Am Number Four. The second book of the #1 New York Times bestselling I Am Number Four series! In the beginning, nine aliens left their home planet Lorien when it fell under a. Perfect for fans of The Hunger Games - The Power of Six is the second book in Pittacus Lore's Lorien Legacies series. The first book I Am.


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The second book of the #1 New York Times bestselling I Am Number Four series! In the beginning, nine aliens left their home planet Lorien when it fell under. The Power of Six book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. I've seen him on the news. Followed the stories about what happ. The Power of Six is the second book of Lorien Legacies series. It was released on the 23rd of August, This book introduces Number.

The Fate of Ten, and 7: United as One. Don't miss the first book in the brand-new I Am Number Four spin-off series: Generation One. Other books in this series. The Rise of Nine Pittacus Lore. Add to basket. The Power of Six Pittacus Lore. The Revenge of Seven Pittacus Lore. The Fall of Five Pittacus Lore. Back cover copy I've seen him on the news. Followed the stories about what happened in Ohio. John Smith, out there, on the run. To the world, he's a mystery. But to me. Nine of us came here, but sometimes I wonder if time has changed us--if we all still believe in our mission.

How can I know? There are six of us left. We're hiding, blending in, avoiding contact with one another. Is John Number Four, and is his appearance the sign I've been waiting for? And what about Number Five and Six? Could one of them be the raven-haired girl with the stormy eyes from my dreams? The girl with powers that are beyond anything I could ever imagine? The girl who may be strong enough to bring the six of us together?

They caught Number One in Malaysia. Number Two in England. And Number Three in Kenya. They tried to catch Number Four in Ohio--and failed. I am Number Seven. Oh, there's a difference. It makes me mad that THIS overshadowed how great this book could've been. I'm sorry that I'm so hung up on the forced romances in this book but I detest love triangles; hate it, hate it, hate it - with a passion.

I have debated on abadoning this boo Initial Reaction After Reading: Much like its predecessor, this book was action packed and full of unrelenting thrills. We finally learned of the contents of the chests and the legacies that will help the surviving six exiles to find each other and fight for Lorien's resurgence. Sam and Bernie Kozar remain my favorite characters of this series but I also enjoyed some new characters that were introduced: Ella and Hector. Six is a bad-ass, kick ass chick, who unfortunately, had to suffer being a part of a ridiculous love triangle.

We get to learn more about the life she led with her deceased Cephan, Katarina.

I love her ferocity and will toward whatever purpose she was supposed to fulfill. Step aside, Four, I have a new favorite Loric.

Number Seven, much like Six is resolute in her beliefs. Having lived most of her Earth life in a convent, the suffocation she felt at being 'imprisoned' was palpable. I was frustrated with Adelina for renouncing her duties as her Cephan, but thankfully, there was some redemption in her character toward the end.

Through much of his angsty soliloquy about Sarah and Six, the thoughts swirling through my head was that this book was not written by the original author who wrote I Am Number Four. It just cannot be. How in the world could you introduce me to a strong male lead in the first book and then turn him into a pantsy, angsty alien on the next?

I'm just having a hard time digesting how Four turned out. I'm almost glad that the entire book wasn't told in his POV, because, seriously, when he's not fighting Mogs? Being in his head made me want to slit my wrist. I'm not kidding. Stop pining already! Speaking of Sarah, why do I get the feeling that what she did was just a veiled attempt to force feed me with the idea of Four and Six?

Right now? I really couldn't care less who Four ends up with. I am more interested to see what happens to the rest of the Lorics. Sarah was another character who turned Jekyll and Hyde on me. I just don't understand why the author chose to un -developed these two characters. I didn't really warm up to the idea of Sarah and Four but I'm furious that the author sold me - completely at that, on the first book with their professions of love only to make a mockery of them on the next.

Final Thoughts: Even after receiving a lukewarm reception from me, this book definitely did its job of building anticipation for the next one. I really am looking forward to reading the third instalment, regardless of how angry this book made me. View all 21 comments. In the Book s of the New Sun the narrator ends each volume with the statement that he will understand if the reader chooses not to proceed any further with him on his journey.

Well I have reached that point with our numbered protagonists. Where I found the first book in this series fairly interesting, this one pretty much so far as I'm concerned crashed and burned. Heavy overly dramatic dialogue, massive amounts of teen angst, a switch in the story telling to include some heavy handed indoctri In the Book s of the New Sun the narrator ends each volume with the statement that he will understand if the reader chooses not to proceed any further with him on his journey.

Heavy overly dramatic dialogue, massive amounts of teen angst, a switch in the story telling to include some heavy handed indoctrination all came together to drive me first up the wall and then to skimming through the book just to get it over. We struggle along on the run here with occasional confrontations while we experience lots and lots of affairs of the heart.

Who loves who We struggle through this morass to a final big battle to tie the book up. Luckily we or I seem to possess every super power ever conceived and can blast things with my or our mind, become invisible, heal wounds at will!!! Again, ack. Enjoy if it's your cup of tea. I can't take any more. Jul 15, Suzanne rated it it was amazing. Seriously loving this series! Crazy interesting. I cannot wait to read about the other Garde!

Jun 14, Shannon rated it really liked it. I got my hands on an advanced reading copy of this and I eagerly tore into it. After a bit of a slow start, the story soon picks up the pace ending in an all out battle with a few epic twists. The Power of Six introduces us to another one of the nine and half of the story is narrated from her point of view.

There are plenty of moments that had me on the edge of my seat and we finally find out what was in the second spaceship that left Lorien in John's visions. Just as interesting and addictive a I got my hands on an advanced reading copy of this and I eagerly tore into it. Just as interesting and addictive as the first and I'm trying not to think about the long wait before the next - there are too many unanswered questions and storylines that are crucial to the plot.

A fantastic installment in the Lorien Legacies. Apr 02, Kaya rated it liked it. It would've gotten four stars if only Four weren't so obnoxious. I'm really starting to hate this new trend with protagonists being awesome in the first book, but utterly horrible in the sequels.

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It makes me so angry. Honestly, Four's personality ruins this book for me and if I don't see some changes in the third book, I don't think I'll bother with the rest of the series. After battling against the Mogadorians at their school, Four John , his best friend Sam and Six have fled the town with a pri It would've gotten four stars if only Four weren't so obnoxious. After battling against the Mogadorians at their school, Four John , his best friend Sam and Six have fled the town with a price on their heads.

We also meet Seven Marina who tells us the story of what happened to her and her Cepan and what life is like for her in Spain, which links to John and Six later in the plot. She's living in a convent, waiting for her Legacies to develop and the right time to find the others. She and Sam have zero chemistry and he is such an unnecessary character. Besides that, we get to learn more about the life Six had led with her deceased Cepan and to see her in action with Seven.

There are two different viewpoints, both from first person and weirdly, it works. The book is action packed and that is why there are plenty of moments that had me on the edge of my seat. This installment was better than the first one, but that's not enough to make me love it, but still good enough for me to keep reading the series.

For now. It has one of those plots where there's a lot of action but nothing seems to be actually happening. Four is so self-absorbed I wanted to smack him. The destruction of his character ruined the book for me. It bugged me to no end how selfish and insensitive he really is. How in the world could the authors introduce us to a strong male lead in the first book and then turn him into an angsty alien in the sequel?

He left his allies to fight alone for his own self-gratification, not to mention that his stupidity and lust caused his Lorien Chest to be stolen, his allies to be injured and captured, resulting in his own capture. Marina is fierce and deserves far more attention than Four. I like her very much, because she's strong and focused and aware of her flaws.

Luckily, she has no love interest, she is just being purely awesome at all times. I really like the tension between Four and Six. Their bond progressed naturally with a very nicely developed chemistry. Too bad Six is such a strong character and Four is a jackass.

Their bond is based on a deep friendship and always is on edge of becoming something more. Why is Four so oblivious to reality when it comes to Sarah? Why did he even come back to see her?

Their love is obviously platonic. She does? I need you, John. I need you here to tell me everything is going to be okay, that all this is worth it. They want to try to find the other Numbers, combining each of their powers to fight against the Mog's and bring peace to there planet Lorien, thus saving planet earth from certain doom. I really enjoyed this book, but it felt like a filler more then anything. Nothing actually gets resolved but we do learn quite a 4. Nothing actually gets resolved but we do learn quite a bit from this installment, making this much bigger, more dire then what we get from the first book.

Along with John's pov, we also meet Marina aka Number 7 who tells us the story of what happened to her and her Cepan guardian and what life is like for her in Spain, which links John and Six later on in the story. I liked Marina very much, she's strong and focused, but I wish I could say the same thing for her Cepan, Adelina. I get that she wanted to have a different life, convincing herself that it was never real, but she was such a frustrating character and nothing like the other Cepan's that have more integrity and honor.

We also get introduced to Number Nine at the very end and learn about a surprising character, Ella. We find out what's in John's box, his heritage, as well as how Sam's dad was really involved. We hear the stories of the Numbers lives on Lorien and on earth and discover more about their Legacies. I think that's what I loved the most, the training and seeing what kind of power each of them have and how they wheeled it. I really loved each of these characters.

Each and every single one of them are totally kick-ass, even Sam and lets not forget about Bernie Kosar, whom I love even more. Even the Mogs were fascinating in that cruel, cunning and calculating way. Totally evil, but intriguing none the less. But I think the most surprising event is what Sarah did. I admit I'm not very happy about this new development. Call me a sentimental fool, but I liked the idea of 'once your in love, it's for life'.

It made the gesture seem grand and romantic. So knowing that isn't the case and John character is yet another victim to a lusting typical hormonal male, made it's appeal lost to me. As much as I adore Six and her badassery, I still clung to the hope that once this is all said and done that somehow John and Sarah would find away to be together again. What happened to good old fashion loyalty?

Why must everything fling back to love triangles? I've never minded them in books, but it almost felt like Sarah's betrayal was just to give John the green light to explore his feelings for Six.

Feelings he wasn't suppose to have Not cool. But despite my issues with the romance aspect of this story-line, I still had a blast with this book. It's such a rush! It's action punched, power flooding and adrenaline high. It's fast paced, suspenseful and completely compelling and absorbing.

With new complications and the promise of new characters I'm sure the next installment will be just as thrilling. Each getting us closer to the mysteries that are still hidden and hoping that the Loriens can unite together as the war with the Mogadorians continue. It's highly addictive and highly entertaining and I'm looking forward to seeing what in store for us next.

I also really hope they make this into a movie as well, I'd love to see how they portray this on the big screen. It's not just to see Prettyface as Four again I swear. View all 30 comments. After battling against the Mogadorians at their school, John Number Four and his friend Sam have fled the town of Paradise with a price on their heads - the police believing them to be terrorists.

In tow is chimera, Bernie Kosar, and the second Lorian we have met, Six. Over in Spain, we also pick up the story of Number Seven, also known as Marina. The story switches between J After battling against the Mogadorians at their school, John Number Four and his friend Sam have fled the town of Paradise with a price on their heads - the police believing them to be terrorists.

The story switches between John and Marina's points of view and while in one way I liked this mostly because John is the dullest protagonist ever and it meant we get less of him , it was sometimes confusing at the start of the switch as to who it was.

Also Marina became annoying after a while as well. While we mostly got to see what was happening with Six through John's point of view, I think I'd have preferred this part of the story to be hers. Six was the most interesting of the main characters by far and it was a shame that her back story was crammed into a quick recap of her telling it to the others.

A couple of chapters into the book, my thoughts were that this installment was better than the first one. It is, but that's not really enough to make me love it. Towards the end and I'm talking last twenty or so pages I still hadn't decided if I liked it or not. I didn't really care what happened to the characters and for me that's an essential part of a book.

I still like the over all concept of the story but for me it was one of those plots where there's lots of action but nothing seems to be actually happening. It also bugged me that the characters made so many silly mistakes - like John insisting on going to see Sarah even though it clearly wasn't a good idea. Then there's a completely pointless and totally forced love triangle thing going on. All in all, there were parts that I enjoyed and I'll probably read the third book, just to see what happens, it just isn't one I'll be making a special effort to get hold of.

This was so much better than the first one. I loved the dual storyline and how they sort of tied together in the end, but it was also really frustrating because the perspective often shifted away when I was so into that particular plot. The one thing that kind of annoyed me is, surprise surprise, Sarah.

All the times John brought up how much he missed her and how she was definitely his One True Love because Lorics fall in Love once for life I just And I thought the love triangle thing This was so much better than the first one. And I thought the love triangle thing with Six was kind of unnecessary. Jul 12, Eric Allen rated it it was ok. The Power of Six Book 2 of the Lorien Legacies By Pittacus Lore A Review by Eric Allen Okay, despite the fact that one of the two uncredited authors of these books is a worthless waste of human life who can't find a bowl of chicken noodle soup to drown himself in quickly enough for my taste, I actually enjoyed, to some extent, the first book.

Despite its complete lack of anything resembling a character, it was a fun read to take up an afternoon with. It was by no means a great book, but it wasn't The Power of Six Book 2 of the Lorien Legacies By Pittacus Lore A Review by Eric Allen Okay, despite the fact that one of the two uncredited authors of these books is a worthless waste of human life who can't find a bowl of chicken noodle soup to drown himself in quickly enough for my taste, I actually enjoyed, to some extent, the first book.

It was by no means a great book, but it wasn't horrible either. The Power of Six is a bit different, and where it does have some really good parts, and introduces a real, actual, well developed character in Marina, it still also follows John. The inconsistency between the two viewpoint characters makes for a very jarring, and rather unenjoyable experience, as all of the flaws in the one, are pointed out in the other.

More on that later. The Power of Six begins with Seven, a. They have not had as much luck in blending into human society as John and Henri, instead moving from European country to country as beggars in abject poverty until finally finding a home at the convent.

Adelina has lost her faith in their mission, and in her duties to train and prepare Marina, and has actually managed to convince herself that it was all just a fairy tale. This leaves Marina to look out for the Mogadorians all on her own, prepare in case they need to flee, and train herself to use her Legacies. She has been following John's progress over internet news sites, convinced that he is one of the Lorien Garde like her.

But when strange men appear in town, watching her through windows in the dark, and following her around, she knows that her time is up. Enlisting the help of Ella, a young orphan she sets out to find her Loric Chest, and convince Adelina of truth of their mission and the importance of leaving.

Meanwhile John, Six, and Sam are on the run from police, FBI, and the Mogadorians, having been blamed for the destruction of the school and the murder of five people back in Paradise. They are chased halfway across the country until Sam remembers something hidden by his father that brings them back to Paradise, where not only the Mogadorians, but the FBI as well, have laid a trap for them.

The Good? Marina's character is great. She's actually a well rounded, well developed character with thoughts, and feelings, hopes, desires, and emotions. In short, the exact opposite of every other character in this series. Her character and her storyline are sooooo much better than anything we saw in the first book, because she's written in such a way that you can empathize with her, and see her as a real person.

This makes all of the tension and horror of her situation all the more real to the reader, because you care about her, and about what happens to her. You can feel her frustration and her fear.

You can see yourself in her place. This is something that is still utterly lacking in John, the supposed protagonist of this series. The writing is still good enough that I don't find the use of First Person Present Tense overly objectionable, or distracting.

And the climax, at least for Marina's storyline, was epic and satisfying, made moreso by the fact that you actually care about what happens to her as a character this time around. The introduction of more characters, especially another viewpoint character fleshes out the story in ways that were lacking in the first book.

The Bad? A lot of the mystery built up in the series mythology is dispelled in this book when the characters themselves actually start to point out the plot holes. This is highly distracting to anyone trying to lose themselves in the book, because every time you start to suspend your disbelief, one of the characters starts talking about how stupid you are for doing so.

I don't know if this is just bad writing and plotting on the part of the writers, or them not so subtly mocking their readers for paying money to read their book. Either way, it takes a lot of enjoyment out of the book for me. The Ugly? Okay, one of the biggest problems that I had with I Am Number Four, is the fact that John, the main protagonist, would have to take about six steps upward to even be considered wooden.

He is a complete non-character that does nothing but follow the strict dictates of his stereotype. In fact, EVERY character in that book was exactly like him, one dimensional and completely lacking anything resembling personality. Here John has a bit more personality. This is where the authors try to take a character and turn him into something of an Anti-hero and instead he just turns into a gigantic douchbag.

For those not familiar with the concept of an anti-hero, this is where the protagonist of the story is really not a good guy. You see these a lot in comics, though they've started to seep into other mediums as well lately. A few quick examples of Anti-heroes would be Wolverine, the Punisher, and Batman.

These guys are the protagonists, but they're not good guys. Wolverine hates everyone and everything, and is generally unpleasant and violent to be around, but underneath you see that it's more of a facade and he can be made to care about things if they're important enough. You see that he's been pushed to his uncaring state by his past and the world around him. The Punisher is a brutal murderer, seeing justice done where the law fails, but underneath he's an honorable man who is punishing those that the law can't touch because of his own murdered family.

And Batman is a something of a monster, made so by his tragic past, which forced him into a state of apathy until he was able to find an outlet for all of his pent up rage and sorrow. He hunts down those who would do evil and beats them to a bloody pulp with his bare hands so that no child will ever have to face what he did.

However, he also has a code of ethics, which sets him apart from those whom he attacks.

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An anti-hero is someone who we really shouldn't be rooting for, they're criminals, murderers, and generally not good people, but we root for them anyway, because they're written in such a way that we can see why they are the way that they are, and empathize with them. When it's done right, we can see someone who really shouldn't be considered a hero as a hero.

When it's done wrong, however I get the impression, though it may just be me interpreting things that aren't there, that the writers were trying to make John into something of an Anti-hero in this book.

He's on the run from the law, kills dozens of aliens without a single thought about it, "falls in love" with the nearest girl the very SECOND he is out of sight of the supposed "one true love" of his life. Yeah, there's a word for that, and it starts with L, but it sure as hell ain't love. Lust, more like. He's extremely selfish, leaving is allies to fight alone for his own self-gratifacation, and generally starts to act like the universe's biggest douche. His sheer stupidity and selfishness cause his Lorien Chest to be stolen, his allies to be injured and or captured, result in his own capture, and generally make me dislike him immensely.

I would have preferred him to have no personality at all again rather than turn into the ginormous prick he's become here. He's such an asshole in this book that even the parts where he's supposed to be triumphing I was constantly saying to myself things like "you wouldn't even be in this situation if you weren't such a selfish prick.

This is compounded by the fact that every other chapter is about Marina, who is SUCH a better and more likeable character than John is. The contrast and inconsistency between the two heroes of this story just make John look all the more like a selfish, retarded, uber-douche that I can't even come close to sympathizing with. I spent the entire ending of this book cheering for Marina, and then grumbling obscenities over John, and then cheering for Marina again so fast I got freaking whiplash!

Add onto that the fact that the writers are constantly pointing out their own plot holes to us, and it just makes for not a very good reading experience. In conclusion, half of this book was great, and surpassed the first book for me in enjoyment factors. Unfortunately, that half of the book is mixed in with a whole lot of douchebaggery and stupidity. The contrast between the two is glaring and almost painful. It's like taking a good book, and a horrible book, and compiling them together every other chapter.

John changes from being utterly without personality into an insufferable, lecherous, stupid prick. The rest of the characters in his side of the story remain about as emotive as a block of concrete.

The bright point of this book, by far is Marina and her story. I could have done with an entire book just about her, but, unfortunately, that was not what we got in The Power of Six.

I'm giving this book two stars, I'm sorry, but one good character for half a book is not enough to call the book good, especially when the other half of the book is so horrible, and frankly offensive. Check out my other reviews. View 1 comment. Mar 23, Twyla rated it it was amazing. I enjoyed this book, it was fast paced and a fairly easy read with some great twists and turns. I really enjoyed how it answered some of my questions but also created new ones that I am wondering about now.

Below in bold Italics are the answers and new questions I have. I read the first book and loved it! I am really excited for the second book. I want to do some speculating: But that doesn't mean that they will I enjoyed this book, it was fast paced and a fairly easy read with some great twists and turns.

But that doesn't mean that they will find all six of them in the this book. Maybe it is about them discovering what the six coming together will create?

Where are they when will they return to the story? Because of their sacrifice the remaining lorien children or Garde will be able to have extra powers and be some of the strongest that has ever been as well they are meant to take the place of the elders and become the new elders of the planet. They missed so many oportunities to make it amazing.

The best part was the fight scenes at the end, but the movie that played in my head while reading this book was way better then the one they made.

I thought they totally lost the escence of Henri in the movie, he was one of my favorite characters. He wasn't a warrior he was a brainiac, an educator, not a warrior? And who was the mysterious guy who sent that info to the conspiracy magazine?

Still wondering who the guy is that sent the mystery info wondering if it is 10's protector since he isn't really on their radar or if Sam's dad is alive and in hiding some where. Who's chest do they have open? Where is 4's chest? Will he find his father in there or will he find some of the Loriens who might have more answers.

I don't think she is a trator but there is something missing from her story that feels like we are yet to learn about. Maybe one of the first 3 opened their chest before they died and that is how the Mogs are able to track the other Garde. I am not as interested in the love story as much as I am interested in the plot and mystery of what could happen? View all 5 comments. Feb 20, Colleen Houck added it Shelves: Loved all the new powers. It's cool to see the kids get together and meet one another.

Bernie-Kozar is my favorite thing. It would be so cool to have a shifter pet. May 01, John Balafoutas is currently reading it. The genre of this book is nonfiction. I knew this due to the incorporation of an unknown planet and alien bounty hunters.

Moreover, the overall theme of this book is that teamwork and hope triumphs all. This is shown by the six remaining Lorien kids and their struggle to become united once again in order to defeat the evil Mogadorians. The reason the group is fleeing Ohio is to escape the Mogadorian bounty hunters whose sole mission is to wipe out the Lorien Kids. The kids, being separated at birth are scattered throughout the world and are protected by a spell.

Is John Number Four - and is his appearance the sign I've been waiting for? And what about Number Five and Six? Could one of them be the raven-haired girl with the stormy eyes from my dreams?

The girl with powers that are beyond anything I could ever imagine? The girl who might be strong enough to bring the six of us together? They caught Number One in Malaysia.

Number Two in England. And Number Three in Kenya. They tried to catch Number Four in Ohio I am Number Seven. And I'm ready to fight.

I liked I am Number Four. It had some great ideas and more general concepts that did work but were in some cases not that original. In The Power of Six everything works out better.

Showing a more original plot line building on the direct events that occurred in I am Number Four. In The Power of Six the plot continues to deepen and there are some nice revelations being revealed. Meeting up with Number Six and setting out on a journey to find the other numbers.

The story takes a turn to becoming even more interesting. I was pleased with how these introduction was done and how Seven was shown. The point-of-views are switched between chapters, in one chapter you are following Four, Six and Same and in the other you are focussing on Seven.

Instead she is more or less thrown into the depths of her being a Garde and growing up and discovering her Legacies. Being placed into this situation, fending for yourself and struggling not to get discovered and staying posted using the net what I believed to be one of the jobs of the Cepan wereshown in a great manner. Where I actually started to feel for Seven that she was more or less on her own.

In the end, she does meet up with some unexpected allies and the tables are turned. But again, I found that Pittacus Lore created a very strong, independent heroine in Seven, with some cool Legacies to go with it. Following Four, Six and Sam reveals much about the past of Sam and more about the possible future plans they might have. With Four and Six both being Cepan-less they have to fend for themselves and try to figure out their Legacies and Inheritances on their own.

This proves to be quite a daunting challenge, especially as the significance of the chests that each Garde has remain elusive for the greater part. Only a few rocks and crystals Four does not have a clue what most of them do I found the mysteriousness of the chests a great addition and I am still eager to get to the bottom of what they actually do The question for me remains if Pittacus can create a false bottom in the chest to further enlarge their mysteriousness or ultimate goal?

Another great addition to the storyline is the mysterious stranger that comes to aid for Seven. As you get to know him, within only a few paragraphs I got the feeling that he knows much much more than he is letting one. With interesting references to Visions of Four and other discoveries that they have made so far.Also, why did you strangle Miranda Marquez, the chick who looks like Number 7?

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The kids, being separated at birth are scattered throughout the world and are protected by a spell. The Power of Six. The kids must decide if they should stay hidden and keep the spell or unite as one and fight off the mogadorians. Return to Book Page. Pretty cool Jess: Really, thats the best you could come up with? Four is so self-absorbed I wanted to smack him.

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