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The fit is pretty good. It's not exact, but wit a little effort and slight maneuvering they screws go in the holesame they're suppose to. The thing I do not like is the rear flaps. It comes with 2 screws and an adhesive strip, but it truly needs 3 screws and definitely not an adhesive strip. The adhesive strip sticks for maybe 10 seconds. I bought 1/2" black self tapping screws and used it where the adhesive strip is. Now it's a perfect fit. Jus a little extra work, but it's not a big deal. Other than that, they fit and look good.
So I ordered this for one of my nieces. I was a little disappointed in the packaging - every time I have ordered screen protectors from some company (a few different ones) on Amazon the packaging has always been amazing - this was just a simple thin plastic cover, kinda cheep looking. I guess it really should not matter - but like I said every other time they have had great packaging that kept the glass safe and wonderful to store the second screen til you need it. So, this did fit her iphone and now I am happy to say that if she droops her phone (again) it should be much safer! I did reveive this product for a discount price or free for my honest opinion on Amazon.
What happened here? There are glaring errors in this book that any decent copy editor or proofreader should have caught, not to mention the author on her final read-through. The biggest one has to do with Aurora's pregnancy news. Earlier in the book she calls her best friend Amina in Texas to tell her the good news (pages 22-23) and Amina cries, telling her "I saved all my baby clothes!" Later in the book (page 133), Amina has come home with her young daughter, separated from her husband and visiting Auroroa and Robin. Aurora tells Amina she's pregnant and Harris writes this scene as if this is the first time Amina has heard of the pregnancy! How do you miss something like that?? What kind of hiring standards does this publisher have? Smaller errors, such as referring to Aurora's boss's wife Marva as having a "flare" for crafts, are also cringe-worthy (page 27). A large plot flaw lies in the concluding pages, when it seems clear that the parents of the young man responsible for the crime will escape prosecution because no one can prove they knew about the kidnappings. But they spoke to the other parents about getting ranson calls for their "kidnapped" son, took money out of the bank, and made a fake ransom drop to make it look like their son was also kidnapped. How is that not proof of complicity? Why would they make up such an elaborate story, just to give their son money? I'm disappointed in Harris and her publishers.