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Great case for the iPad Pro and the pencil holder is why o bought it. Very convenient, holds the pencil so it doesn't get lost. Cover is nice and thin too. Only downside is that when held normally with the home button on the bottom, and the opening hinge on the left, the pencil holder is on the right (as it should be) but the tip of the pencil is at the TOP. Which means that you have to pencil over every time you put it away or take it out. A minor annoyance, but one you would think would have been thought about in design. Other than that, I love it.
I enjoyed this book and the Joe Dillard series as well. I read all eight of the Scott Pratt books that I found on Kindle Unlimited back-to-back, and now my husband is on the second book of the series.