After adding a dependency package (monodb) to the package, it cannot be installed normally.

  node.js, question

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"dependencies": {
 "body-parser": "~1.13.2",
 "cookie-parser": "~1.3.5",
 "debug": "~2.2.0",
 "ejs": "~2.3.3",
 "express": "~4.13.1",
 "morgan": "~1.6.1",
 "serve-favicon": "~2.3.0"
 "mongodb": "*"

After joining mongodb, npm install will be executed in the current directory, showing the following error

D:\microblog\microblog>npm install
 npm ERR!  install Couldn't read dependencies
 npm ERR!  Windows_NT 6.1.7601
 npm ERR!  argv "D:\\node\\node.exe" "D:\\node\\node_modules\\npm\\bin\
 " "install"
 npm ERR!  node v4.4.1
 npm ERR!  npm  v2.14.20
 npm ERR!  file D:\microblog\microblog\package.json
 npm ERR!  code EJSONPARSE
 npm ERR!  Failed to parse json
 npm ERR!  Unexpected token 'm' at 16:6
 npm ERR!  "mongoose": "*"
 npm ERR!  ^
 npm ERR!  File: D:\microblog\microblog\package.json
 npm ERR!  Failed to parse package.json data.
 npm ERR!  package.json must be actual JSON, not just JavaScript.
 npm ERR!
 npm ERR!  This is not a bug in npm.
 npm ERR!  Tell the package author to fix their package.json file. JSON
 npm ERR!  Please include the following file with any support request:
 npm ERR!  D:\microblog\microblog\npm-debug.log

May I ask the reason for this? It’s amazing. Why does it suggest that there is a problem with’ M’? Mongodb alone cannot be installed normally.

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