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Words of Radiance: The Stormlight Archive, Book 2 | [Brandon Sanderson]

Words of Radiance: The Stormlight Archive, Book 2

Book two of the Stormlight Archive. From the best-selling author who completed Robert Jordan's epic Wheel of Time series comes a new, original creation that matches anything else in modern fantasy for epic scope, thrilling imagination, superb characters, and sheer addictiveness. Return to a planet swept by apocalyptic storms, a world tipping into war as aristocratic families move to control the shard blades and shard plates, ancient artifacts from a past civilisation that can win wars.
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Book two of the Stormlight Archive.

From the best-selling author who completed Robert Jordan's epic Wheel of Time series comes a new, original creation that matches anything else in modern fantasy for epic scope, thrilling imagination, superb characters, and sheer addictiveness. Return to a planet swept by apocalyptic storms, a world tipping into war as aristocratic families move to control the shard blades and shard plates, ancient artifacts from a past civilisation that can win wars.

As the world tips into a war for control of the mythical artifacts of power made from Shard, characters are swept up into new dangers which will threaten their integrity and their lives. Huge, ideas-filled, world-spanning fantasy from a master of the genre.

©2014 Dragonsteel Entertainment, LLC (P)2014 Macmillan Audio

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    Robyn SWINDON, United Kingdom 24/03/2014
    Robyn SWINDON, United Kingdom 24/03/2014 Member Since 2011

    I get bored quickly so take ages choosing my books. Preferred authors incl Sanderson, Rothfuss, PBrett, ....tho' C Harris makes me laugh too

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    "Outstanding - again!…and very much worth the wait."

    I think Brandon Sanderson might just be a genius! He is the wordsmith who has surely bonded the High Spren of storytelling. Ok, contrived comment, but I just couldn’t help myself- also evidence as to why I am a reader of these books rather than a writer, but I can certainly appreciate good craft when I see it.

    The Way of Kings was one of my early forays into the epic fantasy genre, and it got me hooked. I have since worked my way through many other series in this genre, with Peter V Brett, Patrick Rothfuss, George RR Martin, Joe Abercrombie, and Robert Jordan added to my list of favourites (and probably in that order of preference too) but, in excited anticipation of this sequel, I listened again to Stormlight book one….and in my opinion, it’s still the best!! Indeed it was even better on the second listening as I noticed so many more clever nuances I’d missed on the first pass…..and so my expectations for book two of the series were set very high. Happily, Words of Radiance didn’t let me down. It didn’t miss a beat; it just kept right on where Way of Kings left off. The pace never let up, no “padding in the middle” (my pet peeve when it comes to sequels) and not once in almost 50 hours of listening did a character say something out of sorts or disappoint me for the sake of a convenient plot twist (although perhaps Shallan could have managed one of her quips when she realised she wasn’t the reason for Kaladin’s chasm survival after all!).

    I love these characters, and after two books in the series I feel l really know them. They are so well developed as individuals – both their strengths and shortcomings (the narration helps too – it’s been consistent across both books, and the attitude in the tone of the narrator definitely contributes to their characters).

    There is humour in this book too – I found myself grinning on more than one occasion: the banter between Kaladin and Adolin, Shallan’s quick tongue, Rock’s observations and Wit’s….well…..Wit’s wit (and I have to admit it, but I so haven’t sussed Wit yet? Just when I’ve decided he’s one of the good guys, there’s an interlude and I’m thrown again – but he is just so likeable!!) .

    The plot twists and turns, with new teasers with every interlude – never predictable. The label of epic is more than justified. Sanderson is definitely a master story teller – how does he do it??

    Another thing that has always set Stormlight aside from other fantasies in my mind is the sheer enormity and originality of the “new world” that has been created. This imagery is augmented in Words of Radiance. Whereas with most fantasies I can see references or nods to our known cultures, with Stormlight, Sanderson has managed to create a whole new ecosystem too. Also, typical of Sanderson, the magic system is thoroughly conceived and cohesive. It truly is a whole new world, and it’s all very impressive. Overlay this with Sanderson’s creative story-telling and plot weaving, and you have a very enjoyable journey.

    In a bid to understand a little more of what makes Sanderson tick, and how he manages to conjure such imagery, I went to brandonsanderson.com (I was also fishing a little - looking for hints at what might be coming next - I was bereft at the characters having deserted me for another few years). Apparently he started work on Stormlight over 15 years ago, and has written “hundreds of thousands of words worth of worldbuilding for it”. This level of investment and preparation clearly shows – it’s manifested as an epic, satisfying experience for his readers.

    Although Words of Radiance ends with many, many loose ends and much left unexplained, it’s still a very satisfying cliff-hanger.

    Regarding the narration; Michael Kramer is brilliant as usual, and even Kate Reading gets her pronunciation of key names correct this time. (I think she's better than she was in book one? I know many reviewers didn't like her, although I was ok with her).

    If you haven’t yet read Way of Kings, you could possibly jump right into this series with this book, but you’d be short-changing yourself. Do start at the beginning. Indeed, I almost envy you if you’re still at the start of this journey – it is a treat. Hopefully it won’t be another four year wait ‘til the next instalment, but I have to admit that I might just be prepared to wait longer than I would like if the quality stays this high – these books are so intricate and detailed that I would fear the implications of simply “churning them out” (although with 5 books planned for this series, and another possible 5 as a sequel, shorter intervals would be appreciated – I need to still be around to read the last instalment!).

    10/10! Enjoy!!

    19 of 20 people found this review helpful
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    Parish London 13/05/2014
    Parish London 13/05/2014 Member Since 2013
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    "Outstanding"
    If you could sum up Words of Radiance in three words, what would they be?

    Had me gripped.


    What did you like best about this story?

    The plot, the narration, the pace - fantastic. Theres a lot to it (many hours) and I covered a lot of ground dog-walking with my headphones on without noticing.


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    nicole United Kingdom 31/05/2014
    nicole United Kingdom 31/05/2014 Member Since 2013

    "I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library." — Jorge Luis Borges

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    "The kind of book you miss when it ends."

    Quite simply one of the best of the best.I'm not going to give a long review as there are already plenty of good ones out there, this is really just to add my recommendation to the growing number of others. The first story in the series was 5 stars but both writer and narrators have somehow managed to improve even on this. You do need to read the books in series order and the series is planned to span 10 books. I can't wait for the next one.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Caroline Wellington, New Zealand 14/05/2014
    Caroline Wellington, New Zealand 14/05/2014 Member Since 2009

    I love books and love reading. Audio gives you the ability to listen to your books when you are on the move and immerse yourself.

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    "Strong second instalment"
    What made the experience of listening to Words of Radiance the most enjoyable?

    The characters are believable and you never get bored or lose interest in the storyline.


    What about Michael Kramer and Kate Reading ’s performance did you like?

    They read well together and bring the characters to life


    Any additional comments?

    If you liked the first book then the 2nd instalment continues on in the same entertaining way. Recommend for those who need a long audio book to listen to and like to get immersed in a storyline and characters.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Flavio 13/05/2014
    Flavio 13/05/2014 Member Since 2010
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    "Outstanding"
    Who was your favorite character and why?

    Kaladin is my favorite character. His development has been magnificent. He is finally becoming the man who he was supposed to be and witnessing it has been a really fun ride.


    Which scene did you most enjoy?

    Kaladin saying the words left me speechless and those around him as well. I actually held my breath when it happened and only released it when the moment was passed.


    Any additional comments?

    Yes. I cannot wait for the next one. I had my brother read the series in print because he doesn't like audio books. He loved it. I have come to the conclusion that the Storm light archives is my favorite series and unquestionably the best set of purchases I have made from Audible

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Tommy burnley, United Kingdom 10/05/2014
    Tommy burnley, United Kingdom 10/05/2014 Member Since 2010
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    "another classic from Brandon Sandeson"
    What did you like most about Words of Radiance?

    Excellent fast pace, keeps you on your toes throughout


    What did you like best about this story?

    good storylines well read would recommend to anyone who likes a good action fantasy novel


    Any additional comments?

    awesome read!!!!!! once you start you wont stop!!!!!!!!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    England fan 1 England 10/05/2014
    England fan 1 England 10/05/2014 Member Since 2010
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    "Brandon at his best"
    What made the experience of listening to Words of Radiance the most enjoyable?

    The quality of the writing and the performance of Michael and Kate


    Who was your favorite character and why?

    Kaladin but all of them are good I don't want to spoil why just get this


    Have you listened to any of Michael Kramer and Kate Reading ’s other performances? How does this one compare?

    Yes, I look for both of them on audio books as they are outstanding.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    Yes but no spoilers


    Any additional comments?

    Worth my membership alone.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Happy girl 09/05/2014
    Happy girl 09/05/2014 Member Since 2012
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    "Amazing read gripping all the way through!!"
    Where does Words of Radiance rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    I would rate this book as a 10


    What did you like best about this story?

    The story line is gripping,you can't help but love the characters. I love how each character has their own background and how they are connected to each other. But then there are characters you know nothing about but you love their flare for example Witt one of the characters he is so funny and interesting but WHO IS HE what's his connection to this story brandan sanders best get move on I'm dying for this next instalment !!!


    Have you listened to any of Michael Kramer and Kate Reading ’s other performances? How does this one compare?

    No but they are fantastic they brought these characters to light the only quibble I have is that kate reading changed accents for the ship crew in this book from what she did in the first it confused me.


    If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

    The words of a radiant .. Life before death strength before weakness


    Any additional comments?

    PLEASE hurry up with next instalment I'm having withdrawal symptoms and I only just finished it lol. Any one who listens to this book will understand how good it is on a level with game of thrones

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    paula United Kingdom 04/05/2014
    paula United Kingdom 04/05/2014 Member Since 2014
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    "Carries on from the Way of Kings.. Just Excellent!"
    Would you listen to Words of Radiance again? Why?

    I will certainly be listening to Words of Radiance again, as like the first book, I'll be listening to the whole thing again before the next book!


    What other book might you compare Words of Radiance to, and why?

    I can't compare Brandon Sandersons' writing style or stories to any other author, as all his books are always very unique, the worlds and the way the "magic systems" work are different in so many way to anything else I've heard of.

    But I would certainly put this and all of Brandon's work along with the likes of Robert Jordan and Joe Abercrombie, my other 2 favorite authors of this gener.


    Which scene did you most enjoy?

    Any of the big battle and fight scenes, I won't mention any, so to avoid spoilers, however Brandon writes them so well, you really don't want to pause it part way through, you have to find somewhere quiet to just take it all in!


    Any additional comments?

    One of the things that makes this so good are the narrators, Michael Kramer and Kate Reading, are without exception my favorite narrators. They have the ability to make every character sound individual

    the only thing that was a little odd, was the way Kate said "Sadeas" the odd thing was it was only for a very short period in the book, Kate was pronouncing it really strangely... then started saying it properly again!

    Anyway, these 2 are the best, I've loved their work from the WoT series and it was because i like their narration so much, that I hunted for other books they'd narrated and them came across Brandon, so for that,they can do no wrong in my eyes!!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    R. Sora East Anglia, England 04/05/2014
    R. Sora East Anglia, England 04/05/2014 Member Since 2012
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    "Did not want it to end"

    This is a great second installment. I was mortified when it finished as I will now have to wait 3 years or so until the next book.
    My favourite character from the previous book is Kaladin and his abilities and story are given even more attention here. I did not greatly enjoy Shallon's part of the story in the first book but it is much better in this. Her back story is fleshed out and she gains a personality/
    The voice acting it excellent and never once detract from listening.
    If you enjoyed the first book, you will love this. It is even better.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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  • Sally Howes
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    "Great books are the ones that make you THINK"
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    You know you've found something special when the first book in a series is excellent ... but the second book is even better. WORDS OF RADIANCE is one such second book, and is a strong indicator that the Stormlight Archive as a whole is going to be Brandon Sanderson's masterpiece. As an encore to the extraordinary and enthralling THE WAY OF KINGS, WORDS OF RADIANCE raises the bar to dizzying new heights. This book's depth, complexity, scope, and sheer heart and gutsiness make it a joy to experience.

    In order to write a great fantasy novel, you must first have a great plot and great characters, and in WORDS OF RADIANCE, Sanderson has achieved this with such style that it appears effortless, seamless. THE WAY OF KINGS was the starter's pistol, and WORDS OF RADIANCE shows Sanderson really hitting his stride. The plot expands and deepens like the chasms of the Shattered Plains. The scope of the story increases exponentially, yet never quite becomes too unwieldy or difficult to follow. And excitingly, the final scenes open up whole new horizons to be explored in future books.

    Character development in WORDS OF RADIANCE is also first class. I have to admit that in the preceding book, I found Dalinar's character to be rather bleak, but WORDS OF RADIANCE makes him much more three-dimensional and therefore likable. On the other hand, I loved Kaladin and Shallan from the very first time I met them. However, in WORDS OF RADIANCE, both of their characters blossom even further, revealing unexpected depths. They are both such engaging characters because they are both, paradoxically, so deeply scarred, and that is something every reader can empathize with in their own unique way. Through the characters of Kaladin and Shallan, Sanderson poses the questions: How far can a person be pushed before they break? And once broken, are there means they can use to continue to function as human beings? WORDS OF RADIANCE sums up Kaladin and Shallan perfectly: "Contradictions. Those were what made people real." In the end, that is what it comes down to: These are great characters because they are so very real.

    For a fantasy novel to be something truly exceptional, it has to have something even more than a great plot and great characters. There are just so many fantasy novels out there - and so many of them are either simply ordinary, or perhaps good, but very few are extraordinary. So when I'm reading a fantasy novel, I'm always looking for something truly special about it, something that it does better than all the rest and that marks it as one of the greats. In the case of WORDS OF RADIANCE, I believe it is the book's deep and heartfelt exploration of important human issues that most emphatically sets it apart from the crowd. There are a core group of themes that are not just explored but are attacked from every possible angle, so that thematically, the book reveals more layers than an onion. It is one of the great paradoxes of literature that real-world issues are often most effectively tackled in the fantasy genre. Brandon Sanderson has been particularly adept at this throughout his career, but never more so than in WORDS OF RADIANCE.

    Class difference seems to be a theme that has long been close to Sanderson's heart, and it has its most overt airing yet in WORDS OF RADIANCE. As Kaladin says to Shallan: "'It's the fault of your entire class. Each time one of us is defrauded, enslaved, beaten, or broken, the blame rests upon all of you who support it, even indirectly.'" But in a sign of authorial maturity, the question also arises: If class does separate human beings, does humanity, in the end, bind them together? WORDS OF RADIANCE also asks many questions about the concept of justice, questions such as: Can life pay for life? Is killing ever justified? Is there any real difference between killing and murder? Anyone interested in arguments about corporal punishment could do a lot worse than read WORDS OF RADIANCE.

    But there was one theme in this book that truly captured my imagination. This theme, put simply, was the nature of lies, but not in the way we would normally think about it. It takes a being from another dimension to articulate it most succinctly: "'You [humans] are abstract. You think in lies, and tell them to yourselves.'" Not only is the way in which we create our own self-images and our images of others a matter of perspective, and therefore a slightly different experience for every person, WORDS OF RADIANCE demonstrates most profoundly and movingly how we use lies to protect ourselves. Both Kaladin and Shallan lie to themselves and others in order to salvage their own sanity in the wake of unspeakable brutality. And this made me think long and hard about the millions, perhaps even billions, of people throughout human history who have been forced to do exactly the same thing.

    Fantasy books as a genre suffer under the stigma of being unrealistic and therefore somehow less than other genres. But as far as I'm concerned, great books can come from any genre, and need only fulfill one overriding criteria: Great books must make the reader THINK. From now on, I shall be holding up WORDS OF RADIANCE as my proof that fantasy books can do exactly that, and do it very, very well.

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  • Jack
    31/07/14
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    "Enthralling"
    Would you listen to Words of Radiance again? Why?

    Absolutely. As I got near the end of the book I had a little anxiety attack at the end of each chapter fearing the words "This is the end of book two"


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Words of Radiance?

    The rescue of Delenar from the assassin in white. Predictable and a bit cliché, but glorious, triumphant and perfect.


    What about Michael Kramer and Kate Reading ’s performance did you like?

    What a great team, I enjoyed listening to them both in The Wheel of Time saga, and they do the same brilliant job of giving each character their own voice and life.


    If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

    Stupid question.


    Any additional comments?

    I really enjoyed this book, a must listen for any fantasy fan.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Jonathan
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    11/07/14
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    "Not the best point of view"

    The ideas behind the stormlight archive are really interesting and I thoroughly enjoyed the first book in this series. I was very excited to read this one as well and am eagerly looking forward to others. Each book is written from the point of view of several characters with one of those characters being the pre-eminent one in the book. In the first book that was Kaladin and in this one it is Shallan.

    I found Shallan to be an unimpressive character - overly self absorbed and tiresome coming across somewhat pathetic. I was continually waiting for the sections from her point of view to conclude so I could become enthralled again in what Kaladin was up to. Perhaps the female narrator didn't help to make her seem worthwhile.

    The story is awesome and well worth reading for anyone who enjoys fantasy. The world is rich and complex and well thought out. So much so that even though the sections of Shallan leave a lot to be desired, the rest of the book more than makes up for it.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Sharon
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    13/06/14
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    "You need to read the first one!!!"

    This is definitely not a stand alone book. It is better than the first one in my opinion. This review is similar to the first book review.

    Story - This does not start off slowly as all of the groundwork has been set in the first book. I liked that not everything was explained. If the characters see a creature then they see it as it is to them, perfectly normal, if the creature needs explanation then the author uses very clever devices to describe them.

    Narrator - Tells the story in a good way. He neither detracts nor adds to the story which is great because this story is good enough to stand on it's own. He uses inflection and accents that a not over the top to distinguish between characters. It seems that with this new book he was looking forward to it too. I liked the way he really "got into" the story here.

    I enjoyed this very much and am looking forward to more.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Amazon Customer
    04/05/14
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    ""Whoo hoo! Only one of the best books ever written"
    Where does Words of Radiance rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    Absolutely in the top 5.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Words of Radiance?

    When Kaladin was trying to save the king and faced down Moash even as he was in such a terrible physical shape. He was not about to give up. I gave him real props for that.

    And when Dalinar tricked out Amaram re Kaladin's story. And whenever Lopen had something to say - he is FUN-NY!


    What does Michael Kramer and Kate Reading bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    Their nuances for the funny bits make the funny bits funnier. Their performance of the character's voices made it easier to understand their personalities; Sadeas is a prime example - he sounds slimey and underhand, a perfect fit.


    If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

    Air-sick lowlanders! lol


    Any additional comments?

    I really like that the characters are humanly flawed. Kaladin is still finding his way, and filled with a lot of conflict about the whole light eyes/dark eyes dynamics. I groaned in disappointment when he agreed to help kill the king, and again when he gave Moash the shardplate and sword. That was a dumb move. But it was great to see that he has to struggle to get to where he has to be, and not just wake up one day all perfect and superheroish.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Nathan
    03/05/14
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    "An excellent start to the story"
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    At 40 hours long some might say it's a bit long winded but I was gripped right to the end.


    What did you like best about this story?

    The lead characters development from hero to slave and back to hero


    Which character – as performed by Michael Kramer and Kate Reading – was your favorite?

    Kaladin


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    When, despite the prejudice he suffered from Eihokar and his peers, he puts himself in danger to save his life


    Any additional comments?

    Can't wait for the next book in the series

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Mr
    Bexley, Australia
    28/03/14
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    "Fantastic"
    Where does Words of Radiance rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    One of the best


    What other book might you compare Words of Radiance to and why?

    Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time.


    Any additional comments?

    This series will be one of the best epic fantasy novels. Hopefully we won't have to wait too long for the next book.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Samuel
    Brisbane, Australia
    14/03/14
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    "This series has amazing potential"

    Brandon Sanderson's second book in the Stormlight Archive is a pretty great listen. Michael Kramer and Kate Reading do a awesome job of bringing the characters to life. I literally was walking around for three and a half days, oblivious to the world. I could NOT put this down.

    There are some minor annoyances with the story, mainly that the 48 hours wasn't enough time, and I really wanted the ending to be a bit less open, but that is likely to be an opinion isolated to myself.

    I strongly recommend this book to anyone interested in a compelling drama driven fantasy book. There's heaps of action, and a seasoning of romance (but definitely not a great deal).

    I would also really recommend the first book in the series to give you a grounding of the characters past lives, although this, being incredibly well written may allow readers to jump straight in.

    Good luck and good listening,
    Sam.

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