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What if an EMP was only the first strike? With a credible threat to the United States and a plane stuck on the tarmac, Grant Walton is thirty seconds from full-blown panic mode. He’s the only one in the airport who knows the truth. When the power goes out, he can’t waste another second. It’s the beginning of the end and every man for himself. A nuclear attack will rip th What if an EMP was only the first strike? With a credible threat to the United States and a plane stuck on the tarmac, Grant Walton is thirty seconds from full-blown panic mode. He’s the only one in the airport who knows the truth. When the power goes out, he can’t waste another second. It’s the beginning of the end and every man for himself. A nuclear attack will rip the country apart. Leah Walton is wrapping up a twelve-hour shift as a nurse in the heart of the city. When the power goes out, the hospital operates on crisis mode. She can’t stop to to breathe, let alone check her messages. When she finally listens to her husband’s frantic calls, she’s faced with an impossible choice: leave or die trying. Could you drop everything to save yourself? Grant and Leah race the clock to find each other before the United States is plunged into chaos. When the bombs fall, their worst fears come true. Can Grant make it home in time to find his wife? Will Leah escape the brunt of the blast? The EMP is only the beginning. Brace for Impact is book one in Nuclear Survival: Southern Grit, a post-apocalyptic thriller series following ordinary people struggling to survive after a nuclear attack plunges the nation into chaos.


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What if an EMP was only the first strike? With a credible threat to the United States and a plane stuck on the tarmac, Grant Walton is thirty seconds from full-blown panic mode. He’s the only one in the airport who knows the truth. When the power goes out, he can’t waste another second. It’s the beginning of the end and every man for himself. A nuclear attack will rip th What if an EMP was only the first strike? With a credible threat to the United States and a plane stuck on the tarmac, Grant Walton is thirty seconds from full-blown panic mode. He’s the only one in the airport who knows the truth. When the power goes out, he can’t waste another second. It’s the beginning of the end and every man for himself. A nuclear attack will rip the country apart. Leah Walton is wrapping up a twelve-hour shift as a nurse in the heart of the city. When the power goes out, the hospital operates on crisis mode. She can’t stop to to breathe, let alone check her messages. When she finally listens to her husband’s frantic calls, she’s faced with an impossible choice: leave or die trying. Could you drop everything to save yourself? Grant and Leah race the clock to find each other before the United States is plunged into chaos. When the bombs fall, their worst fears come true. Can Grant make it home in time to find his wife? Will Leah escape the brunt of the blast? The EMP is only the beginning. Brace for Impact is book one in Nuclear Survival: Southern Grit, a post-apocalyptic thriller series following ordinary people struggling to survive after a nuclear attack plunges the nation into chaos.

30 review for Brace for Impact

  1. 5 out of 5

    carol.

    Brace for Impact starts a new trilogy in Tate's series about a massive EMP pulse. Unlike the prior two trilogies, this takes place in the Atlanta, Georgia area. It also enlarges the scope of the electrical loss from what is initially thought to be a solar-generated EMP-pulse to a potential nuclear attack. I admit, I was somewhat less intrigued by the premise of a separated couple wanting to meet up, because I think stories along those lines are predictable, and the separated family unit dynamic Brace for Impact starts a new trilogy in Tate's series about a massive EMP pulse. Unlike the prior two trilogies, this takes place in the Atlanta, Georgia area. It also enlarges the scope of the electrical loss from what is initially thought to be a solar-generated EMP-pulse to a potential nuclear attack. I admit, I was somewhat less intrigued by the premise of a separated couple wanting to meet up, because I think stories along those lines are predictable, and the separated family unit dynamic was explored in the first trilogy. Just once can we have members of a family realizing it is sensible to cut ties? (I'll refrain from commenting on my own family here, lest you think I'm more dysfunctional than I am). The writing continues to be acceptable, with straightforward language. The beginning has another awkward explano-blurb from a patient in the E.R.: “Why don’t we have service?” “Because the grid is toast.” She smiled like she was embarrassed. “Explain it to me like I’m five.” The man chuckled. “Think of the power grid like a massive web of electric wires. They run out from hubs, generators, substations, and major stations." Next think you know, we'll be talking about internet tubes. But there is some nice writing to offset it: "Typing to friends and taking pictures to post online was the new pastime. No one under the age of twenty talked or hung out anymore. They just sat with their necks bent, furiously pecking at their phones like a row of birds." Speaking of the tech generation, Tate continues to have some of the same refrains from the prior stories, which is less interesting to me, because there doesn't seem to have improvement in the subtlety of thought or reaction. For instance, Leah is in the midst of watching a television update and thinks: "She thought about what the reporter said on TV and how the network cut her feed in the middle of her warning. Did the government know who was responsible? Were they covering it up?" Because that's always the reaction in a crisis, right? You wouldn't suspect local power outage when there have been complete blackouts, or that the network would have been worried about advertising dollars, or any other possible reason--the viewer would go straight to 'government cover-up' without any evidence of the character having that world-view. In fact, Leah tends to have a trusting view, so it just seemed to me that it was another authorial interjection over consistent character building. On that note, Leah and Grant feel very... white bread. Boring. In love, recent house purchase, thinking about a kid, establishing careers, etc., etc. While that could be made into a possible character selling point--how do people that lead a relatively safe, insulated, tech-heavy lifestyle cope with loss of power?--but Leah was the only one that was more than a cookie-cutter shape. Leah is an E.R. nurse, so I admit that I was more interested because of a professional connection there, and the issues of emergency management in healthcare. When Grant finally meets up with Leah's family, they have a very odd reaction to him that made no sense in context of what the reader is given. It was an awkward, uninformative conversation that paved the way for Grant to basically move on. ************ Aside: There really isn't a system in place, you know, for prolonged disaster. All the disaster plans that are shared/practiced with staff are imminent emergency or mass-casualty. In prolonged emergencies to date, response has relied on extra-ordinary dedication from medical staff (somehow, I doubt people who stayed in the NYC hospitals during Hurricane Sandy got adequate overtime). ************ I was interested in the scenes of Leah and a doctor leaving the hospital, and different reactions to the different things they were seeing. Still, Leah's reaction didn't feel entirely genuine. I know E.R. nurses--and worked there for two years--and would say that they are often seriously funny, very smart, and extremely cynical. Especially in cities, they see such crazy things, they hear such truly unbelievable stories (seriously people, unbelievable. Nobody believes you accidentally fell on something and it got stuck in your rectum). Leah feels like a brand-new nurse graduate that is straight out of college and has about as much world experience as a puppy (honestly, they are so sincere, it's kind of adorable). At any rate, also interesting reading about her coping on her own. I don't think she coped well or made sensible decisions given the parameters of what Tate was giving us, but I was curious to see how it would turn out. Anyway. This ended more on a cliff-hanger than any of the prior stories, and quite honestly, I'm a little less interested in the nuclear doomsday set-up, partially because I believe it feels so unsurvivable, as well as the inevitable political commentary/subjecture that accompanies the situation. Perhaps it is time to be re-invented, but I feel like sci-fi has done a fair justice to the genre since the 1960s. I might get re-interested if the author seems to be bringing in actual sciencey-stuff, such as studies that have came out of the Chernobyl disaster in 1986, but on the whole, this didn't spark my trigger the way all the unknowns in the first trilogy did. Two-and-a-half stars, rounding down to counter all the ridiculous imported Amazon reviews, and because I'd expect some more developed writing by the 7th installment.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michele Rene

    I love Harley's books. I can't wait to read the next one in this series. You learn a lot about what can happen if a EMP and nuclear bomb were to hit. Nobody can ever be prepared for it. I love Harley's books. I can't wait to read the next one in this series. You learn a lot about what can happen if a EMP and nuclear bomb were to hit. Nobody can ever be prepared for it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Babbs

    Would you believe it if someone told you the date and time WW3 would start? What if that person isn't random, but had connections that make the knowledge more plausible, if still a reach? Would you go home and joke about it, while laughing nervously and watching the clock or would you fall into the "just in case" category that decides to be elsewhere ... just in case they are right. Our narrative focuses on two main characters, a female ER nurse, Leah, and her IT based husband, Grant. Grant is t Would you believe it if someone told you the date and time WW3 would start? What if that person isn't random, but had connections that make the knowledge more plausible, if still a reach? Would you go home and joke about it, while laughing nervously and watching the clock or would you fall into the "just in case" category that decides to be elsewhere ... just in case they are right. Our narrative focuses on two main characters, a female ER nurse, Leah, and her IT based husband, Grant. Grant is traveling in another part of the country, and both have to face the decisions of what to do when social structure and norms crumble. As a nurse, where does your obligation to your profession and the responsibility of family start? As a spouse, what would you take from others to ensure you get to see your significant other again? This is a solid end of the world novel, with a more human based focus on the question every Philosophy 101 student has heard: the choice between the needs of humanity as a generality or a specific person? While overplayed a bit with those very experienced with this genre, the writing is good and keeps the story moving. "Brace for Impact" is the first book in a series of at least 6 other novels at the time of this review, and doesn't advance the overall plot that much, but the events along the way are realistic enough that I binge read it in a single sitting. I advise you have the second book in the queue .. just in case.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Marythios (AkaSusanne )

    Grant Walton is out-of-town on business when a hacker contact warns him of an imminent nuclear attack. He leaves several messages for his nurse wife to leave Atlanta, but can't reach her. Grant's flight home is cancelled and then the power goes out. The story introduces you to some interesting people who manage to escape the city after and EMP event, and before a series of nuclear bombs. How they learn of what has happened was realistic, and you get their different stories as Grant and Leah are Grant Walton is out-of-town on business when a hacker contact warns him of an imminent nuclear attack. He leaves several messages for his nurse wife to leave Atlanta, but can't reach her. Grant's flight home is cancelled and then the power goes out. The story introduces you to some interesting people who manage to escape the city after and EMP event, and before a series of nuclear bombs. How they learn of what has happened was realistic, and you get their different stories as Grant and Leah are in a race against time , just barely out of range of nuclear fallout, as they try to warn others and stay out of danger. The story felt realistic to how people would act if this actually happened. I thought the story fell apart because to much time was spent on information that seemed to pull away from what the story was actually about. The characters at times fell flat as well. There reactions though where more true to how things would happen if a nuclear explosion happened.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gophergirl58

    I loved this book! The excitement kept me burning through the pages, and author Haley Tate did not disappoint me! My only complaint - and I am including this of all her books - is that, there are times when the characters keep regretting things over and over, and that becomes somewhat monotonous; but not enough to stop reading these books! Seriously though, my only real complaint is that the books need to be in the 300 page range, not less. I do not believe that I will ever get used to some book I loved this book! The excitement kept me burning through the pages, and author Haley Tate did not disappoint me! My only complaint - and I am including this of all her books - is that, there are times when the characters keep regretting things over and over, and that becomes somewhat monotonous; but not enough to stop reading these books! Seriously though, my only real complaint is that the books need to be in the 300 page range, not less. I do not believe that I will ever get used to some books being so short, especially when there's a series. Nevertheless, I'm anxiously waiting for the continuation of this and her other series!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dennis Crotts

    Awesome story well told Could not set this book down after I started reading. Being from the south many of the places I have been to and as a trucker places like LA, Chicago I have travel to also. Harley brought each and ever character to life and you could feel what they felt both good and bad. Also you see what would happen if the US was attacked the people would act as civilized before and many would afterwards but most would become salvages. The two people in this story are married the wife a Awesome story well told Could not set this book down after I started reading. Being from the south many of the places I have been to and as a trucker places like LA, Chicago I have travel to also. Harley brought each and ever character to life and you could feel what they felt both good and bad. Also you see what would happen if the US was attacked the people would act as civilized before and many would afterwards but most would become salvages. The two people in this story are married the wife a nurse and the husband software consultant. You follow there struggles to survive and stay alive but at the same time try to help others. The book is worth the read and I hope you enjoyed as much as I did

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jackie Bauerelen

    Just when it was getting hard to find a good apocalyptic book to read Harley Tate does it again. Brace for Impact ( Nuclear Survival: Southern Grit Book One) will blow your mind. The story line follows the lives of Grant and Leigh on their journey to find each other after a nuclear bomb explodes over Atlanta. Follow their journey back to each other and meet all of the extraordernary people that touch their lives...good and bad. A must read that will have you dying from impatiens for the next boo Just when it was getting hard to find a good apocalyptic book to read Harley Tate does it again. Brace for Impact ( Nuclear Survival: Southern Grit Book One) will blow your mind. The story line follows the lives of Grant and Leigh on their journey to find each other after a nuclear bomb explodes over Atlanta. Follow their journey back to each other and meet all of the extraordernary people that touch their lives...good and bad. A must read that will have you dying from impatiens for the next book in the series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Melbie

    First book in a series. Quick read as only about 240 pages. Ends abruptly with Big cliffhanger, so you must buy next book to find out what happens to the two main characters, Leah and her husband Grant. They are hundreds of miles apart when an EMP shuts down everything. Overused plot line of husband and wife trying to find each other after an apocalyptic event. Throwing in nuclear bombs after the EMP makes it more interesting. Main characters are well developed and the writing is fast paced and First book in a series. Quick read as only about 240 pages. Ends abruptly with Big cliffhanger, so you must buy next book to find out what happens to the two main characters, Leah and her husband Grant. They are hundreds of miles apart when an EMP shuts down everything. Overused plot line of husband and wife trying to find each other after an apocalyptic event. Throwing in nuclear bombs after the EMP makes it more interesting. Main characters are well developed and the writing is fast paced and keeps you interested. Good read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Mesmer

    I enjoyed this book and am now starting the second book. I enjoyed that it did not get overly bogged down in scientific and technical detail. It also did not spend a mass overload on descriptions of the color os the sky, the smell of the grass, etc. you know what I mean. 😉😃 The story follows a husband and wife caught in the begininngs of an attack. Starting with an EMP burst. The book follows them as they try to figure out what is happening and how/trying to find each other. I rated it a 4 star I enjoyed this book and am now starting the second book. I enjoyed that it did not get overly bogged down in scientific and technical detail. It also did not spend a mass overload on descriptions of the color os the sky, the smell of the grass, etc. you know what I mean. 😉😃 The story follows a husband and wife caught in the begininngs of an attack. Starting with an EMP burst. The book follows them as they try to figure out what is happening and how/trying to find each other. I rated it a 4 star ONLY because it was left as a cliffhanger.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ami

    This apocalypse novel is definitely from a different perspective than most. The two main characters are not preppers and know very little about the dangers they could face. It is very interesting and even the poor decisions (in my opinion, lol) each person makes are probably very close to what would actually happen in real life, under the same circumstances. It ends in a cliffhanger so I know that lol have to read book 2 to discover what happens next. I enjoyed and recommend this book to anyone This apocalypse novel is definitely from a different perspective than most. The two main characters are not preppers and know very little about the dangers they could face. It is very interesting and even the poor decisions (in my opinion, lol) each person makes are probably very close to what would actually happen in real life, under the same circumstances. It ends in a cliffhanger so I know that lol have to read book 2 to discover what happens next. I enjoyed and recommend this book to anyone that likes the genre. Read via Kindle Unlimited

  11. 5 out of 5

    Deb Randolph

    What would you do? This book draws you into each character's life as they fight to stay alive after an EMP takes out all electronic devices. The author has done a fantastic job on explanations of what actually happens during and after each event. I just couldn't stop reading this one. I was so disappointed when I found out that the sequel is not available yet! But, I have pre ordered it and I am happy I have found new series. What would you do? This book draws you into each character's life as they fight to stay alive after an EMP takes out all electronic devices. The author has done a fantastic job on explanations of what actually happens during and after each event. I just couldn't stop reading this one. I was so disappointed when I found out that the sequel is not available yet! But, I have pre ordered it and I am happy I have found new series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    L K

    Liked this first book in series, in that it introduced us to some interesting people who manage to escape the city after and EMP event, and before a series of nuclear bombs. How they learn of what has happened was realistic, and you get their different stories as Grant and Leah are in a race against time , just barely out of range of nuclear fallout, as they try to warn others and stay out of danger. Will read more in the series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    D. E.

    A HT. SYFY. Novel About an EMO Attack and a Nuclear Explosion (SGB.- 1) HT. has. penned a SYF Y Novel About a high altitude dEMO nuclear explosion which destroyed the electrical systems in the Eastern Seaboard. A man in Charlotte and a woman in Atlanta , husband and wife, race to get together in A town 50 miles north of Atlanta. The two blast occur and survival begins. This is an excellent read for the genre.....DEHS

  14. 4 out of 5

    Shancann

    Term Paper Level Not intellectually stimulating. 70% of the book revolved around how cars without computers run and driving in those cars, and cell phone volatility. Characters were poorly developed and too predictable. Overall the booked lacked imagination and rudimentary promise of suspense or surprise. If any reader expects to read this and gleem from it survival tips, prepare for disappointment.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Stonebender

    This is the beginning of the Southern Grit series. I'm reviewing all three. Like a lot of these books, they are all kind of a big long book. Anyway these are what I think of as kinder, gentler apocalypse stories. They don't fall into the macho survival of the fittest, gun fetish stories. The people act like people I know. They help people even when it might be dangerous or scary to do so. The pacing of these books were oddly slow, but I didn't mind. This is the beginning of the Southern Grit series. I'm reviewing all three. Like a lot of these books, they are all kind of a big long book. Anyway these are what I think of as kinder, gentler apocalypse stories. They don't fall into the macho survival of the fittest, gun fetish stories. The people act like people I know. They help people even when it might be dangerous or scary to do so. The pacing of these books were oddly slow, but I didn't mind.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cammy

    The book was a very quick read. The subject matter interesting. The writing I though was poor. And the actual events a bit unbelievable for “survivors apocalyptic fiction”. I’ve read much better. But the real thing that turned me off was the ending. There was none! You have to get the next book. I don’t know how many books are in this series... I will not keep buying books that don’t end and where you need to buy the next book to find out more.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Susan Day

    Nuclear Attack upon the U.S. Grant Walton is out-of-town on business when a hacker contact warns him of an imminent nuclear attack. He leaves several messages for his nurse wife to leave Atlanta, but can't reach her. Grant's flight home is cancelled and then the power goes out. I've enjoyed this author's "After the EMP" series, but was disappointed with this book. The main characters are rather flat and uninspiring. Nuclear Attack upon the U.S. Grant Walton is out-of-town on business when a hacker contact warns him of an imminent nuclear attack. He leaves several messages for his nurse wife to leave Atlanta, but can't reach her. Grant's flight home is cancelled and then the power goes out. I've enjoyed this author's "After the EMP" series, but was disappointed with this book. The main characters are rather flat and uninspiring.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Teresa R.Fieck

    Good Book I enjoyed this book.I worked in Atlanta and Lived a few miles from Hampton so it was interesting but I think things would have been a lot worse if the lights went out in downtown those that know Atlanta know what I mean still good Book.All the nerve racking thing Grant and Leah are going through.Can’t wait to see what’s next.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    Great story, well-written! Big fan of this author! Engaging story, professional presentation/editing. Not your typical approach to this genre...causes one to consider beyond immediate gloom and chaos...the doom of the genre is still there, but not as suffocatingly as most. I'd certainly recommend reading this book. Great story, well-written! Big fan of this author! Engaging story, professional presentation/editing. Not your typical approach to this genre...causes one to consider beyond immediate gloom and chaos...the doom of the genre is still there, but not as suffocatingly as most. I'd certainly recommend reading this book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Peggy

    Eye opener This type of story will grab you from the first chapter. I was , I got so into it that it almost felt real. When I would have to put the book down I would still be under the spell . I hope something like this never happens but what if it Does, makes you wonder. If you like this type of story __about EMP's you will like this, enjoy. Eye opener This type of story will grab you from the first chapter. I was , I got so into it that it almost felt real. When I would have to put the book down I would still be under the spell . I hope something like this never happens but what if it Does, makes you wonder. If you like this type of story __about EMP's you will like this, enjoy.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Pam Shelton-Anderson

    This was a very good book with a lot of action and build up. The two main characters have some good development as does some of the "supporting cast." Dawn and her husband are jerks for kicking out Grant instead of corroborating his story and helping. I look forward to the next book in the series. This was a very good book with a lot of action and build up. The two main characters have some good development as does some of the "supporting cast." Dawn and her husband are jerks for kicking out Grant instead of corroborating his story and helping. I look forward to the next book in the series.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Paul Rawlins II

    Great book! I got into Harley Tate books with the After the EMP series, this book didn't disappoint. Great characters, realistic story line, fast paced-page turner, great dialog, and none of the usual unbelievable coincidences that Post Apocalyptic Fiction novels tend to have. Definitely looking forward to more books in this series! Great book! I got into Harley Tate books with the After the EMP series, this book didn't disappoint. Great characters, realistic story line, fast paced-page turner, great dialog, and none of the usual unbelievable coincidences that Post Apocalyptic Fiction novels tend to have. Definitely looking forward to more books in this series!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Linda Longo

    EMP What would you do in the event of an EMP ? Leah is a nurse working her regular shift at a hospital in Atlanta, while her husband, Grant, is sitting on a plane waiting to take off and get home from a business trip. What difficulties will they face on their journey to meet up at her sister's house outside of Atlanta ? Will the be safe from the fallout ? EMP What would you do in the event of an EMP ? Leah is a nurse working her regular shift at a hospital in Atlanta, while her husband, Grant, is sitting on a plane waiting to take off and get home from a business trip. What difficulties will they face on their journey to meet up at her sister's house outside of Atlanta ? Will the be safe from the fallout ?

  24. 5 out of 5

    Phyllispurvis

    A bomb If a bomb is drop on a close major city! Would you know? Would you not see the mushroom cloud? How could you not know? Leah's sister seems to be in denial of what has happened. How can they not believe him. How can so many people not realize what has happened! He must find Leah! A bomb If a bomb is drop on a close major city! Would you know? Would you not see the mushroom cloud? How could you not know? Leah's sister seems to be in denial of what has happened. How can they not believe him. How can so many people not realize what has happened! He must find Leah!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Krisaundra

    Unexpected When I first started this book I wasn't sure it was going to work for me so it was an unexpected, but good surprise when I found myself drawn into the story to the point that I couldn't wait to get back to it as soon as possible. I'm eager to see if the next book in this series continues to keep me eager to keep coming back. Unexpected When I first started this book I wasn't sure it was going to work for me so it was an unexpected, but good surprise when I found myself drawn into the story to the point that I couldn't wait to get back to it as soon as possible. I'm eager to see if the next book in this series continues to keep me eager to keep coming back.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    That’s great Wonderful story. I love the characters they seem like real people. I always wondered why an author would not expand the world he created after an apocalypse. Harley Tate has done that he wrote a series about nuclear war in the south and in the north and it’s the same war. I can’t wait to read the rest of this series and in fact to read all of Harley Tates books.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Coralee Malinich

    Too terrifying but very real Well written with characters that wind their way into your heart. The author made me feel the sadness that Grant and Leah have to endure after the nuclear bomb destroyed their city. All in all a very well done book that I would encourage people to read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Pat Smith

    A "Can't Put Down" Book Thanks for a very good book! Enjoyed it tremendously. Now where 's Book 2? Can wait to read it and it's 5 a.m. I feel I have found another excellent author to follow. A "Can't Put Down" Book Thanks for a very good book! Enjoyed it tremendously. Now where 's Book 2? Can wait to read it and it's 5 a.m. I feel I have found another excellent author to follow.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ty Smith

    Interesting story I liked this one especially because I always wonder what people would do in a nuclear bomb/ war situation. Guess I need a zombie Apocalypse book now. Can't wait to check out this next book Interesting story I liked this one especially because I always wonder what people would do in a nuclear bomb/ war situation. Guess I need a zombie Apocalypse book now. Can't wait to check out this next book

  30. 4 out of 5

    jakekellsaol.com

    Fast and Furious Hard to put down book. Sometimes a little goofy, but thoroughly enjoyed it. Learned a few things as well as being entertained. I look forward to reading more books in the series.

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