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It began with a boy and a flute. It will end in darkness. The Songmaker, a rebel mage, has brought devastation to the kingdom of Amaury. Mages battle for supremacy whilst warlords rule the remnants of a broken population. And, sensing weakness, dark forces gather beyond the Veil, ready to punch a hole into this reality. Into this arena step two reluctant saviours… Maegw It began with a boy and a flute. It will end in darkness. The Songmaker, a rebel mage, has brought devastation to the kingdom of Amaury. Mages battle for supremacy whilst warlords rule the remnants of a broken population. And, sensing weakness, dark forces gather beyond the Veil, ready to punch a hole into this reality. Into this arena step two reluctant saviours… Maegwin, a tormented priestess, is the last of her kind. The sole survivor of a murderous attack on her temple, she knows her goddess would preach forgiveness for her enemies. But Maegwin dreams only of revenge. Rovann, a loyal mage, bows under the weight of expectation. As King’s Mage, the people look to him for salvation. But after the death of his wife, he dreams only of oblivion. Somehow these two damaged souls must learn to trust each other for only united will they have the power to face the ancient evil that is stirring. But that’s easier said than done. Because the Songmaker is waiting and if they falter, he will crush them utterly. The Last Priestess is the first book of a fantasy series in the spirit of epics such as A Song of Ice and Fire and The Wheel of Time. Step into a world of warring mages, fantastical creatures, and heroes who have the courage to stand against the darkness. If you love Game of Thrones, The Wheel of Time or The Sword of Truth, you’ll love this epic tale of darkness and redemption. Scroll up and grab your copy today!


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It began with a boy and a flute. It will end in darkness. The Songmaker, a rebel mage, has brought devastation to the kingdom of Amaury. Mages battle for supremacy whilst warlords rule the remnants of a broken population. And, sensing weakness, dark forces gather beyond the Veil, ready to punch a hole into this reality. Into this arena step two reluctant saviours… Maegw It began with a boy and a flute. It will end in darkness. The Songmaker, a rebel mage, has brought devastation to the kingdom of Amaury. Mages battle for supremacy whilst warlords rule the remnants of a broken population. And, sensing weakness, dark forces gather beyond the Veil, ready to punch a hole into this reality. Into this arena step two reluctant saviours… Maegwin, a tormented priestess, is the last of her kind. The sole survivor of a murderous attack on her temple, she knows her goddess would preach forgiveness for her enemies. But Maegwin dreams only of revenge. Rovann, a loyal mage, bows under the weight of expectation. As King’s Mage, the people look to him for salvation. But after the death of his wife, he dreams only of oblivion. Somehow these two damaged souls must learn to trust each other for only united will they have the power to face the ancient evil that is stirring. But that’s easier said than done. Because the Songmaker is waiting and if they falter, he will crush them utterly. The Last Priestess is the first book of a fantasy series in the spirit of epics such as A Song of Ice and Fire and The Wheel of Time. Step into a world of warring mages, fantastical creatures, and heroes who have the courage to stand against the darkness. If you love Game of Thrones, The Wheel of Time or The Sword of Truth, you’ll love this epic tale of darkness and redemption. Scroll up and grab your copy today!

30 review for The Last Priestess: An epic fantasy adventure

  1. 5 out of 5

    Christian

    "The Last Priestess" is an interesting tale about two characters, Maegwin and Rovann, from another time, meet during a dire event which forces their destiny to collide and take another direction leading them to fight side by side, one for venegence, the other for redemption using sometimes sorcery, sometimes brute force. Plenty of other reviews will give more story line details but I would like to share that I really enjoyed this book because it was a page turner, it was simple to follow, the pac "The Last Priestess" is an interesting tale about two characters, Maegwin and Rovann, from another time, meet during a dire event which forces their destiny to collide and take another direction leading them to fight side by side, one for venegence, the other for redemption using sometimes sorcery, sometimes brute force. Plenty of other reviews will give more story line details but I would like to share that I really enjoyed this book because it was a page turner, it was simple to follow, the pacing was just right, the tension was perfect and never once did I feel overwhelmed with details as some writers spend too much effort being overly descriptive of something as simple as a leaf falling to the ground; you know describing the forest, the tree, the veins in the leaf, the shade of colour, the ground, the shape of the terrain, the time of day and location all in too many paragraphs. I was told just enough to picture actually being there; feeling the terror, smelling the blood, sweat and fear counter balanced by the humour and slight romance in just the right amount of doses. And that suited me just fine! This tale has everything I enjoy about a story leaving me wanting more which I am hoping Ms.Baxter follows through with a sequel, an another and yet perhaps another. There has to be more to this story...there must be!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Valery

    Enjoyable read. Good versus evil, but also a twisting of good doing bad when trying to do good. Spoiler* Major cliff-hangar ending made me hesitant to move on. There was no wrap up, just a sudden drop during a major conflict. Not sure I'll read second in series. For my clean readers: A bit of language, some bawdy humor, but nothing too bad, and abundant violence. Enjoyable read. Good versus evil, but also a twisting of good doing bad when trying to do good. Spoiler* Major cliff-hangar ending made me hesitant to move on. There was no wrap up, just a sudden drop during a major conflict. Not sure I'll read second in series. For my clean readers: A bit of language, some bawdy humor, but nothing too bad, and abundant violence.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Madhulika Liddle

    Elizabeth Baxter’s fantasy novel The Last Priestess begins with its protagonist, the eponymous ‘last priestess’, Maegwin, in prison. A devotee of the peace-loving goddess Sho-La, Maegwin has been tried (summarily) for the killing of several men, including a nobleman named Hounsey. She is sentenced to be hanged, and gasps her last on the gallows—when a fair-haired, blue-eyed stranger named Rovann arrives, racing into town. He is a messenger from the King, and he comes bearing orders for Maegwin’s Elizabeth Baxter’s fantasy novel The Last Priestess begins with its protagonist, the eponymous ‘last priestess’, Maegwin, in prison. A devotee of the peace-loving goddess Sho-La, Maegwin has been tried (summarily) for the killing of several men, including a nobleman named Hounsey. She is sentenced to be hanged, and gasps her last on the gallows—when a fair-haired, blue-eyed stranger named Rovann arrives, racing into town. He is a messenger from the King, and he comes bearing orders for Maegwin’s release, for Maegwin holds vital information that the King wants to hear from her. Soon, Maegwin, puzzled and suspicious, is riding alongside Rovann (and a minstrel named Leo, who has latched on to them and refuses to be shaken off) to Tyrlindon, the capital. And along the way, she begins to discover the truth. Who Rovann really is, what evil stalks the land, what sorcery—good and evil—is at work here. And Rovann comes to know the truth behind Maegwin’s killing of those men: a truth that has a greater bearing on the future of the entire kingdom than just the destruction for which Maegwin seeks revenge. This is a fairly interesting fantasy story, even if there’s not very much here that hasn't been done before. The hero and heroine both have secrets, including a tormented and dark past, and a suddenly-arisen leaning towards the dark side. There is battle, both sword-and-spear-fought as well as magical; there are powers channelled through the Realms, through the elements. There is dark and light, evil and good. I liked this book, even though I found the attraction between Rovann and Maegwin too sudden to be believable (on the other hand, it doesn't go swiftly overboard, so that is a redeeming factor). The story, too, ends at just the point where you do want to read about the further adventures of these two people as they set off to save their world. I will probably be getting hold of the sequel as well.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ted Tayler

    "The never ending battle between good and evil" An epic fantasy. If you can suspend belief in everything you know and understand, then this is going to be a book you will relish. I can appreciate the fact that it has been well-written with a tightly constructed plot. As for the story line itself; well, it's unbelievable, which prevented me from rating it any higher. "The never ending battle between good and evil" An epic fantasy. If you can suspend belief in everything you know and understand, then this is going to be a book you will relish. I can appreciate the fact that it has been well-written with a tightly constructed plot. As for the story line itself; well, it's unbelievable, which prevented me from rating it any higher.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

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  6. 4 out of 5

    Traslan

    Started out good, but then it went downhill...

  7. 5 out of 5

    David Houston

    3*- The book started OK, I was planning on giving it 4*, but then about 80% of the way through, the writing quality plummeted to 2* level. She can't write fight scenes. And there's a fair bit of 'the outline says X has to happen, so it does', even if it wouldn't naturally flow. 3*- The book started OK, I was planning on giving it 4*, but then about 80% of the way through, the writing quality plummeted to 2* level. She can't write fight scenes. And there's a fair bit of 'the outline says X has to happen, so it does', even if it wouldn't naturally flow.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lexie

    And I think I'm being exceedingly polite to even offer 3 stars when this felt more like 2.5. For a brief time (like...70-84%) this book held my attention and I was like "Lex you really misjudged this book" and then it all went downhill and I realized no I didn't and why did I think I did. I don't know if you guys remember the "Griffin's Daughter" trilogy by Leslie Ann Moore I reviewed like 2 years or so ago, but yeah. This is giving me shades of that (in terms of up and down consistency of intere And I think I'm being exceedingly polite to even offer 3 stars when this felt more like 2.5. For a brief time (like...70-84%) this book held my attention and I was like "Lex you really misjudged this book" and then it all went downhill and I realized no I didn't and why did I think I did. I don't know if you guys remember the "Griffin's Daughter" trilogy by Leslie Ann Moore I reviewed like 2 years or so ago, but yeah. This is giving me shades of that (in terms of up and down consistency of interest) except this is rather more predictable and Baxter is somewhat better at setting up the fighting. Totally not forgiving her for what happened to my 2 favorite characters though. And letting certain other characters run amok.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Lyamuya

    Loved it; I love a good dark story and this impressed me, could not put it down. Both main characters were amazing where one who had lost everything and sees death as the only soft bed to lay on decides to take her enemies with her and she does this the only way she knows how; with a sword in her hand, a battle cry from her lips and the pool of her enemies blood under her feet. Next we have a mage or rather the King's mage willing to do anything for his kingdom only starts having doubt of everyth Loved it; I love a good dark story and this impressed me, could not put it down. Both main characters were amazing where one who had lost everything and sees death as the only soft bed to lay on decides to take her enemies with her and she does this the only way she knows how; with a sword in her hand, a battle cry from her lips and the pool of her enemies blood under her feet. Next we have a mage or rather the King's mage willing to do anything for his kingdom only starts having doubt of everything when his beloved moves on to the after life blaming him for his self absorbed duty to his kingdom than to her. The two meet in an unusual way- or not, then start their journey meeting a very talkative bard along the way. I was curious and on edge as to how our last priestess would fare when it comes to being good or evil. Then there was King's mage who knows his enemies are more powerful than him and his fellow mages combined. Ugh why did this have to be so short!? Anyway hope I didn't spoil much, grab your copy if you haven't and only if you enjoy a story about mages and priests.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Virginia O'Malley

    The Last Priestess: The Songmaker - Book 1 Author: Elizabeth Baxter Publisher: KDP Year: 1st Ed 2013, 2nd Ed 2018 I really enjoyed this fantasy adventure, travelling on a journey with the characters. Elizabeth is a wonderful visual storyteller. I did get lost in the story with the magic, the battle scenes, the banter of the characters, but I felt like the ending of this book was cut very quickly to a point where you will have to read book #2, The King’s Mage, to find out what happens next. This is i The Last Priestess: The Songmaker - Book 1 Author: Elizabeth Baxter Publisher: KDP Year: 1st Ed 2013, 2nd Ed 2018 I really enjoyed this fantasy adventure, travelling on a journey with the characters. Elizabeth is a wonderful visual storyteller. I did get lost in the story with the magic, the battle scenes, the banter of the characters, but I felt like the ending of this book was cut very quickly to a point where you will have to read book #2, The King’s Mage, to find out what happens next. This is in a way an encouragement to buy the two books together with 333 pages in book #1 and 242 pages in book #2, so if you are happy to settle into a longer read, this would be a good collection to get your teeth into in one purchase. The book is very beautifully written and there is a great story going on amongst the characters. I will be reading book #2 as I would like to find out what happens next.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Judi Easley

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I really liked this series until it got into the logistics of the final battle and saving the city. Too many knit-picky little details that didn't aid anything or move the story forward. I liked the world building and the style of magic with the different Realms, especially the avatars. A huge wolf, a dragon, angels? And Prince Owen, who was blinded during his torture, saw so much more than most people. The Songmaker was well disguised and I liked his comments at the end. I felt badly for Maegwi I really liked this series until it got into the logistics of the final battle and saving the city. Too many knit-picky little details that didn't aid anything or move the story forward. I liked the world building and the style of magic with the different Realms, especially the avatars. A huge wolf, a dragon, angels? And Prince Owen, who was blinded during his torture, saw so much more than most people. The Songmaker was well disguised and I liked his comments at the end. I felt badly for Maegwin who was so badly manipulated by so many, including, Rovann. Favorite characters: Lady and her many knives, PrinceOwen and his blind sight, and the Shinnar Shaman and his "hairy ass crack and goddess teats" language. It took all kinds to make this round trip journey and Ms. Baxter provide all kinds! Recommended as a series.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Candice Roy

    the book was good but it left me with so many unanswered questions which obviously it's a series so it's going to continue in the next book. however I was very disappointed with the all of a sudden romantic tie between the two main characters I thought it wasn't necessary for the book I actually really enjoyed her vendetta and her needing to get revenge and not necessarily need a man she can do it on her own but this just random oh I'm going to kiss him and we're going to kiss thrown into it wit the book was good but it left me with so many unanswered questions which obviously it's a series so it's going to continue in the next book. however I was very disappointed with the all of a sudden romantic tie between the two main characters I thought it wasn't necessary for the book I actually really enjoyed her vendetta and her needing to get revenge and not necessarily need a man she can do it on her own but this just random oh I'm going to kiss him and we're going to kiss thrown into it without any inclination of caring or finding him attractive in previous chapters was a little unsettling for me as a reader I thought it very just thrown in there and not justified at all based on the past chapters.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Catherine Vickers

    A solid fantasy adventure with plenty of magic. Excellent plot of good v evil. Great leading lady but the leading man was a bit of a disappointment. Kept thinking, "come on when you going to become the typical hero." Does he finally do it? Well, you'll have to read it for yourself to find out but I was happy with the ending. A few tiny editing issues but nothing to distract from the adventure within the pages. A solid fantasy adventure with plenty of magic. Excellent plot of good v evil. Great leading lady but the leading man was a bit of a disappointment. Kept thinking, "come on when you going to become the typical hero." Does he finally do it? Well, you'll have to read it for yourself to find out but I was happy with the ending. A few tiny editing issues but nothing to distract from the adventure within the pages.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Autumn Fox

    I really didn't enoy this book at all, but at least I could force myself to read to the end. The style of writing isn't as sophisticated as other authors in this genre and the formatting (particularly at the end) leaves a lot to be desired - it doesn't look professional at all. A few spelling mistakes as well. Not recommended. I really didn't enoy this book at all, but at least I could force myself to read to the end. The style of writing isn't as sophisticated as other authors in this genre and the formatting (particularly at the end) leaves a lot to be desired - it doesn't look professional at all. A few spelling mistakes as well. Not recommended.

  15. 5 out of 5

    David

    kinda loved it. took a while, drags a bit much of the time. when it picks up it's pretty intense, n beautiful at times. was reminded of Tolkien at times(with mebbe less drag, n mebbe more intensity). was work at times to get thru it(almost gave up), but she turned out to be worth it. not a patient reader myself, so if you like swords n sorcery I think you'll love this one kinda loved it. took a while, drags a bit much of the time. when it picks up it's pretty intense, n beautiful at times. was reminded of Tolkien at times(with mebbe less drag, n mebbe more intensity). was work at times to get thru it(almost gave up), but she turned out to be worth it. not a patient reader myself, so if you like swords n sorcery I think you'll love this one

  16. 4 out of 5

    Roxsanne Lesieur

    This is a beautifully written fantasy novel, the characters are really well written and the story is one of loss, darkness, light and all the bits in between. You develop a love-hate relationship with the characters, but you still want to know what will happen next. It is a fast paced, but well written book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    MGB

    The Last Priestess was a well written story that pulls the reader in. There are sword fights and mages. There is good and evil, not just the everyday kind but real evil. I enjoyed the book quite a bit and then it just ended. That was an extreme disappointment. Obviously the inducement to read the rest of the series, but I was so disappointed it probably won't happen. The Last Priestess was a well written story that pulls the reader in. There are sword fights and mages. There is good and evil, not just the everyday kind but real evil. I enjoyed the book quite a bit and then it just ended. That was an extreme disappointment. Obviously the inducement to read the rest of the series, but I was so disappointed it probably won't happen.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Johanna Haas

    The book is a good adventure story, well-written with interesting characters. However, it doesn't go any deeper than that and could use meaning and purpose. Additionally, the love-story tacked on at the end is completely unnecessary. The book is a good adventure story, well-written with interesting characters. However, it doesn't go any deeper than that and could use meaning and purpose. Additionally, the love-story tacked on at the end is completely unnecessary.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mike Brannick

    This is a well written fantasy with interesting characters and a good plot. The magic is handled well. If you like a rollicking story of revenge and fighting against the odds this is the book for you

  20. 4 out of 5

    Violet Stone

    I don't know...maybe like a 2.5 star read? It was alright, nothing major to complain about. The characters weren't very fleshed out and were hypocritical at times. I just couldn't get myself to be interested in the plight. Anyways, short review. Won't continue with the series. I don't know...maybe like a 2.5 star read? It was alright, nothing major to complain about. The characters weren't very fleshed out and were hypocritical at times. I just couldn't get myself to be interested in the plight. Anyways, short review. Won't continue with the series.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Alex Thurley-Ratcliff

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  22. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Meggs

    I read this as part of a set called Sword & Magic and thoroughly enjoyed it. I have already bought the next book in the series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lisa winstanley

    Great! This is the first of this kind of book that I've read and I have to say that I loved it. Can't wait to read the next two! Great! This is the first of this kind of book that I've read and I have to say that I loved it. Can't wait to read the next two!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Oliver Snowden

    A slightly slow start but a good enough intro into the trilogy that I'm gonna pick be picking up the remains two books. A slightly slow start but a good enough intro into the trilogy that I'm gonna pick be picking up the remains two books.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Evelyn Goughnour

    Awesome book lots of excitement. An epic fantasy full of magic, light and dark gods, angels and dragons.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    A lot of magic and great action sequences make this a great start to the Songmaker series. With two intriguing protagonists each harboring a secret, The Last Priestess will tantalize fantasy fans!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Margo James

    Fast paced action and magic. About to die for defending her sisters of the Temple of Sho-La, Meagwin is suddenly rescued by one of the King's men. But a quiet ride to the capital to see the king is not in store for our two heros. They fight the usual rabble, but also encounter a powerful mage, along the way. Lots of court intrigue, lots of fighting and lots of running. The start of an epic series. Fast paced action and magic. About to die for defending her sisters of the Temple of Sho-La, Meagwin is suddenly rescued by one of the King's men. But a quiet ride to the capital to see the king is not in store for our two heros. They fight the usual rabble, but also encounter a powerful mage, along the way. Lots of court intrigue, lots of fighting and lots of running. The start of an epic series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jiri

    Intriguing characters and a well-developed, fast-paced plot keep my interest throughout!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review via Netgalley. General Overview (No Spoilers) A nice book full of magic, war and even a little bit of love and loyalty. It reminded me of Maria V. Snyder’s stories, well written and exciting. I loved the characters, they had different sides and unwilling friendships were formed. The storyline is amazing. It kept me guessing all the way through. Maegwin was smart and strong, fights her own battles (literally), which I really admir I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review via Netgalley. General Overview (No Spoilers) A nice book full of magic, war and even a little bit of love and loyalty. It reminded me of Maria V. Snyder’s stories, well written and exciting. I loved the characters, they had different sides and unwilling friendships were formed. The storyline is amazing. It kept me guessing all the way through. Maegwin was smart and strong, fights her own battles (literally), which I really admire about her. Leo was funny, a little eccentric, I would love to hear his songs, hoping they feature later in the series. I like how there was a hint of romance that might take a bigger role later in the story, but just now they are focusing on saving their country. I bought the second book as soon as I had finished the first. 4 stars out of 5. Step by Step Overview (Spoilers) 0%- Not a fan of the cover (the second picture showing), the redo is much nicer. But the story looks right up my alley. “And so a magical fantasy of darkness and redemption begins.” Sounds fantastic. 10% – Maegwin is sentenced to death for treachery and possibly treason. She stays fighting until the end, makes her seem likes strong character. ” I would choose life and vengeance.” At this sentence I knew I was in for an action packed adventure. So far so good. Really inviting story, two different sets of power, possibly wanting the same thing. 20% – This book is reminding me of Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder. A young girl gets a reprieve from a death sentence and has flashbacks of the murder that got her there in the first place. Rovann is turning out to be a mysterious fellow. What does he want with Maegwin? I like how Maegwin keeps her word to her goddess, she may have killed someone but breaking her word is worse. 30% – I think Rovann is the King’s Mage. And the plot thickens. 40% – The bad guys are planning to attack the Capitol when it is meant to be implementable, they must have something big up their sleeves. This is the second book I have read recently about Order and Chaos, I am really enjoying this concept. ( The first one was The Grove of the Sun). 50%- Is the one light meant to be Heaven? I like where this story is going. 60% – Where did Rovann disappear to? What happened to him? Is there going to be romance. The descriptions in this book are beautiful. It makes me wish it was a real place (minus the fighting). 70% – Is it all an illusion? Aww, poor Leo is he truly dead? Surely not. 80% – Traveling through the Eorthe sounds horrible but a crafty trick. I like that Maegwin doesn’t have all the answers and is starting to care for the troops. 90% - Yay, Leo may still be alive. I really like him as a character. 100% – She fled? I think she will be back. Nice ending, leaving lots of options for the next book in the series, which I have already bought.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    The Last Priestess is a fantasy novel that takes the reader on an adventure with Maegwin and Rovann. An evil mage is threatening the lands, and together they must try to stop him. Characters: The book is written in third person narrative following Maegwin and Rovann. Maegwin is the last priestess after an attack on her temple, leaving all her sisters dead. Maegwin is out for revenge. Her mind is in conflict between good and evil (mercy and revenge.) Rovann, the First Mage, takes Maegwin to the ca The Last Priestess is a fantasy novel that takes the reader on an adventure with Maegwin and Rovann. An evil mage is threatening the lands, and together they must try to stop him. Characters: The book is written in third person narrative following Maegwin and Rovann. Maegwin is the last priestess after an attack on her temple, leaving all her sisters dead. Maegwin is out for revenge. Her mind is in conflict between good and evil (mercy and revenge.) Rovann, the First Mage, takes Maegwin to the capital whereupon they learn and gain proof of the evil mage that threatens the land. Rovann is not your pure hero and suffers guilt of his own. Trust is very thin between these two characters. As you can tell, the characters were well developed and multi-dimensional. Plot: The plot is fast paced, going from one adventure to another. Jumping realms and trying to stop and fight evil mages and their supporters are all part of the story. The plot kept my interest and moved at a nice pace. Two things that I found lacking in the plot were: One, the idea behind the rebels and king's supporters was not fully explained in this book. I almost forgot about it until it was mentioned later in the story. Two, the ending was abrupt for me. It seemed like an end of a chapter rather than the book. I didn't feel that the main problems were resolved for this book, and it was left off at part of the climax. I understand it is the first book in a series, but each book should have its own resolution while leaving room for the next story. Overall, I enjoyed the book. I would have given it 4 stars if it wasn't for the abrupt ending. Hence, I would rate it at a 3.5 stars out of 5. If you like fantasy adventure and complex characters, you might want to try this book out.

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