If I read once more "This was butterflying amazing! Will's POV would be a big no - it was unrealistic. That is not male's brain. Dear authors, do not, I repeat, do not write from opposed sex point of view if you are not absolutely sure that you can get in their heads. Don't do this if you first haven't done your research - read the books, talk with people until you bore them to death, find pshychologists, social workers, teachers, parents, grandparents and the most important thing: Point of Retreat is, to put it simple, story about sex not having sex, actually , car accidents and teen-wannbe-adults.
As I wrote for the first book, this is see life through big pink glasses type of story with every drama you can imagine mixed with it. Their lives are falling apart but all is peachy in the peachyland. Plot has too many loose ends and somethimes I thought that author forgot how she "made" her characters in the first book. This is not Will from Slammed!
One moment they all are acting like immature idiots and in the other they are all serious And the ending?! Just to make something clear - they are nineteen!!! But to be honest with you, I found Point of Retreat really cute and mindless read. It's perfect when you need something to escape real life: My review would be all rainbows and flowers and ohs and ahs if I had read this book just a year ago, but I guess that I crushed my big pink glasses a long time ago.
What Tanja thought about it Me and Glass have closer views of this book than we had on the first one. Slammed was something that I didn't expect. Not the story itself but my reaction on the story. Point of Retreat wasn't that much. I mean the story was still good and it still had emotions, but it was not it. I must admit one thing Colleen really knows how to write a story with feelings and that's an amazing thing, cause that's what I mostly miss in the books. The problem here is that I expected much more, because of the Slammed.
I have one more thing that I couldn't help noticing - Slammed was so easy and quick to read, something always happened, but here I was waiting almost half of the book to get there. I got the feeling like the first story was created in the author's mind for years and Point of Retreat in months. I missed slams and lyrics of The Avett Brothers at the beginning of every chapter. This will maybe sound cruel but without Kiersten and Sherry this book would be total disappointment!
They bough so much joy in this book! Not only because of butterfly thing, but also they was something new and funny. I'll say that I still have my pink glasses and wear them from time to time. In this case I'll put them on, cause if I compared this book with the first one I'd give it three stars but then again if I compared it with another books on my four stars list it will for sure go there. We're not paid for writing this review - we do it as lovers of written word. All opinions in this book are personal. I cant believe I cried, laughed, giggled, squirmed, and swooned so many times in every possible way!
It's definitely an emotional rollercoaster ride. This is my sweet. I love you Colleen Hoover and I butterflying swear to please have a third book cause I'm dying for more Will and Lay "Sometimes two people need to fall apart to realize how much they need to fall back together. I love you Colleen Hoover and I butterflying swear to please have a third book cause I'm dying for more Will and Layken romance! I love every poems they slammed and every advise Julia gives from the stars. I'm begging you to please write the third book!
I butterflying love you Colleen Hoover! And until now I can't imagine how this book will replace all the romance books combine in the whole world ever. This will never get old. I loved every word and page of this book. Thank you for writing such a life changing book. It really inspired us readers.
The heart of a man and a woman in love? It's worth all the pain in the world. View all 7 comments. Life is the one thing is this world that you can never fully prepare for. Never truly know what can happen from today until tomorrow. One day everything seems to be as it should be, the next? Everything is falling apart. How are we supposed to cope with the shit that is thrown our way? How are we supposed to smile and act when the worst seems to have happened? The loss of a family member, the relationship lost between friends, the loss of your income? Daily struggles that we face, daily Life Life.
Daily struggles that we face, daily struggles that we are not sure will turn around? You want to scream and shout what and why are these things happening to me? Did I deserve to be the one betrayed? Did I deserve to be the one who was left out? Did I deserve to lose that special someone? Life is the one thing in this world that you can never fully prepare for.
And even with all of the bad shit thrown at you? What do you say? Do you let it defeat you? You hold your head up high and know that what you are facing today? The loss of a family member? The lost relationship between a friend? The betrayal you endure from someone you love?
The shock of your world being turned upside down? Is only a temporary situation, a temporary setback. That today, life may have won the battle, but that you? You will win the war. And what a war they had to face yet again! This was an amazing sequel to Will and Lake's story and I "butterflying" loved it; just as much as Slammed I believe. And, well, the fact that it was in Will's POV? Just made it that much more exciting for me Will and Lake have fallen into a very comfortable routine that flows well with their school schedules and with the boys' Kel and Caulder school schedules also.
They are adjusting to Julia being gone and are taking it one day at a time to be the best parents they know how to be to their younger siblings. We get to enjoy Eddie and Gavin again with some fun surprises in their relationship; we get introduced to past people in Will's lives, and also to new characters, Kiersten and Sherry, who are Will and Lake's neighbors Kiersten is the eleven year old with a very impressive vocabulary, quick wit and loveable characteristics.
Her mother Sherry, is a great addition in all her quirky ways as well. I really enjoyed that they all sort of formed this bond of family, and that Sherry was the untitled "mother hen" for them. Even in the most unexpected ways, they all had someone to look up to for advice One of my favorite parts of the book was a session they had at dinner nightly called "suck and sweet time". Basically, it was just naming your highs as well as lows for the day, and I thought that was a great addition to the story and to the special bond they all shared Throughout the book, Will and Lake have to come to a head with more issues that arise.
Questioning things they thought they knew about each other, their relationship, and the connection they thought was undeniable; unbreakable Love is the most beautiful thing in the world. Unfortunately, it's also one of the hardest things in the world to hold on to, and one of the easiest things to throw away. More challenges to face, more gripping and heart wrenching situations to bound through, a few more amazing slams to add to the mix, and more tears to be shed from this read.
I loved every single second of it, and like the first in the series, it touched me. In a way I can't remember ever feeling. The story of Will and Layken is so beautiful, so enriching, so inspiring, so loving. Based on the raw emotion of just knowing that someone who was meant for you, has finally come into your life. They compliment each other in the best way.
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They understand the needs of each other Again, if I could, I would give this book more than 5 stars! If you are looking for a read to help put things into perspective, then read this series. It was not just a "read" for me, but a definite emotional and inspirational experience Stories like these only come along every so often She woke up my soul.
And that's exactly how I felt this series spoke to me, it woke up my soul. View all 25 comments. So much hatred for this book. Perhaps I will write a more comprehensive explanation of my rage at a later date, but for now I will say this: When Will and Lake's relationship is tested in a totally contrived way I might add , Lake - after giving him the silent treatment for a few days - tells him that she just needs time to think about their relationship. Now i get that if you're on the receiving end of that statement, that can sound pretty scary.
But Will goes so over the line to stalkerific that So much hatred for this book. But Will goes so over the line to stalkerific that I just couldn't deal. You're worried that if she thinks about this for 5minutes she will realize that she needs to run away from you like Usain Bolt. But in this case, what Will did wasn't actually all that bad, it was more of a "why didnt you tell me" thing. But that's beside the point. I understand the impulse to make your case and make your s.
But if you love someone - anyone, bf, friend, whatever - you have to respect their feelings, even if what they are feeling is hate for your dumb ass. There is a way to make your presence known, to remind someone of why they love you, without turning into Kathy Bates from misery and removing all their freedom from you.
The last line I read, perhaps the last line I will ever read by this author said this: It just fucking isn't. Am I talking to myself here? Because I keep having to say this shit. Over and over again. Am I not being clear? Because I really truly don't know how to say it better than that. Dd it leave you feeling grateful that somebody forced you to do something so you didn't have to worry your pretty little head with figuring out what YOU wanted?
Yeah, that's what I thought. So maybe it gets better. Maybe Will mans up, maybe Lake calms down, maybe some shit starts happening other than Will's incessant whining. But I don't have enough faith in this story to take that chance. Recommended to Natalie by: And no, I don't need days , or weeks , or months to think about why I love you.
It's an easy answer for me. I love you because of you. Because of every single thing about you " Point of Retreat was so butterflying beautiful and amazing. It made me so butterflying happy!!
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I mean I really, really love it. But this book was just the cutest so what the hell,right!? And you know what? Thank God, I decided to try it again peer pressure I absolutely fell in love with it right away. This book was exactly what I needed right now. I think that one of the reasons I loved it so much as I did was because I was in the right kind of mood after a few dark and heavy reads.
This book was just so butterflying cute. I think I was grinning like a fool though most of the book. It had some angst, and I found myself with teary eyes a few times. But mostly it was darn cute. And I loved it uniqueness, it blew me away! It wasjust some minor factors in it that bothered me. They wera all so Will Colleen Hoover, you have made me see the light! Ok, where do I start? There, that seems like an appropriate way to describe my feelings. After finishing Point of Retreat, I immediately came online to goodreads.
Turns out, her next book is only coming out in I can't wait that long! I didn't want to believe it. Me after realising I could not read any other Colleen Hoover books very soon. An Ok, where do I start? Her writing style is amazing and I can't get enough of it. This is probably the first romance novel written from a male's POV which I actually love.
I loved seeing things from Will's POV this time. I felt it was more appropriate being in his head this time because the things that occur in the book can probably only be fully understood if you know how he feels and what he thinks. In this book, we get to learn a little more about Will and how he feels about Lake. I think that what Collen Hoover did was great as readers will actually be able to love Will more when we get to actually "feel" his emotions.
I know I fell in love with him a little more in Point of Retreat. I loved almost all new characters introduced in this book. Those of you who have already read it will know where I'm coming from. One of them in particular I really liked-Kiersten. She was very witty and somehow, she didn't talk like an eleven-year-old. I liked that Colleen Hoover did not just focus on the romance and just the two of them like most romance novels.
I enjoyed reading about the others' lives and what they were going through. She made the novel seem so realistic because all the characters seemed just like normal human beings. Well, as normal as two people can be under their circumstances anyway. Now, unlike Slammed, there were no quotes at the beginning of each chapter. There was still great advice which is pretty helpful though. Anyway, in place for these quotes are entries from Will's journal.
I have to say, I enjoyed the entries just as much as the quotes. Like the quotes in Slammed, these entries also give us readers a hint as to what the new chapter has in store for us. Will's journal entries are usually very beautifully phrased and I loved reading them. Those of you who have not read this series probably should get it like, right now. It's emotional and it is romantic and it is definitely funny at times. Point of Retreat is definitely a good book for people who love romance novels which are not too sad but are so touching that it will bring you to tears.
Of course, however, i am not saying that there are no sad moments in this novel which will make you cry, I'm just saying that those of us readers who have are very sensitive can still read this book without being emotionally scarred. But, of course, you will fall in love with almost all of the characters because they are just so They all have their own unique personalities and the way they act and talk are so different that they seem very real.
I don't say that they are absolutely flawless, but I think that it is those imperfections which make me love them more cuz it makes them human. Alright then, it is now time for all of you who have not read this book to stop reading because spoilers are coming up. If you don't mind them, feel free to continue reading what I have to say.
The only thought I can leave you with right now is that this book is written beautifully and that all the characters are very easy to relate to and I'm sure that almost all of you will love it just as I do. And I kind of hate Reece too. Not as much as Vaughn though. I wish that Will was more harsh with her. I mean, SHE left him. Moreover, she did so in his time of need. I get that she didn't think she could handle helping Will with his brother and everything but she owed it to him to have at least tried.
But, she left him without even attempting to help. And, when she spots him in class, she has the audacity to smile and sit beside him! Then, she asks him to give her another chance?! To Vaughn I wish Will had just bitch-slapped her right there and then. That was probably my only "hate" in the book. Moving on, I loved the stars. I loved the advice in them and the humour in some of the others. Reading them made me actually miss Julia. Made me wish she was still alive. What I couldn't get my head around was how the stars they picked were coincidentally so helpful to what they were going through.
Nonetheless, I still took joy in them. We would all be so lucky to have a friend like her. I loved her wit and how she used that to help Will and Lake get back together. I liked that the children were not left out of the story and that they actually played a part in it. How they actually helped the two-Will and Lake- and at the same time had their own story going on in the book.
Kiersten is one of my favourite characters in this book. She is quite fun and clever for her age. I live the way she talked and how she is just so frank with people and give them what they deserve and how at the same time she was vulnerable to the bullies.
I would actually like to read a book about her and Kel when they are older and their romance story. I think I used "loved" and "liked" so many damn times in this review. I just can't help it. This book is really good. Those of you who have already read it and disliked it, please don't leave hate comments if you didn't love it as much as I did.
I am just giving my views on the book. After all, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. View all 13 comments. Loved reading the story through Will's eyes I've not cried in a long time but I could't help it And I could not help laughing from the gut, which is very embarrassing when out in public So creative and stupidly smart Girls of Goodreads, don't leave this on the 'to be read' pile for long Rove use to ask the qn: Unfortunately, I cannot say the same for its wholly unnecessary sequel, Point of Retreat.
Point of Retreat picks up where Slammed left off. Frankly, I was surprised to learn that there was a sequel, since the original novel ties up most of the loose ends and put the characters on a path tow 1. Frankly, I was surprised to learn that there was a sequel, since the original novel ties up most of the loose ends and put the characters on a path toward happiness, despite the challenges they faced in the first novel. Despite my reservations about Slammed, I was intrigued about where Hoover would take these characters as they tackled their new independence, responsibilities and burgeoning relationship.
In Point of Retreat, Will and Layken find themselves embroiled in even more drama, but the core of the story is two-fold: Will they ever actually have sex? Will Will's evil ex-girlfriend destroy their happiness? Please do not continue to read this review, should you plan on reading Slammed and want to remain unspoiled. You see, before Layken's mother died, they made her a promise.
Before Julia passed away, we made the mistake of taking things too far, too soon—a crucial mistake on my part. It was just two weeks after we started officially dating, and Caulder was spending the night at Kel's house. Lake and I came back to my place after a movie. We started making out on the couch, and one thing led to another, neither of us willing to stop it.
We weren't having sex, but we would have eventually if Julia hadn't walked in when she did. She completely flipped out. She grounded Lake and wouldn't let me see her for two weeks. I apologized probably a million times in those two weeks. Julia sat us down together and made us swear we would wait at least a year. She made Lake get on the pill and made me look her in the eyes and give her my word. She wasn't upset about the fact that her eighteen-year-old daughter almost had sex. Julia was fairly reasonable and knew it would happen at some point. What hurt her was that I was so willing to take that from Lake after only two weeks of dating.
It made me feel incredibly guilty, so I agreed to the promise. She also wanted us to set a good example for Kel and Caulder; she asked us not to spend the night at each other's houses during that year, either. Now, we know that the whole female virginity preservation plotline is one I'm just weary of, especially when it's as random and unnecessary as it is in Point of Retreat. Essentially, Layken's mother is orchestrating the course of their relationship from the dead. And they just accept it.
This really didn't stick with me. I mean, besides the ick factor, it doesn't mesh with their new reality, nor the character development of the now-deceased mother in the first novel.
Layken and Will are both in the same situation: It's a tough road, and puts them in an adult role before either are really emotionally ready. And yet, Layken's mother, prior to her death was inexplicably hell-bent on ensuring that her daughter and the boy she's dating who Julia, the mother, very much liked and was close with keep their relationship outside the realm of adulthood. One of my big nitpicks in novels is when characters' actions only serve the plot and the creation of tension, not their character development. Julia's decree that the couple not become physically involved for a predetermined period of time makes no sense in terms of her character's actions in Slammed.
Julia trusts her year old daughter to raise her brother, and yet doesn't trust her to make wise decisions about her own relationships as she grows into a responsible adult? It just doesn't mesh. I'll be back in an hour. But all we're doing is sleeping, okay? I cup her chin in my hand and lower my voice.
I want this to be perfect for you, and I get really carried away when I'm with you. We only have a week left. I want to stay the night with you, but I need you to promise me you won't put me in that position again for at least a hundred and sixty-two more hours. Statements such as this pepper the initial chapters of Point of Retreat, and the subtext really concerned me--of course the girl can't put the boy in that position again. Because we're revisiting , perhaps? I desperately wanted Layken to grasp some autonomy, some self-determination, and make a decision for herself beyond simply allowing her boyfriend and dead mother to pull all of the strings.
The second key plot point--the evil ex--is simply tired and uncreative. Will and Layken are faced with Serious Troubles in their relationship, particularly in the form of the return of Will's ex-girlfriend, Vaughn. Naturally, instead of handling this like grownups which, like it or not, they are , this creates massive problems , which can only be resolved by a Major Scene and Subsequent Crisis. The entire scenario--conflict, drama, resolution--reads as too simplistic for the situation the couple is facing, and seems like a tremendous distraction from the main story.
Honestly, if Point of Retreat were grounded in any realism whatsoever there are many natural conflicts Will and Layken could face without the introduction of this stereotypical evil ex character. I realize I'm being a bit sarcastic here, but this plot device is just so overdone, and completely uninteresting.
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Frankly, if I ever read another evil ex-girlfriend plot again, it'll be too soon. Furthermore, Point of Retreat is told from Will's point-of-view, which really did not work for me as an authentic male voice. I read a lot of male-narrated young adult fiction, and there are some wonderful examples of authentic, believable male narrators in contemporary YA.
I think, perhaps, because I have read so many of these novels that really worked, that the poor execution of Will's perspective bothered me more than it would have otherwise. It's been so long since we've been alone together without the possibility of being interrupted.
I hate being in this predicament, but I love being in this predicament. Her skin is so soft; her lips are perfect. It gets harder and harder to retreat. This is supposed to be a year old male grad student. I probably have thirty passages like this highlighted in my e-reader, that just stick out as awkwardly unrealistic. I get it, he's supposed to be this poetry slam guy who's into words, but it just didn't work for me and kept pulling me out of the story. The behavior that was drawn as romantic and endearing in Slammed that set off alarm bells for me when Will punched another guy out of jealousy , reared its head again in Point of Retreat, when he sabatoges Layken's car!
I avoid looking at her, but out of the corner of my eye, I can see her watching me, waiting for explanation. When I pull into their driveway, I turn off the car and tell her the truth. What harm could it do at this point? I'm not mad at her, I'm just frustrated. Frustrated that she doubts me after all this time. When she gets out of the car, she slams her door, too.
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I keep walking, shielding the wind and snow with my jacket until I reach the front door. She rushes after me. I almost walk inside without knocking but remember how it feels, so I knock. How else was I going to convince you to ride with me? Like in the first novel, this unacceptable behavior is depicted as somehow romantic and acceptable. It absolutely is not. Now, if this pattern of behavior were addressed somehow as part of Will's character growth, I'd be more forgiving, but it's not.
Like in Slammed, it just is. And, again, it doesn't make sense, as Will is largely depicted as a nice, sensitive, caring guy. It's interesting that these old school behaviors are so popular in fiction--both YA and adult--these days, and it makes me extremely uncomfortable as it reinforces unhealthy relationship patterns and the tolerance of unacceptable behavior in the name of "romance" when in fact it's controlling and disrespectful.
Eddie, my favorite character in Slammed, is redrawn in Point of Retreat and faces a very difficult path. Again, the continuity between the two books is inconsistent. In Slammed, Eddie is strong and resilient, pushing Layken in a way that only a good friend can. In Point of Retreat, she is withdrawn and makes some questionable decisions. Now, there's an extenuating circumstance, but it does not justify this complete about-face.
And, said circumstance is resolved far too tidily for my taste. Sure, she has some challenges ahead of her, but resources magically drop in Eddie's lap, just like they do for Layken and Will. A new character I quite liked--a neighbor girl with a quirky family--added some charm and humor to Point of Retreat where it was desperately needed. However, one of my big dealbreakers reared its ugly head near the end of the novel, in this case, the dreaded vegetarian randomly starts eating meat plot device.
We all stare at her when she takes a huge bite of a chicken strip. She shoves the rest of it in her mouth. It's the weirdest thing. I've been dying to come over here since you guys got home so I could try some. She hops up and walks to the kitchen. That was my only regret in life. She grabs the chicken off of my plate and throws it on her own. Strangely, despite all of the over-the-top dramatics, this small moment was what really ruined Point of Retreat for me, keeping me from my usual, "Hey, it's not for me, but here's who may like this book," approach to negative reviews.
If you, like me, enjoyed Slammed perhaps, also like me, despite yourself , I'd recommend simply letting Layken and Will's story end for you at that book. What you'll find in the pages of Point of Retreat is nothing but caricatures instead of character development and tired gimmicks instead of plot. The obvious rating is the season two plot of which we do not speak. The only thing that's keeping this from being a straight one-star book for me is that I use my first one-star read, Wither, as the baseline for single star ratings and this didn't reach that level of absurdity. However, the readable, engaging though also flawed quality of Slammed was completely missing in the sequel.
Part of it is the under-developed POV, but much of it is from the fact that the drama and conflict is very artificial and the main characters read as fer immature, which was not the case in the first book. Slammed is an interesting read, but I cannot recommend the sequel. View all 3 comments. I also love it when she wears it up. In fact, I don't think she's ever worn it in a way that made me not love it.
My emotions are a mess and my little feelings have been trampled upon beyond recognition. Basically, your typical Colleen Hoover aftermath. I wasn't aware of the switch in POV from Slammed before starting the book and it was s "I love it when she wears her hair down. I wasn't aware of the switch in POV from Slammed before starting the book and it was such a happy surprise. I loved being in Will's head, getting his perspective, seeing Lake through his eyes, and d from a character that I was already in love with - Will Cooper!
One of my favorite things about Will is that he is so open and so generous with his love. Once he's committed, he doesn't hold back. His love for Lake was extraordinary and he showed it. Because of every single thing about you. But I found myself frustrated with her at times. I felt she was unnecessarily hard on Will here. Will was plainly head over heels in love with her, consistently put her happiness first, and yet she doubted his feelings?
Maybe it was due to her youth. Maybe it was because Will was her first serious relationship. Maybe she was still bogged down in grief and not thinking clearly. But I did find myself frustrated with her doubts and the way she pushed Will away. I wanted her to be joyful in what they had, recognize how rare it was, and cling to it with both hands! There were so many elements in Point of Retreat that struck a chord and meant so much. The jar of stars from Julia that always seemed so timely and relevant, Gavin and Eddie, the suck and sweet game, the addition of secondary characters Kiersten and Sherry, Will's slam poetry and the slams from some surprising sources!
I'm going to rate this one 4.
For that, and for my frustration with Lake at times, I shaved a half-star. But Point of Retreat was still a phenomenal story with heart and emotion and with characters I have come to love. View all 6 comments. I've learned something about my heart. It can be ripped apart. It can harden and freeze.
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It can shatter into million of pieces. The only thing that made it start beating again? The moment you opened your eyes. You'll hate lake for doubting Will but at the same time you knew where she's coming from. The heartache was so real. And the jinx of basagna is true. So don't eat it ever! She's my fave and i want to be her new bff. The supporting character are bemazing. This book was butterflying bemazing! And Collen Hoover was one of best!
Well, this was butterflying good! I was so surprised by how much I enjoyed this more than Slammed. I didn't read this right away after I finished Slammed because when I read the blurb I thought it would be more dramatic and frustrating. But boy, was I wrong! Because it was actually a hell lot of fun! Although, yes, there were those stressing and dramatic parts, but I also did get a lot of laughs in this one. Which I wasn't really expecting at all. I was really glad I didn't put off this book for Well, this was butterflying good! I was really glad I didn't put off this book for a long while.
I butterflying enjoyed it! Which was also a big treat since I love guy's pov and it's freaking Will! I was happy and greatly entertained to get on his mind and see a lot of different sides of him. His journal entries were one of my favorite parts of this book, it was sweet and funny. Also, I really enjoyed seeing him slipped away a little from his control and restrains especially when it comes to Lake. And just as any other relationships, theirs came with obstacles and hindrances they must overcome. Although I did get so stressed out and frustrated by it I understand that what had happened had contributed a lot for the development of their relationship.
I'm not entirely happy with Lake's reaction but once she finally explained it I realized that what they were going through was necessary for them to grew and understand their relationship even deeper and to proved that their love wasn't just brought because of their same tragic situation. And just like in Slammed, Will never failed to mesmerized me by his poetry. I can't even tell you how much I loved that slam poetry he did to prove his love to Lake without gushing!
I loved loved loved it to the highest level! Other things I enjoyed so much in this book was Kiersten! She could be my new freaking best friend. I adore this girl and I laughed so hard with her humor and wittiness. And that poetry she pulled off on the last part, I can line that up on my most favorite poems I read from this story! Kel and Caulder still managed to entertain me and touched me. They were just the cutest baby brothers ever! Can I have them? This book definitely captivated me!
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