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"He believed that I was an angel sent from God."---Ashley SmithIn April 2005, Ashley Smith made headlines around the globe when she miraculously talked her way out of the hands of alleged courthouse killer Brian Nichols after he took her hostage for seven hours in her suburban Atlanta apartment. In this moving, inspirational memoir, the 26-year-old widowed mother of a six- "He believed that I was an angel sent from God."---Ashley SmithIn April 2005, Ashley Smith made headlines around the globe when she miraculously talked her way out of the hands of alleged courthouse killer Brian Nichols after he took her hostage for seven hours in her suburban Atlanta apartment. In this moving, inspirational memoir, the 26-year-old widowed mother of a six-year-old girl shares for the first time the little-known details of her traumatic ordeal, and expands on how her faith and the bestselling book The Purpose-Driven(R) Life helped her survive and bring the killer's murderous rampage to a peaceful end.Just as she told her 6'1," 210-pound captor that his ultimate "purpose" in life was to end up spending the rest of his life in prison, preaching the teachings of Jesus Christ to his fellow inmates, Smith believes her own purpose is to spread that message of love to the rest of us. Juxtaposing the minute-by-minute tale of her experience with the never-before-told tragedies and triumphs of her own life, Unlikely Angel is a gripping tale of downfall and redemption, involving addiction, violence, death, loss, faith, and love. It is a story that will leave no reader untouched.


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"He believed that I was an angel sent from God."---Ashley SmithIn April 2005, Ashley Smith made headlines around the globe when she miraculously talked her way out of the hands of alleged courthouse killer Brian Nichols after he took her hostage for seven hours in her suburban Atlanta apartment. In this moving, inspirational memoir, the 26-year-old widowed mother of a six- "He believed that I was an angel sent from God."---Ashley SmithIn April 2005, Ashley Smith made headlines around the globe when she miraculously talked her way out of the hands of alleged courthouse killer Brian Nichols after he took her hostage for seven hours in her suburban Atlanta apartment. In this moving, inspirational memoir, the 26-year-old widowed mother of a six-year-old girl shares for the first time the little-known details of her traumatic ordeal, and expands on how her faith and the bestselling book The Purpose-Driven(R) Life helped her survive and bring the killer's murderous rampage to a peaceful end.Just as she told her 6'1," 210-pound captor that his ultimate "purpose" in life was to end up spending the rest of his life in prison, preaching the teachings of Jesus Christ to his fellow inmates, Smith believes her own purpose is to spread that message of love to the rest of us. Juxtaposing the minute-by-minute tale of her experience with the never-before-told tragedies and triumphs of her own life, Unlikely Angel is a gripping tale of downfall and redemption, involving addiction, violence, death, loss, faith, and love. It is a story that will leave no reader untouched.

30 review for Unlikely Angel Unabridged Download: The Untold Story of the Atlanta Hostage Hero

  1. 4 out of 5

    Abby

    This book is by the woman held hostage by Brian Nichols back in 2005, when he escaped from an Atlanta courthouse, killing several people in the process. He held her hostage in her own apartment for 7 hours, and she talked him into surrendering peacefully. When I first skimmed this book, I figured out that she was a 27 year old widow, whose husband had been murdered. She was trying to get things together for her 5 year old daughter, and she sounded like a cool heroin. Then I actually started the b This book is by the woman held hostage by Brian Nichols back in 2005, when he escaped from an Atlanta courthouse, killing several people in the process. He held her hostage in her own apartment for 7 hours, and she talked him into surrendering peacefully. When I first skimmed this book, I figured out that she was a 27 year old widow, whose husband had been murdered. She was trying to get things together for her 5 year old daughter, and she sounded like a cool heroin. Then I actually started the book, and at first it was a lot harder to like her. She was a drug addict, hadn't had custody of her daughter for over two years because of that, and her murdered husband was a druggie beater loser stupid guy (as far as I could gather, although she said she loved him and the loss was devastating) who was murdered in a fight he started and wouldn't let die. Something over drugs. She'd been to jail for DUIs and drugs. And she was grabbed by Nichols after a 2:00 AM run for cigarettes. Suddenly the heroin didn't seem as angelic, and it was harder to like her. But she grew on me by the end of the book. And I realized that someone like me would never have been able to talk Brian Nichols into surrendering. He would've shot me, then gone on to rob banks and hold other hostages and die in a bloody shootout with police. Like when he told her that she could never understand what it was like to go to jail or be falsely accused of something, she could honestly say she did know. I would've been like, "Oh yeah. In 4th grade once, this mean boy named Duane was somehow put on hall patrol. He gave me a bad ticket when I went in during recess to get a drink. It wasn't because I did anything wrong, but just because he didn't like me. It was really upsetting, and when I reported him to my teacher she cleared the bad ticket from my record. But I can totally get how upsetting it would be to not be cleared. I might have shot someone, too." (That is a true story, and Duane Lelachuer was a jerk face. And I hope wherever he is, he reads that.) I have also never been addicted to drugs, so I couldn't relate with him there either. (Okay - again, unless you count in high school, when I had a headache and decided to try a Tylenol for the first time in my life. I asked my mom, who hesitantly gave me two pills. About a month later, I had a headache again and went for the Tylenol, but it was missing from the medicine cabinet. I casually asked my mom if we had any, and after giving me a horrified look, she left the room and came back with a Tylenol bottle emptied of all by one single pill. I said, "Mom, why is there only one pill in the bottle?" She said, "You don't need more than that!" Perplexed, I said, "But Mom, you're supposed to take two. Ummm, why can't I have two?" Mom: "Because...(emotional gasp) you are addicted!" (You really have to read that quote in a dramatic voice, or you aren't experiencing it like it really happened.) I just decided to let it go. My sister and I still gasp "Because.. you are addicted!" to each other whenever we can find an appropriate opening in a conversation. It's kind of an inside joke with us. Now everyone who is reading this is in on our inside joke. Hope you feel special!!) Anyways, I really really really think that no one other than the author of this book, with her very specific weaknesses and strengths, could have stopped Brian Nichols like she did. And for that, and her constant attempts to be a better person, she grew on me. She said that God led him specifically to her door to hold her hostage, so she could stop him, AND so that she could give up drugs (which she did as a result of that night). She was very religious, and explained over and over again that God was in control of every single thing that happened that night. I liked her attitude about that. It wasn't the most exciting book I've ever read, but it went pretty fast and I found it interesting.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Loraine

    Wow - this was definitely an "I can't put it down" read. Ashley Smith was taken hostage by a young man after he shot 3 people dead during his courtroom trial, escaped, and shot one more person when he hijacked their car. During 7 hours alone with him in her apartment, Ashley who was no means an angel herself, witnesses to Brian about her family, her faith, and her life turnaround. Her strength and faith are an inspiration in this incredible true story.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Fair

    Don't go into this thinking it's going to be a smooth read. She's not a writer, never professes to be, she just has a story to tell. It's generally fast-paced and interesting, though definitely not for those afraid of a little Christian thinking. She describes unnecessary details and dwells on things for too long but, you can't really judge a true story. I applaud her for her bravery and testimony. Kept me reading until the end. Still, one thing bugs me *spoiler alert*. She promised him she'd visi Don't go into this thinking it's going to be a smooth read. She's not a writer, never professes to be, she just has a story to tell. It's generally fast-paced and interesting, though definitely not for those afraid of a little Christian thinking. She describes unnecessary details and dwells on things for too long but, you can't really judge a true story. I applaud her for her bravery and testimony. Kept me reading until the end. Still, one thing bugs me *spoiler alert*. She promised him she'd visit him if he turned himself in... The book gives no mention that she did that. That Brian guy just seems nice... Just a bad guy in a bad situation who made bad decisions.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Eva Leger

    I have to admit how impressed I am with this book. I like Ashley Smith. I didn't think I would. I don't like, at this point in my life, many women who give their children up, women who use ice, women who loathe themselves so much it's coming out of their pores, but...I like Smith. She's just likable in some strange way. She's still, or at least was, a sucky "mother"- I'd have to say that about anyone who chooses ice over their child. (I did drugs too- I stopped because of my child so no excuses I have to admit how impressed I am with this book. I like Ashley Smith. I didn't think I would. I don't like, at this point in my life, many women who give their children up, women who use ice, women who loathe themselves so much it's coming out of their pores, but...I like Smith. She's just likable in some strange way. She's still, or at least was, a sucky "mother"- I'd have to say that about anyone who chooses ice over their child. (I did drugs too- I stopped because of my child so no excuses please.) That said I was able to relate to some of the things in Ashley's life- her relationship, or lack thereof, with her family, them not trusting her, the friends, the drugs, the living dangerously, etc. She was in the wrong and she admits it. It's frightening that it took her something like this to see the wrong in what she was doing and it's sad that it wasn't her daughter who made her see, if anyone, but she did see. I don't know that she did so much in having Nichols surrender- I think that it's obvious from the book that Nichols really wasn't up for running in the first place. He was scared, he was or thought he was on trial for things he didn't do, and I don't think he meant to kill those people. He killed them and he surrendered to pay for his crimes. I don't think Ashley has such a big hand in that. I like the religious part of the book (never thought I'd say that!) It's not over the top, she's not preaching but she does talk about God. Usually, when someone has an event in their life so traumatic to lead them to write a book they get "saved". No, not the saved in church, I'm talking jail "saved". You get it, it's not real and they're way over zealous. This wasn't the case here so no one let that stop you from reading this. I maybe skipped three sentences in the whole book, something I don't normally do, but that shows at least how often she got on a God kick. I definitely recommend and am glad I happened to pick this up.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Diana Montgomery

    What a amazing story!! I am sure this movie will hold you captive as the book has done. I can't imagine the fear that went through Ashley Smith during this abduction! I remember when this happened I am glad to see the story out in book and now a movie also. What a courageous woman she is. God was with her that day! I have read the Purpose Driven Life a awesome book! Glad she had it there with her and was studying it. Ashley a broken person, being held by a murder who is broken , but God prevails What a amazing story!! I am sure this movie will hold you captive as the book has done. I can't imagine the fear that went through Ashley Smith during this abduction! I remember when this happened I am glad to see the story out in book and now a movie also. What a courageous woman she is. God was with her that day! I have read the Purpose Driven Life a awesome book! Glad she had it there with her and was studying it. Ashley a broken person, being held by a murder who is broken , but God prevails through it all! The book is written as being told by Ashley, may not be pretty up and fancy but it is the account as it happened to her. That's the true story!! I give it 5 stars! I was given this book by Flyby Productions, Propeller for my own honest opinion! "FOR ALL HAVE SINNED AND FALLEN SHORT OF THE GLORY OF GOD"

  6. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    She's very wordy and tends to repeat herself, but Ashley Smith gives you the play-by-play of what happened when she was held in her apartment with a man who'd killed 4 people that day. The ending is predictable if you watched the news in 2005, where he surrendered after he telling him God had a purpose for him in all this. The only downer was she built such a repoire/ friendship with him but then didn't seem to follow up with that. She has a blog and I even asked her if she's encouraged him sinc She's very wordy and tends to repeat herself, but Ashley Smith gives you the play-by-play of what happened when she was held in her apartment with a man who'd killed 4 people that day. The ending is predictable if you watched the news in 2005, where he surrendered after he telling him God had a purpose for him in all this. The only downer was she built such a repoire/ friendship with him but then didn't seem to follow up with that. She has a blog and I even asked her if she's encouraged him since. She said she's considered writing him in prison. I wish it told you more about how he's doing since the arrest...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Although I enjoyed the book, I felt like a lot was missing. I really wanted to know about the reunion with her daughter when she was finally free and she COMPLETELY left ALL of that out!! Throughout the entire book, she was only thinking about seeing her daughter again and then just completely leaves that whole part out!! That kinda bugged me. Also, she never mentioned if she ended up visiting him in prison or if she planned to, which was kind of a big part of the ending with him saying, "will y Although I enjoyed the book, I felt like a lot was missing. I really wanted to know about the reunion with her daughter when she was finally free and she COMPLETELY left ALL of that out!! Throughout the entire book, she was only thinking about seeing her daughter again and then just completely leaves that whole part out!! That kinda bugged me. Also, she never mentioned if she ended up visiting him in prison or if she planned to, which was kind of a big part of the ending with him saying, "will you visit me in jail?" The book was interesting and easy to read. It was definitely not boring. I just felt like it ended kind of flat.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I read this in one go at the library recently, more out of curiosity than anything. The only drawback is that we don't get an epilogue on Brian Nichols, where he is with his case, etc. I suppose given the nature of his crimes, the author/publisher didn't want to over-humanize his situation and that the information is readily available to the curious. Still, the book seemed somewhat incomplete without it, as the entire narrative centers around how Ashley escaped by relating to him as a person.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Juanita

    Poorly written, but what bothered me about this book was the religious overtones combined with the fact that after the part where Brian is captured, she barely mentions him at all. After everything she said to him about God and forgiveness, I expected at least some expression of hope that Brian would turn things around in prison, and perhaps help other inmates to find their way.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    I like to read about true events. I vaguely remember hearing about this event and I wanted to know what really happened. This book was good, but it did get a bit repetitious and drawn it. I liked the spiritual storyline. At times this got repetitious as well. Ashley showed a lot of faith and by her testimony was able to prevent any more people from being hurt.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Claudia Bernardez

    The incident is horrific and the outcome was amazing. You can definitely see God at work. What I did not like is her constantly rewriting everything she said.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Anna△⃒⃘Francesca✨

    This is difficult to review I have to be honest. As a reader I have not encountered an audiobook written and narrated by the person whose story it is. From the moment the audiobook announced the narrator was Ashley I was concerned. One thing is for sure, Ashley Smith had to think quickly and openly to survive this terrible hostage situation. She speaks openly about the death of her husband, her addiction to drugs and the struggle with trying to restore her life and be in her daughters life. For This is difficult to review I have to be honest. As a reader I have not encountered an audiobook written and narrated by the person whose story it is. From the moment the audiobook announced the narrator was Ashley I was concerned. One thing is for sure, Ashley Smith had to think quickly and openly to survive this terrible hostage situation. She speaks openly about the death of her husband, her addiction to drugs and the struggle with trying to restore her life and be in her daughters life. For this I have two stars, she was honest and vulnerable and it is clear she wasn’t trying to avoid these tough subjects. I think this audiobook could have been narrated by a narrator and that the second author Stacy Mattingly could have written more of this book. I feel there does need to be a certain degree of separation between the person and the book. Why? There is so much repetition is this book, the flashbacks to when her husband dies, her struggles and more. It makes complete sense that in a hostage situation there would be repetitive thoughts, flashbacks and fears. However in book format it doesn’t engage the reader. There were times I checked the audiobook to make sure it hadn’t gone back to an earlier chapter. I think if Stacy had removed some of the repetition and helped to write it in a more descriptive manner this book could have been powerful. I understand that Ashley herself isn’t a writer and doesn’t claim to be but the book came across like a statement. If you find it hard to read books with constant reference to the lord you will struggle with this book, it is clear in this moment of fearing for her life and her daughter she drew strength from God, but it was frequent and at times frustrating.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Karen Rivera

    A real miracle! An amazing story God is forgiving and guides us all though a purpose driven life !

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jones Family

    This is a great story of how God is always yearning for you. It is a great example of how no matter what you have done or what you do God is still looking out for you. Ashley is a drug addict whose daughter has been taken away from her because she has not been taking care of herself. She is struggling with keeping a job and her life. The circumstances and choices that brought her to the place that she is are not good ones. One night after coming home she is grabbed and forced into her apartment This is a great story of how God is always yearning for you. It is a great example of how no matter what you have done or what you do God is still looking out for you. Ashley is a drug addict whose daughter has been taken away from her because she has not been taking care of herself. She is struggling with keeping a job and her life. The circumstances and choices that brought her to the place that she is are not good ones. One night after coming home she is grabbed and forced into her apartment at gunpoint. She is healed hostage for a few days by a man who has already shot three or four other people. During that time she reestablishes her connection with the Lord and seeks him. Her Testimony is an amazing one. If you are searching for something but don’t feel as if God could help you Ashley has something to say to you!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    Wow. That's all I can say. The faith and courage it took this woman of my own age to not only keep from going crazy but talk to and gain the trust of Brian Nichols is phenomenal. I almost didn't read this book after I scanned the blurb and realized how much credit she gave to God. I thought "Oh, no, not another Bible-thumper. Cue the fire and brimstone." I figured I'd glance through it and move on to the next book. I was hooked with the first sentance. This book reads as though Ashley's sitting Wow. That's all I can say. The faith and courage it took this woman of my own age to not only keep from going crazy but talk to and gain the trust of Brian Nichols is phenomenal. I almost didn't read this book after I scanned the blurb and realized how much credit she gave to God. I thought "Oh, no, not another Bible-thumper. Cue the fire and brimstone." I figured I'd glance through it and move on to the next book. I was hooked with the first sentance. This book reads as though Ashley's sitting next to you on the couch and telling it first-person. The pictures of Mack, Paige, her family and friends, herself, and even of Brian really served to bring the drama home. I found myself wishing there were many more pictures. I think this book is going on my "Must Buy" list.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

    This is a true story about the lady that was held hostage and she used the book she was reading ( Porpose Driven Life)to get her through it. Not only did it help her but it made a change in her kidnapper. What an awesome way to see God work n her life. this is a keeper on my book shelf and a must read again.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Audrey

    I was amazed how God used Ms. Smith, a former drug addict, to reach Brian Nichols, a killer on the loose. It impressed me how much God loves everyone. No matter what he or she has done God loves each individual and wants to work in his life. I found myself having compassion for the killer as well. I have been praying for both of them.

  18. 5 out of 5

    David

    An amazing story of relationship evangelism, under extreme conditions, this memoir of Ashley Smith's hours with on-the-run murderer Brian Nichols is compelling. Smith holds nothing back as she lays bare her own failures and losses, and how her story -- and persistent (if back-sliding) faith -- reached Nichols. Inspiring.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    This book is highly entertaining. She does repeat herself a lot though which gets annoying, but its told in the authors own voice. I wish I had followed the story when it happened, I bet it would make the book even better.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Trinka

    It was good. It could have been alot shorter and we would have known the same information. I am glad that I read it. It was very inspirational. I would recommend this book to people who are trying to quit a drug habit because she has some really good words of wisdom for those types of people.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    This story gave me a new perspective on mothers who lose custody of their children. It's written in a deeply human way that makes the reader connect somehow to not only the author but also to her captor.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Patsy

    This book repeated itself too much for me. Although this is a true story, some of it seemed unbelievable. Like, did this really happen this way? The title didn't really go with the book in my opinion.

  23. 5 out of 5

    LaDawna

    This was an easy read. It was interesting how she humanized her attacker. You could tell that she was very honest about her version of the story. She shared the good and the bad about herself and Brian Nichols.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This book was incredible! I can't imagine what that night was like. I'm so glad she opened up about her life and experiences and how God spoke to her!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lesa Dyer

    A pretty good book. What I liked the best was how you are able to have some compassion for Brian Nichols in spite of his horrific actions. I hope Ashley has continued on the right path.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Susan Whitman

    The story Ashley Smith tells is exciting and compelling. So glad she lived to tell it!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I read this book about three years ago and its definitely one that I recommend. It is such an incredible story and one to really reflect personally upon.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kayley Mae Reynolds*:)

    this book has taught me that you should have hope even throught the hard things in this book this girl had hope her whole way through the hostage and she talked him out of killing her

  29. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Boyer

    When I picked this book up, it was because it was in the true crime section and because it had a film adaptation--I find comparative analyses of adaptation is fun in my free time. I haven't seen the film yet, but I did manage to get through the book in two sittings. This is based on real events, in particular when Ashley Smith was held hostage in her home for seven hours by Brian Nichols, the Atlanta courthouse killer. This happened in 2005 and for some reason, honestly, I don't remember hearing When I picked this book up, it was because it was in the true crime section and because it had a film adaptation--I find comparative analyses of adaptation is fun in my free time. I haven't seen the film yet, but I did manage to get through the book in two sittings. This is based on real events, in particular when Ashley Smith was held hostage in her home for seven hours by Brian Nichols, the Atlanta courthouse killer. This happened in 2005 and for some reason, honestly, I don't remember hearing about it in 2005. That fact alone disappointed me--how did I not know this? But I have a lot of heartless things to say about this book. But I must be heartless because I didn't find this to be that harrowing of an experience. First, there were moments where it was hard to fully appreciate our heroine. She's battling a drug addiction problem, keeps saying how much she loved her husband (despite the fact she offers several examples of domestic violence in the home, including a time he threw a cup at his wife and infant daughter), oh and her husband was murdered in a fight, and she doesn't have custody of her kids at the time. So while I definitely wanted her to live (and figured she had because she wrote the book) I also wanted to slap her around a bit and tell her to get her shit together for her daughter. That was the first issue: I didn't "love" the heroine a majority of the time. Second heartless thing I'm going to say: I don't know if her hostage experience was as terrible as the back cover led me to believe. Sure, Nichols forces her into her home and at one point has her tied up. But he's polite, asks if the binding is too tight, and eventually he unties her. They create a kind of strange friendship where they're having breakfast. He doesn't beat her, torture her, rape her, etc., and again I'm so glad for that. But it made me think Nichols wasn't going to hurt her from the time he entered the home, which he kind of promised. Is it "miraculous" that she talks her way out of this hostage situation? Sure. Was she probably scared as hell? Absolutely. Do I think that all of her talk about God swayed Nichols a little bit? Yeah, probably. But at the same time he didn't seem like he was going to hurt her, had agreed to turn himself in, and overall she didn't seem to be in as much danger as the back cover wanted me to believe. (I told you it was going to be a heartless statement!) I really was not a fan of all of her interior monologues either. Sometimes they were in italics. Sometimes they were put in quotes because she wanted to say it but didn't. It was clunky. And there were lots of moments that were repetitive. It still is a good story. I just don't think it translated perfectly into this book format. And unfortunately, since I saw Mack as an abuser, I was annoyed by how she tried to make him look good when in fact he was an abuser. Don't make excuses for men who knock you unconscious and leave you out on a sidewalk.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Reens

    This is an incredible story about redemption of two fallen people in the most unlikely circumstances. It tells how God brought these two strangers together through a string of miraculous events. Ashley Smith - a single mother struggling with drug addiction - decides to go out for a pack of smokes at 2a.m. one night, is spotted and targeted by Brian Nichols - a man who escaped after having killed three people at the courthouse - and takes Ashley hostage as she returns to her apartment. These unli This is an incredible story about redemption of two fallen people in the most unlikely circumstances. It tells how God brought these two strangers together through a string of miraculous events. Ashley Smith - a single mother struggling with drug addiction - decides to go out for a pack of smokes at 2a.m. one night, is spotted and targeted by Brian Nichols - a man who escaped after having killed three people at the courthouse - and takes Ashley hostage as she returns to her apartment. These unlikely events and circumstances show us just how powerful and amazing God is and how he uses the most unlikely angels for his purpose. Ashley talked with Brian Nichols for hours about God, sharing her whole life story, about her family, showing her family photos to him, and even reading passages from The Purpose Driven Life daily devotions aloud to him. She didn't want to skip a day in her 40 day challenge and decided to go ahead and just read! I started reading this book after hearing her story in Pastor Rick Warren's daily messages in the Purpose Driven Life website as I decided to start my own 40 days of purpose challenge. I finished Unlikely Angel in two days. It is an easy read, however at times, I found some of her inner thoughts repetitive and the over-descriptive passages about her surroundings and actions rather distracting from the flow of the story. Nevertheless, her story is an important one that needs to be heard. It is a reminder of how our past does not control our circumstances or our future and that God's purpose for us is so much greater than what we can ever imagine or comprehend. He works through us and uses what we already have, both the strengths and weaknesses, to spread His word, His love, and bring glory to Him.

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