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Civilization is in decay.  And something is stirring to take its place. Walking the abandoned halls of the Tavistock Galleria, it's almost impossible to recognize that it was once the most luxurious retail center for hundreds of miles. Marble floors have been cracked and smeared, and long-dry fountains stand as though monuments for the dead.  Yet there's still life in Civilization is in decay.  And something is stirring to take its place. Walking the abandoned halls of the Tavistock Galleria, it's almost impossible to recognize that it was once the most luxurious retail center for hundreds of miles. Marble floors have been cracked and smeared, and long-dry fountains stand as though monuments for the dead.  Yet there's still life inside these broken walls. Locals tell of the rituals that happen at night, or speak of what's hidden inside the gear box of the old carousel. Of the creature that lurks in the store room behind Hot Topic, and how the canned echo of music still plays though the power has long since been cut.  The doors were once locked at night to keep people out, but now they're locked to keep something in. Fully illustrated edition. TAVISTOCK GALLERIA is a collection of short horror stories by multiple authors, all interrelated around the mysterious incidents at the Galleria. Every story is accompanied by an original, full page illustration to bring the stories to life.  About Haunted House Publishing We're passionate about publishing horror stories for adults, scary books for teens, and all sorts of dark fiction. We've got new horror kindle books every month, specializing in supernatural stories, supernatural book collections, and paranormal books for adults. We've got zombie books, demonic horror, ghosts and specters, angels and demons, gothic novels, and haunted houses and ghosts novels. We promise some of the top horror books 2019. 


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Civilization is in decay.  And something is stirring to take its place. Walking the abandoned halls of the Tavistock Galleria, it's almost impossible to recognize that it was once the most luxurious retail center for hundreds of miles. Marble floors have been cracked and smeared, and long-dry fountains stand as though monuments for the dead.  Yet there's still life in Civilization is in decay.  And something is stirring to take its place. Walking the abandoned halls of the Tavistock Galleria, it's almost impossible to recognize that it was once the most luxurious retail center for hundreds of miles. Marble floors have been cracked and smeared, and long-dry fountains stand as though monuments for the dead.  Yet there's still life inside these broken walls. Locals tell of the rituals that happen at night, or speak of what's hidden inside the gear box of the old carousel. Of the creature that lurks in the store room behind Hot Topic, and how the canned echo of music still plays though the power has long since been cut.  The doors were once locked at night to keep people out, but now they're locked to keep something in. Fully illustrated edition. TAVISTOCK GALLERIA is a collection of short horror stories by multiple authors, all interrelated around the mysterious incidents at the Galleria. Every story is accompanied by an original, full page illustration to bring the stories to life.  About Haunted House Publishing We're passionate about publishing horror stories for adults, scary books for teens, and all sorts of dark fiction. We've got new horror kindle books every month, specializing in supernatural stories, supernatural book collections, and paranormal books for adults. We've got zombie books, demonic horror, ghosts and specters, angels and demons, gothic novels, and haunted houses and ghosts novels. We promise some of the top horror books 2019. 

30 review for Tavistock Galleria: Short Horror Stories From America’s Retail Wasteland

  1. 4 out of 5

    Reading Reindeer 2021 On Proxima Centauri

    A lifelong principle has been to avoid malls, and reading TAVISTOCK GALLERIA has just confirmed that intent. TAVISTOCK GALLERIA is an extraordinarily excellent themed short story collection, by multiple talented authors, with each story contributing to the horror and terror of this poor misguided mall. Okay, perhaps not misguided; probably the terrors are intentional. Either way, these stories are downright scary! As they are penned by different authors, they of course feature different characte A lifelong principle has been to avoid malls, and reading TAVISTOCK GALLERIA has just confirmed that intent. TAVISTOCK GALLERIA is an extraordinarily excellent themed short story collection, by multiple talented authors, with each story contributing to the horror and terror of this poor misguided mall. Okay, perhaps not misguided; probably the terrors are intentional. Either way, these stories are downright scary! As they are penned by different authors, they of course feature different characters and retail shops, different themes--but every one of these stories should be read only in the daytime! And not aloud! (just in case--they're listening). A great collection, and a definite re-reader. Really happy I discovered it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hollie French

    Read through every story. There were a few stand outs, a few duds, and some that surprised me by gaining real momentum and pulling me in after a rough start. “Tavistock After Dark” by LP Hernandez was by far my favorite. A tantalizing little story that left me wishing for more, wonderfully descriptive and polished. “Retail Therapy” by Erin B. Lillis was a nice break from so many straight horror. “Life in Retail” by Charlie Davenport had a nice bit of suspense, but a little rough around the edges Read through every story. There were a few stand outs, a few duds, and some that surprised me by gaining real momentum and pulling me in after a rough start. “Tavistock After Dark” by LP Hernandez was by far my favorite. A tantalizing little story that left me wishing for more, wonderfully descriptive and polished. “Retail Therapy” by Erin B. Lillis was a nice break from so many straight horror. “Life in Retail” by Charlie Davenport had a nice bit of suspense, but a little rough around the edges. As for the rest, some great ideas and interesting plots that need some more work to really bring them to life. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ronald Keeler

    Tavistock Galleria is a collection of fourteen short horror stories by multiple authors. Their origin is “America’s Retail Wasteland.” (cover blurb). The stories are best read in order because of connecting threads that can pop up without warning that will tie a story to the one which came before. Or maybe two stories before. But let’s say you are familiar with some of the authors and want to skip to their contribution first. OK, it’s allowed; all stories can stand alone except the last one, The Tavistock Galleria is a collection of fourteen short horror stories by multiple authors. Their origin is “America’s Retail Wasteland.” (cover blurb). The stories are best read in order because of connecting threads that can pop up without warning that will tie a story to the one which came before. Or maybe two stories before. But let’s say you are familiar with some of the authors and want to skip to their contribution first. OK, it’s allowed; all stories can stand alone except the last one, The End of Tavistock. The last story won’t make sense without references found in all other stories. No worries about graphic sexual language or splatter gore violence. These stories are more creepy than horror and there is a nice mix of fantasy. True, the word “defenestration” might suggest some disturbing mental images but the use of it (only once) is not a cause for a trigger warning. When I review a collection of short stories, if most stories are good, I rate the collection as five Amazon stars. When they are further connected by clever threads, I also tend to give five Amazon stars. This collection qualifies on both counts. Times Were Different Then***** C.M. Scandreth *** In this perfectly named first story, the title is also advice. Mix the then and now at your own peril. Prom Dresses ***** Amanda Isenberg *** It is an oft-repeated cliché. “Clothes make the (…).” Ok, it is a new era of political correctness, so I leave it up to the reader to fill in the blanks. In this story, see how Jenny and Andrea fill in the important spaces. Tavistock After Dark***** L.P. Hernandez *** It was a job he could have gotten without a college education. Matter of fact, it was an insult that he had to take this low-level job of inventorying things before the last of the mall shops closed. All he had to do was follow instructions. But his college education had not even shown him how to do that. Mall Walkers ***** A.J. Horvath *** Young people can learn a lot from their elders; that is the conventional wisdom. In this story, younger people will get to repay their elders for all the energy they had expended when they were productive and raising their own families. It was a gift not willingly given. The Fountain ***** Desdymona Howard *** It was a beautiful fountain. He went there with Grams and friends every day. Sometimes they would walk around the Mall for exercise. More and more they would just rest by the fountain … and listen. Life in Retail ***** Charlie Davenport *** Brick and mortar stores, such as those in the Tavistock Galleria are real, physical things. All my senses respond to their presence. The internet with its online shopping is cyber-something. My imagination creates parts of what it “is.” In this story, we look at what might be if the situations were reversed. Closing Day ***** William Stuart *** True love and the Tavistock Galleria will live forever. Fast Forward ***** Blair Daniels *** Mellie borrowed Jenny’s necklace, one that her grandmother had given her years ago, and there were no signs that Mellie would ever return it. But what goes around comes around … just in time. Retail Therapy ***** Erin B. Lillis *** Yolanda, Gloria, and Denise went to the Mall for shopping but spent the entire day in reflection. Bitchcraft ***** Samantha Mayotte *** There are some things at the Mall that you do not have a chance to choose. They (or It) chooses you. This is a very different take on multiple personalities. I Smelled Every One ***** P. F. McGrail *** This story is an illustration of the effectiveness of hiding in plain sight. Does everyone you see in a Mall really belong there? The Carousel of Tavistock Galleria ***** Candice Azalea Greene ***The Carousel in the Tavistock Mall has a complex history. The horses were carved from wood no longer available. The Carousel works best when it is used most. Energy from happy kids energizes the Carousel. But the Mall is closing. Destination ***** Ashlyn Walker *** Imagine waking up not knowing where or when you are. You have a feeling of great motivation to fulfill a purpose, but you don’t know what the purpose is. And then … a bunch of voices supplies several clues so that you can begin your journey of self- discovery. The End of Tavistock ***** Elizabeth Davis *** Dr. Ashes, a somewhat omniscient Medium, will tie together all other stories as she seeks a solution to a sentient and somewhat malevolent Tavistock Galleria. For those readers seeking closure in a novel, this will be the best story. Any description of this story would be a spoiler, so I won’t furnish a description. I can’t end the review without mentioning the illustrations between the stories. They even looked good on my Kindle.

  4. 4 out of 5

    DRS

    Overall, I enjoyed this collection of stories, but the uneven quality of the stories kept me from rating it higher. Some stories were rather good (such as the opening), and some were much more amateur. A couple of the story ideas were repetitive, as there was more than one story about a cult operating in the mall. Some of the stories had predictable plots as well, things which are commonly used in horror stories with these elements (although one of them--the first one--took what I thought it was Overall, I enjoyed this collection of stories, but the uneven quality of the stories kept me from rating it higher. Some stories were rather good (such as the opening), and some were much more amateur. A couple of the story ideas were repetitive, as there was more than one story about a cult operating in the mall. Some of the stories had predictable plots as well, things which are commonly used in horror stories with these elements (although one of them--the first one--took what I thought it was going to do and turned it nicely). If you want to know what they are, I'll post below under a spoiler warning. My other main critique is that the book needed a bit of an intro as to the framing of the collection. From the title it's clear that the collection has to do with a mall, but beyond that I was left wondering if the stories were meant to take place in the same mall, or different malls, or what. The dates of the stories made it seem unlikely that they would all be occurring in the same mall. However, Tavistock Galleria is an unusual name, so how many dilapidated, haunted malls can there be with the same name? Also, some of the stories seemed to connect, and some didn't. The final story kind of tied everything together, but in a rather wild way, that felt like the Marvel Universe was crashing into the more dreary, plain haunted regular world. If the stories were supposed to take place in the same mall, they needed to be smoothed together a bit more for continuity of timeline. ------------------ So, *spoilers*: Two of the stories that bothered me with frequently used ideas: Mannequins that are actually alive. Carousel creatures that are actually alive. This is an honest review in exchange for an advance copy.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Hair

    I recently read an anthology called Welcome to the Show, in which many different authors submitted stories revolving around a particular music venue, the Shantyman. I ended up giving it a score of three out of five stars due to the uneven level of stories. Yes, there were some big name authors there offering awesome stories. However, much as the case is with many other anthologies, things were really hit and miss for me as a whole. The difference, however, was that each story was about the same I recently read an anthology called Welcome to the Show, in which many different authors submitted stories revolving around a particular music venue, the Shantyman. I ended up giving it a score of three out of five stars due to the uneven level of stories. Yes, there were some big name authors there offering awesome stories. However, much as the case is with many other anthologies, things were really hit and miss for me as a whole. The difference, however, was that each story was about the same place, meaning that when I read two or three crummy stories back-to-back it grated on me that much worse. That brings me to Tavistock Galleria, which takes the same idea and places each story in a fictional mall. Unfortunately, I had the same issues here: too many uneven stories in the same place marred the experience. Maybe it's just me. I don't know. I found myself getting bored often by the similar setting and themes. Yes, the stories were varied, but at heart they all had the same concept, and in this case it just didn't work for me. I'd also like to point out an issue I've seen more and more lately: editorial mistakes. I am an absolute stickler in regards to editing. If I, as a reader, can quickly and easily find error after error then there's clearly a problem. Unfortunately, it's a problem that seems to be more and more prevalent as of late. The last release from this publishing company was rife with errors. This one, while not as bad, still needed some help.

  6. 4 out of 5

    M.Y. David

    I received an advanced review copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. (I have read approximately 53.00% of the book at the time of this review.) Overall, this is a very nice collection of assorted stories from numerous authors, some appearing more than once. The content and subject matter is diverse, allowing for a different view of the mall (Tavistock Galleria) in each case. Most of the ideas are executed beautifully and encourage you, as the reader, to stop and think as you begin to se I received an advanced review copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. (I have read approximately 53.00% of the book at the time of this review.) Overall, this is a very nice collection of assorted stories from numerous authors, some appearing more than once. The content and subject matter is diverse, allowing for a different view of the mall (Tavistock Galleria) in each case. Most of the ideas are executed beautifully and encourage you, as the reader, to stop and think as you begin to see everything tie together (think dimension-hopping murderers). There are a couple of stories which failed to hit the mark and which I think had only been included to bulk out the main content; however, having said that the majority of what I had read was really enjoyable and I often found myself looking forward to reading more of the book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Candy Robosky

    Tavistock Galleria is a collection of short stories that luckily do occasionally get combined so that there is an appearance of continuity in some form other than all taking place at the same place. Some were very creepy and haunting, such as the prom dresses and carousel, among a few others. There were a few that were so confusing though that it made it hard to read them until the story itself was almost over, such as Closing Day. Probably the weakest story was Retail Therapy as it started out Tavistock Galleria is a collection of short stories that luckily do occasionally get combined so that there is an appearance of continuity in some form other than all taking place at the same place. Some were very creepy and haunting, such as the prom dresses and carousel, among a few others. There were a few that were so confusing though that it made it hard to read them until the story itself was almost over, such as Closing Day. Probably the weakest story was Retail Therapy as it started out promisingly spooky but ended on a very lame metaphor lesson. Overall I would say it was a decent book and I didn't mind some of the layout issues I had which may have been my device but I doubt it...ends of pages would be repeated at the top of then next page and such. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ravie13

    All of the horror/thriller/speculative stories in this collection take place in or around the same mall. But the basic details of the mall's information don't quite line up which led me to a bigger feeling of unease - which is what I liked! How come one story says it closed in the 80s but then in another it's obviously the 90s...? How come this one says it closed because of a murder but in another there's a different reason? I decided this mall actually exists in a multitude of parallel universe All of the horror/thriller/speculative stories in this collection take place in or around the same mall. But the basic details of the mall's information don't quite line up which led me to a bigger feeling of unease - which is what I liked! How come one story says it closed in the 80s but then in another it's obviously the 90s...? How come this one says it closed because of a murder but in another there's a different reason? I decided this mall actually exists in a multitude of parallel universes - there's something just WRONG with this destination and it's effect is SO BIG it crosses into several neighbor dimensions. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amy Arndt

    This was a fun, creepy, sad, nostalgic, and sometimes humorous collection of short stories, all centered around an aging mall known as the Tavistock Galleria. My favorite stories were: Prom Dresses, The Carousel of Tavistock Galleria, Retail Therapy, and Closing Day. The Fountain was my least favorite; it wasn`t all that interesting or exciting, and it had the most typos out of all the stories. I liked how the stories were interwoven, with characters and events showing up in some of the latter s This was a fun, creepy, sad, nostalgic, and sometimes humorous collection of short stories, all centered around an aging mall known as the Tavistock Galleria. My favorite stories were: Prom Dresses, The Carousel of Tavistock Galleria, Retail Therapy, and Closing Day. The Fountain was my least favorite; it wasn`t all that interesting or exciting, and it had the most typos out of all the stories. I liked how the stories were interwoven, with characters and events showing up in some of the latter stories, most notably The End of Tavistock. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    All the stories in this collection take place in a mall or what used to be a mall called Tavistock Galleria. This book is enough to make me glad I don’t visit our local mall as I’m sure I’d be creeped out just walking into one after reading this. They didn’t leave anything out…even the mall walkers and store mannequins get a story. And that fountain! I can tell this is one I’ll be reading over and over. Quite a few stories stuck with me and had me still thinking about them hours or days later. I All the stories in this collection take place in a mall or what used to be a mall called Tavistock Galleria. This book is enough to make me glad I don’t visit our local mall as I’m sure I’d be creeped out just walking into one after reading this. They didn’t leave anything out…even the mall walkers and store mannequins get a story. And that fountain! I can tell this is one I’ll be reading over and over. Quite a few stories stuck with me and had me still thinking about them hours or days later. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Paula Michalowski

    Retail memories, demons, ghosts and more For those of us old enough to remember places like Sam Goody, Hot Topic and others that us mall rats hung out at, it's a stroll along the concourse to death and decay. Immerse yourself and enjoy stories that explore time travel, demon worshipping cults, and a carousel that eats children, among other ghoulish events. You will also meet someone that reminded me an awful lot of the Cigarette man from the X-Files. You will enjoy these tales of retail horror an Retail memories, demons, ghosts and more For those of us old enough to remember places like Sam Goody, Hot Topic and others that us mall rats hung out at, it's a stroll along the concourse to death and decay. Immerse yourself and enjoy stories that explore time travel, demon worshipping cults, and a carousel that eats children, among other ghoulish events. You will also meet someone that reminded me an awful lot of the Cigarette man from the X-Files. You will enjoy these tales of retail horror and wonder at what might have happened at your local mall. Have fun!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Claudia

    Fourteen short stories, all revolving around the same mall. There are threads connecting the different stories, particularly the last one, but each one is different and has its own feeling. I have my favourites, of course, (Retail Therapy and The Prom Dress, for example) but they are all good, and I truly enjoyed reading them. This is an ideal read for those who enjoy horror mixed with a bit of creepy humour :P

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Wow! What an awesome collection of short stories. Each story is written by a different author and I don’t have a favourite, they are all equally as great as each other and made this book so interesting to read. Although they are all independent stories, I would strongly suggest that you read them in the order that they are presented within the book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Priscilla J.

    All of the stories in this book blend into a delightfully creepy world, with outright weirdness and horrific hauntings. You very much feel as if you are there yourself, witnessing all of the malls numerous horrors. Tavistock Galleria: Short Horror Stories From America's Retail Wasteland is sublime and definitely something i want to read more of! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. All of the stories in this book blend into a delightfully creepy world, with outright weirdness and horrific hauntings. You very much feel as if you are there yourself, witnessing all of the malls numerous horrors. Tavistock Galleria: Short Horror Stories From America's Retail Wasteland is sublime and definitely something i want to read more of! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Blanche Padgett

    These stories are scary because they deal with an empty building. Every story is tied to this galleria and has ghosts and monsters and evil carousels. I received an ARC from Booksprout and this is my honest review I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Carlynne Toomey

    I really enjoyed this book! I love horror stories, but often don't have the time to sit down for a long read. These short stories were the perfect thing! If you like horror in small doses with big scares, I highly recommend that you check this one out! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I really enjoyed this book! I love horror stories, but often don't have the time to sit down for a long read. These short stories were the perfect thing! If you like horror in small doses with big scares, I highly recommend that you check this one out! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  17. 4 out of 5

    C.J

    Cool book. Once I saw Tobias wade was involved I just had to read it, plus the cover pulled me In too. Everything centers around the tavistock galleria, an abandoned and haunted mall which used to be the pride of the town, but is now a shadow of its former self. Stories like Times were different then, Prom dresses, closing day and Bitchcraft, I found them very interesting. It's a great book. Cool book. Once I saw Tobias wade was involved I just had to read it, plus the cover pulled me In too. Everything centers around the tavistock galleria, an abandoned and haunted mall which used to be the pride of the town, but is now a shadow of its former self. Stories like Times were different then, Prom dresses, closing day and Bitchcraft, I found them very interesting. It's a great book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Carrie

    This was truly awesome I loved it so much as always some stories were a little better then others but all in all great book, this was a real treat for me as I really enjoyed this book,what happens to a dying mall? I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tanya

    This is all about what can happen when years later things descended into chaos and life has changed. The mall is destroyed and now very creepy. There will be many different tales of horror and ghosts as you read through this book I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Annemarie

    I really LOVE these Anthologies One theme and so many Author's interpretations of that theme. No two stories are alike and there is something to please everyone. Keep them coming Tobias Wade. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I really LOVE these Anthologies One theme and so many Author's interpretations of that theme. No two stories are alike and there is something to please everyone. Keep them coming Tobias Wade. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Obsidian Vixen

    I was excited to read it but somehow the pace and the stories being uneven made me like the book less. Still a decent read but not one I would highly recommend. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading all tge differant tales of the mall. The stories all fit together nicely and was absolutely hard to put down! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Brian Mcdonnell

    A good read . I liked the fact that the stories were all interlinked yet work just as well as stand alone stories and they are all short enough to read in a single sitting.My favourite story was Prom Dresses which was a slow burner but got the goosebumps raising nicely

  24. 5 out of 5

    Roger

    Captivating, entertaining and enjoyable. Is this horror? I don't know. Creepy & sometimes scary all stories are tied to an abandoned mall and have ghosts, monsters and even an evil carousel. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving an honest review. Captivating, entertaining and enjoyable. Is this horror? I don't know. Creepy & sometimes scary all stories are tied to an abandoned mall and have ghosts, monsters and even an evil carousel. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Live

    The stories are well written and and give you the feelings you expect with these kind of stories! Definitely worth the read. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Cherry

    Absolutely loved this book A great creepy mix of mall horror that will keep you enthralled until the end. They all flow nicely from one to the other and have a uniquely creepy twist to them. Again absolutely a cool read you definitely won’t regret buying.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Katie AldenKiehl

    This was an okay page turner. Some chapters "needed" you to keep going, others, you "needed" to get through. My favourite chapter was "I Smelled Every One" by P.F. McGrail. Extremely realistic take on America's Malls starting to fall apart, though. This was an okay page turner. Some chapters "needed" you to keep going, others, you "needed" to get through. My favourite chapter was "I Smelled Every One" by P.F. McGrail. Extremely realistic take on America's Malls starting to fall apart, though.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mama Creep

    Amazing! Truly amazing. I love how each author wrote the continuation for the next chapter. It kinda makes you see how their writing style differs. Had a really great time reading the book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    This is an unbelievable collection of stories. Definitely makes you not sure if you ever want to go to a mall again. Loved the stories.

  30. 4 out of 5

    danicatalyst

    Out of all the story, Tavistock After Dark stands out. Definitely my favorite.

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