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Book review by Gary Ellem – Cemetery Road

23 July 2021

Cemetery Road by Greg Iles Reserve this book here. I listened to this book on BorrowBox and thoroughly enjoyed it. We also have the book in the library as well. If I didn’t get the chance to listen to the book I’m sure I would...

Book review by Ruth Haig – Songspirals

13 July 2021

Songspirals : Sharing Women's Wisdom of Country through Songlines by Gay'wu Group of Women Reserve this book now. This amazing book was many years in the making as the Sisters and their Daughter worked to share with their own Yolgnu people, and a wider Australian...

Book review by Ruth Mogg – How Good is Scott Morrison?

13 July 2021

How Good Is Scott Morrison? by Wayne Errington and Peter van Onselen. Reserve this book now. The authors of How Good Is Scott Morrison? (324.29405), Wayne Errington and Peter van Onselen, expect that the subject of their book will become our fourth longest serving prime...

Book review by Ruth Mogg – Gilead

13 July 2021

Gilead by Marilynne Robinson Reserve this book now. Gilead by Marilynne Robinson is set in 1956 when, towards the end of his life, Reverend John Ames is writing to his young son in the fictional town of Gilead, Iowa, while at the same time observing...

Book review by Ruth Mogg – Gossip from the Forest

13 July 2021

Gossip from the Forest by Tom Keneally. Reserve this book now. Gossip from the Forest is an account of the proceedings which resulted in the signing of the Armistice at the end of the Great War in a train carriage in a forest.  It gives...

Book review by Chesne Olive – The Ambulance Girls

13 July 2021

The Ambulance Girls series by Deborah Burrows Reserve these titles now. The Ambulance Girls series was written by Australian author Deborah Burrows. There are three novels: The Ambulance Girls, Ambulance Girls Under Fire and Ambulance Girls At War. The story is set in England during...

Book review by Taryn Kelly – Ginger Meggs

12 July 2021

Ginger Meggs by Tristan Bancks Reserve a copy of Ginger Meggs here. Tristan Bancks is an author living in the Northern Rivers and is the great-great nephew of the creator of Australian icon Ginger Meggs. To celebrate 100 years of Ginger Meggs Tristan has written...

Audiobook review by Corinne Hughes – Clutter Corpse

9 July 2021

Clutter Corpse by Simon Brett Reserve a copy of Clutter Corpse here. Ellen Curtis is a middle-aged, widowed businesswoman, Mum and carer to her adult son.  After the tragic suicide of her husband - a successful syndicated comic strip artist -  Ellen has to quickly...

Good Reading magazine – July

2 July 2021

RUCRL subscribes to Good Reading magazine, giving library members free access to book reviews, news, interviews, podcasts, and competitions. The July issue is available now.

Book Review by Ngarie Macqueen – No Strings Attached

2 July 2021

No Strings Attached by Harper Bliss Reserve a copy of No Strings Attached here. No Strings Attached is a lesbian romance story by Harper Bliss. As well as being a writer, Harper hosts a weekly podcast with her wife called Harper Bliss & Her Mrs....

What’s new for kids in July?

1 July 2021

Click here to see all the new stuff for kids at the library in July! You can reserve these now on our library app, the member services page or at your nearest branch.

What’s new at the library in July?

1 July 2021

Click here to download our list of new titles for adults that have been added to the library ready for you to borrow in July. If you'd like to reserve any of them, you can do so through our library app, our online member services...

Book review by Gary Ellem – The Shadow Man

25 June 2021

The Shadow Man by Helen Fields Reserve The Shadow Man here. This was an interesting, slightly disturbing and dark book set in Scotland. When I borrowed the book I was really looking forward to reading but I am not sure I actually enjoyed it. The...

Magazine review by Cheryl Thompson – Mindfood

21 June 2021

MiNDFOOD Magazine - June 2021 issue Reserve a copy of Mindfood here. MiNDFOOD carries the hashtag #SMARTTHINKING with good reason – the articles and featured content are always topical, interesting, and informative, often covering serious issues without being too technical. The June 2021 issue is...

Good Reading magazine – June

10 June 2021

RUCRL subscribes to Good Reading magazine, giving library members free access to book reviews, news, interviews, podcasts, and competitions. The June issue is available now.

Book review by Tamara Patino – Simon Sock

8 June 2021

Simon Sock by Sue Hendra & Paul Linnet, illustrated by Nick East. Reserve a copy of Simon Sock here. I recently read ‘Simon Sock’ with the Kookaburra Preschool children during our library visit together and as part of a discussion about friendship and difference. Simon...

What’s new for kids in June?

4 June 2021

Click here to see all the new stuff for kids at the library in June! You can reserve these now on our library app, the member services page or at your nearest branch.

Book review by Gary Ellem – Sooley

4 June 2021

Sooley by John Grisham Reserve a copy of Sooley here. I have read and enjoyed all of John Grisham’s books and there are quite a few. Most of his fiction books are courtroom dramas but this one is different and is about basketball. Seventeen year...

What’s new at the library in June?

1 June 2021

Click here to download our list of new titles for adults that have been added to the library ready for you to borrow in June. If you'd like to reserve any of them, you can do so through our library app, our online member services...

Book review by Taryn Kelly – A Room Called Earth

27 May 2021

A Room Called Earth by Madeleine Ryan Reserve a copy of A Room Called Earth here. This is the debut novel from an Australian writer. A room called Earth is contemporary fiction based on a night in the life of a young woman who goes...

Audiobook review by Corinne Hughes – New Year’s Eve Murder

13 May 2021

New Year’s Eve Murder by Leslie Meier Reserve a copy of New Year's Eve Murder here. Another light murder mystery in the Lucy Stone series by Leslie Meier.  We find Lucy feeling the post Xmas/New Year blues deflated, exhausted and financially over-spent. Lucy’s children are...

What’s new at the library in May?

5 May 2021

Click here to download our list of new titles for adults that have been added to the library ready for you to borrow in May. If you'd like to reserve any of them, you can do so through our library app, our online member services...

What’s new for kids in May?

5 May 2021

Click here to see all the new stuff for kids at the library in May! You can reserve these now on our library app, the member services page or at your nearest branch.

Good Reading magazine – May

3 May 2021

RUCRL subscribes to Good Reading magazine, giving library members free access to book reviews, news, interviews, podcasts, and competitions. The May issue is available now.

What’s new for kids in April?

23 April 2021

Click here to see all the new stuff for kids at the library in April! You can reserve these now on our library app, the member services page or at your nearest branch.

What’s new at the library in April?

23 April 2021

Click here to download our list of new titles for adults that have been added to the library ready for you to borrow in April. If you'd like to reserve any of them, you can do so through our library app, our online member services...

Book review by Taryn Kelly – Reasons to Stay Alive

23 April 2021

Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig Matt Haig is an English author of fiction for adults and kids, and nonfiction. He has become one of my favourite authors in the last year, so I have been trying to read everything he has had published....

Book review by Taryn Kelly – Body Positive Power

13 April 2021

Body Positive Power : How to Stop Dieting, Make Peace with your Body and Live by Megan Jayne Crabbe This is an important book for anyone who struggles with their body image. It was a book I had seen recommended on social media and the...

Book review by Cheryl Thompson – Boy on Fire

13 April 2021

Boy On Fire: The Young Nick Cave by Mark Mordue. The author of this comprehensive biography, Mark Mordue, is an award-winning Australian writer, journalist and editor. In the 1990’s he was the founding editor of Australia’s leading pop culture magazine Australian Style. Written over a...

Audiobook review by Corinne Hughes – Anonymous

13 April 2021

Anonymous by Elizabeth Breck If you like strong female leads as your detective you’ve found your girl in Madison Kelly PI. Madison is extremely self-sufficient, smart, athletic, lives the Californian surf-culture lifestyle and is a licensed PI. An excellent insurance claims investigator, Madison now finds...

Book review by Gary Ellem – Win

13 April 2021

Win by Harlan Coben I am a big fan of Harlan Coben – he would be in my top 3 authors. For those who are familiar with his books that involve his character Myron Bolitar this book is all about his sidekick Win (Windsor Horne...

Book review by Taryn Kelly – The Boy from the Mish

29 March 2021

The Boy from the Mish by Gary Lonesborough The Boy from the Mish is young adult fiction and is the debut novel from Indigenous author Gary Lonesborough. I was excited about this book as soon as I heard it had been published because there are...

Book review by Aaron Wilkes – Plantopedia

29 March 2021

Plantopedia : the definitive guide to house plants by Lauren Camilleri and Sophia Kaplan This is the perfect book for anyone who loves houseplants! Its over 400 pages of gorgeous plants and the information on how to not kill them. After reading this book I...

DVD review by Ngarie Macqueen – Fleabag

29 March 2021

Fleabag : season 1 and 2 Fleabag is a show written by and starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who also wrote and produced the first season of Killing Eve – obviously an amazingly talented human! I don’t want to give too much away as I think that...

Book review by Sylvia Cooling – Honeybee

12 March 2021

Honeybee by Craig Silvey We first meet Sam on the railing of an overpass, where, filled with despair and unendurable hurt, Sam has come to die. Sam is 14 years old, hovering on the edge of childhood and the cusp of adulthood, struggling to find...

Audiobook review by Corinne Hughes – Appetite for Innocence

12 March 2021

Appetite for innocence by Lucinda Berry I’ve just read the audio recording of  Appetite for innocence by Lucinda Berry. A serial rapist/murderer is stalking then abducting young girls via social media.  Once captured the girls are doomed, until Ella. Ella makes an escape and tries...

Meet Libby, our new app

10 March 2021

Richmond - Upper Clarence Regional Library has moved our digital eMagazines, eBooks, and eAudiobooks from RBdigital to the Libby app. You will continue to be able to browse, borrow, and enjoy all the same titles you loved in RBdigital, now available in Libby. If you...

Good Reading magazine – March

2 March 2021

RUCRL subscribes to Good Reading magazine, giving library members free access to book reviews, news, interviews, podcasts, and competitions. The March issue is available now.

What’s new for kids in March?

1 March 2021

Click here to see all the new stuff for kids at the library in March! You can reserve these now on our library app, the member services page or at your nearest branch.

What’s new at the library in March?

1 March 2021

Click here to download our list of new titles for adults that have been added to the library ready for you to borrow in March. If you'd like to reserve any of them, you can do so through our library app, our online member services...

Book review by Gary Ellem – Prodigal Son

24 February 2021

Prodigal Son by Gregg Hurwitz This is book number 6 in the Orphan X series. Do you need my help?' It was always the first question he asked. They called him when they had nowhere else to turn. As a boy he was taken from...

Book review by Cheryl Thompson – Love, Clancy

15 February 2021

Love, Clancy : A dog’s letters home by Richard Glover. Richard Glover is an Australian writer who has a regular column in the weekend Sydney Morning Herald, has written several well acclaimed books for both adults and children, and is also a radio presenter on...

Audiobook review by Corinne Hughes – The Glass Room

15 February 2021

The Glass Room by Ann Cleeves. Another excellent mystery with Vera.  This time Vera has gone out on a limb personally by trying to help a neighbour’s wife whose gone missing. All is fairly straightforward till a body is found by the neighbour whose wife...

Book review by Sylvia Cooling – The Weekend

15 February 2021

The Weekend by Charlotte Wood. This book was suggested by one of our patrons and as the hard copy wasn’t available I loaned it as an eBook from Borrowbox in our eLibrary. Once I started reading I couldn’t put it down. Three women in their...

Book review by C.E. James – Peter Grant series

15 February 2021

Peter Grant series by Ben Aaronovitch. Reserve these titles now.  1. Rivers of London  2. Moon Over Soho  3. Whispers Under Ground  4. Broken Homes  5. Foxglove Summer  6. The Hanging Tree  7. Lies Sleeping  7.5. The October Man  8. False Value Each of the...

Good Reading magazine – February

15 February 2021

RUCRL subscribes to Good Reading magazine, giving library members free access to book reviews, news, interviews, podcasts, and competitions. The February issue is available now.

What’s new for kids in February?

1 February 2021

Click here to see all the new stuff for kids at the library in February! You can reserve these now on our library app, the member services page or at your nearest branch.

What’s new at the library in February?

1 February 2021

Click here to download our list of new titles for adults that have been added to the library ready for you to borrow in February. If you'd like to reserve any of them, you can do so through our library app, our online member services...

Book review by C.E. James – The Medoran Chronicles

14 January 2021

The Medoran Chronicles by Lynette Noni - (Series of five books) 1. Akarnae 2. Raelia 3. Draekora 4. Graevale 5. Vardaesia This is marvelous and inventive storytelling. She creates a great fantasy world. Worlds within worlds with feisty teenage characters learning to develop their own...

Book review by Gary Ellem – The Happiest Man on Earth

14 January 2021

The Happiest Man on Earth by Eddie Jaku Eddie just turned 100 years of age and this is a biography of a Holocaust survivor who shares how he found gratitude, kindness and hope in the darkest of places. He writes about his experiences in Buchenwald...

eAudiobook review by Corinne Hughes – Every Kind of Wicked

14 January 2021

I have just read the audio recording of Every kind of wicked, a Gardiner & Renner thriller by Lisa Black.  Maggie Gardiner is a beautiful, brilliant crime scene tech. Jack Renner is an almost deliberately non-descript, ordinary looking but extremely astute Police Detective.  A killer...

2021 RUCRL Reading Challenge

7 January 2021

Each year we hold a challenge for library members who would like to try reading something different. Everyone who participates (whether you complete the reading list or not) will be entered into a prize draw in December. Reading Challenge lists are available at your local...

NSW Reads Lucky’s

5 January 2021

NSW Reads Lucky’s The New South Wales Public Library Association is thrilled to announce the very first state-wide reading program, NSW Reads. It’s a big book club, and everyone in New South Wales is invited.  From 10 December 2020 to 17 February 2021, library members...

What’s new for kids in January?

5 January 2021

Click here to see all the new stuff for kids at the library in January! You can reserve these now on our library app, the member services page or at your nearest branch.

What’s new at the library in January?

5 January 2021

Click here to download our list of new titles for adults that have been added to the library ready for you to borrow in January. If you'd like to reserve any of them, you can do so through our library app, our online member services...

Book review by Tamara Patino – Bin Chicken

18 December 2020

Bin Chicken by Kate & Jol Temple, Illustrated by Ronojoy Ghosh. ‘Bin Chicken’ is a new picture book which explores how the Ibis has adopted the nickname of Bin Chicken. The authors do this through the use of humour, rhyme and rhythm and this combined...

Book review by Cheryl Thompson – All Our Shimmering Skies

18 December 2020

All Our Shimmering Skies by Trent Dalton All Our Shimmering Skies is the much anticipated follow up to Trent Dalton’s bestselling, award winning debut novel Boy Swallows Universe. Set against a wild, harsh, historic portrayal of Darwin and the beautiful landscape of Northern Australia, this...

Book Review by Linda Clark – Gift Wrap Green

18 December 2020

Gift wrap green : techniques for beautiful, recyclable gift wrapping by Camille Wilkinson Do you need some inspiration for the wrapping of your Christmas gifts this year ? This book will inspire you to try something new that will amaze your family and friends when...

Book review by C.E. James – The Returns

18 December 2020

The Returns by Philip Salom Set in contemporary Melbourne (2019). Very pre-COVID-19! It explores acts of kindness and friendship – it is very humorous and poignant! The book shop owner and his customers, the passing street scene and adjoining shop bring a range of eccentric...

Good Reading magazine – December

14 December 2020

RUCRL subscribes to Good Reading magazine, giving library members free access to book reviews, news, interviews, podcasts, and competitions. The December issue is available now.

What’s new at the library in December?

14 December 2020

Click here to download our list of new titles for adults that have been added to the library ready for you to borrow in December. If you'd like to reserve any of them, you can do so through our library app, our online member services...

What’s new for kids in December?

14 December 2020

Click here to see all the new stuff for kids at the library in December! You can reserve these now on our library app, the member services page or at your nearest branch.

Book review by Sylvia Cooling – When Grace Went Away

14 December 2020

When Grace Went Away by Meredith Appleyard This is the story of a family divided, fractured by a tragedy that struck at the heart of the family, and kept that way by anger, resentment and petty jealousies. It is told through a dual voice narrative....

Book review by Cate King – All Our Shimmering Skies

14 December 2020

All Our Shimmering Skies by Trent Dalton I loved this new book by Brisbane journalist Trent Dalton. It took me on an emotional and a physical journey. Set in the Top End and beginning in Darwin just before the bombing we meet 12 year old...

eAudiobook review by Corinne Hughes – Little Falls

14 December 2020

Little Falls by Elizabeth Lewes I have just read the audio recording of Little Falls by Elizabeth Lewes. It begins with Iraq/Afghanistan veteran medic Camille Waresch home-side, suffering with PTSD & living back in her remote hometown, Little Falls, as a property-tax ranger. On her...

What’s new for kids in November?

14 December 2020

Click here to see all the new stuff for kids at the library in November! You can reserve these now on our library app, the member services page or at your nearest branch.

What’s new at the library in November?

14 December 2020

Click here to download our list of new titles for adults that have been added to the library ready for you to borrow in November. If you'd like to reserve any of them, you can do so through our library app, our online member services...

Book review by Gary Ellem – The Catch

22 October 2020

TM Logan is the author of: Lies 29 seconds The catch The holiday If you are a fan of thrillers written by authors such as Harlan Coben, Steven Cavanagh and Simon Kernick then I highly recommend TM Logan. I have just finished reading “The Catch”...

Book Review by Ngarie Macqueen – Lori Foster

22 October 2020

Review of Romance/ Romantic Suspense author, Lori Foster I’m not ashamed to say I enjoy romance novels; whether they be historical or contemporary, involving humans or fantastical creatures, or whether they’re quite tame or quite descriptive with the content. What I really enjoy is writers...

Book review by C.E. James – No One

22 October 2020

No One by John Hughes A dreamlike entry into the world of “The Other”. The refugee and an indigenous city dweller – a view into the hidden life both physical and of the mind – difficult issues of victims and guilt and the “festering” relationship...

DVD review by Cheryl Thompson – Kedi

30 September 2020

'Kedi.'  Documentary (subtitled) available to borrow on DVD or stream on Beamafilm. 'Kedi' (Turkish for 'cat') is a delightful documentary film that follows the lives of seven different street cats in Istanbul, and interviews some of the people who know and interact with them. Street...

Book review by Taryn Kelly – 470

30 September 2020

470 by Linda Woodrow. 470 is the first cli-fi (climate fiction) novel that I have read. As such, I wasn’t sure what to expect – I thought it might be apocalyptic or dystopian. I decided to read 470 because the author, Linda Woodrow, was coming...

Book review by Gary Ellem – The Night Whistler

31 August 2020

The Night Whistler by Greg Woodland This a debut crime/thriller novel by an Australian author. In 1967 bigoted, small-town NSW, a disgraced detective and a twelve-year-old crime buff forge an alliance against the mysterious animal killer and psychopath terrorizing the boy’s family. Former Detective Mick...

Book review by C.E. James – Waiting

26 August 2020

Waiting by Philip Salom This is an affectionate and heartfelt portrayal of characters who are considered misfits in our society, without romanticising poverty. There are two main characters living in reduced circumstances, but this world has its own rules and code of conduct within which...

DVD review by Corinne Hughes – Manhunt

26 August 2020

Manhunt. A compelling performance by excellent British actor Martin Clunes as he portrays true life detective DCI Colin Sutton in his 2004-2006 search for the killer of a young, blonde French girl in the Surrey area of Britain. There is no witness, spoiled and lost...

Book review by Sylvia Cooling – My Smoko Break

28 July 2020

My Smoko Break by Hayley Maudsley Hayley Maudsley is a rural mum, living and working on an isolated Queensland wheat property with her husband and three kids. After coming across her recipe for Butterscotch Brownies in the Rural Weekly I was delighted to find her...

DVD review by Corinne Hughes – The Meg

28 July 2020

The Meg. I love movies about underwater adventures and ginormous sharks/sea creatures and The Meg combines both.  Starring my fave action actor Jason Statham.  Statham usually plays anti-hero roles but convincingly portrays heroic  role  of deep sea dive rescuer, Jonas Taylor.  The cast is a...

Book review by Sylvia Cooling – Matters of the Heart

28 July 2020

Matters of the heart by Fiona Palmer is set in rural Western Australia. It is here we meet the fiercely strong and independent Lizzy Bennet who is determined to save the struggling family farm. Working on the land  is all Lizzy has ever wanted to...

Book Review by Ngarie Macqueen – The Body

30 June 2020

The Body : a Guide for Occupants by Bill Bryson. The Body contains a concise explanation of both the historical and current knowledge of the human body with each chapter focusing on a particular organ, body system, physiological process or disease. The Body by Bill...

Book review by Corinne Hughes – Kill Order

30 June 2020

Kill Order by Jack McSporran If you like Ian Fleming’s 007 and James Phelan’s Lachlan Fox then you’ll love Jack McSporran’s Maggie Black.  Maggie’s a homeless, British street-kid made good.   With a big personality and an identity for all occasions, Maggie’s commando trained, highly intelligent,...

Book review by Cheryl Thompson – Lost but Found

30 June 2020

Lost but Found : Rescue Dogs and Their Stories of Adoption by Peter Sharp   This delightful book was created by award winning photographer Peter Sharp in conjunction with the Sydney Dogs and Cats Home. Peter specializes in studio pet photography, and is a dedicated...

Book Review by Linda Clark – The XX Brain

5 June 2020

The XX Brain by Dr Lisa Mosconi A must read for all women; it is not until you read this book you realise how differently geared the female and male brains are. This book focuses on preventive measures and ways to maintain  your brain health...

Book Review by Laura Ramstadius – Chain of Gold

5 June 2020

Chain of Gold is the first book in Cassandra Clare’s new trilogy “The Last Hours” which takes part in her universe “The Shadowhunters Chronicles.” Chain of Gold is a historical fantasy book set in the 1900s and follows Cordelia Carstairs after her father has been...

Brand new online collection!

19 May 2020

Now available from our extensive eLibrary is the brand new INDYREADS collection! INDYREADS provides access to independent Australian and international titles, classic literature and modern award-winning titles in eBook and eAudio format. With 9000 titles to browse, you'll never be without something read again. Use...

Book Review by Sue Bland – Silver Clouds

22 April 2020

Silver Clouds by Fleur McDonald Silver Clouds is an enthralling rural saga about a young woman who must come to terms with past mistakes and a major tragedy in order to find peace, happiness and love. When marketing executive Tessa Mathison leaves London to attend...

Book review by Cheryl Thompson – Your Own Kind of Girl

7 April 2020

Your Own Kind of Girl by Clare Bowditch. Clare Bowditch is an Australian musician, song writer, actor, educator, and former ABC broadcaster. In this brutally honest, but entertaining and inspiring biography, Clare lays bare her heart and soul to recount and to confront her struggles...

Book review by Taryn Kelly – The Rosie Trilogy

26 February 2020

The Rosie Trilogy by Graeme Simsion The Rosie Trilogy is the story of Don Tillman, a middle-aged university professor who has never quite got the hang of 'fitting in'. In the opening novel The Rosie Project, Don devises a questionnaire to assist him to find...

Book review by Sylvia Cooling – A Tree in the House

10 February 2020

A Tree in the House by Annabelle Hickson Annabelle Hickson is a writer/photographer/former-city-slicker who grew up in Sydney and actually worked as a journalist at The Australian. She spent a year at The Australian’s Brisbane bureau and was well and truly fired up about a long career...

Book review by Cheryl Thompson – The Angels Under The Earth

3 January 2020

Full disclosure! Lachlan Seipel, the author of “The Angels Under The Earth” is my great-nephew, so this review could possibly be slightly biased! However, by anyone’s standard, Lachlan is a remarkable young man. Diagnosed with Osteosarcoma (a rare form of bone cancer) at just age...

Book review by Sylvia Cooling – The Gown

26 November 2019

When this title by Jennifer Robson was reviewed by a member of our Book Club I knew I had to read it. You don’t have to be a fan of the royal family to enjoy this historical novel about Queen Elizabeth’s wedding gown and the...

Book review by Ngarie Macqueen – The Thinking Woman

18 September 2019

Anne Summers states in the foreword that this piece of work "aims to 'connect philosophical thinking and everyday life' ", and I wholeheartedly agree. van Loon's writing explores: love, play, work, fear, wonder and friendship, and she achieves this by intertwining deeply personal experiences with...

Book review by Gary Ellem – The Kennedy Detail

11 September 2019

I have been listening to quite a few audio books while travelling from Evans Head to Casino each work day. I have listened to eAudiobooks on BorrowBox as well as the Library’s audiobook collection on CD and MP3. I recently listened to a very interesting...

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