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If You Could Go Anywhere PDF, ePub eBook The brand new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author Paige Toon. The perfect summer read for 2019! Angie has always wanted to travel. But at 29, she has still never left her small mining town in the Australian outback. When her grandmother passes away, Angie finally feels free to see the world – until she discovers a letter addressed to the father she never knew an The brand new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author Paige Toon. The perfect summer read for 2019! Angie has always wanted to travel. But at 29, she has still never left her small mining town in the Australian outback. When her grandmother passes away, Angie finally feels free to see the world – until she discovers a letter addressed to the father she never knew and is forced to question everything. As Angie sets off on her journey to find the truth – about her family, her past and who she really is – will enigmatic stranger Alessandro help guide the way?

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Amanda - Mrs B's Book Reviews

    *https://mrsbbookreviews.wordpress.com If You Could Go Anywhere is the uplifting, heart-warming and well travelled new novel from ‘the million copy bestselling author’ Paige Toon. Just how far would you be willing to go for love? This question is posed by Paige Toon in her latest novel. Following the life journey of Angie, If You Could Go Anywhere is about finding your place in the world, connecting with your roots and building a future. Paige Toon’s latest novel introduces Angie, a young Australi *https://mrsbbookreviews.wordpress.com If You Could Go Anywhere is the uplifting, heart-warming and well travelled new novel from ‘the million copy bestselling author’ Paige Toon. Just how far would you be willing to go for love? This question is posed by Paige Toon in her latest novel. Following the life journey of Angie, If You Could Go Anywhere is about finding your place in the world, connecting with your roots and building a future. Paige Toon’s latest novel introduces Angie, a young Australian woman, who has lived a sheltered existence in the mining town of Coober Pedy. But Angie has big dreams and she would love to explore the world. When Angie’s beloved grandmother passes away, she is a delivered a big wake up call. Angie has a broken heart, but she knows now is the best time to set her travel plans into motion. While packing up to embark on her big adventure, Angie comes across a life changing letter. Inside the letter are details pertaining to the true identify of her father, a man she believes did not exist. In an effort to connect with her biological father, Angie begins her journey in Italy. In Italy, Angie finds a new family, friendship, shock revelations and love. Endorsed by my book club, Paige Toon is an author I have not experienced before. I had high expectations going into this novel, through positive comments I had heard about this author’s work. Thankfully, the praise was warranted, If You Could Go Anywhere was a thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining novel. The whole novel sits on Angie, the main protagonist of If You Could Go Anywhere. Toon’s characterisation is spot on. I immediately took a liking to Angie. Angie was strong but also vulnerable, approachable, inspiring and embracing. I really connected with her journey to find meaning in her life. I also cheered her on as she made leaps and gains in her life. It was heartening to see Angie spread her wings and commit to achieving the things she wanted the most in life – a family, to explore the world and find love. Another aspect that I truly adored about this novel was the strong sense of place that pervades the whole novel. I always like to get a feel for an author who is unfamiliar to me and while perusing the author bio in this book, I was quite taken with the fact that Paige Toon is a travel enthusiast. I feel this passion for exploring the world has been injected into her novel. Paige Toon comes from a background spent living across three different countries – England, America and Australia. This has put Toon in good standing to produce a novel that revolves around travel experiences. If you have been bitten by the travel bug, expect to be dazzled by this new book from Paige Toon. The Italy based sequences are magical! On the flip side, if you are a reader that knows very little about mining life in Australia’s remote locations, Paige Toon accurately summarises what life is like living in a cavern style arrangement in Coober Pedy. I loved the accompanying opal mining operation references too! Fascinating! I have been told that Paige Toon is quite the queen of contemporary romance and I was looking forward to sinking my teeth into a well crafted romance. Toon does not disappoint in this department and I am sure she will earn new fans, as well as impress her existing fans. There is plenty of emotion to get swept up in while delving into the romance side of things in the novel. By the close of If You Could Go Anywhere, I did feel satisfied by the love story. However, I think my heart went out to the tender father/daughter and the other family relationships that form during the course of this novel. Paige Toon definitely pulls out all the stops for her latest, If You Could Go Anywhere. She deftly combines a globetrotting adventure, with a heartening story of being reunited with your family and testing the waters of a new love along the way. A solid example of a life lit title, If You Could Go Anywhere will spark plenty of self examination and inspire you to set your sights afar, while leaving your heart feeling full. *I wish to thank Penguin Books Australia for providing me with a free copy of this book for review purposes.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    Angie has never left the small mountain town she grew up in. Despite always wanting to travel from a young age. "If you could go anywhere, where would you go?" A family tragedy and discovery changes this. Now in Italy she meets a guy named Alessandro. He's troubled by his own family tragedy. I also think he's worth fighting for just like Angie. Even with all the crazy jumps he does on the anniversaries. I love his van named Frida. Angie was such a relatable and loving main character, a nice chang Angie has never left the small mountain town she grew up in. Despite always wanting to travel from a young age. "If you could go anywhere, where would you go?" A family tragedy and discovery changes this. Now in Italy she meets a guy named Alessandro. He's troubled by his own family tragedy. I also think he's worth fighting for just like Angie. Even with all the crazy jumps he does on the anniversaries. I love his van named Frida. Angie was such a relatable and loving main character, a nice change from unrelatable leads. Alessandro is also a great guy to match her. It's nice how the relationship progresses and doesn't just happen out of nowhere. I love a book which demonstrates a friendship before turning into lovers. I wouldn't have chosen a better person for her to travel with. I always look forward to a Paige Toon Book and this one did not disappoint. 4.5 Stars

  3. 5 out of 5

    Fabulous Book Fiend

    As always this novel from Paige Toon has some of my favourite elements that I love to read about. It has travel, it has romance and it has our main character finding a sense of independence-definitely the kind of things I like to read about. If you're thinking of picking up this novel looking for the usual kind of escapism that you normally find in a Paige Toon novel then you are definitely in the right place. This book has awesome scenes of Italy., the food the fun and the awesome scenery. I lo As always this novel from Paige Toon has some of my favourite elements that I love to read about. It has travel, it has romance and it has our main character finding a sense of independence-definitely the kind of things I like to read about. If you're thinking of picking up this novel looking for the usual kind of escapism that you normally find in a Paige Toon novel then you are definitely in the right place. This book has awesome scenes of Italy., the food the fun and the awesome scenery. I loved being in Denver and being transported from the snow away and into the warm sunshine of Ital. Angie is an interesting character and it took me a while to work her out. I couldn't decide whether she was independent or not. I think she has been the big fish in her little world and now she has been thrown into the big bad world in another country for that matter, she does seem to flounder a little initially. I like the premise behind the fact that she hasn't really travelled and hasn't really left her comfort zone and now she REALLY has. I loved her sense of adventure and also her fearlessness. She chases what she wants even if that means facing her fears. The two male characters in this novel were definitely less easy to warm to. I initially got them confused with each other I think this might have been because I was listening on audiobook and I would have been better acquainted with them had I seen them written down. Alessandro seems like a bad boy and don't get me wrong I love to read about a rebel without a cause but I sometimes felt like he might be just a bit too much of a risk for our Angie. There are plenty of moments in this book that will give you that same adventurous thrill that Angie is feeling, there are also romantic moments and a little bit of heartbreak. I loved escaping to Italy with Angie and I liked the personal journey that she went on as the novel progressed. Another wonderful dose of escapism from Paige Toon!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Theresa Smith

    A new novel by Paige Toon is always a welcome treat. If You Could Go Anywhere is a romance/coming of age/travelogue that is based heavily on the author’s feelings of wanderlust, drawing on her own experiences travelling in Australia, Italy and Norway. It’s steeped in atmosphere, the places, the tastes, and the sensations – all coming to life on these pages. It’s a very enjoyable novel and I could really see it playing out as a movie. ‘Oh, Nan…I’m overwhelmed with grief at the thought of her and d A new novel by Paige Toon is always a welcome treat. If You Could Go Anywhere is a romance/coming of age/travelogue that is based heavily on the author’s feelings of wanderlust, drawing on her own experiences travelling in Australia, Italy and Norway. It’s steeped in atmosphere, the places, the tastes, and the sensations – all coming to life on these pages. It’s a very enjoyable novel and I could really see it playing out as a movie. ‘Oh, Nan…I’m overwhelmed with grief at the thought of her and desperately sad that she kept this part of my family from me.’ What started as a coming of age/discover who you really are type of novel quickly veered into a contemporary romance though. This did bother me at times, particularly as this storyline overshadowed the father/daughter relationship which was, to my mind, the actual point of the novel. The romance plot was also quite predictable in its trajectory, lacking the uniqueness of Paige’s previous novel, Five Years from Now. All this aside though, I still really enjoyed this story, and that is largely due to the character of Angie, who was very well crafted and authentically realised throughout. She’s a fixer, a helper, a pleaser; she’s intrinsically good, but not in an annoying way. She’s the type of person who acts without artifice and genuinely deserves good fortune. Having such an endearing character to champion balanced out the other aspects of the story that niggled at me, so that by the time I had reached the end of this novel, I felt as though it had been a very satisfying read indeed. I tend to be a bit nitpicky about romances though, so my fussiness is often not a reflection of the story but more about my reading mood and general mindset at the time. There are some very heartfelt moments along the way for Angie and Alessandro, which go a long way towards bursting the romance bubbles and carving out a proper foundation for a relationship, which appealed to me far more. ‘It’s crazy. Frighteningly crazy. I have no experience with mental illness and the thought of trying to make Alessandro see sense scares the hell out of me. All I know is that I’ve got to try.’ Fans of contemporary romance and lovers of food fiction will relish within the pages of this novel. It really is a treat for the senses and if you long to travel to Italy but haven’t ever gotten there, then this is also an ideal read for you. A great one to pick up for the coming long weekend! ‘You’re like no one I’ve ever known. So open and honest and true and pure and good and loving and forgiving and so beautiful, inside and out. I thought maybe you really were an angel.’ Thanks is extended to Penguin Random House Australia for providing me with a copy of If You Could Go Anywhere for review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    tara

    ''I’m not an angel.' I whisper. 'I’m just a girl who loves you.'' A gorgeous, enjoyable book. Descriptively picturesque. It was about so many important things; friendship, family, grief, blame, forgiveness and most of all it had an incredible love story at its heart. The: I want to believe in this true type of love. Alessandro and Angie were everything. ''I love you. Utterly. Deeply. Profoundly… Boundlessly. Ceaselessly. Infinitely… Acutely. Desperately. Unequivocally.''

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Gilbey

    Paige Toon has done it yet again and delivered a wonderful book, that had me almost crying poolside in places as I read it. Angie has always wanted to travel, but for various reasons has never really left her small mining community, in Coober Pedy, Australia, let alone gone abroad anywhere. When her beloved Nan dies, she is finally free to explore and by chance she discovers details about the father she had never met or known the name of. Which leads to her flying to Rome for the summer to meet h Paige Toon has done it yet again and delivered a wonderful book, that had me almost crying poolside in places as I read it. Angie has always wanted to travel, but for various reasons has never really left her small mining community, in Coober Pedy, Australia, let alone gone abroad anywhere. When her beloved Nan dies, she is finally free to explore and by chance she discovers details about the father she had never met or known the name of. Which leads to her flying to Rome for the summer to meet her remaining family for the first time. And the gorgeous Alessandro is on hand to help translate and generally smooth things over. I loved discovering just what secrets Alesssandro is hiding, and he is a far more complex character than you would realise at first glance. There is not too much of the touristy bits of Rome, but we do get to see some other parts of Italy too, and since Giulio, her father, owns a restaurant, there is plenty of food mentioned. I was hooked from the first few pages, as Paige explains what life is like for Angie, and then the travel aspect I was always going to adore. This is a wonderful story and a must for all Toon fans, or generally women's fiction with heart fans! I adored this book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Frenchorchidea

    Netgalley.com gave me the opportunity to read a sample of this book - the first couple of chapters - and from what I have read, it looks like a really good book! I hope I will have the opportunity to read this book! It's about a girl who always dreamt to travel the world but who was stuck in her hometown in Australia to take care of her grandmother who was sick. We discover this girl the day her grandmother dies and suddenly she has a whole new life waiting for her. Very intriguing. Can't wait t Netgalley.com gave me the opportunity to read a sample of this book - the first couple of chapters - and from what I have read, it looks like a really good book! I hope I will have the opportunity to read this book! It's about a girl who always dreamt to travel the world but who was stuck in her hometown in Australia to take care of her grandmother who was sick. We discover this girl the day her grandmother dies and suddenly she has a whole new life waiting for her. Very intriguing. Can't wait to have my hands on the full book! THank you Netgalley!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Gemma

    My goodness, If You Could Go Anywhere is an absolutely wonderful story; one of my favourites of the year! Writing this review has mostly consisted of me staring at a blank page for hours on end, wondering where I can find the words to sum it up… If you could go anywhere, where would you go?That’s the question Angie has asked everyone since she was young. Living in the very remote town of Coober Pedy (in the Australian outback) she has a bedroom ceiling full of postcards from where others have vis My goodness, If You Could Go Anywhere is an absolutely wonderful story; one of my favourites of the year! Writing this review has mostly consisted of me staring at a blank page for hours on end, wondering where I can find the words to sum it up… If you could go anywhere, where would you go?That’s the question Angie has asked everyone since she was young. Living in the very remote town of Coober Pedy (in the Australian outback) she has a bedroom ceiling full of postcards from where others have visited and lived and has always wanted to follow in her late mothers footsteps by seeing the world… That was her plan until her granddad died in an unfortunate mining accident and soon after her Nan developed dementia and Angie became her fulltime carer. Now at 29 and with her Nan’s passing she has nothing stopping her living those dreams. Whilst toasting to new adventures with her best friend, Angie finds a letter tucked away which sets sail to where her adventure should begin… Italy – Rome! If You Could Go Anywhere is the epitome of a page-turner; you begin this journey with Angie and you don’t want to stop for a single moment! I loved how this story was constructed; whilst discovering about Angie’s new life in Italy and joining her on her adventures, we’re also taken on a journey back, learning about what her life was like before that growing up with her grandparents. In doing this it also shows the huge contrast between Coober Pedy and Italy; two absolutely wonderful locations that draw you in, yet worlds apart in everyway. From the almost alien looking outback town of Coober Pedy; with it’s dust, quietness, dullness, and these mounds of earth where people are living in these underground dugouts, to a bustling, colourful and noisy Rome and all it’s Italian charm. As a character Angie is one you instantly warm to; she’s caring, kind, strong, determined, incredibly selfless and just has a real love of people – what you see is what you get. Whereas Alessandro, who has a connection to Angie’s dad and guides Angie along in Italian life, by finding her a place to stay, being her tour-guide and friend is a much more complex character. He’s dark, striking and charming, but he’s incredibly frustrating at times, blowing hot and cold towards Angie – you instantly sense there’s hidden secrets, a darkness, vulnerability within him which adds a layer of mystery to the story. I really enjoyed their relationship developing; as I say, there were times I felt frustrated for Angie with his behaviour, but there were also some lovely playful and thoughtful moments between them. Whilst travelling alongside Angie as she explores the sights, sounds and tastes of Italy, we’re not only provided with a beautiful story, all within a stunning backdrop, there’s also history to be learnt. I’ve said it many times, but I adore Italy, despite never (yet) been, I’ve fallen in love with it more and more through reading, so, If You Could Go Anywhere tickled all my buds! Toon not only takes us to the touristy spots, but she opens your eyes to little hidden gems, her descriptions are detailed and alongside looking at photos on google I felt I was really there and did honestly learn and discover things. And whilst I say her writing is detailed in descriptions, what I should also add is that by no means turns this book into a tourist guide – she balances it out perfectly with just the right amount of detail to immerse you, but never letting the story take a back-step. The same goes for Coober Pedy – what a gem! I’d never even heard of this place (Geography is not my strong point) where people lived in caves (actual caves!), there were hotels to stay in in caves, I was dazzled, straight over to my friend google and then researching how much it’d cost me to go stay there!! I loved the sense of community I got from this place and again, steeped in history of Australia’s opal mining industry – I particularly enjoyed  how the opal story was also blended into Angie’s story. THANK YOU Paige Toon for opening my eyes to so much. Those with smaller roles in this story also make a big impression, from Angie’s eccentric father Giulio, to her housemate/friend Christina and waiter Stefano – as doesSerafina’s the family restaurant – which also adds much charm and provides for some very memorable and humorous moments! My time in the little restaurant (which could give a soap opera a run for it’s money at times!) and with these secondary characters always brought a smile to my face. Whilst If You Could Anywhere oozes out joy, charm and adventures galore, there’s another layer to the story which takes the reader to incredibly dark places at times. Toon explores alzheimer’s, depression, grief, mental health and suicide; that lack of self worth and guilt that slowly suffocates you. The events near to the end of this story really had my heart leaping out of my chest! A book about family, friendship, travel, love, forgiving others and most importantly, forgiving yourself. From Australia’s Coober Pedy, to Rome, Tivoli, Pompeii, Venice, Bologna and Florence, to Norway and the Goreme National Park in Turkey; this book is one HUGE adventure and one I’m sad to be saying goodbye to. I ADORED every moment of this uplifting, inspiring, heart-wrenching, beautifully romantic story. If You Could Go Anywhere is gorgeous storytelling that’s filled with characters you take to your heart and charming settings; it will fill your senses to the brim and take you on a journey uncovering the deepest of emotions and rawest of feelings, making it Paige Toon at her absolute best!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Simona

    *Book provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review* The best book I have read so far in this year!!! Paige Toon just manages it every time, her writing is magical! In this book we follow Angie, who lives in Coober Pedy, a mining town, she has never left Australia and is now 29 years old already. She lost her mum as a baby and then her grandfather and now her grandmother, who she looked after for years. The community in her little town is amazing, but Angie has always dreamed of follo *Book provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review* The best book I have read so far in this year!!! Paige Toon just manages it every time, her writing is magical! In this book we follow Angie, who lives in Coober Pedy, a mining town, she has never left Australia and is now 29 years old already. She lost her mum as a baby and then her grandfather and now her grandmother, who she looked after for years. The community in her little town is amazing, but Angie has always dreamed of following her mother’s footsteps of seeing the world. Angie has a long of list of counties, but when she finds a letter addressed her father, things change and she finds herself in Italy, Rome to be specific. Her father Giulio runs a restaurant in the city. Alessandro works at the restaurant and it gurns out he is connected to the family as well. He kind of takes care of her, shows her around and they instantly have a connection. Angie also gets to know the other people at the restaurant and she slowly gets to know her new family as well. Part of it is in Tivoli and part of is in Venice. Paige Toon takes us on a journey through Rome and the rest of Italy and I loved it, all the Italian aspects actually. I’m have Italian, so it was a really special read for me. We saw it all through Angie’s eyes, which made it unique and different. No touristy stuff, just her point of view, but also Angie getting to know her knew family and making friends. All the characters added a lot of spark to the story and yes, I wanted her and Alessandro to spend as much time as possible together. Their chemistry grew through out the book and I just loved them together. Alessandro is connected to the family, as I said and a lot happened in his past. It has made him the person he is now, but there are still a lot of unresolved issues and that stops him of following his feelings. That meant a lot of secrets were eventually discovered and the feelings and emotions were high. This book is great on so many levels!!!! A fab cast of characters (especially Angie, so relatable), wonderful locations, a exciting storyline, deep emotions, real feelings, romance, friendship, family and passion. It’s really intense and I was hooked immediately, I couldn’t put the book down and in the end I just cried. Paige Toon has areal talent to capture a reader and create a fascinating, unforgettable and irreplaceable story. I have read and seen documentaries about people living in dugouts (caves) and I really liked that Coober Pedy was part of the setting in this book. It’s fascinating and very interesting. The community of people, who live there in the books is great, they care for Angie and they send her lovely postcards to Italy. She is really connected to them, but also starting anew life, that’s not easy. This book is touching, passionate, beautiful, inspiring, bright, authentic, addicting, sweet, romantic and so much more. Paige Toon’s writing is on point, I need more of these characters, pronto!!!! AMAZING!!!!!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Megan Jones

    Angie has always wanted to travel. But at twenty-seven, she has barely stepped outside the small mining town where she was born. Instead, she discovers the world through stories told to her by passing travellers, dreaming that one day she'll see it all for herself. When her grandmother passes away, leaving Angie with no remaining family, she is ready to start her own adventures. Then she finds a letter revealing the address of the father she never knew, and realises instantly where her journey m Angie has always wanted to travel. But at twenty-seven, she has barely stepped outside the small mining town where she was born. Instead, she discovers the world through stories told to her by passing travellers, dreaming that one day she'll see it all for herself. When her grandmother passes away, leaving Angie with no remaining family, she is ready to start her own adventures. Then she finds a letter revealing the address of the father she never knew, and realises instantly where her journey must begin: Italy. As Angie sets out to find the truth – about her family, her past and who she really is – will mysterious and reckless Italian Alessandro help guide the way? I take no pleasure whatsoever in writing this review, but 'If You Could Go Anywhere' really was not for me and this is far off being my favourite read from Toon. This starts well, I enjoyed getting to know Angie and learning about her life in Australia, this kept up for a while as I was eager to see what adventures she would get up to but then my enthusiasm wanes. Angie does not really get up to much for someone who has always wanted to travel and I struggled to see the plot continuity. The whole way through reading this, I struggled to connect with both the plot and the characters. The plot felt too simplistic to me, everything just seemed to happen with little emotion or difficulty and I did not find it reflective of real life. The characters, however, are the main concern for me, I usually adore Toon's characters and love falling in love with them and cherishing them. However, this time round, as I have said, I did not connect with them. Angie was okay if a little desperate but Alessandro? I could not stand him. I did not feel sympathy for him or even like him that much and I just lost interest in the book as I lost interest in him and Angie. Such a shame. The one positive that this book has, is as always, we go to some lovely places that offer escapism from the real world. Toon once again captures the landscapes beautifully, I just did not enjoy the plot or characters. Such a shame, and I hate having to say that I did not enjoy it, but here is hoping her next offering is back on form.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    I loved every minute of this, I was trying to savour it and draw it out to make it last, but as per usual I’ve stayed up til after midnight on a work night finishing it. This has everything I love; travel, romance, fun friends & family support characters, heartbreak and angst but just the right amount to give you the feels.. can’t wait to crack out the lamingtons and read this again when Paige comes to Aus in April/ May

  12. 5 out of 5

    Agi

    "If You Could Go Anywhere" introduces us to Angie, who always wanted to follow her mother's footsteps and travel all over the world. She was known in the town as the one always asking people "if you could go anywhere, where would you go?" However, the circumstances didn't allow it. Angie lives in Coober Pedy in Australia, a mining town, where her grandfather used to work before he died in an accident. Angie was left only with her grandmother, as her mother also died, shortly after giving birth t "If You Could Go Anywhere" introduces us to Angie, who always wanted to follow her mother's footsteps and travel all over the world. She was known in the town as the one always asking people "if you could go anywhere, where would you go?" However, the circumstances didn't allow it. Angie lives in Coober Pedy in Australia, a mining town, where her grandfather used to work before he died in an accident. Angie was left only with her grandmother, as her mother also died, shortly after giving birth to her. Her plans to travel have been delayed after her grandmother fell ill and Angie had to look after her. After her death she discovers something that is going to change her life and her whole world and prompts her to set forth on her first travel to Italy. I confess, I've never heard about Coober Pedy and its people living in the dugouts. To be honest, I couldn't imagine it, people living in caves, I mean, how? But of course people's best friend Google was very helpful, and I've spent a fascinating few hours surfing through different pages and looking at photos of the dugouts - they are not only homes but there are hotels, churches, swimming pools... everything! Have learnt something new again, and it's a brilliant feeling. Also, the whole fictional community in Coober Pedy was simply great. They stick together, they support and they know everything about each other but not in this nosy, patronising way, no, it's simply because they care. It was crystal clear how much Angie means to all of them and how much they mean to Angie. Angie is such a straightforward characters, and I think it is due to the fact that she has spent all her life in Australia. But it doesn't mean that she's naive or silly, oh no, she's a lovely and clever girl who took the opportunity and learnt a lot from people from all over the world who came to work in the mines. I loved her fresh look at the world, at her enjoying everything in such a fresh, genuine way. Alessandro was another matter. I must admit that at the beginning I liked him much more than at the end. Sure, I know where he was coming from, I understood his feelings, and his secrets were heart - breaking but simply, this dark side of his just didn't sit with me. This blowing hot and cold - yes, I know he didn't want any commitments, he didn't want to hurt anybody but did he think it through that being like this he does hurt people? Nevertheless, he was a complex and complicated character, just like I like it best. I really enjoyed the fact that Paige Toon takes us on the tour through Roma and other parts of Italy, and that we can admire them through the wide - opened eyes of Angie but it was not too touristy - hope you know what I mean. Sometimes authors focus so much on describing every single thing in towns, on discovering the hidden places that you have a feeling it's not a story but a tourist guide. Well, with this book it was not the case. When we near the end, the story significantly gains momentum. I don't mean that it was slow - paced, because the pace was really great, there was all the time something happening, but because of the art of the events it felt like a roller - coaster ride at the end. It made your heart palpitate as you know that there is not much time left and you can't be sure of the outcome. It was a beautiful and romantic journey full of feelings and emotions. A magic story about learning to let go and to trust again, about friendship, family bonds and forgiveness. The extra bonus was the gorgeous setting of Italy and the brilliant and spot - on descriptions of the Italian family, big and loud and full of heart for everybody. I must admit that this time the story and the writing style reminded me a little on Karen Swan and her novels that I simply adore, there was also the element of mystery in "If You Could Go Anywhere". Paige Toon also deals with the issue of mental health and of feeling guilty, and she does it in a great, gentle way, and I really appreciate the fact that she decided to write about this topic, it's important and too often ignored, so hats off to the author for this - and I so liked the fact that this time it was a male character with the mental health problem, the author showing that the men can also be vulnerable, that they have feelings and that they can suffer for so long, and that it's even harder for them to do something, to open up, to confess. I don't know why but I have a feeling that this book is somehow a little bit serious in tone that the previous novels by Paige Toon. I mean, they were always dealing with serious issues as well but this time it just deals with such deep and pulling at the heart strings issues - another brilliant work from Paige Toon that I highly recommend! Copy provided by the publisher in return for an honest review.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shaz Goodwin

    https://www.jerasjamboree.co.uk/2019/... My favourite Paige Toon story for the past few years has been The Longest Holiday. Then along comes If You Could Go Anywhere and rocked my world (pun intended!). Angie is one of the best female lead characters I’ve come across. Always putting others first without an agenda, truly loved and respected by the community and visitors where she lives in Coober Pedy, she’s a character who draws you in from the beginning (a first person narrative works really well https://www.jerasjamboree.co.uk/2019/... My favourite Paige Toon story for the past few years has been The Longest Holiday. Then along comes If You Could Go Anywhere and rocked my world (pun intended!). Angie is one of the best female lead characters I’ve come across. Always putting others first without an agenda, truly loved and respected by the community and visitors where she lives in Coober Pedy, she’s a character who draws you in from the beginning (a first person narrative works really well with this story) and is totally relatable. She’s sacrificed so much to give selflessly that you can’t help but hope that in Italy she will experience lots of fun and laughter – which she does and so much more. Alessandro was an enigma to me for much of the story and is the opposite to Angie. Dark and brooding, always on the edge and keeping people at a distance. Yet he’s always there to guide Angie despite the fact that he’s sometimes reluctant to do so. I took this at face value! I had no idea of the connection between something else either … Paige Toon’s writing makes you feel as if you’re alongside Angie as she explores the city. It brought back so many memories for me. Quite a lot of time is spent in Serafina’s, the restaurant owned by Angie’s dad Giulio. Restaurant staff Cristina and Stefano add colour to the story (and Angie works her magic on Cristina too). I loved Angie’s developing relationship with Giulio and her extended family. There are many levels to this story. From the light-hearted to such emotional pain that you wonder how there will ever be light in the darkness again. Paige Toon writes about emotional trauma with realism and sensitivity. I became so involved that my heart broke into tiny pieces. I also think this story will help others with conflicting feelings that come with the responsibilities as a carer in both life and death, maybe helping them to feel not so alone.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Iqra M.

    4.5 Wow, Goodreads. I just wrote a long review and the website lags and didn't publish it. This happened several times before. I hate it. This is not my favourite book of Toon's. However, her writing is impeccable, as always. Her characterisation is fantastic and we received yet another exceptional plot development. Toon never disappoints. She is now one of my favourite Women's Fic/Chick Lit/Contemporary authors. Can't wait to read more of her works! There's just something about her writing that 4.5 Wow, Goodreads. I just wrote a long review and the website lags and didn't publish it. This happened several times before. I hate it. This is not my favourite book of Toon's. However, her writing is impeccable, as always. Her characterisation is fantastic and we received yet another exceptional plot development. Toon never disappoints. She is now one of my favourite Women's Fic/Chick Lit/Contemporary authors. Can't wait to read more of her works! There's just something about her writing that makes her books really enjoyable to read and unputdownable. KUDOS! Side note: This book tackles with sensitive topics like PTSD, suicide, grief and more so let this review be a trigger warning.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Emily Novelle

    5 out of 5 stars I won’t give any spoilers but omg what an amazing abs incredible book. I have had this on my wish list since I heard it was coming out and it didn’t let me down. I couldn’t put it down!!! The leading lady is angie and when her nan dies she finds out she has a father in Italy and decides to go and get to know him. This book tackles grief, Love and how important it is to live free. Paige toon is such an amazing contemporary author and one of the best. Please everyone read this book 5 out of 5 stars I won’t give any spoilers but omg what an amazing abs incredible book. I have had this on my wish list since I heard it was coming out and it didn’t let me down. I couldn’t put it down!!! The leading lady is angie and when her nan dies she finds out she has a father in Italy and decides to go and get to know him. This book tackles grief, Love and how important it is to live free. Paige toon is such an amazing contemporary author and one of the best. Please everyone read this book as it will keep you glued to every word.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Zoë Braycotton

    Beautiful and heartwarming What an absolutely beautiful, wonderful, heartwarming story. I didn’t want it to end. The descriptive writing made me feel like I was actually there seeing the sights or tasting the divinely sounding food. Angie(Angel) and Alessandro’s story was full of highs and lows, sometimes heartbreaking, handling topics such as Alzheimers, depression, suicide and grief. Certainly the page turner we come to expect from Paige.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jule

    I expected a lot from this new Paige Toon novel, which took us to Italy this time. The story was interesting from the start, but it felt like it got stuck a little in the middle. The ending was super exciting, heartwarming and sad though. Just like I love my Toon novels.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Paulina (infinitechapters)

    3.5 ⭐ A sweater and easy read but some parts of it could have used more details whereas some parts were dragging a bit

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nami

    I very rarely read contemporary fiction like this but I found myself really enjoying it. The description doesn’t exactly show it but this is a romance novel. Yes, there are other elements involved, but mostly it is based on a romantic thread which is what I was mostly invested in anyway. I would say the only thing I didn’t like was the ending: it felt a bit rushed, with the constant jumps in time. I can see how this would work in a movie but in this book it did seem a bit uncomfortable since the I very rarely read contemporary fiction like this but I found myself really enjoying it. The description doesn’t exactly show it but this is a romance novel. Yes, there are other elements involved, but mostly it is based on a romantic thread which is what I was mostly invested in anyway. I would say the only thing I didn’t like was the ending: it felt a bit rushed, with the constant jumps in time. I can see how this would work in a movie but in this book it did seem a bit uncomfortable since the rest was a completely different pace. All in all, I enjoyed it!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marit (Mary) de Vries

    Thank You

  21. 4 out of 5

    loveandstolenkisses

    To Italy I go! Ahh, after reading this lovely story I really want to go to Italy and follow in Angies steps. Ive been saying ”Ciao Bella” to myself all day long (its about the only Italian I can haha) If You Could Go Anywhere is about a woman – Angie – that have since she was a kid wanted to follow her deceased mothers footsteps when she travelled all over the world. Angie lives in Coober Pedy in Australia - a mining town that has people from all over the world working. From them, she learns about To Italy I go! Ahh, after reading this lovely story I really want to go to Italy and follow in Angie´s steps. I´ve been saying ”Ciao Bella” to myself all day long (it´s about the only Italian I can haha) If You Could Go Anywhere is about a woman – Angie – that have since she was a kid wanted to follow her deceased mother´s footsteps when she travelled all over the world. Angie lives in Coober Pedy in Australia - a mining town that has people from all over the world working. From them, she learns about places of the world, their languages, food, customs and so on. That Angie biggest dream is to travel is very clear to everyone as she has asked everyone she has met ”if you could go anywhere, where would you go?”. But Angie´s plans have been delayed for years when her grandmother fell ill. We enter the story as she´s in grief from the loss of her grandmother, and scared to take that first step to leave the town for the world. I loved the community in Coober Pedy. In a very short time, you really get to feel how much Angie means to all of them. The big push for Angie to leave is when she by accident finds a letter from her mother to her father, telling about her falling pregnant. Angie has never known her father, and all she knows about him is that he is a ”bad man”. Will Angie be brave enough to find her dad? And what sort of family and history will she find? The story is taking place in Italy, and all the pages ooze of the joy of travelling, adventures, summer, Italian charm and family :) The pages flew by and yet again I was reminded why Paige Toon is my favorite author. She knows how to make me smile and cry at the same time. It got scary and dark parts too, but can´t tell you much as it would spoil the story. If you loved The Longest Holiday, you will love If You Could Go Anywhere. Ciao Bella!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kirsty

    Another awesome read from Paige Toon. I loved it. I you could go anywhere follows the story of Angie and what I liked about it that whilst it had the usual romantic story that we all want from a Paige Toon novel it was also a coming of age novel. Angie has never left her small town and after the death of her Nan she has the opportunity to go to Italy to find the father she never met. I loved seeing her go on this adventure and find her feet in a new setting completely out of her comfort zone as s Another awesome read from Paige Toon. I loved it. I you could go anywhere follows the story of Angie and what I liked about it that whilst it had the usual romantic story that we all want from a Paige Toon novel it was also a coming of age novel. Angie has never left her small town and after the death of her Nan she has the opportunity to go to Italy to find the father she never met. I loved seeing her go on this adventure and find her feet in a new setting completely out of her comfort zone as she meets new relatives and friends half way across the world. As mentioned above of course there is a romantic element which of course I loved. Paige writes romance so well and makes you root for the couple from the outset and this was no exception. All in all I loved it. I don't know how I'm going to manage the wait for Paige's next novel.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Karen Whittard

    This book seem like it is going to be another amazing Paige toon book tat I simply cannot wait to read. This little snippet is simply not enough. Please give me more.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sam Still Reading

    Sometimes you want to read a book that you know will be delightful and take your mind off the block of chocolate on the kitchen bench. Paige Toon’s novels fit that criteria for me. I know that I’ll get fun, heartbreak but ultimately an uplifting ending (and that I won’t want to stop reading to get chocolate). If You Could Go Anywhere is a sweet story that is part coming of age and part family discovery. It also takes the reader around the world, from the barren dramatic landscape of the Australi Sometimes you want to read a book that you know will be delightful and take your mind off the block of chocolate on the kitchen bench. Paige Toon’s novels fit that criteria for me. I know that I’ll get fun, heartbreak but ultimately an uplifting ending (and that I won’t want to stop reading to get chocolate). If You Could Go Anywhere is a sweet story that is part coming of age and part family discovery. It also takes the reader around the world, from the barren dramatic landscape of the Australian outback to the bustling ancient streets of Rome. The story is told by Angie, who has always longed to travel. Unfortunately, there has always been something stopping her leaving the opal mining town of Coober Pedy. When her grandmother dies, she is free to leave and explore, but on the back of her sorrow comes a bombshell. The father she never knew is alive and living in Italy. This decides Angie’s fate and she’s soon on an aeroplane to Rome. Meeting Giulio, her father, is equal parts awkward and loving. Navigating a city where she doesn’t speak the language (in fact, Angie has never seen a train before) is difficult too. Lucky for Angie though, is that Giulio’s stepson Alessandro is there to guide her. Alessandro introduces Angie to the history of Rome and surrounds, as well as helping her make friends. But when it comes to family, he is strangely distant. Others speak about Alessandro’s jaunts into the wilderness without a trace. Angie begins to discover that there is more to her Italian family than she thought and that she’s developing feelings for Alessandro. Can she help them both? One of the things that sets If You Could Go Anywhere apart from other books is the obvious love that Paige Toon has for her settings. She is well versed in the history, landscape and people of Australia and Italy. Wherever in the world Angie is, the reader feels as though they are experiencing the sights, sounds and most importantly tastes of the region! (There are a lot of yummy Italian foods described in this book). Those with a wanderlust will find themselves Googling for the places Angie visits. The other major skill Paige Toon has is in creating characters that you are sad to leave. Each of the major characters (and even the minor ones) have hidden depths and quirks. For instance, Angie’s love for other people is demonstrated in the way she learned basic Hungarian to help out friends back home. Alessandro’s hidden depths are much darker and the way he expresses them is in a way I would never have imagined. Angie is a ray of sunshine, but she doesn’t come across as too goody-goody. She drinks too much at times, jumps to conclusions and is a bit of a technophobe. But at the heart of matters, she’s perceptive and caring. It’s a good foil to be more brooding Alessandro who has a tendency to disappear into the shadows. But despite his loner status, he is well respected in the restaurant he works in and cares for his colleagues and Angie. (Perhaps his family too – even a little too much). Paige Toon’s writing is easy to read and an authentic voice of a young Australian woman experiencing her first overseas trip and biggest family drama. The ending is very sweet and you won’t be reaching for the chocolate at the end, but some hearty Italian food. Thank you to Penguin for the ARC. My review is honest. http://samstillreading.wordpress.com

  25. 4 out of 5

    the_queen_of_books24

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In what I hope is not becoming a trend, I present my fourth or fifth DNF of the month. This one I got to 50% in. Here’s why: I didn’t like the mental health rep in this. The more I thought about it, it seemed to be used as a plot device and only served to illustrate the tragedy brought to their lives. The woman in question was never in the novel, but mentioned in passing, and we never really got a sense of her character beyond “mentally ill mother who apparently couldn’t parent because of it” - y In what I hope is not becoming a trend, I present my fourth or fifth DNF of the month. This one I got to 50% in. Here’s why: I didn’t like the mental health rep in this. The more I thought about it, it seemed to be used as a plot device and only served to illustrate the tragedy brought to their lives. The woman in question was never in the novel, but mentioned in passing, and we never really got a sense of her character beyond “mentally ill mother who apparently couldn’t parent because of it” - you’ll see what I mean in the book. I felt it just presented mentally ill women as unworthy of love - the husband had an affair because he didn’t love her - and while he never claimed to love her, he just married her because his best friend asked him to (an already dodgy reason for marriage), he also said that she ‘needed looking after’, presumably due to her mental illness, so he married her. ....Ok. Presenting people with mental illness as things to be married off just to get help (and not even that helpful) while there are perfectly good places that could help her - is....fine, I guess? And yes I get that they might not have had those things in place at the time, I know the haters are out there. But I just felt it wasn’t very good rep - it felt shoehorned in, mentioned in passing and then moved past to get back to sightseeing and the budding relationship between the two step siblings. And not just a platonic relationship. That was the other thing about this book I didn’t like. It did all these things, when it could and should have just focused on Angie and her growth and journey with her father. Which inevitably was overshadowed by the aforementioned budding romance. I totally felt they could have just been friends. Anyway, I will be reading more of Toon’s work, so here’s hoping it gets better!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    >> https://nikkireads.blog/2019/05/23/if... << Any author who can write locations in books with such detailed and enticing descriptions always gets a tick from me. Paige Toon did this so well in her new novel If You Could Go Anywhere, especially when it came to Angie’s home town in Coober Pedy, Australia through to her travels around Rome and Norway. When Angie’s surroundings were described I could picture them so vividly in my mind and it helped pull me into her world. Don’t me get s >> https://nikkireads.blog/2019/05/23/if... << Any author who can write locations in books with such detailed and enticing descriptions always gets a tick from me. Paige Toon did this so well in her new novel If You Could Go Anywhere, especially when it came to Angie’s home town in Coober Pedy, Australia through to her travels around Rome and Norway. When Angie’s surroundings were described I could picture them so vividly in my mind and it helped pull me into her world. Don’t me get started on how delicious all of the food in this book read…. I wasn’t eating it but I could almost taste it haha. I know to some this may be such a small factor in the overall story but for me it always helps bring the story I’m reading alive. I also really, really, really want to visit Rome one day even though I feel like I already have after finishing this. There are a number of themes that for some may be a little hard to deal with, the loss of a loved one, mental health and suicidal thoughts. However, I appreciate that as a whole they all added so much depth to the characters and the story and they were handled delicately and respectfully. The main characters, specifically Angie and Alessandro, had realities that for so many people would be easy to relate to and as a reader who often reads to escape I also love finding myself in books too. Alessandro had me intrigued from the moment he first appeared, there’s just something about standoffish, mysterious characters that always interests me and he was a hard one to figure out for the first two thirds of the book. Angie’s bubbly and open personality was so incredibly likeable and seeing her growth after putting herself first and experiencing everything her travelling adventures entailed was what I loved most about this book. From the beginning it was always clear that Angie’s love for her family and friends was unbreakable and I love that it showed the importance of being there for your loved ones in times of need. But, when it came to the reason why she travelled to Rome in the first place, to meet her father, I felt that their relationship was never really a priority throughout the story and I found that to be a little frustrating at times. It didn’t in any way ruin the experience of this read for me, I still thoroughly enjoyed it, however I just would have loved for more time to be spent focused on their relationship. If You Could Go Anywhere was such a heart-warming and feel good read and if you’re someone who would enjoy contemporary with a good mix of family, romance, delicious food and stunning locations than I highly recommend you pick this up. It was a really fast paced, quick read for me and I look forward to reading more by Paige Toon in the future.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    Sampler 2 chapter review to be updated later when I have my copy of this novel. I received a complimentary copy of this novel from publisher Simon and Schuster (in the form of a short two chapter extract), through my membership of NetGalley. Thank you for my sample copy sent in return for an honest and unbiased review. It’s really very difficult to judge a novel by the blurb and the first two chapters in the story, but I’ve always loved Paige Toon’s glorious writing, her creativity and her warm an Sampler 2 chapter review to be updated later when I have my copy of this novel. I received a complimentary copy of this novel from publisher Simon and Schuster (in the form of a short two chapter extract), through my membership of NetGalley. Thank you for my sample copy sent in return for an honest and unbiased review. It’s really very difficult to judge a novel by the blurb and the first two chapters in the story, but I’ve always loved Paige Toon’s glorious writing, her creativity and her warm and satisfying style. I’ve never come across I novel that I have thought was not a lovely read and that I thoroughly enjoyed, and I must say that is exactly how I have felt about this short sampler. I was hooked in by the description ‘The brand new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author Paige Toon. The perfect summer read for 2019!’ and I was tempted because the novel is published in May, and know that I will definitely read the novel. I cannot expand on this brief review other than by saying that 'If You Could Go Anywhere' has all the trademarks of this very talented author in the genre of Women’s Fiction. My review reflects the fact that I have only read a very short extract. It’s a 2* review from me but I know the full review written when I have read the novel will truly reflect the quality of Paige Toon’s writing, characterisation and plot development.

  28. 4 out of 5

    owlsandstags

    Thank you to Simon & Schuster for kindly sending me a review copy. Angie has been in the same place her entire life and yet, she regularly dreams of hopping on a plane and exploring the world. The narrative begins with a pang of sadness in Angie’s life as she struggles to deal with the death of her grandmother and with that, comes the accidental reveal of who her father is – an Italian man named Giulio. With her sights set on meeting the man who made her mother so incredibly happy during a sh Thank you to Simon & Schuster for kindly sending me a review copy. Angie has been in the same place her entire life and yet, she regularly dreams of hopping on a plane and exploring the world. The narrative begins with a pang of sadness in Angie’s life as she struggles to deal with the death of her grandmother and with that, comes the accidental reveal of who her father is – an Italian man named Giulio. With her sights set on meeting the man who made her mother so incredibly happy during a short period of time, Angie quickly hops onto a plane towards a summer in Italy. “Ever since seeing the stamp in my mother’s passport, Italy has been one of the places I’ve dreamed about visiting.” Upon her arrival in Italy, Paige waits no time in introducing more characters into the lives of both the readers and Angie – cousins, step-siblings, friends who are practically family as well as the odd hard faced waitress at the family restaurant. With accommodation set up for her, Angie has nothing to worry about aside from how she will bond with her newly discovered father. This was part of the plot which I wanted to hear a little bit more about – I desperately wanted Paige to write a full heart to heart about their relationship, Angie’s mother and all the years that they missed out on together but with snippets here and there, it eventually blossomed into a truly heart warming father-daughter relationship. “Alessandro loves Giulio. He’d never disrespect him by sleeping with his daughter.” Aside from travelling, the number one priority in Angie’s life seemed to be Alessandro who is kind of related in a non-blood speaking manner, but is still family at the end of the day. The connection between the pair was interesting to say the least as with Angie being new to the country and family, Alessandro took it upon himself to show her the sights, make sure she was safe and even scored her a job at the family restaurant. He went out of his way to ensure she was having the summer of a lifetime but on the other hand, he was sometimes cold and standoffish which both Angie and readers will notice a great deal of. With Paige’s writing style, nothing goes unexplained and so, everything will eventually tie up into a neat little bow towards the end of the plot which I was particularly pleased about. “He seems content, but also somehow desperately sad.” Overall, If You Could Go Anywhere is a beautifully written plot about two people who have suffered losses but find strength within one another. As always, Paige has the ability to completely draw you into her narrative and within a matter of moments, you are instantly swept into the life of the main character. Angie was an extremely strong female lead, she was continually selfless by putting the needs of other’s before her own and within a few chapters, I knew I would fully enjoy her story. To nobody’s surprise, I really enjoyed the book but then again – it is a Paige Toon book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Prevost

    First off, I love everything Paige Toon has written. That should just be said. Every book by her has been a good one for me. And this is no exception. This book is perfect for my wanderlusty, and yet broke, heart. I didn't even know of Coober Pedy in Australia but now it's on my list of places I want to see one day. And all the Italian locations, all of which were already on my list, just...made me feel like I was there and I love when books let me travel like that. And everything else about this b First off, I love everything Paige Toon has written. That should just be said. Every book by her has been a good one for me. And this is no exception. This book is perfect for my wanderlusty, and yet broke, heart. I didn't even know of Coober Pedy in Australia but now it's on my list of places I want to see one day. And all the Italian locations, all of which were already on my list, just...made me feel like I was there and I love when books let me travel like that. And everything else about this book was just awesome. I adored Angie, she was the perfect combination of being sweet and not putting up with bs all at once, and it was wonderful. Alessandro was such an interesting character. I was rooting for them from almost the second they spoke to each other and it was perfect. The cast of characters surrounding them was just as interesting. I also loved that it dealt with mental health. I mean, I wish it had delved into it a bit deeper but was still happy with what they did touch on. That needs to be in more books. Also a lesbian B-plot. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Highly recommend this one. Highly highly recommend.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Corrie

    I looooooved this book if my constant updates haven’t given this away. It described Italy so beautifully it made me so melancholy. I’m not returning to Italy until August which is a full 13 months since I was last there therefore I’m feeling particularly nostalgic for the country. The author described it so well; you can tell she has a deep appreciation for Italy and its architecture. I loved seeing it through Angie’s eyes for the first time. As for the characters and the plot - they were nice but I looooooved this book if my constant updates haven’t given this away. It described Italy so beautifully it made me so melancholy. I’m not returning to Italy until August which is a full 13 months since I was last there therefore I’m feeling particularly nostalgic for the country. The author described it so well; you can tell she has a deep appreciation for Italy and its architecture. I loved seeing it through Angie’s eyes for the first time. As for the characters and the plot - they were nice but overshadowed by the setting. Towards the end of the book things just seemed to ‘come together’ for outside characters (example: Cristina) which isn’t always my favourite thing but I also hate loose ends so I can’t have it both ways I suppose. Alessandro and Angie were a beautiful story and I loved reading their friendship evolve with random moments neither of them could describe. I also particularly loved when Alessandro spoke Italian and I was able to translate it before Angie could. Perfect setting, real characters, nice plot.

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