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Ms. Carriger writes steampunk urbane fantasy comedies of manners to cope with being raised in obscurity by an expatriate Brit and an incurable curmudgeon. She escaped small town life and inadvertently acquired several degrees in Higher Learning. She then traveled the historic cities of Europe, subsisting entirely on biscuits secreted in her handbag. She now resides in the Colonies, surrounded by a harem of shoes, where she insists on tea imported directly from London and cats that pee into toilets. Her Parasol Protectorate books are all New York Times Bestsellers.
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So this month's book, Blood & Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause was a reread for me, but it was different looking at it with my critic's hat on.

My Original Goodreads Review
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Soulless (Parasol Protector...
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Changeless (Parasol Protect...
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Blood and Chocolate
by Annette Curtis Klause
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This brilliant, sexy YA, did urban fantasy before we knew that's what it was called. Please don't judge it by the abysmal movie version, the book is nothing like that dross. It's romantic, fast paced, a true insight into what it might be to be a teen...more
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Fortune's Pawn by Rachel Bach
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I enjoyed Fortune's Pawn, although it is certainly the first in a series given the ending. Devi is a likeable character with a fun attitude toward life and a sweet modern approach to romance. The plot has some unexpected twists, but Devi never betray...more
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Clockwork Heart by Dru Pagliassotti
Clockwork Heart (Clockwork Heart, #1)
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I enjoyed this book very much, particularly for the main character's personality and the world-building. I wouldn't call it primarily romance (although people keep categorizing it as such), although it has a strong romantic thread. not...more
Newt's Emerald by Garth Nix
Newt's Emerald
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This is a complete departure from Nix's previous YA work. It's adult regency romance meets gaslight fantasy. If you took Mary Robinette Kowal's Glamour series and crossed it with the Parasol Protectorate books you'd get something like this.

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“I suspect it may be like the difference between a drinker and an alcoholic; the one merely reads books, the other needs books to make it through the day."

(Interview with The Booklovers blog, September 2010)”
Gail Carriger

“How ghastly for her, people actually thinking, with their brains, and right next door. Oh, the travesty of it all.”
Gail Carriger, Soulless

“A vampire, like a lady, never reveals his true age.”
Gail Carriger, Soulless

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A Steampunked June!!! Group Read

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare



goodreads summary-Magic is dangerous--but love is more dangerous still.

When sixteen-year-old Tessa Gray crosses the ocean to find her brother, her destination is England, the time is the reign of Queen Victoria, and something terrifying is waiting for her in London's Downworld, where vampires, warlocks and other supernatural folk stalk the gaslit streets. Only the Shadowhunters, warriors dedicated to ridding the world of demons, keep order amidst the chaos.

Kidnapped by the mysterious Dark Sisters, members of a secret organization called The Pandemonium Club, Tessa soon learns that she herself is a Downworlder with a rare ability: the power to transform, at will, into another person. What's more, the Magister, the shadowy figure who runs the Club, will stop at nothing to claim Tessa's power for his own.

Friendless and hunted, Tessa takes refuge with the Shadowhunters of the London Institute, who swear to find her brother if she will use her power to help them. She soon finds herself fascinated by--and torn between--two best friends: James, whose fragile beauty hides a deadly secret, and blue-eyed Will, whose caustic wit and volatile moods keep everyone in his life at arm's length...everyone, that is, but Tessa. As their search draws them deep into the heart of an arcane plot that threatens to destroy the Shadowhunters, Tessa realizes that she may need to choose between saving her brother and helping her new friends save the world...and that love may be the most dangerous magic of all.
 
  22 votes 29.3%

Incarceron by Catherine Fisher



goodreads summary-Incarceron -- a futuristic prison, sealed from view, where the descendants of the original prisoners live in a dark world torn by rivalry and savagery. It is a terrifying mix of high technology -- a living building which pervades the novel as an ever-watchful, ever-vengeful character, and a typical medieval torture chamber -- chains, great halls, dungeons. A young prisoner, Finn, has haunting visions of an earlier life, and cannot believe he was born here and has always been here. In the outer world, Claudia, daughter of the Warden of Incarceron, is trapped in her own form of prison -- a futuristic world constructed beautifully to look like a past era, an imminent marriage she dreads. She knows nothing of Incarceron, except that it exists. But there comes a moment when Finn, inside Incarceron, and Claudia, outside, simultaneously find a device -- a crystal key, through which they can talk to each other. And so the plan for Finn's escape is born ...
 
  14 votes 18.7%

The Girl in the Steel Corset by Kady Cross


goodreads summary-In 1897 England, sixteen-year-old Finley Jayne has no one…except the "thing" inside her.

When a young lord tries to take advantage of Finley, she fights back. And wins. But no normal Victorian girl has a darker side that makes her capable of knocking out a full-grown man with one punch….

Only Griffin King sees the magical darkness inside her that says she's special, says she's one of them. The orphaned duke takes her in from the gaslit streets against the wishes of his band of misfits: Emily, who has her own special abilities and an unrequited love for Sam, who is part robot; and Jasper, an American cowboy with a shadowy secret.

Griffin's investigating a criminal called The Machinist, the mastermind behind several recent crimes by automatons. Finley thinks she can help—and finally be a part of something, finally fit in.

But The Machinist wants to tear Griff's little company of strays apart, and it isn't long before trust is tested on all sides. At least Finley knows whose side she's on—even if it seems no one believes her
 
  11 votes 14.7%

Soulless by Gail Carriger


goodreads summary-Without a morsel of exaggeration, its publisher describes this debut novel as "a comedy of manners set in Victorian London full of werewolves, vampires, dirigibles, and tea-drinking." At the center of Soulless's "parasol protectorate" is Miss Alexia Tarabotti, a young woman who lacks not only a suitor but also a soul. And those are not her only problems: When she accidentally kills a vampire, it begins a series of events that she must set out to resolve without the help of any proper authorities. A charming mass market original.
 
  9 votes 12.0%

The Iron Thorn by Caitlin Kittredge


goodreads summary-In the city of Lovecraft, the Proctors rule and a great Engine turns below the streets, grinding any resistance to their order to dust. The necrovirus is blamed for Lovecraft's epidemic of madness, for the strange and eldritch creatures that roam the streets after dark, and for everything that the city leaders deem Heretical—born of the belief in magic and witchcraft. And for Aoife Grayson, her time is growing shorter by the day.
Aoife Grayson's family is unique, in the worst way—every one of them, including her mother and her elder brother Conrad, has gone mad on their 16th birthday. And now, a ward of the state, and one of the only female students at the School of Engines, she is trying to pretend that her fate can be different.
 
  5 votes 6.7%

Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld


goodreads summary-Prince Aleksander, would-be heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, is on the run. His own people have turned on him. His title is worthless. All he has is a battletorn war machine and a loyal crew of men.

Deryn Sharp is a commoner, disguised as a boy in the British Air Service. She's a brilliant airman. But her secret is in constant danger of being discovered.

With World War I brewing, Alek and Deryn's paths cross in the most unexpected way…taking them on a fantastical, around-the-world adventure that will change both their lives forever.
 
  4 votes 5.3%

The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook



goodreads summary-irst in an all-new series where seductive danger and steampunk adventure abound in the gritty world of the Iron Seas.

After the Iron Duke freed England from Horde control, he instantly became a national hero. Now Rhys Trahaearn has built a merchant empire on the power-and fear-of his name. And when a dead body is dropped from an airship onto his doorstep, bringing Detective Inspector Mina Wentworth into his dangerous world, he intends to make her his next possession.

But when Mina uncovers the victim's identity, she stumbles upon a conspiracy that threatens the lives of everyone in England. To save them, Mina and Rhys must race across zombie-infested wastelands and treacherous oceans-and Mina discovers the danger is not only to her countrymen, as she finds herself tempted to give up everything to the Iron Duke.
 
  3 votes 4.0%

Corsets & Clockwork: 13 Steampunk Romances by Trisha Telep



goodreads summary-Dark, urban fantasies come to life in the newest collection of Steampunk stories, Corsets & Clockwork. Young heroes and heroines battle evils with the help of supernatural or super-technological powers, each individual story perfectly balancing historical and fantastical elements. Throw in epic romances that transcend time, and this trendy, engrossing anthology is sure to become another hit for the fast-growing Steampunk genre!

This collection features some of the hottest writers in the teen genre, including: Ann Aguirre, Jaclyn Dolamore, Tessa Gratton, Frewin Jones, Caitlin Kittredge, Adrienne Kress, Lesley Livingston, Dru Pagliassotti, Dia Reeves, Michael Scott, Maria V. Snyder, Tiffany Trent, and Kiersten White.
 
  3 votes 4.0%

The Greyfriar by Clay Griffith


goodreads summary-Vampire predators run wild in this exciting steampunk adventure, the first in an alternate history trilogy that is already attracting attention. In 1870, monsters rise up and conquer the northern lands, As great cities are swallowed up by carnage and disease, landowners and other elite flee south to escape their blood-thirsty wrath. One hundred fifty years later, the great divide still exists; fangs on one side of the border, worried defenders on the other. This fragile equilibrium is threatened, then crumbles after a single young princess becomes almost hopelessly lost in the hostile territory. At first, she has only one defender: a mysterious Greyfriar who roams freely in dangerous vampire regions. A trade paperback original; buyer's choice.
 
  2 votes 2.7%

The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray by Chris Wooding




goodreads summary-Thaniel, just seventeen, is a wych-hunter. Together, he and Cathaline - his friend and mentor - track down the fearful creatures that lurk in the Old Quarter of London. It is on one of these hunts that he first encounters Alaizabel Cray. Alaizabel is half-crazed, lovely, and possessed. Whatever dreadful entity has entered her soul has turned her into a strange and unearthly magnet - attracting evil and drawing horrors from ever dark corneer. Cathaline and Thaniel must discover its cause - and defend humanity at all costs.
 
  1 vote 1.3%

Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve



goodreads summary-It was a dark, blustery afternoon in spring, and the city of London was chasing a small mining town across the dried-out bed of the old North Sea ...

The great traction city London is on the move again. It has been lying low, skulking in the hills to avoid the bigger, faster, hungrier cities loose in the Great Hunting Ground. But now, as its great mountain of metal lumbers along in hot pursuit of its quarry, the sinister plans it has harbored for years can finally start to unfold behind its soaring walls ...

Thaddeus Valentine, London's Head Historian and most famous archaeologist, and his daughter, Katherine, are down in The Gut when the young assassin with the black scarf strikes. Only the quick intervention of Tom, a lowly third-class apprentice, prevents Valentine from being stabbed in the heart. Madly racing after the fleeing girl, Tom suddenly glimpses her hideous face: scarred from forehead to jaw, nose a smashed stump, a single eye glaring back at him. "Look at what your Valentine did to me!" she screams. "Ask him! Ask him what he did to Hester Shaw!" And with that she jumps down the waste chute to her death. Minutes later Tom finds himself tumbling down the same chute and stranded in the Out-Country, a sea of mud scored by the huge caterpillar tracks of cities like the one now steaming off over the horizon.

In a stunning literary debut, Philip Reeve has created an unforgettable adventure story set in a dark and utterly original world fueled by Municipal Darwinism -- and betrayal.
 
  1 vote 1.3%

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“Cats were not, in her experience, an animal with much soul. Prosaic, practical little creatures as a general rule. It would suit her very well to be thought catlike.”
Gail Carriger, Soulless
tags: cats

“Madame Lefoux accepted a cup of tea and sat on another little settee, next to the relocated calico cat. The cat clearly believed Madame Lefoux was there to provide chin scratches. Madame Lefoux provided.”
Gail Carriger, Changeless
tags: cats

“My dearest girl,' said the vampire finally, examining Lord Maccon with an exhausted but appreciative eye, 'such a banquet. Never been one to favor werewolves myself, but he is very well equipped, now, is he not?'

Miss Tarabotti gave him an arch look. 'My goodies,' she warned.

Humans,' chuckled the vampire, 'so possessive.”
Gail Carriger, Soulless

“Alexia figured, delightedly, that this meant he did, in fact, tend to traipse around his private apartments in the altogether. Marriage was becoming more and more of an attractive prospect.”
Gail Carriger, Soulless

“A vampire, like a lady, never reveals his true age.”
Gail Carriger, Soulless

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message 82: by G.K.

G.K. Moore Hi Gail, thanks for the add!!!


Tegan Mae Hi Gail!

I just had to stop by your page and write this. I absolutely love your books! Definitely planning on a re-read in anticipation of Prudence! I work at a library and always recommend your novels, love introducing them to people! Thanks for such fantastic characters and memorable stories! Can't wait for more :)

Tegan


message 80: by Gail

Gail Carriger Genie wrote: "Hi Gail,

Thanks so much for accepting my friend request :)
Best wishes for more books in the future,

Genie"


Thank you, Genie!


message 79: by Gail

Gail Carriger Lucinda wrote: "Dear Gail,
Thank you so much for acepting my friendship request here on Goodreads!
Kind Regards
Lucinda x"


My pleasure!


message 78: by Lucinda

Lucinda Dear Gail,
Thank you so much for acepting my friendship request here on Goodreads!
Kind Regards
Lucinda x


message 77: by Eugenia

Eugenia Hi Gail,

Thanks so much for accepting my friend request :)
Best wishes for more books in the future,

Genie


message 76: by Gail

Gail Carriger Jess wrote: "I was so excited to read online that you are an archaeologist! I will be finishing my Masters in archaeology in May :) I just read Etiquette and Espionage and loved it! Great new series- I can't wa..."

Thanks! Yes for more than a decade, full time writer now. But i miss archaeology, sometimes at least.


message 75: by Jess

Jess I was so excited to read online that you are an archaeologist! I will be finishing my Masters in archaeology in May :) I just read Etiquette and Espionage and loved it! Great new series- I can't wait to read the second.


message 74: by Gail

Gail Carriger Michelle wrote: "Well that's me shutting out the world for the next few day's! My copy of Curtsies & Conspiracies has just landed on my door mat!
Now do I start it now or at least finish the cleaning first?"


Clean, then the book is reward. :)


Michelle Eslick Well that's me shutting out the world for the next few day's! My copy of Curtsies & Conspiracies has just landed on my door mat!
Now do I start it now or at least finish the cleaning first?


message 72: by Gail

Gail Carriger Lanaia wrote: "Thank you for adding me, I love your books! Soulless was my first steampunk book and I immediately fell in love with this genre.

I can't wait to read more of Sophronia and her adventures :)"


Thank you so much! I love being a gateway drug!


message 71: by Lanaia

Lanaia Thank you for adding me, I love your books! Soulless was my first steampunk book and I immediately fell in love with this genre.

I can't wait to read more of Sophronia and her adventures :)


message 70: by Gail

Gail Carriger April wrote: "Gail
I have started reading Etiquette and Espionage and I am delighted so far! I love seeing characters that I know...Genevieve, her Aunt (alive), Sidheag, werewolves and vampires!
I love Sophron..."


Thank you April! Delighted you are enjoying it.


message 69: by April (last edited Mar 28, 2013 06:07PM)

April Gail
I have started reading Etiquette and Espionage and I am delighted so far! I love seeing characters that I know...Genevieve, her Aunt (alive), Sidheag, werewolves and vampires!
I love Sophronia, reminds me of Alexia...always in some kind of situation.
I am looking forward to the rest of the series, thank you for another great steam punk adventure, well done!

April


message 68: by Gail

Gail Carriger Lorraine wrote: "Thanks for the add-;D Love your books!"

Pleasure is mine.


message 67: by Gail

Gail Carriger Lilah wrote: "Hiyas! Just wanted to say that Timeless was Awesome and that I hope it wins for Best Paranormal Fantasy. This year had some of the great books for Paranormal Fantasy and it was a hard vote..... but..."

Thank you so very very much!


message 66: by Lilah

Lilah Chavez Hiyas! Just wanted to say that Timeless was Awesome and that I hope it wins for Best Paranormal Fantasy. This year had some of the great books for Paranormal Fantasy and it was a hard vote..... but you have my vote :)

Keep on doing what you do !


Emily  Cross Thank you for accepting my friend request :)

Absolutely loving your Parasol series!


message 64: by Gail

Gail Carriger Thanks for hunting me out!
Seline wrote: "Thanks for friending me! I can now say I have a friend who's synonymous to steampunk. :)"


message 63: by Swee

Swee Thanks for friending me! I can now say I have a friend who's synonymous to steampunk. :)


message 62: by Gail

Gail Carriger Hi!
The pleasure was all mine I assure you.
I hope you like the rest.
~ Gail

Rochelle wrote: "Hi Gail,

Thanks for writing Soulless - I spent all night reading it (with many cups of tea ;)...)

I was looking forward to reading this after I heard about it :) I love urban fantasies, historic..."



Rochelle Hi Gail,

Thanks for writing Soulless - I spent all night reading it (with many cups of tea ;)...)

I was looking forward to reading this after I heard about it :) I love urban fantasies, historical romances and comedies, and to have that all mixed up with steampunk made your novel a great combo :) It was a great way to get introduced to steampunk. Really enjoyed the main character (women with spirit, who know what they want & don't want, are needed more in novels).

I will definitely be working (ie enjoying) my way through the rest of your books :)

*hugs from Australia*
PS. Have you tried "Milky Oolong" tea? It's delicious, but you need to have it at 80 degrees celsius so it's not bitter (being semi-fermented tea and all).


message 60: by Gail

Gail Carriger Ange (MarmaladeLibby of Libby Blog) wrote: "I wish there was a countdown widget for Etiquette & Espionage to grab and place on my blog. Am I missing it somewhere?"

I don't do widgets but I have a count down ticker on my blog.


Ange (MarmaladeLibby of Libby Blog) Schmelzer I wish there was a countdown widget for Etiquette & Espionage to grab and place on my blog. Am I missing it somewhere?


message 58: by Gail

Gail Carriger Faefae wrote: "Thank you for accepting my friend request! I have adored all your books and I am overly excited about the new series Finishing School, I already have it on pre order!"

My pleasure.


message 57: by Faefae

Faefae Thank you for accepting my friend request! I have adored all your books and I am overly excited about the new series Finishing School, I already have it on pre order!


message 56: by Gail

Gail Carriger Thank you! Jennifer wrote: "Thank you so much for adding me as a friend. And for introducing to the world of steampunk. I loved Soulless and can't wait to read the rest of the series!"


Jennifer Williams Thank you so much for adding me as a friend. And for introducing to the world of steampunk. I loved Soulless and can't wait to read the rest of the series!


message 54: by Liv

Liv Thank you for accepting my friend invite. I enjoyed your Alexia books very much. Looking forward to more!!!


message 53: by Eve

Eve Hello Gail,
Thank you for accepting my friend request and for igniting my interest in steampunk novels. "Soulless" was my introduction to the genre and I thoroughly enjoyed it! I can't wait to see what the Maccon clan is up to in "Timeless."
Hope you're having a lovely day!
~Eve


message 52: by Mario

Mario Thank you so much for adding me as a friend, Gail. It is real honor and a pleasure that you added me on here.


message 51: by Amy

Amy Thank you so much for accepting my request :) I just want you to know how much I adore the Parasol Protectorate series. Soulless has definitely become one of my all time favorite books since reading it, and am now in the midst of re-reading it and starting Changeless soon. Can't wait to read more!


message 50: by Gail

Gail Carriger Hi Justina, delighted you are enjoying them. ~ Gail


message 49: by Justina

Justina Greetings Gail and thank you for the add! I'm having a wonderful time just devouring your series. On to book four this morning!
Enjoy your day.
-Justina


message 48: by Gail

Gail Carriger Pleasure is all mine!
Kristin wrote: "Thank for adding me as a friend. I am a big fan of your books - they are perfect on a rainy day with a mug of tea. Can't wait for the next series and hope you have a book signing in Fort Collins, C..."


message 47: by Kristin

Kristin Thank for adding me as a friend. I am a big fan of your books - they are perfect on a rainy day with a mug of tea. Can't wait for the next series and hope you have a book signing in Fort Collins, CO sometime soon.


message 46: by Gail

Gail Carriger Stephanie wrote: "Your book (Soulless) has been staring me in the face every day at work (I work at the local Book Shop) and every day I've said, "okay... *this* is my next book". But like any good bookseller, I'm e..."

Thank you, thank you. I'm delighted you enjoyed it so much!


Stephanie Your book (Soulless) has been staring me in the face every day at work (I work at the local Book Shop) and every day I've said, "okay... *this* is my next book". But like any good bookseller, I'm easily distracted by all the "shiny" things in my store. Well, the time has come... I bought Soulless and haven't been able to put it down. So I stocked up for the weekend and bought Changeless, Blameless, and Heartless. Bring on the rainy weekend!

By the way, you are AMAZING. And so is Alexia. I adore her.

Keep up the INCREDIBLE work, and I will most definitely keep reading!



message 44: by Kat

Kat Thanks so much for adding me! I love your books and am addicted to your blog. I look forward to meeting you at a book signing one day. :-)


Shayantani Das Thank you for accepting my request Gail, I love your books :)


Tegan Mae So I'm a little behind on the times (I graduated college this year, so it was too busy for fun reading :( boo), I just finished Changeless, but I absolutely loved it! I can't wait to see what happens next! :)


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Gail Carriger April wrote: "Gail
Just finished Heartless, AWESOME! Wonderfully done! Can't wait to see what comes next!"


thank you!


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April Gail
Just finished Heartless, AWESOME! Wonderfully done! Can't wait to see what comes next!


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Crystal Sloan I just got my copy of Heartless in the mail today! I am sooo excited to read it!


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Sangria Thanks for your friendship, Gail! :)
Totally love your profile pic!!


Jessie  (Ageless Pages Reviews) you're #1 on goodread's Listopia list of Best Steampunk novels! 2 in the top 10 and all three in the top 20!
Well done & well deserved.


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Pamela hey Gail...thanks for accepting my friend request.


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Gail Carriger Melyssa wrote: "I just recieved my parasol from lace-parasol.com in the mail today! So, so happy with it! Thanks for recommending them! :D

Oh, and do you think you'll be making an apperance in or about Salt La..."


I'm so glad! Currently no plans to visit Salt Lake, I'm afraid. Although I may be in Reno for WorldCOn, which is "almost" the right neck of the woods.


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Melyssa I just recieved my parasol from lace-parasol.com in the mail today! So, so happy with it! Thanks for recommending them! :D

Oh, and do you think you'll be making an apperance in or about Salt Lake City anytime soon? We would love you to come!


Stacie  M. Ritchie Currently reading Blameless. I will listen to the audio of Souless when I finish the book. Which means next week sometime. Very entertaining so far!


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