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PDF Icefields eBook æ ó pokervme About MeI live in Edmonton Alberta Canada and I write books for grown ups and kids The Shadow of Malabron the first volume in my trilogy The Perilous Realm is available now in Canada the UK and the US.

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  • Nancy

    PDF Icefields eBook æ ó pokervme icefields download, Icefields ePUBI loved having this to read as we journeyed through the Canadian Rockies and the Columbia Icefield The idea for this book and the plot that resulted are fascinating Unfortunately the writing is below par and the changes in characters and time periods is confusing I really like to read about an area that I'm visiting preferably something fictional as I feel I get the passion of the setting clearly I did love that actual historical figures are woven into this story and it was pretty thrilling to be visiting locales that play such an important part in this novel


  • Jason Lesher

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  • Kelly

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  • Kayleigh

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  • Jenn

    PDF Icefields eBook æ ó pokervme icefields download, Icefields ePUBAlberta at the end of the 19th century Descriptions of glaciers Zero plot Not a terribly engaging read


  • Ryan

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