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The Darkling Band by Jason Henderson

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The Darkling Band
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Publisher: Dragon Moon Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1896944361
ISBN-13: 9781896944364
Number of pages: 264

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Two best friends in 13th-Century Germany set out across towns, tundra and mountains to find one of the friend’s two sisters, who have been kidnapped by a raiding party of winged men locked in a war with the exploding human population. A fast, violent, big, romantic project—fantasy with sweat and rivets! A race of winged men wreak havoc on Earth and fight for their survival. In the middle of this epic struggle are two friends driven by love and loyalty to opposite sides.

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