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Publisher's Summary

The sequel to Wake of Vultures, where a rich, secret world is hiding beneath the surface.
Nettie Lonesome made a leap - not knowing what she'd become. But now her destiny as the Shadow is calling.
A powerful alchemist is leaving a trail of dead across the prairie. And Nettie must face the ultimate challenge: side with her friends and the badge on her chest or take off alone on a dangerous mission that is pulling her inexorably toward the fight of her life.
When it comes to monsters and men, the world isn't black and white. What good are two wings and a gun when your enemy can command a conspiracy of ravens?
©2016 Lila Bowen (P)2016 Hachette Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By swyrlgirl on 06-24-18

Kevin Hearne

was right...this series is amazing and original. I burned through both both books in record time! Timely themes in a western Steampunk setting including mystical creatures, Gods, and American history. The reader does a great job with the whole cast especially the highly original MC. A must-read for our times! More, please!

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2 out of 5 stars
By Excelsior on 02-09-18

Loved the first one; this one not so much.

The narration remains wonderful. The last half of the book didn't feel well thought out. I stopped caring. There is a scene in the middle that I loved and an interesting character from that scene may cause me to get the next book.

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