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A Star Shall Fall by Marie Brennan

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2010 - Cliff Nielsen - comets - dragons - faeries - fantasy - historical - London - Marie Brennan - novel - Onyx Court - PW Starred Review - secret history - Tor -

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  • Purchase: IndieBound
  • Purchase: Amazon
  • Review: PW Starred Review
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