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Ice Song by

Ice Song by Kirsten Imani Kasai

Tags

2009 - Del Rey - fantasy - gender shifting - Kirsten Imani Kasai - novel - secondary world fantasy -

Links

  • Purchase: Amazon
  • Review: MentatJack
  • Purchase from Independent: Mysterious Galaxy
  • Preview: Google Books
  • Review: KIrkus Reviews
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