Series: Hefn Invasion

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The Bear's Baby by Judith Moffett
The bird shaman's girl [In: The magazine of fantasy & science fiction (Oct./Nov. 2007)] by Judith Moffett
The Ragged World by Judith Moffett1
Time, Like an Ever-Rolling Stream by Judith Moffett2
The Bird Shaman (Holy Ground, Book 3) by Judith Moffett3

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Series description

Judith Moffetts' first stories of the Hefn invasion were assembled into the novel The Ragged World which was followed by another novel Time, Like an Ever-Rolling Stream

The stories The Bear's Baby (2003) and The Bird Shaman's Girl (2007) form part of the series
A third novel is in progress of which The Bird Shaman's Girl forms a part

The Ragged Word (isfdb entry for the Hefn Invasion series)

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