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The Complete Seaborn by Chris Howard
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The Complete Seaborn

by Chris Howard

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 097738070X, Paperback)

Sex, Dryads, and Rock & Roll. Theodora Viran has a way with forests, blossoms, creeping vines, composting, paranoia, and sudden death. She sees deception in every shadow, a trap in every word, and the universe has always been someone else's manipulative game, but when she makes a promise to save a childhood friend, it becomes a promise she can't break without breaking her view of the world.

Winterdim shares some characters and takes place almost a hundred and seventy years after the events in the Seaborn Trilogy (Saltwater Witch, Seaborn, Sea Throne), but is a stand-alone story.

Winterdim is a fantasy set in the near future after most of humanity has "Vanished"-gone virtual, leaving behind crumbling cities, failing infrastructure, and the Wild Children, what remains of earth's human population. With a nearly empty world open to them, the oppressed, the dangerous, and the opportunists from the Rootworld have fled to earth to start over, form new alliances, and carve out empires.

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