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The Year the Cloud Fell (Roc Book) (original 2001; edition 2001)

by Kurt R. A. Giambastiani (Author)

Series: Fallen Cloud Saga (1)

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The year is 1886. The United States has been in a state of undeclared war with the Cheyenne Alliance for decades. Custer's son was last seen in a newfangled flying machine. And giant lizards wander the plains. This is not history. This is the American West as it might have been...
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Title:The Year the Cloud Fell (Roc Book)
Authors:Kurt R. A. Giambastiani (Author)
Info:Ace (2001), Edition: First Edition, 256 pages
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The year is 1886. The United States has been in a state of undeclared war with the Cheyenne Alliance for decades. Custer's son was last seen in a newfangled flying machine. And giant lizards wander the plains. This is not history. This is the American West as it might have been...

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