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Violet’s Trial

Eva Stone

Publisher: Sterling & Stone

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Violet’s Trial is the second book of Eva Stone’s new series, set in the bestselling Invasion Universe and chronicling the experiences of a little girl who is forced to grow up too fast by the destruction of society. If you like your alien invasion books with plenty of humor and heart amongst the violence and desolation, pick up your copy today!

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