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The Jade Book

Jennifer Swartwood-Walker

Publisher: Theory Comics

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Summary

Inside are the contents of The Jade Book found by Detective Patrick Dexlen. It belonged to Jade when she was very young and gives insight as to how she became Psionide. Beware as it's not for the faint of heart.

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