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Short Stories from the Network Series - The Network Series #7 - cover

Short Stories from the Network Series - The Network Series #7

Katie Cross

Publisher: Antebellum Publishing

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Summary

Never Underestimate the Witches of Antebellum. 
Fans of the YA fantasy series The Network Series can now explore the world of Antebellum with this enthralling new short story collection. The 200 page compilation includes ten never-before-seen adventures gleaned from events throughout the Network Series. 
Short Stories from the Network Series offers tales from many beloved characters including: Mildred, Marten, Derek, Angelina, Hazel, Camille, and Merrick. 
Immerse yourself in endearing and harrowing moments with the High Priestess Mildred, missions with the secretive Head of Protectors Derek Black, the compelling origin story of Bianca’s fierce and determined trainer Merrick, and the timeless love tale between Camille and Brecken. 
Short Stories from the Network Series is a must-buy for fans of Bianca Monroe and the many memorable witches of Antebellum.

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