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Fringe Campaign - Fringe Series #3

Rachel Aukes

Publisher: Surprisingly Adequate Publishing

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There is no turning back from war now.  
The Fringe Liberation Campaign has sparked protests and rebellions across the Collective. Can the fringe unite into a single front before the Collective Unified Forces send everything they’ve got to destroy the Campaign and kill every last torrent?

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