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Shaman's Warning - Plains Walker #1 - cover

Shaman's Warning - Plains Walker #1

Callum Cordeaux

Publisher: Callum Cordeaux

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The Technos escaped the biological ruin that was planet Earth in the wake of the breeder virus. Now they want their planet back and to do it the plan to destroy all life and begin again. But humanity hasn't died in the blighted landscape and those with the sight have survived. The sight allows them to see the dangers their runied world throws at them and it allows them to see the future death the Technos will rain down upon them. 
But Hector Green, one of the last of the Apache does not intend to go quietly. Along with his strange son Seth and a small band of followers he intends to defend the lives of the Shaman peoples to the very end.

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