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The weather has gone crazy and the war has spread to China. Jase, Euan and Murdo are laggers: forced workers in a future Scotland. The laggers are helping to lay a new power line in the Highlands. Ailiss, a young woman from a secret settlement in the frozen hills, is going to strain their loyalties to breaking point - and beyond.
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©2006 W F Howes (P)2006 W F Howes

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  • 31-07-21

what happens when the climate changes

a fun little story about what happens when the climate changes. In Scotland where are the're more civilized than we are here in the states.

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  • 14-11-18

Wait for the end. Satisfying

It was too short. I wanted more. Kenny Blyth makes any book worth listening too.