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Author: Deborah A. Wolf Narrator: Narrator Info Added Soon Publisher: Hachette Book Group Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: September 2019 ISBN: 9781478947820
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Siggy J. Aleksov has had her world turned upside down. She had a job, a home, and a solitary life-no friends, no family, no pets-just the way she liked it.

Now she has no job, no home, an extended family-some of whom are in the Underworld, others of whom are bears-and a camper filled to bursting with people who call her friend.

Oh, and she has a boyfriend...sort of. Maybe. It's complicated.

Before Siggy has time to sit down with a cup of coffee and think about the mess her life has become, she finds herself the target of poachers who traffic in magical animals (or at least their body parts), a consortium of mages who wish to register and study her, and a pissed-off sparklepunk Faerie assassin bent on throttling her alleged little brother.

The world, it seems, is determined to nail Siggy's hide to the wall...

Literally. Download and start listening now!

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About the Author

Deborah A. Wolf has some personal knowledge of life as a barbarian warrior, having grown up in a wildlife refuge in Alaska. She later worked as an Arabic linguist for the US Army. Before Wolf’s formative years in Alaska, she spent some of her early years on a deserted island. She has a love of different cultures where she can use those settings to create giant monsters, as well as flora and fauna. Wolf currently lives in northern Michigan.