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The Swann"s Song

by Dianne R. Swann

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Published by Writers Club Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages428
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7551020M
ISBN 100595240445
ISBN 109780595240449

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Book two of the Stanton series in the follow up from the gripping debut novel by T L Swan, Stanton Adore. Unconditional love, does it really exist or is it an urban myth. What does it really mean? Do you love someone because of their flaws? Or in spite of them. And at what point are the conditions more to bear than the love is worth. Swan Song has been my all-time favorite book, since I first read it in the 's, even when compared to other post-apocalypse dramas, like The Stand, or Lucifer's Hammer. I still have my old dog-eared paperback copy on my book shelf after all these years!

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