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Former star football player-turned cryptozoologist, Demitrius Johnson, is stranded in another dimension, where he spends his days advising the messianic Bastion on how to best rebuild a world he destroyed. With the help of a grotesquely bioengineered upper class, they foil an
assassination attempt, then travel across the length and breadth of a continent to root out its sou
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Hardcover, signed limited to 250 numbered copies, 387 pages
Published 2008 by Delirium Books
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This book is copy 124 of 250 hardcover copies signed and numbered by Weston Ochse.
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Weston has won the Bram Stoker Award for first novel and been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His work has appeared in magazines, comic books, anthologies and how-to guides. He holds a Master of Fine Arts from National University and has an interest in the martial arts. He lives in southern Arizona where he spends his days writing and basking in the noonday sun.

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