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Deception. Confession. Devastation.

In the aftermath of the destruction of the Rebellion's Nether base, Wex and the High Council must regroup. Will the journey to Willow's secret hideout give them the answers they need to stay one step ahead of Wickham, or is it all part of his evil plan to destroy the Rebellion and take over the world?

Listen to Book Seven in The Ballad of Winston to find out!

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  • Catherine Eastwood
  • 06-06-2021

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This book was great! I highly recommend this book but listen to the other 6 books first or else you will not understand.😎

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