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Tin Swift: The Age of Steam (Cedar Hunt) by Devon Monk
Cover Artist: Cliff Nielsen
Review by Drew Bittner
Roc Trade Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780451464538
Date: 03 July 2012 List Price $15.00 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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Cedar Hunt promised he would help Mae Lindson return to her coven in Kansas, and that he would assist the three Madder brothers in recovering the eldritch weapon known as the Holder. With the help of his wolf-bound brother and deviser Rose Small, he intends to keep that promise.

But the machinations of an evil ex-general and a deathless Strange enemy may be more than this werewolf can handle...

From official release/information:

Product Description: In steam age America, men, monsters, machines and magic battle to claim the same scrap of earth and sky. In this chaos, one man fights to hold on to his humanity--and his honor.

Life on the frontier is full of deceit and danger, but bounty hunter Cedar Hunt is a man whose word is his bond. Cursed with becoming a beast every full moon, Cedar once believed his destiny was to be alone. But now, Cedar finds himself saddled with a group of refugees, including the brother he once thought lost.

Keeping his companions alive is proving to be no easy task, in part because of the promise he made to the unpredictable Madder brothers—three miners who know the secret mechanisms of the Strange. To fulfill his pledge, Cedar must hunt a powerful weapon known as the Holder—a search that takes him deep into the savage underbelly of the young country and high into the killing glim-field skies defended by desperate men and deadly ships.

But the battles he faces are just a glimmer of a growing war stirring the country. To keep his word Cedar must navigate betrayal, lies, and treacherous alliances, risking everything to save the lives of those he has come to hold dear.

(Source: Roc)

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