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Shadow of the Storm (Fallen Cloud, Bk. 3)
Shadow of the Storm - Fallen Cloud, Bk. 3
Author: Kurt R. A. Giambastiani
ISBN-13: 9780451459169
ISBN-10: 0451459164
Publication Date: 3/4/2003
Pages: 348
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Publisher: Roc
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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George Armstrong Custer II, son of the U.S. president and an accomplished Cheyenne warrior, arrives in Washington as an ambassador to the U.S. in a joint effort with the New Spanish aimed at protecting the Cheyenne Alliance from U.S. expansion. Unfortunately, a young immigrant, Cesare, who was sucked into underground politics after losing his family in the West, ruins attempts at U.S.-Cheyenne rapprochement with an attempted assassination of President Custer. Balancing abundant action with enough period detail to overcome historiographic qualms, and sustaining the memorable dual portrait of Custer pere and his wife, Libbie, drawn in its predecessors, the third book in Giambastiani's series set in an alternate world where dinosaurs survive in historical North America to become the steeds of the Cheyenne is a solid piece of work.