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The Fliers of Storm-Cross Valley by Kevin Maurice Robinson
  

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The Fliers of Storm-Cross Valley by Kevin Maurice Robinson

Being afraid to fly wasn't a very good thing at all, especially with a last name like hers. Coming from a long line of Fliers, whose family history was rich with their famous exploits would have made Bianca Marie Cool appear to be a special twelve year old girl. But there was one major problem with being from a family of Fliers, and that was...Bianca was afraid of flying. It was bad enough that her eight and a half year old sister, Nicole Ann, was already an experienced Flier...what made matters worse was that her mom and grandfather would constantly remind her of the importance of her being able to fly. Prophetic visions received by her grandmother, long before she and her younger sister were born, spoke of great things, events in the lives of the two girls which showed them to be destined for fame and glory. But these prophesies could not come about if Bianca never learned to fly.

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Book Info

Publication date

15th November 2007

Author

Kevin Maurice Robinson

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Publisher

Lulu.com

Format

Hardback
368 pages

Categories

Science fiction

ISBN

9781435700451

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