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Butterfly's Dream - 12 free sample chapters!


The adventures of Alberto Shimada on the unusual realm that is known as "The Island". Excelsior, Gold City, the Kai River, Nivit, the village of Eldor, the mountains, the snow storm, Esyon and Nosyon.
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