The Return of the Eagle
The Return of the Eagle Book - by Paul Buchanan (pp. 54) How can a train awaken two teenagers, night after night, when the train and train track have been unused for generations? Jack and Billie discovered something about themselves on the final ride of the Eagle. Visit www.artesianpress.com for details
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