The Sky Done Ripped.

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    Publishers Weekly. 10/7/2019, Vol. 266 Issue 40, p129-129. 1/5p. 1 Color Photograph.
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      Lansdale puts his gift for pulp to great use in the rollicking third installment of the adventures of Ned the Seal (after 2010's Flaming Zeppelins). There, Ned and Wells meet Lord Jack Bloomingdale, aka Tango the Monkey Man, and get caught up in his scheme to steal the Golden Fleece. Tango hopes to use the magical fleece to cure his wife's illness, but the fleece is also wanted by She Who Must Be Obeyed and Eats Lunch Early, the mutant daughter of America's "President Dunderhead.". [Extracted from the article]
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      The Sky Done Ripped. Publishers Weekly, [s. l.], v. 266, n. 40, p. 129, 2019. Disponível em: Acesso em: 29 fev. 2020.
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      The Sky Done Ripped. Publishers Weekly. 2019;266(40):129. Accessed February 29, 2020.
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      The Sky Done Ripped. (2019). Publishers Weekly, 266(40), 129.
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      “The Sky Done Ripped.” 2019. Publishers Weekly 266 (40): 129.
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      ‘The Sky Done Ripped’ 2019, Publishers Weekly, vol. 266, no. 40, p. 129, viewed 29 February 2020, .
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      “The Sky Done Ripped.” Publishers Weekly, vol. 266, no. 40, Oct. 2019, p. 129. EBSCOhost,
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      “The Sky Done Ripped.” Publishers Weekly 266, no. 40 (October 7, 2019): 129.
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