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- 100% Combed ring-spun cotton (heather gray color is 90% cotton/10% polyester, light heather gray is 98% cotton/2% polyester, heather black is 50% cotton/50% polyester) | Fabric Weight: 5.0 oz (mid-weight)
- Double-stitched seams at shoulder, sleeve, collar, and waist
- Special Note: Mineral Wash colors have a slight yellow tint and not one is the same due to the special dye process
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- Care instructions: Machine wash: cold (max 30C or 90F); Do not bleach; Tumble dry: low heat; Iron, steam or dry: low heat; Do not dry clean
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This was mostly a fun read. I enjoyed Priest’s vision for an alternate steampunk version of 19th century Seattle, although the zombies felt kind of extraneous to the plot. She could have taken them out and still written the same story about a mad scientist and the fallout from his experiment, particularly for the wife and child he left behind. The zombies just weren’t integral to the story in the way they were in Mira Grant’s Feed, for example. In some ways it felt like Priest brainstormed a list of cool stuff, threw it into a blender, and this was the result — but somehow most of it works and it’s a pretty tasty milkshake, even though I’m picking out a few stray chunks that seem odd.