All the Wind in the World Setting

Samantha Mabry
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The Lone Crow

The Lone Crow is the name of the farm in northern Mexico that James and Sarah buy from Leo. The farm is a relatively small parcel of land and they grow maguey as their main crop. The farm is in disarray when Leo buys it, but Sarah and James are hard workers and are making progress by the time the novel comes to an end.

Real Marvelous

This is a farm in Texas that is said to be dangerous because the owner uses spells and hexes. The farm is large and prosperous, and there are many workers both at the main house and in the fields. Sarah and the other workers live in a camp that consists of a series of bunk houses, a kitchen, and bathrooms. There is also a dilapidated storage building and this is where Sarah is kept while she is awaiting her...

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