Kumari - Goddess Of Gotham by Amanda Lees

Kumari - Goddess Of Gotham

Written by Amanda Lees

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A magnificent debut full of wit and humour from a one-time stand-up comedian. If you were to put a kingdom beyond the world, Manhatten, a goddess-in-training and a pet vulture you wouldn’t think there would be a story to be told. Well you’d be wrong. Amanda Lees has drawn these supposed disparate elements together into something that really has more than a little something. It’s wild, it’s wacky, it’s frightening and full of adventure. It’s an unmissable treat and the first in the Kumari trilogy. See also: Kumari: Goddess of Secrets and Kumari: Goddess of Destiny


Kumari - Goddess Of Gotham by Amanda Lees

Kumari, a Goddess in training, steals away to the Holy Mountain to summon her mother back from the dead. But the next thing Kumari knows, she's in Manhattan, surrounded by strange buildings and people, and running for her life through the Macy's Parade...

About the Author

Amanda Lees

Amanda Lees was born in Hong Kong of British parents and survived both a convent boarding school and subsequent incarceration at a Jesuit boy's school.

A onetime stand-up comedian, she teaches presentation skills to authors and conducts workshops on story and dramatic form for children and is also now a successful author, actress and broadcaster.

She has lived all over the world and now resides in London.

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Piccadilly Press Ltd

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21st December 2007




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