Kumari: Goddess of Destiny by Amanda Lees
  

Kumari: Goddess of Destiny

Written by Amanda Lees

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Old enemies and new revelations make this a thrilling climax to the Kumari trilogy which began with Kumari: Goddess of Gotham and followed with Kumari: Goddess of Secrets. Kumari is a great heroine – feisty and determined but also sweet-natured and fun-loving. The author mixes both humour and pathos to great effect resulting in a brilliant fusion of fantasy and contemporary comedy that adults and children will both enjoy immensely.

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Kumari: Goddess of Destiny by Amanda Lees

Kumari has saved the Hidden Kingdom from disaster, and she's longing to return to the World Beyond. Then a dramatic message from the gods sends the girl goddess on the most important mission of her life.

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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Format

Paperback
288 pages

Author

Amanda Lees
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Author's Website

amandalees.com/

Publisher

Piccadilly Press Ltd

Publication date

31st October 2008

ISBN

9781853409929

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