The Princesses of Atlantis by Lisa Williams Kline
  

Synopsis

The Princesses of Atlantis by Lisa Williams Kline

Twelve-year-old best friends Carly and Arlene write about the final, cataclysmic days of Atlantis in a story that parallels the growing tensions between the girls. The heroines of their fantasy novel are twin princesses destined for sacrifice to the Rain God. In real life, Carly develops a crush on a boy and Arlene feels betrayed; in Atlantis, Princess Eva is imprisoned in a tower while Princess Lydia falls in love. As the floods threaten to destroy Atlantis, the princesses are separated and each must find a way to escape. Carly and Arlene realize that their lives are taking different and unexpected directions, too. A satisfying read for Atlantis fans, this novel offers romance, magic, and a race against time.

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Format

Hardback

Author

Lisa Williams Kline
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Publisher

Cricket Books, a division of Carus Publishing Co

Publication date

18th March 2002

ISBN

9780812628555


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