Primroses Curse

Primroses Curse

by Kiara Shankar, Vinay Shankar

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Overview

Primrose Fernetise, a beautiful audacious twelve-year-old girl, and a group of woodland animals with divine mystical abilities set out on an adventurous mission to Hellevue, a murky island on the dreary part of Mystopical. Their daring mission involves vanquishing the evil sorceress Queen Evelyn Velecrona and breaking the curse she has cast on humanity.
How do the woodland animals and Primrose plan and embark on their brave voyage to defeat the wicked sorceress?
Will the bunch of lovable woodland animals and an innocent twelve-year-old girl really succeed in bringing down the dreadful Queen Evelyn? Also, will they be able to bring back peace, well-being and happiness to humanity?
To find out more about this epic fairy tale, please do consider reading this entire book.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161419045
Publisher: VIKI Publishing
Publication date: 03/04/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 9 MB
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

Kiara Shankar is a young talented author from San Francisco, California, USA. Apart from writing books, she loves reading, artwork, writing poems, playing with her friends, and listening to her favorite Bollywood music.
Kiara's poem “A Deadly Star” was published in the national level writing contest book “A Celebration of Poets” (Fall 2018 Edition - published by Creative Communication, Utah, USA).

Vinay Shankar is Kiara’s dad, a software professional, who found himself inspired by his daughter’s idea of writing fictional fairy tale books and decided to co-write books with her. This collaborative effort of the family is helping to bring great ideas to life!

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful story! Story theme is so good, its inspiring. I loved it.