The Harpy Chronicles - The Namari Book I by Miss Aneza Lee
(Volume 1)

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Kirin, the elfish daughter of an exiled priestess, befriends an enigmatic trader with a secret and a harpy on a quest to save her people from an ancient curse. Goddess-touched, Kirin's gift is a commodity in a war between two goddesses, in a world of magic and slavery. Harpies and elves must learn to stand together to triumph in war that threatens to destroy the entire realm. Long ago, Kirin’s mother defied a goddess. To save her from the debt she must pay for her disobedience, Kirin embarks on the long road to Illa Kalladûr, the elfish high city, to serve in her place. Upon her journey she must learn what it is to be a Namari. This gift of foresight makes her an invaluable commodity in a war between two elfin goddesses, one of whom will have her death, or her service. A chance meeting with an enigmatic trader leads to an unexpected journey to the Black Lands, home of the dark elves, traders in flesh and enslavers of mortals, elementals and elfkind alike. The trader has a secret and is not who he claims to be, yet he has knowledge of the rare gift of the Namari. Her path also crosses that of an injured harpy, a creature thought to exist only in myth, who is upon a quest to save her tribe from extinction. Together they must find a way to thwart a dark goddesses destructive machinations and save their homeland from decimation. Coming soon: The Harpy Chronicles - The Namari Book II *If you enjoyed this novel, please be so kind as to leave a review.*

About Miss Aneza Lee

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Born in the shadow of beautiful Table Mountain, as a child I believed each glittering dewdrop was a fairy diamond and the stars were divine guardians who guided me along my path. There is a magic in the air of this wild land called Africa and I have tried to suffuse my writing with it. I love the written word and believe there is much to learn, and to teach, through this medium about human nature and the world we share.I currently live in the Cape with my soon to be husband and our pets, two handsome kitties and two rather pretty bunny rabbits. I am working my way through my self-edit of Book II of the Namari and will then send it for a final edit before publication. Looking forward to sharing it with you all.
Published May 7, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 226 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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