Umbra by Maneha Sethi
In you I find. In you I am lost.

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The past has always been about pure human emotion. History has been made by those people who have lived it and felt it. Umbra delves into one of the most turbulent periods of English history, the rise, fall, and aftermath of Anne Boleyn and brings it to modern readers in the most soulful form possible, human emotion. Follow the story of Joan Tallmond, a young courtier at Henry VIII's court, as she learns to sink or swim during this volatile era. Feel her struggle, her love, her happiness, her pain. See the world through the eyes of the lost and forgotten by time. Feel every emotion through the eyes of an Umbra.

About Maneha Sethi

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Maneha Sethi is fourteen years old. She has already written a book at the age of nine. She is currently studying at Bishopston Comprehensive School and is doing her GCSEs. She has spent two years writing Umbra. She lives in Swansea, South Wales. Her hobbies include baking, writing, singing, and daydreaming.
Published November 7, 2012 by AuthorHouseUK. 172 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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