North Hollywood, Calif. (PRWEB) January 25, 2013
Inspired by a vision of a world where strong kings rule and mighty swords and tall dungeons continue to exist, author Acela Kuandykova comes up with an enigmatic, powerful tale of love, compassion and desire in Flowers of Life. The book tells a cleverly thrilling tale with twists that will ignite readers’ craving for a love story that defies the true meaning of sacrifice.
In an attempt to change her fate and save Dominic from her evil uncle King Kaizer, princess Aurelia travels the cursed forest to find the wicked monster. From her strong determination to survive the trials along the way, she faces the realm of evil and is asked by the mischievous creature to find the flower of life in exchange of Dominic’s life. With a feeling of terror and disbelief, princess Aurelia decides to succumb on the temptation and risk her life for the man she loves. This decision forces her to enter a world that she has never thought existed. She will then be astonished by the myriad of secrets and mysteries that lie ahead in her tumultuous search for happiness and love.
Readers are set to immerse in Kuandykova’s powerful imagination in Flowers of Life as it offers a story brimming with powerful emotions and igniting scenes. This inspirational and heartwarming poetry book will definitely captivate readers from the first to the last page.
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About the Author
Acela Kuandykova was born on November 26, 1980 in Kazakhstan. She studied English and graduated in Kainar University. After graduating, Kuandykova worked as a model in Boston. The following year, the author discovered her love for writing and wrote her first poetry novel “Flowers of Life”, which she dedicated to her mother.
Flowers of Life * by Acela Kuandykova
Publication Date: December 17, 2012
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