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Aliyyah & the Quest for Lost Treasures
Aliyyah & the Quest for Lost Treasures
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Details:  Aliyyah and the Quest for Lost Treasures, Volume 1,
[A5] Paperback - 244 pages,
Written by Ayesha A. Scott,
Published by Beacon Books, UK.
*Part 1 of 'The Chronicles of Lamis' series.

Description :

'The Chronicles of Lamis' is a three book epic - a novel in the style of Tolkien. In a strange and magical world, a young girl sets off on a quest to recover four lost treasures needed to defeat the darkness that is slowly covering not just their lands, but the whole world. After answering the riddles of the dragons in the dragon chamber and earning both their friendship and rewards she continues on with her constant companion, Najputih.

Through one hardship after another, she finds and recovers each of the four lost treasures and, in the process, learns many secrets and is both burdened and entrusted with powerful hidden gifts.

A story of friendship and betrayal, compassion, love and sacrifice and the eventual triumph of good over evil. A book where every page contains a twist to the story the reader will find great difficulty in putting this book down.

About the author :  Ayesha A. Scott was born on April 5th 1960 in the small fishing village of Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex. The daughter of Alan and Carol-Ann Scott she was educated at Steyning Grammar School before going on to University. She won her first writing completion at the age of seven with her poem ‘If I had to be an Animal.’ In 1981 she went to live and work in Malaysia with her husband and except for a period of six years (1987-1993) when they returned to England, has remained there.

In 1995 her first series of thirteen children’s books for primary schools entitled ‘Children’s Supplication’ series was published by Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. They have been republished several times as well as being translated in the Malay language. In 1996 she represented Great Britain at the International Istiqual poetry festival in Jakarta, Indonesia reading extracts from her poetry book Search. At the end of the festival she was awarded the title of Istiqual Honorary Fellow of Poetry. In 2003 Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka began the publication of her Series of 200 books called ‘The Glorious Prophet’ series telling the stories of the Prophets from Adam to Jesus, peace be upon them, fully illustrated with many historical and scientific facts for young adults.

She has also written for various newspaper and magazines within Malaysia. A mother of eleven children she is also active in social welfare work as well as being a cancer councillor. An active woman who is also a great bookworm she writes an average of 4-6 hours most days.

This trilogy that was partly inspired by Tolkien is the author’s first novel, and first book for adults.

---For Teenagers to Adults!

*This story is Fiction, written by a Muslim based on 'good moral principles and ethics.' The publishers are also Muslim.

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 13 May, 2015.