The Hakima's Tale: Undivided
By Dedra Stevenson
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Published: Nov. 04, 2011
Words: 164,920 (approximate)
Phoenix Kassim, a young Arab-American girl, must face her destiny to protect the world from the attack of an ancient malevolent entity, the Blue Jinni, who lays trapped in a golden lantern at the bottom of the sea.
Phoenix Kassim, a young Arab-American girl, must face her destiny to protect the world from the attack of an ancient malevolent entity, the Blue Jinni, who lays trapped in a golden lantern at the bottom of the sea. For centuries, the Blue Jinni and his followers, the Marid, have waited for the right moment to attack.
Phoenix is a descendant of the Great Hakima and has been chosen to battle the evil forces. Under her mentor, Sophia, Phoenix begins her training. Though unable to prevent the Blue Jinni’s release, she ends the Jinn’s quest for world domination through a series of events that teach human solidarity and the power of faith.
, young adult
, tales for children
, fiction fairy tales folk tales legends mythology
, mythology and folklore
, tales legends
, legends and myth
, supernatural adventures
, arab folklore
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