Daughters of Kali

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A young bride in India obediently marries a man chosen for her, and soon faces what her future looks like: a lecherous brother-in-law, an abusive female elder, and a husband who is often absent. What she hasn't been told yet is that she is the direct descendant of a goddess, and she has a gift. She must learn to wield this gift without destroying everything and everyone she loves. More

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About Neesha Meminger

Born in a rural Punjabi village, Neesha Meminger grew up in Toronto, Canada, and now lives and works in New York City. She has a fascination with ancient history and the stories we're not told. Neesha's work includes young adult novels, both traditionally and independently published, as well as traditionally published erotic romance novels written under a pen name.

Neesha's first novel for young adults, SHINE, COCONUT MOON, made the Smithsonian's list of Notable Books for Children in its debut year and was listed on the New York Public Library's Stuff for the Teen Age-Top 100 Books for Teens. The book was also nominated for the American Library Association's Best Books for Young Adults.

Her second novel, JAZZ IN LOVE, was picked by the Pennsylvania School Librarians' Association for their top 40 selections for young adults and was one of Bookslut's Recommended Summer Reads selections. Both SHINE, COCONUT MOON and JAZZ IN LOVE were nominated for the online CYBILS award.

INTO THE WISE DARK, Neesha's third novel, is a feminist time-travel fantasy featuring a multicultural cast of young women who save the world. It has been a resounding success, both commercially and critically.

For some reason she has yet to discover, Neesha's short story sales in the U.K., where no one has ever heard of her, are approximately 200 times higher than in the U.S., where all of her promotional efforts are focused.

Please visit www.NeeshaMeminger.com for more information about Neesha and her work.

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Review by: Therese Fairchild on Oct. 21, 2011 :
Great start but I felt it only just was getting into the story when it ended.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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