June 24, 2016 marks the 4th year since the launch and publication of my second book (out of three so far Book 1 – Expressions TOI interview, Book 2 – Social media marketing brand ROI) Kings are made, not just born.
This English fiction book was specially written for Teen readers.
It’s a perfect gift for young adults and teens who love reading a fiction story about mythical creatures, family ties, friendship, courage, will power, jungle animals, most importantly about pursuing your dreams and following your heart.
The whole story revolves around the beautiful lush habitat of Anamon jungle.
This book has been re-edited with newer updates on August 2014.
The story is filled with suspense, mystery and with plots that have mythical creatures and mesmerizing moments. ‘Will the young Prince gain an entrance and meet the Mysterious Murelies or get stuck inside the doomed Karolo Tamoir? Will the legend King Areli come to his rescue if he is unable to answer the three questions of the wise?’ Leonidas the prince, entertains his friends with his amazing adventure filled quests, games and wins strong willed comrades in this process.
The prince with his never give up attitude, the humor, wit and intellect of Ahote the monkey, the speed of Agripina the wild and female Horse and Aetius the Eagle and their bonds with each other, grow as the young prince leads the journey of his life for a greater significance. The acts of deceit from Hiss, Drake and Shinok, the venomous snakes, coupled with Fret and Footsie the jealous tigers only add up to the chaos of the once peaceful Anamon jungle, with the mighty Rhingos slowly gaining control in the darkness of the night.
There are many chronicles that unfold within these experiences as the prince tries to battle all odds to go ahead with his quest for the truth. Leonidas in this process realizes that his purpose in life is unique and most importantly, he does not ‘just need to rule’, but he needs to lead a life of greater significance and of a higher decree. So to speak, a ruling by which the new Anamon could flourish.
The story evolves from just simple questions to mighty discoveries. It forms and grows at many levels while the bottom line remains the same, that even a King needs to prove his own worth, not to the jungle, but to himself.
The whole story makes a distinct statement that the learning curve never ends in the journey called Life.
Have you read it yet? If so, would love to hear your views and comments.
A heartfelt THANK YOU to the readers for their valuable comments and support over the years. THANKS!
Have an amazing day ahead.