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Sangu Mandanna
Sangu Mandanna was four years old when she was chased by an elephant and wrote her first story about it and decided that this was what she wanted to do with her life. Seventeen years later, she read Frankenstein. It sent her into a writing frenzy that became THE LOST GIRL, a novel about death and... show more

Sangu Mandanna was four years old when she was chased by an elephant and wrote her first story about it and decided that this was what she wanted to do with her life. Seventeen years later, she read Frankenstein. It sent her into a writing frenzy that became THE LOST GIRL, a novel about death and love and the tie that binds the two together. Sangu now lives in England with her husband and son. Find her online at www.sangumandanna.com
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Just One More Chapter
Just One More Chapter rated it 2 years ago
I just turned the last e-page of A Spark of White Fire and all I can say is WOW... THAT WAS AWESOME!!! It was a perfect blend of SciFi and Fantasy. I have been craving Space Opera reads lately and this book was everything I wanted and more. I am not well versed in Indian Folklore so I had no idea ...
wordchasing
wordchasing rated it 8 years ago
Hmm.. I'll have to think on this one. I loved the concept and the storyline, but something about it - particularly the climax - didn't gel for me.
Hershey's Book'd Out Zone
Hershey's Book'd Out Zone rated it 8 years ago
Utterly beautiful The Lost Girl. Yes, she's lost. Lost in a cruel world where she has to fight for survival.She's broken too.She so badly wants to be a human. Her feelings are almost palpable. It's coming at strong waves toward me. It's exhilarating. My heart stutters here and then. I paused the bo...
Mandafofanda Reads Lots
Mandafofanda Reads Lots rated it 8 years ago
Can this please please not be the ending?? I'd love to read more, maybe even from another perspective, like Nikhil's!
The Blair Book Project
The Blair Book Project rated it 8 years ago
“Amarra used to read books about battles. Great heroic battles. Swords and shields and knights and honor. Battles like that don't happen anymore, yet I feel like I am caught in one. Once I may have hoped to fight for my life with all those things: swords and shields and knights and honor. But I don'...
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