Tamara Philip, Author

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Diverse Book Tours presents my review of Sabina Khan’s Realm of the Goddess

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Welcome to the “Realm of The Goddess” Mini­Tour!

For readers looking for fantasy books that vividly blend mythology, but feel as though Greek and Roman might be in

need of a break, or overkill, “Realm of The Goddess” might be up your alley!

It blends South Asian myth, with paranormal elements! Plus hot guys!

Not sure? Check out the Blurb!

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Seventeen year old Callie discovers she is an avatar of the powerful Hindu Goddess Kali and she has to

save the world from Mahisha, the King of Demons. Now Callie has to accept her fate and control her powers. Before she can face Mahisha, she must find the Sword of Knowledge that the Immortals had given Kali five thousand years ago.

As Callie embarks upon the dangerous quest to find this weapon, she must travel deep into the

jungles of India to find a temple only spoken of in legends. The Rakshakari, who are sworn to protect the Goddess, guide her on this

treacherous journey, fraught with demons and mortal conspiracies.

She is accompanied by the gorgeous, enigmatic Shiv for whom she feels an inexplicable but undeniable attraction. Can she trust Shiv with her life or are there dark forces at work that will divide loyalties and leave Callie at the mercy of Mahisha and his army of demons?

In a timeless tale of good versus evil, travel across the world to a place that time has forgotten. Here lies the answer to an ancient riddle. Here lies the fate of humanity.

This young adult paranormal fantasy has all the ingredients for an exciting read: ancient religion, mystery, action, adventure, romance and deities and demons galore.

Sabina Khan’s “Realm of The Goddess” blends Young Adult themes, Paranormal elements, and South Asian mythology.

 You can support this diverse book by clicking on the purchase link below, or adding it to your Goodreads TBR list!

  Buy Realm of the Goddess Here

My Review

I love mythology fantasy books and Sabina Khan’s realm of the goddess did not disappoint. Filled with Indian gods and goddesses and angsty teenagers in a gripping, fast paced plot to save the world, what else could you ask for?? Well besides MORE!! good news, this is the first of a series so we lucked out!

I love take charge of your destiny heroines in YA because I want the younger generation to find themselves emulating that sort of mindset to not just let things happen to you, to be part of it all.

I hope the main character, Calli learns as she grows into the story, to not continue to be foolhardy yet brave. Harry potter taught us all that to be courageous and kind is only half of the battle, you need a support system and also to do your research on your enemy and the people around you. So take note, Calli! Trust but verify!

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About The Author
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Sabina Khan is the author of Realm of the Goddess, the first in a series of YA Paranormal Fantasy books based on the gods and goddesses of India. She is an educational consultant and a karaoke enthusiast.

After living in Germany, Bangladesh, Macao, Illinois and Texas, she has finally settled down in beautiful British Columbia, Canada, with her husband and three daughters, one of whom is a fur baby. She is passionate about the empowerment of girls and women, hoping to inspire them with the strong female characters in her novel.

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Author: Tamara Philip, Author

Author of Interracial novels including but not limited to romance. Aspiring writer of supernatural fantasy books.

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