Destiny: The Tale of Sonali and Amir #Review

| February 25, 2016 | 1 Comment
Destiny Book

Destiny: The Tale of Sonali and Amir

Two young women have taken it upon themselves to write the fairy tale they wished had been available to them as kids: one where equality and diversity are highlighted. One where the prince and princess work together. So they wrote Destiny.

There’s a new fairy tale in town.

Destiny: The Tale of Sonali and Amir is set in India.

“India was ruled by two royal families whose kindness and love brought peace to the land. However, India was in danger of being captured by an evil demon named Raakshasa, whose ambition to take over the country left everyone paralyzed with fear.

After a special ceremony was conducted, it was revealed that the two heirs to the throne, Princess Sonali and Prince Amir, was destined to defeat the demon together. So, when Princess Sonali suddenly disappeared, all hope was lost.

How would Prince Amir and Princess Sonali unite to fulfill their destiny and defeat the demon?”

You’ll have to read the book to find out, but I can guarantee that there are twists and turns, battles with evil, and a satisfying ending.

I would recommend this book to anyone who wants something a little different from the classic fairy tales. Check out the Destiny website to read more about the characters, watch the book trailer, and download free colouring page printables.

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Kamerine has been blogging for 10 years, the past four and a half as a mom. She has a 4.5 year old son and a 3 year old daughter who was born at home with only her husband there to help. Completely transformed by that experience Kamerine is now working as a birth doula. She will be writing about her experiences parenting two young children, books her and her children love, and things to do in the city.

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  1. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    This sounds like a new fairy tale, I love that idea and I’m sure kids would too.

  2. kathy downey says:

    This looks interesting first time hearing the name

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