Dark Goddess

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Disney Electronic Content, Jan 25, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 384 pages
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Still reeling from the death of her best friend, Kay, Billi's thrust back into action when the Templars are called to investigate werewolf activity. But these werewolves are like nothing Bili's ever seen. They call themselves the Polenitsy: man killers. The ancient warrior women of Eastern Europe, supposedly wiped out centuries ago. But now they've come out of hiding and are on the hunt for a Spring Child — an Oracle powerful enough to blow the volcano at Yellowstone — and start a Fimbulwinter that will wipe out humankind for good.
 

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User Review  - book_zone - LibraryThing

I loved Devil's Kiss and its kick-ass heroine and I have been looking forward to reading the sequel ever since; but has Mr Chadda been able to produce a second book worthy of the first? The answer is ... Read full review

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User Review  - pollywannabook - LibraryThing

Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy I was hoping, really hoping, that Billi and I would get along better in DARK GODDESS than we did in DEVIL’S KISS, but after the first chapter, I realized if ... Read full review

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Sarwat Chadda was brought up on the adventures of the great medieval heroes like Saladin and Richard the Lionheart. His passion for storytelling grew from his love for the history, culture and myths of Europe and the Middle East.

Sarwat used to be an engineer, working on projects like the Channel Tunnel and Hong Kong airport, but now he writes full time. He has travelled widely, from China to India, from Nicaragua to the Yemen, but there's no place like home, and home is London.

Devil's Kiss was his first novel. You can visit him at www.sarwatchadda.com.

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