Columbine's Tale

Columbine's Tale

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For three hundred years the travelling actors of Litonya roamed the land entertaining crowds, but secretly leaving devastation in their wake. Is Mina the only person with the power to stop them?

In the ethereal otherworld of Tarya, Mina begins to master the rare, inexplicable powers attached to her gift for storytelling. She discovers she can touch dreams, influence the real world, and perhaps find out who is manipulating Tarya for dark purposes. In the waking world Mina is on the run, beset by divided loyalties between the travellers, and caught between two men she could love and a brother who desperately needs her help.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 308 pages
  • 210 x 290 x 17.78mm | 399.16g
  • Fyshwick, ACT, Australia
  • English
  • 1925652378
  • 9781925652376
  • 1,435,918

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"Mysteries and machinations, tragedy and heartbreak, love and betrayal, adventure and fantasy come together in this spellbinding book." -- George Ivanoff, award-winning author of the Other Worlds series
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About Rachel Nightingale

Rachel Nightingale is an award-winning playwright and novelist with a PhD in Creative Writing. She's come a long way since she wrote her first book, about Pasha the bear, at the age of eight. With a background in theatre, both onstage and off, she wanted to bring the world of the stage to her books. The Tales of Tarya centre on the Commedia dell'Arte of the Italian Renaissance and explore what it might look like if the magic of the theatre was real and if story tellers could bring about change in the real world with their tales.
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