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Diva-The Ocean Princess By Kusum Vijay Kumar

Diva is my first debut noble which is published, and out now. It is very close to my heart, as the idea for this story came from my 10 months old daughter (now she is 2.8 years old), bathing in a bath tub. She was playing with water, and I called her little fish princess. It was then that suddenly this story clicked to my mind. I decided to name it DIVA, as my little princess name is Diva. The story is about a fairy fish who is a princess of the world’s largest kingdom, i.e. Oceana. But when she was about to be born, a witch Volcania defeated her father king Gene, and snatched his kingdom from him. He, along with his pregnant wife and some trustworthy kings men, left Oceana to take shelter from his wife’s brother David, who was king of Rala kingdom. As Diva grew up, she was unaware about her real kingdom, she assumed that she is princess of Rala kingdom. Soon time came when she met her love Aaron, who was a human being. Both later came to know that they are companions from their past birth, they are made for each other. With the help of Royal Saint Joshua and Aaron, Diva came to realize her inner powers and the reason of her birth. How she manage to kill the Volcania is the biggest twist and secret of the story. So go for the story, as Volcania’s life is stuck in a mirror, which can be broken by the blue crystal, which is unknown to her and Diva also. Only Diva can kill Volcania by breaking the mirror by that blue crystal. Read for the thrills of an aquatic adventure.
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