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In the once beautiful Aetheria, a spreading evil stems in the great Land of The North. It is a world that has been ravaged by vengeance and fury.

But Nalia knows nothing of this world. She doesn't even know that she bears one of its most coveted and sacred gifts, a gift that has killed many and forced others into hiding.

When an unusual visitor escapes from the other world t
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Published June 10th 2011 (first published April 12th 2011)
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Jacquitta McManus
To read my interview w/ Queenbe Monyei about Nalia and the Potion Maker visit: http://www.insidethebooks.com/2011/09...
Nathiel
Queenbe sent me this book and I promised a review :) Thank you Queenbe.
This book had a good story, although clearly it's the authors first book and as so there are some errors, in my opinion the good stuff by far surpassed the bad.
I found many similarities in between this book and others I have read, such as the fact that a girl who supposedly is normal suddenly discovers she has magical powers. But what makes this book different to others is the fact that most of the story happens in a new worl
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Nalia and the Potion Maker
Author: Queenbe Monyei

Synopsis: In the once beautiful Aetheria, a spreading evil stems in the great Land of The North. It is a world that has been ravaged by vengeance and fury.

But Nalia knows nothing of this world. She doesn't even know that she bears one of its most coveted and sacred gifts, a gift that has killed many and forced others into hiding.

When an unusual visitor escapes from the other world to find her, he c
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Annabell
Nalia has always been a shy and introverted girl. After she losses her father, Nalia disappears even further into herself. Her mother is distinct and somewhat cold since Nalia has so many features of the very man her mother had loved and lost. Weird small actions being to take place around Nalia whenever her emotions are heightened: a mirror breaking, a tree sprouting where there had never been one, a mysterious stranger seems to be following her around. After a terrible day at school, Nalia ret ...more
Andrew
After reading "Nalia and the Potion Maker" by Queenbee Monyei, I felt that the story has much potential. In this tale a young girl finds out that she originated from a very different world, one to which she returns to confront a great evil.
I found that the constant repetition throughout the book and some of the dialogue made it difficult to follow and really enjoy the story.
I see that the book is going through editing changes at this time which can only help to make this into what could be a ve
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Yvette
A very interesting story with a lot of potential (I was stuck between three point five and four for a while). I liked almost everything about this lovely story: Nalia, the potions, especially the characters (what a wonderful assortment of people), the plot (I was definitely rooting for the good guys). Wonderful story.
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GREAT interview with Queenbe Monyei! 1 4 Jul 08, 2011 10:18AM  
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I was born in Los Angeles, but spent a few years of my childhood in boarding school in the very cold south of England. After I graduated college, I taught English for a year in Turkey then went to grad school in London.

I'm a train hopping, Miles Davis and Chopin listening, Eiffel Tower climbing, oil painting, shrimp and steak eating, art galleria going, Harry Potter reading sort of person. If thi
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