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The Ultimate Decision (Saving Karnithica #1)

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Why did five girls cross the road? Did you say to get to the other side'? I am afraid that is not the answer. The answer is: to escape from monsters and demented human beings'.

This is a story of a magical and dangerous adventure of five daring friends on a big mission --to save an enchanted world and its people, and at the same time, retrieve an important family heirloom.

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Published February 22nd 2012 by Authorhouse
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Aug 01, 2016 ChaosBookworm rated it it was amazing
Two girls find out they have magical powers after fighting off a monster, leaving one of them in a coma. The two are then magically transported to a school in Colorado that helps them learn about the powers. After the girl in the coma gets a mission to go save an heirloom, the two friends recruit three others to help them on their mission. Monsters and many other obstacles get in their way, but they keep going forward, despite the efforts to make them quit.

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Saumya Sharman was born in India and moved to the USA when she was two. She moved to White Hall, Arkansas, and lived there for eleven years. Starting in kindergarten, her writing and drawing skills grew until she made her own books out of paper, pencil, and colored pencils, which she read to her siblings. Her love of reading also grew and she was always seen with a book. In 2011, she wanted to ...more
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