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In the Land of the Maya Part 1: Queen of the Jungle

‘Dude,’ whispers Anna. ‘There’s someone staring at the back of your head.’ I look askance at my oldest friend. Usually, it’s Anna people stare at. Most people are often can’t figure out where she’s from. With her short cropped hair she’s often mistaken for a boy. Once I managed to smuggle her into Warwick Castle on a child ticket –and no…
Tales From the Stone Lotus

Tales From the Stone Lotus – Metavi in Love

Metavi and his people live in a labyrinth - one which, as far as they know, goes on forever. And Metavi is in love. A cozy life awaits him, safe in te confines of those twisting black walls. Or does it? Read on and find out in this week's extract from Subodhana Wijeyeratne's Tales from the Stone Lotus, out now…

Sit Back, Relax and Eat A Few Scoops of Black Vanilla Madagascar Ice-Cream

The one rounds the corner of Rua Santa Marinha in Lisbon, it soon becomes apparent that the music permeating the street is coming from Augusto Lisboa. On a plush ottoman, sits a tanned guitarist, segueing seamlessly from classic song to song: Autumn Leaves, Is This Love, I'll Be Watching You, and Brazilian tunes like the haunting Chega de Saudade. The music draws passersby to peer in…
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Editorial Reviews

“"In these fantastical stories, in which we meet labyrinth-dwellers, assassins, regular folks, and a Messenger from God, Subodhana Wijeyeratne has achieved a stirring collection that entertains and asks questions. The author's cinematic descriptions and dynamic plots won't let you put Tales from the Stone Lotus down."
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Maria PintoThe Missing Slate' Author of the Month

“I enjoyed this book. I am going to find the sequel. A hectic and involving story which kept reminding me of a film, not the story but the style. It was also a good long read. I want to be in the world for a good chunk of time.”

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