By Odo Hirsch
Amelia Dee lives within the eco-friendly residence on Marburg highway, the place a unprecedented bronze lamp hangs open air her bed room door. nobody understands the place it got here from or the way it received there. purely she, Amelia thinks, understands the key that the lamp comprises. Bu she's wrong.
When Mr Vishwanath introduces Amelia to the Princess Parvin Kha-Douri, the puzzle of the lamp turns into even deeper. the place has the princess obvious it ahead of? Why is she so sour and offended? And most significantly, what should still Amelia do approximately it?
In fixing the secret, Amelia dangers revealing a mystery of her own.
Odo Hirsch is at his captivating most sensible during this humorous, poignant tale packed with memorable characters and resonant rules. lovers of Antonio S and Hazel eco-friendly will love Amelia Dee.
'I have in basic terms 6 phrases for this publication: top publication i've got ever read!' - Inez, 12
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