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Book #2 in the Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond Series
When the Demon Queen shows up in her bedroom, smelling of acid and surrounded by evil-looking bees, 12-year-old Kiranmala is uninterested. After all, it’s been four months since she last heard from her friends in the Kingdom Beyond, the alternate dimension where she was born as an Indian princess. But after a call to action over an interdimensional television station and a visit with some all-seeing birds, Kiran decides that she has to once again return to her homeland, where society is fraying, a reality show is taking over, and her friends are in danger.
However, things are a lot less clear than the last time she was in the Kingdom Beyond. Kiran must once again battle witches, solve riddles, and avoid her evil Serpent King father — all while figuring out who are her true friends, and what it really means to be a demon.
News & Reviews
“This action-packed sequel is a must-buy.”
—Library Journal Starred Review
“DasGupta once again wittily meshes Bengali folktales, intergalactic science, and a spectacular world of her own creation in a yarn that is part hero’s quest, part immigrant coming-of-age tale.”
—Kirkus, Starred Review
“Game of Stars [is] a fun, funny adventure, more exciting than an auto rickshaw ride across dimensions. More Kiranmala, please!”
—Tracy Baptiste, New York Times bestselling author of The Jumbies
“I love this series.”
—Adam Gidwitz, Newbery Honor winning author of The Inquisitor’s Tale and A Tale Dark and Grimm
“A must-read for every aspiring Demon Slayer!”
—Soman Chainani, New York Times bestselling author of The School for Good and Evil