What would you do if you disappear into the earth’s Core to find a new civilization? A civilization with plans to use you, to annihilate humanity?
What if it was too late to realize that you were taking bullets for the one behind the trigger?
Would you sacrifice what you must-who you must? How will you choose between what you know, and what you feel?
“I can’t live a lie. I can’t run from my life.”
Jacelyn and the Cruman Prince and the Mantlanian Princess choose to stand and fight. To change what must be changed, save what must be saved… and destroy what must be destroyed in the Earth.
Will they remain like stars that never saw the sky? Or will they become legends whose names never die?
Born and raised in the tropical Indian city of Chennai, fifteen-year-old Melita loves to write. This is her debut novel, ‘Battle of the spheres’, a story that she has pieced together from the time she was thirteen. Melita writes speculative fiction, perspective and abstract poetry. She is a big-time reader of young-adult books, short stories and is into essays, concepts and articles in the field of physical and social sciences. She blogs at her website melitatessy.com and is active on her Facebook page ‘Battle of the Spheres.’
BOTS (Battle of the Spheres), she says is a tale for all those hearts that would love an unimaginable adventure, a warm smile and a voice that screams, “You are stronger than your sufferings.”
The debut novel ‘Battle of the Spheres’ is a riveting story of productive friendship, untiring bravery and willing sacrifices to do the right thing.
If you have been craving to read a compelling fantasy fiction that would transport you to a mythical realm, well, Battle of the Spheres (or BOTS) is the book you.
– The Hindu, December 06, 2016
In a child’s mind, there is no dearth of possibilities, no limit to imagination.
This holds strong for 16-year-old Melita Tessy, author of the fantasy novel Battle of the Spheres.
– The New Indian Express, October 31, 2016