Broken Rule and River Rule Now Out
The jungle is closing in.
First it sends a welcoming party of parakeets.
Next, a garland of disembodied chicken parts.
Finally the tribesmen and their spears arrive demanding human trades of Avi and Una, the property developer's firstborn grandchildren.
Twice before, the jungle tried to take Una when she took risks. Twice Avi foiled their attempts. This time he's not there - yet she can feel him somewhere near.
River Rule is a dark, urban fantasy, which pivots precariously on the friendship between a boy and girl from different cultural backgrounds. It deals with deceit and treachery, but it shows that, even when familial unconditional love is withdrawn, strength and kindness can be found elsewhere - even in a jungle.
She broke a rule; the jungle’s hostility is palpable.
Others are spared the intensity of her punishment. Una struggles to understand why.
Cornered, she accepts her fate and sides with Wolf with unparalleled consequences. She is now his to manipulate.
Avi despairs. Aware of Una’s devastating actions, he struggles to link the Una he knows to the girl who now walks with the enemy. For the sake of the jungle, Avi remains committed to restoring peace – only one true leader can reign.
Broken Rule the second book in the River Rule Trilogy and is a dark, urban fantasy. It deals with a web of lies, deceit and betrayal. Can Avi and Una remain loyal to their missions, testing their fragile connection to the limit. Can their bond survive the ultimate betrayal?
River Rule "This is a fascinating story with a mystical quality which follows the dramatic, life-changing events of a headstrong teenager. An excellent and memorable read, and a perfect adventure story."
Broken Rule "The saga of Avi and Una just keeps giving! It’s never ending, action packed, edge of the seat...unputdownable! "
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About the Author
Ameeta Davis lives in the Chiltern Hills in England. Her love of mythology began with her split upbringing between her parents’ Indian household of Gods, goddesses, demigods and demons and Aunty Anne’s Polish and Welsh of Grimm’s tales and Celtic stories before she was seven and lived in Manchester.
Her love of mythological stories grew when at seven she was sent to a boarding school in the Indian Himalayan foothills. During the holidays she lived with her local guardians -her grandparents who lived on the edge of a jungle beyond the main town. With just a wall between her family and the jungle in the evenings there was much for the imagination to store and recreate years later in the River Rule Series.