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Cheetaka, Queen of Giants [Download] ➸ Cheetaka, Queen of Giants By Gita V. Reddy – When nine year old Tara is hurtled into Giant Land she is not the only one amazed The giants too are astounded to see a human being in the flesh; they believed humans were fictitious creatures found i When nine year old Tara is hurtled into Giant Land she is not Cheetaka, Queen MOBI :↠ the only one amazed The giants too are astounded to see a human being in the flesh; they believed humans were fictitious creatures found in story booksThe greatest ruler of the Giant Lands is ueen Cheetaka who believes 'With Strength comes Responsibility' She takes Tara into her care and soon Tara and her son Montek are good friends ueen Cheetaka is determined to restore Tara to her own world for which she takes the help of a wise old giant AalomaAfter six centuries of peace trouble is brewing in the Giant Lands Druaka a weak and egoistic ruler and his ambitious son Trimo have broken the ancient law banning magic Worse along with evil magician Mamahak they are convinced Tara is a powerful magician They want to capture her and gain her 'magic powers'Aaloma finds the way to the human world It goes through the Black Forest the Ice Lands and the Great Waterfalls all of which are extremely hazardousTo enslave the Giant lands Mamahak starts giving potions to Trimo’s soldiers to give them abnormal strength and a lust for blood and goreueen Cheetaka knows Trimo has to be stopped before he has an army of such giants or Mighty beasts as he calls them She trains her soldiers and learns magic though she is aware of its dangers Does not magic often enslave the magicianShe confronts Trimo’s forces with a handful of soldiers in the Black Forest But in the midst of all that danger she does not forget Tara.

About the Author: Gita V. Reddy

Gita VReddy lives in Hyderabad India with her husband and son She writes Cheetaka, Queen MOBI :↠ fiction for both adults and children Her books for children are written when she takes a break from writing for adults and vice verca She enjoys thinking up tales of different genres and has written historical fiction women's fiction and recently has made a foray into regency romanceFor children she has written myst.

9 thoughts on “Cheetaka, Queen of Giants

  1. Donadee& Donadee& says:

    Young 9 year old Tara on vacation with her parents becomes ship wrecked on a beach in a strange land after a very violent storm Everything is so big even the people After being rescued she finds herself in Giant Land under the protection of ueen Cheetaka and her 7 year old son Montek The giants are so warm and kind to herThis is a very well developed story with so many twists and turns I was amazed The story is so well told that you feel it wrapping around you The descriptions are very detailed and precise with everything from the color of the sky to the flowers and the size of the tiny furniture that was made for Tara to use The protection and care that was given so that Tara felt safe was incredible During this time her friendship with the ueen and her son was heart felt She found that she had so much in common with Montek The different emotions were up and down the laughter the sympathy gladness and tears of happiness I know that this is written for children but I don't think that should apply everyone could benefit from reading this and I for one really enjoyed itWhat I really liked about this story and the author besides the obvious fact that I enjoyed every minute is the learning lessons that are included with her stories In this story there were several but the two that stood out in my mind was Greed and Power How the two can change a person There were other things such as the difference in how to rule or govern a land To go into detail would give to much of the story away but it struck me that here in America our current government could take a few lessons from this story What did I not like gee I can not think of anything that I did not like After you finish this one check out this author other stories you won't be sorry

  2. Stacie Stacie says:

    Cheetaka ueen of the Giants is an exciting tale set in a faraway land filled with giants magic and of course evil doersWhen the ship she is traveling on begins to sink Tara finds herself separated from her parents and on a life boat in rough seas Once the waves calm Tara realizes she is drifting towards land She eagerly awaits arrival in hopes of being reunited with her parents but what she finds is utterly amazing Far from home in a region inhabited by giants Tara gains favor with the ueen who in turn vows to help her get home However when the evil Druaka and his son Trimo decide to capture Tara ueen Cheetaka must put her rescue plans on hold and save her own land instead Will Tara ever get home?Cheetaka ueen of the Giants is an imaginative and highly engaging story that appeals to readers of all ages I found the story to be well written and I loved all the creative characters The story moves along at a fast pace and easily drew me in The author has a gift for story telling and I am looking forward to reading of her booksI recommend picking up a copy

  3. Jennifer Priester Jennifer Priester says:

    I really enjoyed this book If I could give half stars I would have given it four and a half instead of just four stars Anyway I found the story to be very fast paced and the characters enjoyable I especially loved that the giants were friendly Before this the only book I had ever read with a friendly giant in it was The BFG Giants especially friendly don't tend to be chosen too often to be main characters in books so this book also felt very uniue to me The only thing I didn't like about the book though I understood the reasons for it was the fact that magic is banned in the land of the giants Until that revelation I thought that living among the giants sounded like a lot of fun The giants under Cheetaka's rule obviously enjoy an overall peaceful existence and I really love the ueen's rule regarding the wild animals but I know I would never enjoy living in a fantasy world where I couldn't have magical powers While I received an advanced copy of this book to review it didn't affect my chosen rating or review in any way This was also the first book I had ever read of this author's and I am definitely going to be reading of them

  4. A.E. Albert A.E. Albert says:

    Tara has a really big problem Literally One minute she's enjoying a cruise with her parents and the next she finds herself lost in a forest of gigantic proportions Tara soon comes into contact with a race of giants who are as amazed by her existence as she is of theirs As she adjusts to this giant world she becomes embroiled in a plot to overthrow the peaceful kingdom of ueen Cheetaka ueen of the giants But Tara soon discovers that when it comes to courage and determination size doesn't matterThe story was fast paced and almost from the beginning I was caught up in a mystery involving the Giant Kingdom and the evil forces working in the land Yet I enjoyed watching Tara make new friends and learn how live in this new world The characters are delightful and memorableRegardless how we look our size or where we come from; friends can be found anywhere This is the message I received from this delightful story This is a great story for kids

  5. Victoria Zigler Victoria Zigler says:

    Note I was gifted an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review This in no way influenced my opinion of the bookThis is a very enjoyable and imaginative story which is well written with some excellent descriptions and a very creative plot The world building and character creation are wonderfully done giving you a fantastic mix of characters and a world that's described so clearly you can easily imagine yourself there

  6. Peggy Peggy says:

    SPOILER FREEAnother good book from an amazing author I have had the privilege of reading from this author for awhile and every book I read from her has been good The plot of the story and the characters are well thought out She knows how to draw her readers in This is an author that you really want to check outreceived for an honest review

  7. Kirsty Kirsty says:

    I won this book through Goodreads First Reads Review to follow

  8. Angela Lambkin Angela Lambkin says:

    WOW What an adventure story that Tara went thruI enjoyed this even though it seemed to take forever to get through all of these pages to reach the end of this ebook Therefore I would like to recommend this ebook for five stars and for kids ages 9 14 I received this free and in return here is my honest review Great job Gita By Angela

  9. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    Gita Reddy is a talented writer I love her books this one is no exception This middle grade book is a fun read that left me satisfied I would recommend this book to anyone who likes stories with fun plots and wonderful characters

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