Graeme MacQueen

Graeme MacQueen is a specialist in Buddhism and has a great love for India's storytelling. He has been a university professor and peace activist and has worked to promote peace and justice in eight countries on three continents. He founded the McMaster University’s Centre for Peace Studies in Ontario, Canada in 1989. He has also been involved in the translation, study and appreciation of Asian stories for over three decades. Since 2003, Graeme MacQueen has been writing full time. He lives in Ontario.

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    Enemies have abducted Princess Mati’s parents. She and her brother Satya are secretly spirited away by the loyal Jaya Prabhasa. As they journey through a world they have never known in their sheltered existence, they acquire extraordinary skills to survive perilous forests and swamps. But are these sufficient to help them rescue their parents? This...