With the help of her mentor and her friends from the Jinn world, Phoenix trains as a warrior and learns to be the leader that she's expected to be; however, her young age and her lonely heart prove to be her most threatening weaknesses.
The generals of the jinn uprising plan for the release of their evil Master, gathering a formidable army of supernatural forces as their plan unfolds.
Will the Hakima prevent the release of the Blue Jinni in time, or will she succumb to the pressure of her position, her young heart, and the betrayal of her trust?
Dedra Stevenson is the author of The Hakima's Tale trilogy, Tales of the Lantern, Antar and Haider, and Magnolia Grove. Living in the Middle East had always provided Dedra with a great treasure of folklore and imaginative stories to gain inspiration from.
Phoenix Kassim must acquire the amber of the ancient Blue Whale because it's one of the many tools that she'll need to fight the Blue Jinni. The army of the Hakima prepare to fight for their lives.
The Hakima's Tale: The Rise of the Warrior
In order to retrieve the amber, Phoenix would have to go to the middle of the Australian Pacific and call him. Even Azizi didn’t know how to call him, but Sophia had heard tales of the Magic Whale as a child and told Phoenix, “I’ve been told stories of this whale. He’s the oldest living whale on earth, and the legend says that only the song of the Siren Queen herself can attract him. Her song is said to be more beautiful and powerful than all the other Sirens combined.”