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By: Tiara Dias


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Cassiopeia Malahki, an 18-year-old girl, falls prey to the unjust and inhumane system of her society, due to lower social standing. A society ravished by a long war and divided by a great wall where the rich command from within as they relish in the plentitude of luxuries of the Great City while the poor obey from the other side in their misery and poverty with forceful work and degrading treatment. Forced away from her home and sold as an object to the unfeeling and cruel upper class, Cassiopeia has to endure a torturous cycle of injustices and humiliation. In the midst of all the abuse and degradation, she struggles to hold on to her dignity, made worse by conflicting feelings that arise with the unlikely relationships that form in her life.

Tiara W. Dias is a young Angolan writer living in Hungary for her university studies. She has been an avid reader from a young age, having been pulled into the passion when she read the book by the French author Antoine de Saint- Exupéry, The Little Prince. Her writing journey started in her teen years, and having a vivid imagination, creative fiction is her genre of choice, though she can be found writing non-fiction, poetry, prose and short stories as she explores various themes, writing what she wanted to read growing up as well as putting her deepest feelings onto paper.

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