Flavia Bujor

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Flavia Bujor
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Flavia Bujor (born 8 August 1988) is a French novelist of Romanian origin. Her father is a sculptor, her mother is a psychoanalyst who works with young adults and teenagers.[citation needed] She lived in Romania until the age of two, when she moved to Paris, France. Her parents taught her to read before she started school and read to her Shakespeare's plays and Romanian fairy tales. She had a passion for stories from an early age. She currently lives with her parents in Paris. At the young age of fourteen, Flavia Bujor was being hailed as France's Literary Sensation. From an early age her parents encouraged her for her love for books teaching her to read before she started school and indulging her passion for stories by telling her tales. Her first book was the children's story The Prophecy of the Stones or "The Prophecy of The Gems" (original title: "La Prophétie des Pierres"). She began writing this novel at the age of 12, and its success has prompted the book's translation into twenty-three different languages.[1]

Bujor is currently working on her second novel and its title is yet to be released.


  • La prophétie des pierres (in French). Paris: Carrière. 2002. ISBN 2-84337-193-7. 
    • The Prophecy of the stones. trans. Linda Coverdale. New York: Miramax Books. 2004. ISBN 0-7868-1835-2. blurb


  1. ^ Rabinovtich, Dina (31 March 2004). "Authors of the month: Christopher Paolini and Flavia Bujor". The Guardian. Retrieved 7 February 2010.