Book Review: The Superflare by Andrew G. Berger

With differences well carved out, Andrew G. Berger stirs a collision of chaos by introducing solar storm, which destroys digital services, AI, VR, and all living models. What will happen, is interesting, the only condition is to read the book till end. After some pages in the story, it really turns out to be addictive and gripping. A classic dystopian society story and the time is not so far to see the dark sides of AI.

Book Review: ┬áThe Mystery of the Phoenix by Jigisha Singh

The Mystery of the Phoenix by Jigisha Singh is a fairytale filled with imagination that fits into my school category. There is a proper school and students that learn higher forms of magic that wizards need to learn to live a good life. As the novel chugs ahead, it binds the readers with mystery of phoenix and ruby on a snake that can cure anyone. It is like a treasure, after elves, not it is wizards that can use it but it needs to be identified first by the superpower of Iris, the lead character. A fast-paced good fantasy thriller.