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.
Category: Children Book
Book Review: Agent A by Arjun Singh Rathore
Agent A by Arjun is an engrossing and suspenseful novel right till the end. A definite page turner! A teenaged school student, Arjun, is selected by CBI for secret missions. After training Arjun along with five members go on a space mission to investigate the activities in a spaceship.
Book Review: Operation SOS by Viraj Singh Rathore
What world's leading astronauts couldn't do was done superbly by a team of Indian Army people: Veer, Vikram, Arjun, and Raghav. Operation SOS by Viraj Singh Rathore narrates the tale of those four Army Men that acts as astronauts cum warrior in the space to destroy an asteroid which was becoming a fatal threat to billions of people on earth. Breathtaking narration and master story building, pick it up any random day and you will love its multi-layered subplots.
Book Review: Jim Corbett – Friend of the Wild by Amar Chitra Katha
Jim Corbett – Friend of the Wild presented by Amar Chitra Katha is a colourful illustrated comic book for children to go through the chronicles of Jim Corbett, a legendry personality during the British time in India. The book talks about his adventure with man-eater tigers of Kumaon region and much more.
Book Review: The Adventure of Little Bean by Ageno H Monica
The Adventure of Little Bean by Ageno H Monica is a classic children's book that lays emphasis on the importance of plants and trees in our surrounding.