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The Keys to the Kingdom by Garth Nix | Book Series Review

The Keys to the Kingdom by Garth Nix | Book Series

Like most bookworms who start in childhood, we also grew up on stories filled with magic and fantastical fairytales, and somehow that affinity for books targeted at young readers have remained with us. If you think about it, most of such books are filled with a lot of fundamentally valuable moral lessons for young minds and so there is a ... Read More »

The Rise of Nine – Lorien legacies book 3 | Review

The Rise of Nine - Lorien legacies book 3 | Book Cover

As promised in the review of The Power of Six, here are our thoughts on book number three of this saga featuring good guys – nine members of Garde from the planet of Lorien who were sent to Earth to hide and survive until their legacies, i,e, superpowers develope, so that they can fight the evil Mogadorians who destroyed their ... Read More »

The Power of Six – Lorien Legacies Book 2 | Review

The Power of Six - Lorien Legacies Book 2 | Book Cover

Continuing the trail of entertaining thrillers featuring aliens from the planet of Lorien, The Power of Six is the second installment in the Lorien Legacy series by Pittacus Lore (authors James Frey and Jobie Hughes). The book was published by Harper Collins in 2011, and was popular amongst its target audience of young adults and sci-fi lovers. Book Title : ... Read More »

A Flight of Broken Wings by Nupur Chowdhury | Book Review

A Flight of Broken Wings by Nupur Chowdhury | Book Cover

One of the great joys of reading is discovering new worlds and one of the great joys of reviewing is discovering new authors who create these fascinating worlds. A while ago, we were approached by Nupur Chowdhury who provided us a copy of her book The Flight of Broken Wings, and it was my delight to read it for Team ... Read More »

The Hogwarts Collection by J K Rowling | Book review

Short Stories from Hogwarts – Of Heroism, Hardship, and Dangerous Hobbies

How often have we heard during discussions on street corners about cricketers and athletes that they should retire when they’re on top? This is very true and probably easier to do when the work needs a very high level of physical fitness which cannot be maintained in older age. But, what about the creativity of writers and their mental faculties? ... Read More »

Shelly’s Stocking Goes Missing By Anitha Rathod | Book Reviews

Shelly's Stocking Goes Missing By Anitha Rathod | Book Cover

The Christmas 2018 is approaching and the authors who delve into children special literature are trying hard to come up with something special for this occasion. Of course, seeing an innocent smile on a child’s face is something very special, and one would like to go to any extent for the same :). In fact, we love reading kids special ... Read More »