When I was approached for a review for this book, I didn’t hesitate because I had read the author before, and the title and cover art were very interesting. To be frank, I didn’t check the blurb, which meant the story was a complete surprise to me. Sometimes that’s a good thing, and this was one of those times.Continue reading “Book Review: The Treasure Syndicate, by Jatin Kuberkar”
I’m not a big fan of science fiction but reading the blurb of this book, I felt that it might be an interesting read. It also mentioned the book might appeal to a fan of adventure books, which I am, so that was another plus point. To be fair to the author, I think it had its ups for sure.Continue reading “Book Review: The Demon’s Crystal by Lenard Hale”
Humor is not a genre that I read often. But when this book was being recommended by many as a good read, I thought I’d pick it up. The title was quite funny, the blurb interesting, and the cover art appealing.
When a book, with its blurb, promises both fantasy and adventure, it already intrigues me. Though I felt the cover could have been much better, it was the blurb which drew me into the novel, and that’s wonderful.
Six teenagers from different parts of the world come together, well, in order to save the world. Why these six? Well, they’re connected by their past lives and the events that transpired then. The six have come together to stop the Black Magician, but other than their unity, they are also helped by their differences. History is on the verge of repeating itself. But will the good that happened repeat itself too? Continue reading “Book Review: Shanti and the Magic Mandala, by FT Camargo”