I don’t read books from the horror genre often, but one of my friends recommended this book to me. The title sounded interesting, as did the name of the character. So decided to give it a chance.
Can a crime fiction be a light read? At times it can. This was one such instance. I found another book of this series, but thought I ought to start with this one, the first of the series, so I get an idea of the main characters.
When I look back in time, I was introduced to the magical world of Harry Potter through this book. At the time, I was unaware it was a series, and this was the third book in the series focusing on the third year for Harry at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
The Pachaihara Forest is a peaceful place, where all animals (even lions) are vegetarians, and lived in harmony with each other (well, almost). Reading this introduction brought a smile, and I felt that I was in for a fun read. This is the second book of the series.
I remember old Goosebumps books which had multiple endings, and the reader would be guided by his/her choice. When I read the blurb of this e-single book, I was reminded of that.
I’ve read a few of Jeffrey Archer’s short-reads stories this year, which I feel look at generating interest in the bigger story collections itself.