Blahman and The Attack Of The Wicked Zombies by Srijan Kabra

Blahman and The Attack Of  The Wicked Zombies by [Srijan Kabra]

 

BLURB

The Attack of the Wicked Zombies is about two best friends named Aven and Steven. In this book, these friends mess with a mosquito during their sports practice in school, which leads to a page-turning twist. On the other side, there is a mysterious person who is converting normal people in zombies, one by one. These friends are committed to find and destroy this mysterious person and hopefully, stop the zombie apocalypse by using a secret weapon.
What happens after they mess with the mosquito? What is their secret weapon, and how to use it? Will they be able to save the world?
Well, this is up to the reader to ahead and find out…of course, the answers are in the book.

 

REVIEW

Firstly a tremendous job done by srijan. Cannot believe how beautiful his work is.
The book is an imaginary SciFi story consisting of zombies and how blahman erases them away. It’s a short read but filled with so much. Plot twists and easy words to understand. This book has so many colourful drawings which really adds in to the whole effect during reading. One thing i felt during reading the book is a high energy flow all the time. The cover and title are also very intresting. I loved reading the book. Hope srijan keeps writing more of this series. The book totally gives you off the wimpy kid feeling. I really loved how there were questions and how to draw sections which makes the book all the more close and intuitive. Characterization has been done really well.

overall 4/5.

 

Magnus Hooper: A Contentious Inheritance by Ananya Rajaraman

 

 

Magnus Hooper: A Contentious Inheritance by [Ananya Rajaraman]

 

BLURB

A letter bearing the wrong date appears on the door step of Mr. Warner. A day later, the writer of the letter is murdered. Mr. Warner believes there is an underlying meaning to the letter, and that he had a premonition of an ominous happening. While the suspects are few, possibilities are many. When an innocent man is sent to jail, Magnus Hooper, a criminal detective, vows to bring the perpetrator to justice. The web of crime with its intricate knots proves to be a challenge at each step. For Magnus, this proves to be an intriguing game and a precarious gamble.

 

REVIEW

Magnus hooper is a detective who solves around many criminal cases, the book will surely remind you a bit about Sherlock Holmes at the least. The book is a little lengthy read but worth it. it is really interesting to see how it is written by a teenager who is managing both her studies and as well as writing this amazing book. the efforts by the author can really be seen really well. The vocabulary is easy to understand. The thriller is alright to read but the attempt is really beautiful to see. The cover gives you a very mystical vibe as well as the title one might think of it as a sci-fi. The plot is alright. The characterization is fine as well. Cannot wait what the little magician has more to offer.

overall 4/5.

Yes Sir I Killed My Dad!: A Sons Grief Kindle Edition by Anuj Tikku

Yes Sir I Killed My Dad!: A Sons Grief by [Tikku, Anuj]

 

BLURB

The book is the story of the victim as he witnesses the unfolding drama of his Father’s Murder and the Mayhem unleashed by a bloodthirsty criminal Vijay Palande. The terror unleashed by his gang and the subsequent murder spree that rocked Mumbai during April 2012 are documented in this book as witnessed by the soul survivor. This is the stray of a grieving son groping in the dark for answers and trying to make sense of the tragedy that befell on him.

 

REVIEW

The cover of the book is not that great i feel it could have been much much better. The title is also scary and straight to the topic of the book. The book starts from episodes of Arjun’s life in Mumbai and how his father became a part of these crimes happening around and how it all broke him.
The words are simple and easy to understand. The plot is simple and not really very tough. The pace of the book varies at times. The characterization was alright as well. The book does involve in bringing alot of thrill to the reader.

A simple story with thrill wrapped in two stories across. Overall an alright read.

3.5/5