Friday, December 27, 2013

Mini Interview Review- The Bones of Stars by Giti Chandra


‘I am the blood that flows under all, I am the fire and bones of stars. . .’ In the colossal caldera of Yellowstone National Park, a geyser blows in a startling eruption of red, and young Akshat disappears. This is only the tiny, terrifying start to the primal battle, now resurrected in full fury, between the two ancient foes, Elrai and Edasich. As the frantic search for Akshat ensues, his cousins, the child-guardians entrusted with olden secrets, come together with a coven of witches to rescue their beloved Akshat – and indeed the world – from certain peril. But will their growing powers be enough against the merciless evil loosed by the desperate and vicious Hyena-faced One? Will they be able to save Earth from a cataclysm of scorching lava and pulverized rock? Who will finally don the good Elrai’s baldric and leash the trail of death and destruction? Gripping and heart-stopping, The Bones of Stars tracks the defiant crusade of six extraordinary young people against a formidable, brutal force that threatens to obliterate the whole world as you know it. And end it forever.

Hey guys! So today, we have a very unique review interview for today. This is by my younger brother's friend Ashutosh. He loves to read just as much as we do and The Bones of Stars is something I thought he'd like. He's going to share his thoughts about the book with us.

Q.1. Did you like the book?

A: Yes! The way the different aspects of the supernatural powers of the six are portrayed had me hooked to the book until the very end. The sudden twists and turns kept me on the very edge of my seat. The plot is mesmerizing. This book is a must read for juvenile readers looking for adventure and the supernatural. 

Q.2 What did you like the most?

A:  I like the usage and the command of the writer over the language. The different new concepts pertaining to the supernatural are explored very superbly. The concept of the Starstones, The Tree of Life were really fantastic!

Q.3 What did you not like about the book?

A:  Everything was really nice!

Q.4 Who was you favorite character in the book and why?

A: Amar because he can make metal via music. I mean, that is so. damn. cool.

Q.5 Describe the book/ your feelings about the book in 5 words.

A: Heart touching and subtly awesome.

Q.6 Would you recommend it to your friends? Who do you think would like the book?

A: Yup! People of my age group ie, Teenagers

A's Rating:

*Note: A copy of this book was provided by Hachette India in exchange for an honest review. We thank them.


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