Hello people, how are you all??? How is life?? I am doing okay. I got vaccinated 2 weeks back and the side effects were too severe on me. I had a fever, severe headaches, and also vomited😭😭. I just got over it and now my allergies are exploding again. Don’t ask me how I feel…because I feel pain😞😞.
So I am doing an underrated books readathon and I have been discovering some awesome books, this is one of them too and it’s truly awesome. Come along, let’s start this review, shall we???
Author: P.R. Morrison.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing India.
Genre: YA Fantasy.
Chapter: 35 Chapters.
Pages: 336 pages.
Series: Yes. (Archie Stringweed Series).
Time: 7 hours 15 minutes.
Publishing / Published: 1 January 2007.
Archie Stringweed lives in the windswept Scottish fishing village of Westervoe. Archie is sure that the wind talks to him and watches him. Why, Archie does not know. But as his tenth birthday arrives, everything is suddenly turned on its head.
Amazon: 4.5/5 Stars.
Goodreads: 3.55/5 Stars.Taken from their respective sources.
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This book swept my heart away. The characters, the plot, and the concept were all so good. I really liked every page of the book and fell in love with almost everything. The writing was so unique and fun. I had a great time reading it and it is perfect for Harry Potter fans. The character development is smooth and the concept is very different. This book is highly underrated and that makes me so sad because I have become a huge fan of this book and the author. I am trying to find the second book in this series but as it was not so famous it’s not available in many places. The book was such a nice fantasy ride through a curse and how to break it that I read it in just 2 sittings and had a hangover after finishing it. I would recommend it for people who want to try a new story that seems fresh to the eye and yet gives you Percy Jackson mixed with HP feeling. The only thing that I had trouble with was the ending as too many things were happening together so I had to reread it to understand it but it was still fun and worth reading. Overall this book is easy to read, highly underrated but recommended, and wonderful for all ages.
So that’s it for today. I hope you loved this review. I will be back soon with one more review and hope you all are safe and sound. Take care and see you soon, until then…
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