Nargun And The Stars || Book Review.

Books, books, and more books😍😍😍. Books make all bookworms go crazy. I can’t even imagine how beautiful books can be. This book was also one of those and I thought I should share it with you all. So let’s go people, shall we???

So people I have exams and Viva and projects and assignments and my whole year got over in lockdown😭😭. I don’t know where to go to wipe my tears. A full-length post is coming out with my ranting soon🤧🤧. Be ready people. Now let’s talk about this book, let’s go people.

•Book Description:

Author: Patricia Wrightson.

Publisher: Hutchinson.

Genre: Australian Mythology.

Chapter: 15 Chapters.

Pages: 160 Pages.

Series: No.

Time: 2 hours and 15 minutes.

Publishing / Published: 28 February 1989.

•Official Summary:

The Nargun was born of the rocks when the earth was first formed. When Simon Brent moves to Wongadilla from the city, he turns to the land and the spirits who inhabit it for comfort. Among them lurks the Nargun, a spirit older than time itself, and a spirit who is not happy to be disturbed.

•Critics Ratings.

Amazon: 🌟4.3/5 Stars🌟.

Goodreads: 🌟4.01/5 Stars🌟.

Taken from respective sources.

•My Ratings.

•My Review.

This book is so highly underrated. I loved each and everything in this book. I expected it to be a book related to a bad aunt torturing her orphan and he meets the Nargun and they become friends but it was totally and I mean totally different. Like mind-blowing. The book was so nicely and smoothly written. All the characters were well developed and also presented nicely. The book was short and to the point. The language was not easy…it was quite hard as this book was first written in 1989. It took me more than 4 hours to finish the whole book but still, it was worth it. This book is so so underrated and I wish more people would have read this book. I loved it and I recommend it to everyone out there reading this. READ THIS BOOK!!!!!

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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21 thoughts on “Nargun And The Stars || Book Review.

  1. I am glad to hear you enjjoyed the book, and presuming you have recovered since we last heard from you?
    I wish you health and happiness, dear Suzan.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx

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    1. Thank you so much Pete. I am better now but I will say this, you have to have to try this book. It’s perfect for you🤗🤗🤗💙.

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  2. I am still not done with the Indian mythology and you moved to Australian Mythology and so I am really impressed with you Suzan. Keep reading mythologies of various nation and share your reviews with us

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    1. This book is a must for you Samata, it is for you. Trust me, you will love it.

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  3. Some books which are under rated by critics actually turn out to be the best ones. This book falls under that category… adding this to my tbr…

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    1. Read it soon. It’s a mind blasting book😍😍

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  4. A short book is always worth reading. I am so happy that you could find a good book and actually enjoyed it.

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  5. Wow, Australian Mythology!!!, I mean I am Struggling with Indian,, and Here You have gone International!!

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    1. Try this if you go international too😂😂

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  6. I have heard stories about the Nargun and they seem interesting creatures, I don’t know if this book encapsulates the same creature but sure seems interesting one to read.

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    1. Just read this book, you will find more about it😍😍.

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  7. This happens most of that time even underrated books are highly recommended sometimes. This happens with me several times and I was devastated. The book seems having a different concept. I liked it. Thanks for this post ❤️❤️

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  8. I didn’t know about the existence of Australian mythology. I am currently reading Greek and Roman mythology. Would love to read this book someday. Great take Suzan.

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    1. This book is definitely for you kesu🤗🤗.

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  9. Wow.. This is the first time I have heard about this book. I love mythology. Thanks for the review.

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  10. Some books are underrated due to the lack of marketing. These days authors have to be the PR also for bringing their crafts to light.

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    1. This book should never be underrated. It’s that mind blowing.

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  11. Firstly wishing you All the very Best for your exams. Coming at the review I’m glad that you enjoyed the book. Seems a very interesting plot and a very artistic cover.

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment and for your wishes. You should try it too, it’s a great read😍

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