Greetings My Lovelies!
It’s Monday so that’s means that it’s time once again for me to do a book review. Yea! So here’s how this works. I rate books on a scale of coffee cups….because I love coffee. Also there will be no spoilers in these reviews.
0 cups= I hated it/couldn’t finish
1 cup= did like but finished bc I’m stubborn
2 cups= meh
3 cups= Not the best but interesting enough to finish
4 cups= I really like it.
5 cups=OMG YOU HAVE TO READ THIS
Kiran is embarrassed by her parents. I mean what kid wouldn’t be when they tell you your whole life that you are a real Indian princess they found in a clay pot in a mystical river in another realm. Well, on her 12th birthday she finds that what she thought were crazy stories were all true. Now she has to hurry to the place where all spells go to die to save her parents, and learns some interesting things along the way.
In the wake of Rick Roridan, there seems to be an influx of sassy pre-teens who are actually related to mythical gods flooding the market. I for one, love this! Especially when they’re from countries that I don’t know a lot about. This is the second book that I’ve read that is based on Indian folk lore. Kiran is a pretty likable character with a corny sense of humor and real motivations. I wouldn’t say that I love this book but I’m going to read the second one before I decided whether or not I really like it. I have a bad habit of judging a series by the first book.
This book is an easy read and quite enjoyable. I might reread it again later on down the road but I’m on the fence.
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