Where’s Tanya?

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Type: B&W

Size: 5 X 8  (Standard Novel)

Pages: 154

Font: Bigger reader-friendly font with apt spacing to make reading a pleasure

A girl goes missing and four boys of the same school are suspected of involvement in her disappearance. On one side is the thrilling police investigation, while on the other are eerie happenings that accompany as unexplainable events unfold one after the other leading to the truth. Get ready for a nail-biting chase to the end …

1 review for Where’s Tanya?

  1. David Isaiah

    A tapestry, well woven with colourful threads – that’s ‘Where’s Tanya’. This book is a window into a typical Indian school kid’s mind, the need for adventure – especially felt by those that grew up in a predominantly outdoor era, the importance and support of family, relationships, the list goes on.

    ‘Where’s Tanya?’ reminds me of an Enid Blyton-esque story, but without the gender profiles prevalent in times gone by. The author has also ‘kept it real’; although the story revolves around the younger generation, there is a dose of reality – that the world of today isn’t always a safe and happy place, even for children, something that children especially need to be aware of.

    The colourful threads are the various characters that move in and out, like actors that come on to the stage and then leave, making one wonder what role each will play in the grand scheme of things. The supernatural aspect is another grey, wispy thread that runs the entire length of the story, a chilling presence that’s always in the background.

    A well-written novel in all, and one that does not hint at being a maiden attempt. Unpredictable twists? Absolutely! Looking forward to the next novel.

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