A diverse collection of spooky tales spanning the length and breadth of India
Welcome to a world of crime and horror, where perfect people are hiding a dirty secret and will do whatever they can to keep it hidden.
Sometimes, when you're in a hole, it's best to stop digging. This applies as much to messing with the climate as anything else, except even more so. For the first time in the history of the world, it was literally raining carbon. Long before it stopped, the guilty would pay, but so would the innocent...
Do you think people stop talking once they are dead? Then let this book change your mind.
Gone is such a disturbing mix of violence, cruelty, horror, and supernatural activity that I find it surprising that it is so popular with the target audience: young adults. Are children aged under fifteen really capable of such cruelty and lack of empathy? I'm no child expert, but I shudder at the thought of … Continue reading Book Review: Gone by Michael Grant