Iora the Quest of Five WHAT IS THE MYSTERIOUS FIVE That s the question that little Iora a resident of Twitterland a hidden rainforest civilisation must answer in order to save her father s life Searching for him she ent

  • Title: Iora & the Quest of Five
  • Author: Arefa Tehsin
  • ISBN: 9788172344160
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Paperback
  • WHAT IS THE MYSTERIOUS FIVE That s the question that little Iora, a resident of Twitterland, a hidden rainforest civilisation, must answer in order to save her father s life Searching for him, she enters the Wacky Wilderness an enchanted jungle where she learns that it is not just her father s life that s threatened The entire jungle is doomed And thus begins Iora s incWHAT IS THE MYSTERIOUS FIVE That s the question that little Iora, a resident of Twitterland, a hidden rainforest civilisation, must answer in order to save her father s life Searching for him, she enters the Wacky Wilderness an enchanted jungle where she learns that it is not just her father s life that s threatened The entire jungle is doomed And thus begins Iora s incredible adventure with dwarf Beetle and her bosom foe Owlus, and together, the three encounter many tribes, clans and creatures of the wild But as they carry on this mad and marvellous expedition, little do they know that destiny has an evil surprise in store for them .

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    1. Its a funny but determined tale of Iora, who resides in the jungles of Twitterland. The names of places, and charaters are totally out of the world, like a forest named 'Wacky Wilderness', a grandfather named 'Cockatoo' and a dwarf named 'Beetle'. Its not easy to create whole new world, but the author has done a commendable job of bringing Twitterland, and its inhabitant to life. Loved the wonderful characters, strange languages and quirky names. Its a fun book to read, and the story is engaging [...]

    2. Hilarious book to say the least. It has tons of new characters with unique personalities and some imaginative names. There's a 'Chirkut', a 'Daddy Long Legs', a 'Baba', a dead rotting away bird which has been resurrected called 'Yaya'; so there's no dearth of charactersI liked Iora who is highly inquisitive, and quite naughty too, her character has been etched beautifully. She resides in a whole new world named Twitterland, so there's new things and stuff to discover at every turn. The book has [...]

    3. Even though a book for children or young-adult, this writing lacks depth. The story has been woven without designing any plot. It seemed that the story had a concept and the writer knew the end; everything in between served as just a filler. Not a well thought out work.Kids of 4 and 11 talk with the same intelligence level as that of an adult. Very little focus provided to characterization. Much is left without any explanation or clues. Story gets repetitive very soon. It seemed the protagonists [...]

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