A rat and a spider pitted against the human scourge of globalization. What was that, you ask? Well, that’s what Monideepa Sahu’s The Riddle of the Seventh Stone is all about. Read the full review.
From Venkat Thatha’s humble home to rotting garbage heaps to never-ending traffic jams to dank, musty sewers, The Riddle takes you on a ride like no other. And in doing so, it raises some interesting and pertinent questions.
There’s action, suspence, drama, super powers, and let’s not forget humour. This one is highly recommended for children of all ages.
You can buy the book in India from here.