‘Chakravarthy Investigates’ Book Review by 12 year old Bookosmian from Chennai
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Do you know what realistic fiction is? It is a genre of stories where the characters and the settings seem real and feel like they could happen to anyone in real life. 12 year old F Kaitlyn Breena from Chennai reviews one such tale by award winning author Sowmya Rajendran.
Kaitlyn is a student of NSN Memorial Senior Secondary School.
Author: Sowmya Rajendran
I got this book when I was studying in 6th grade in my old school Olive Public School.
This book is about a young boy and his fascination for detective work.
Let me tell you a little bit about the plot of the story.Chakravarthy is a young boy who is inspired by detectives. He even dresses like one.
Once during festival time, the whole Patel street is crowded. He does what he does best- observe people through his binoculars. While he does that, he sees something unusual- a woman crying and speaking to a police officer. It’s time for Chakravarthy to put his detective skills into action. Does he manage to find out the woman’s problem and help her with a solution? For that you will have to read the story, but let me tell you that the ending is a real interesting one!
The lead character Chakravarthy is well written. He may not be a real detective but he doesn’t let that discourage him.
The central idea of the story is how we can use our intelligence to find solutions like how Chakravarthy does. The writing style of the story is very elaborate.
My favorite part of the story is the climax when Chakravarthy buys himself something to further establish his look as a detective.
The best age group for reading this book is 10-14 years.
I would rate this book 4/5
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