Book review #5: Tara and the giant queen by Gita V. Reddy:

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Books: Tara and the Giant queen

Author: Gita V. Reddy

Pages: 206 pg.

Date read: 3/5/17

Rating: 5 stars

I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review. 

Summary from Goodreads:

Tara and the Giant Queen is a fantasy in the Land of Giants. Nine-year old Tara finds herself in a strange land after a storm. She accidentally lands on the head of the queen of giants and is taken into her care. The good queen promises to help her return home but there are evil giants who believe Tara is a magician and are out to capture her for her magic powers. What follows is danger, courage and a fascinating journey home. And yes, fun, because Tara and the boy-giant, Montek, become great friends.

Previously published under the title: Cheetaka, Queen of Giants.

 

My review:

This book took me longer than I thought it would to finish it but it was very good. I loved most of the characters and I was able to relate to them as well. I also loved the action in the story and I loved the ending of the story as well. I loved the plot of the story and the description of the settings where the Giants lived were very well written and I could easily picture where everything was. I also really liked how the book ended on a positive note. This book was definitely one of my favorite books of the year and and I would definitely recommend it.

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