I received the book, The Magic in the lost temple by Nishant Joshi as a review copy from the author and am thankful to him for the same.
Ayesha and Stuti are two ordinary girls leading an ordinary life. But one day, they find out the real purpose of their existence. On their sneaky visit to a remote fire temple, Jwalana and Krishnavartama, the subjects of Lord Agni, take control of their bodies.
How will this union of demigods and humans play out?
How will they use their new-found superpowers?
Will they be able to achieve their purpose?
Ayesha Tiwari is scared of her father and tries to do well in school, but to no avail. She is bullied by her classmates and then she meets Stuti Sharma and she improves both in studies and behaviour. The ten year olds, though opposites, become best friends. Stuti, an extrovert coaxes Ayesha, an introvert to go on an adventure- the adventure to find the lost temple.
I loved the way the story has been written. The author has developed the characters well and then brought the mystery in. the language is simple and the story stops at a point where the reader is left wanting for more.
A beautiful book which will keep the adults and children equally enthralled.
Disclaimer: I received a free e-copy of the book from the author in return for my honest review. I have NOT received any monetary compensation for the same.