Death and the Underhouse by Christina Caniyo – Review


As a child playing in the cellar of her house called the underhouse, Kira feels a vibration coming from a pair of huge stone eyelids. There she meets Angras, a strange boy possessing super-human abilities. He tells her he came through these eyelids. They soon strike up a friendship with each other. However, this is short-lived due to her grandfather’s death. Her mysterious father, livid at this incident, tells her Angras was just a dream.

But Kira knows deep down this is not the truth. She continues to have nightmares of the underhouse. Years later, she comes home to stay with her grandmother and returns to the underhouse where she finally goes through the Eyes to enter a strange new world full of magic and unusual creatures. There, she meets Angras as well. But he has grown into a brooding man, no longer the vivacious child of the past due to vicious darkness spreading over his world. Can Kira save Angras’ world and survive the discovery of who her father is. Read Death and The Underhouse by Christina Caniyo to find out.

Death and the Underhouse by Christina Caniyo - Review & book cover
Death and the Underhouse by Christina Caniyo – Review

Rating: 4 out of 5.
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Emma's New Life by Paul G. Wilson

Emma's New Life by Paul G. Wilson
Emma’s New Life by Paul G. Wilson

Rating – 5/5

Emma is a hedgehog who feels she is leading a dull life, and her friends lead a far more exciting life than her. She keeps on complaining how all of them have so much excitement in their lives, however, she barely has any lively moment in her life. She yearns for an adventure.

One day, her wish is granted, and she finds herself transported to a completely different world, the world of the Humans. She tries adjusting herself to her new surroundings but soon finds herself out of depth, facing threatening situations she could have never imagined.

Will Emma be forever trapped in the cruel world of the humans, or will she return to her beloved woods? Read Emma’s New Life by Paul G Wilson to find out.

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