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Author : Urmila Mahajan
Illustrator : Preeta Suresh
A summer holiday brings Murli to Mango Tree Lane – an elusive outsider in the neighbourhood of grouchy Colonel Sinha, tight-fisted Rice Aunty and the snoopy Aunty duo. Twelve-year-old Rini and her little brother Tootoo are intrigued by the new boy. But innocent games soon turn into menacing ones as the three of them begin venturing into territories once forbidden. Glimpses into Rini’s diary look back at the haunting memories of events that escalate to a point of no return. A gripping, multi-layered story that spells out how danger can be real and close.
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|Book Details||160 pages, 8.5" x 5.5", black & white, soft cover|
|Tags||friendship, family, mystery, danger, dark secrets|
Moves at a clipping pace
A bold step by Mahajan to talk about a subject that is usually taboo in the world of children's fiction. it is a much needed book and should reach the hands of as many kids as possible - before they too get trapped on to this path of no return. Parents and teachers of pre-teens and teenagers should definitely encourage their kids to read this book and preferably have a frank and open discussion with them on the story. Young India Books