My Sunny British Days
Thriller, adventure, and comedy are brought together in My Sunny British Days by Shreyans Ranjalkar. Written by a child for children, his stories take you on a magic carpet ride of adventure and bring to you: "The Lost Island", where a mysterious ring found by Sam and Jack transports them into a world of mystery, magic, and dark sorcery. Challenged by an unknown enemy, they attempt to free captives enslaved by a powerful spell. Then just when they think they have returned to the world they love and know, they are again summoned in "The Lost Island and Return of the Dark Devil". Who calls this time, friend or foe?
In "The Evil Lunch Ladies from Outer Space", hundreds of helpless children are rendered unconscious. What appears to be a "normal" school day, turns into a nightmare. George, Louis, and Jack mysteriously escape, and now it's up to them to save their peers. In "The Small Big Mistake", Mr. Harry is the kindest soul you could know. So kind that he manages to find himself in all types of mistaken situations. Yet one day will tell the rest apart. A sunny, happy day for Mr. Harry turns to panic and pain. Let the sunshine of
My Sunny British Days warm your heart and bring back your own cherished memories. Step into the magical lands and experience the miraculous.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes sure, The audio book by Shreyans creates as visual spectacle in the minds of the listeners, and the stories seems to unravel..
Who was your favorite character and why?
What does Shreyans bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Background score and excellent narration brings more colour..
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
Want to listen to many more such audio books...
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
loved the book, takes you into an other world and very entertaining, recommended for every child.
In a league of Harry Potter, a mini version I suppose.
If you could sum up My Sunny British Days - Stories for Children by a Child in three words, what would they be?
Cant believe it that Shreyans is a young kid.
What did you like best about this story?
Amazing story line and most of all the book keeps you hooked. A teen writing and talking about life with seeing through his own perceptions. I just loved it.