Zoe Guire isn't sure. Having that elephant talk to her was really weird, and, as a rule, Zoe doesn't do weird. Except the thing is, when Zoe goes along on her mom's business trip to India, things get very weird, very quickly. Soon after she arrives, Zoe finds herself tagging alongside a kid named Zak, lost in a crazy city, with no money and no way home.
While not my normal reading pleasure I found the story to be fun and a quick read. I think what I liked most was picking up on some of the culture of India and their beliefs and such although it was hilarious reading about the escapades the children would get themselves into and out of but I am sure this would be a more enjoyable book for the younger folks instead of me.
I would have been scared out of my mind had I been in their shoes and Zoe was to a certain extent but then these kids have probably done far more traveling than I got to do and were more used to amusing themselves due to their parents working arrangements and all. I was more sheltered at that age I suppose so it's hard for me to really relate.
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Genre – Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths
Rating – G
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