Being an ardent reader of books in the horror genre, I was very pleased on coming across this incredible short story written by Cowles. The author according to me has surpassed himself in this absolutely grotesque story of the unearthly Count Of Kaldenstein who as the title amply suggests is a vampire who continues living by feasting on the blood of innocent victims. Many of my … [Read more...] about #review The Vampire of Kaldenstein by Frederick Cowles
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It was a dark, stormy, moonless night. The man stepped out of the church which stood at the end of the forest path. The church stood behind the man . . . dark and silent. It was an old Franciscan church built in 1320 and deserted by the end of World War One. The man walked into the graveyard, his hands in his jean pockets. The rain fell across the full forest landscape … [Read more...] about #shortstory It was a dark, stormy, moonless night . . .
Last week, I read the famous and much-loved Roald Dahl creation 'Matilda'. I read this book because of an interactive and multimedia project I had prepared for my tuition children of the 5th grade. They were totally besotted with the book and there is no need to wonder why. In his own simplistic style, full of made up words and surprises, Roald Dahl enchants the reader, making … [Read more...] about #review Matilda by Roald Dahl
Human beings are very intricate pieces of work and teenagers are a certain category of human beings which are made up of ‘many intricate moods’. They construct themselves and the people around them according to their moods and fancies. They do this even with the Bible, and mark my words….the Bible is a teenage soul’s paradise. On this occasion, of ‘Bible Sunday’, I thought … [Read more...] about #literature ‘The Teenage Book Of Life!’