The Combat of Magic and Miracles by Samuel Dharmendar | Book Review
Summary:Indulge in the combat of magic and miracles between venomous reptiles and mighty birds in the land of Bethel. Deborah, who lost her mother at an early age, is raised by her loving father to be a brave-spirited girl. The serpent queen Diana captures Deborah's father. Deborah desperately seeks the help of a king. From him, she learns she is no ordinary girl. She is the queen of birds, the eternal enemy of the reptiles. And this escalates the conflict to a never before zenith. Will Deborah win this combat?
Release date:October 8th, 2019
No. of Pages:Paperback, 43 Pages
The story takes you to the wonderland of Bethel, it's all about the battle between good and evil. The cover of the book is beautiful. The title is simple yet perfect for the story, given what follows in the plot. I loved the author's writing style. The language of the book is simple enough to connect with the readers.
The length of the book is short and you can finish it in a hour. The characters are well developed, the setting is believable, and there are no spelling or grammatical errors I can find. I would recommend this book to you all. Do give it a read.