Mohanty's serial killer has all the traits of a gentleman when it comes to ladies, yet he ends up killing them. With his chameleonic personality, he moves from one city to another taking on new identities, charming unsuspecting girls and getting away with murders, literally. In the end, readers will root for him, despite all his crimes. I only hope the book doesn’t inspire someone to turn a serial killer.
is our newly
launched e-zine, and Ruskin Bond, the iconic writer
is the guide and mentor for this e-zine. According
to him the three R's - Reading, Writing and
Arithmetic - are the foundations on which human
learning stands. Obsolete they may seem and strange
it may appear that two of the R's do not start with
the alphabet R, it is the phonetics that counts.
And dear Kids,
Ruskin Bond would love to read your stories here. If
you are lucky, you may receive his comment and
helpful suggestions. So if you have anything to
share - a story you have written, an essay, a poem,
an experience, an adventure, a joke, a puzzle,
anything, just send them to us and we will publish
Just click and read the wonderful stories and articles here, many of these are written by school children like you. This site is will take you to the land of ghosts and goblins, of Halloween and Santa Claus, of cricket and quidditch, of fairies and toons, of demons and witches, of chocolates and ice-creams - the land where you truly belong.
Those of you, who are not kids, but have a mind that is creative and
child-like, may also send your entries. But first read
our submission guidelines. We welcome all good
articles meant for readers of all ages.
So all budding writers (and readers, of-course), whether children or grown up, send in your articles and also your comments, reviews or critique about the articles you read here.
Happy reading, writing and 'arithmetcking' then!
Ruskin Bond would love to read
your short stories, poems or articles. The ones
he selects will find a place on this site and in
our future issues of Zenith Star. So go ahead
and submit your writings. But first, read our
Language is Fun (Contest # 5)
For Grades 8 & 9 (Age 13-14)
The number of entries continues to be disappointing for the last few months. Therefore this contest is discontinued for the next month.