Gita V.Reddy is a writer of fiction for children and adults. She enjoys thinking up tales of different genres. She has written mysteries, adventure, fantasy, science fiction, and even an animal tale for children.
Ms Reddy was born in India, is a post graduate in Mathematics, worked in a bank for twenty-six years, is married to a physics professor, has a son doing research in neuro-electronics, and loves literature. Yes, her life is as mixed up as the multiple genres she writes.
She enjoys painting and spending time with her family, and LOVES walking in the rain.
on May 28, 2015 :
This is a children's book, but This grandma put away her adult card and enjoyed it. It shows how worried parents get and why, when children aren't where they should be.
(review of free book)
on May 15, 2015 :
Just the title alone can send shock running up and down one's spine, but this short story is more mystery than absolute shock.
Sneha is a very young girl, who is discovered missing after playing a game of hide and seek. Her friends think she's hiding very well as they did not find her. Others believed she just went home to do homework after playing. But Sneha was, indeed, missing.
There was a strange car in the neighborhood and one of the children saw Sneha crouched next to that very same car.
Suspicions ran wild as to what happened to and where was Sneha. Her parents were frantic and her friends grew concerned. The police were called and many were on the look out for Sneha. Where was she? Was she ever found? You'll have to read the book to find out.
The reader will find this book easy to read, engaging, full of mystery, and perk one's curiosity or interest toward the world of higher learning.
As an added bonus, you'll find an additional short story at the back of this book titled Adi the Virus. He is a very talkative boy, whereby his teacher feels he's disruptive and continually moves his seat to other parts of the class. You'll discover the reason why his teacher refers to him as the virus. You will enjoy this fun story, as it has a moral to it, but is just plain good and fun reading as well.
(review of free book)