Aru Shah and the Song of Death
Aru Shah And The Song Of Death written by Roshani Chokshi is a funny book that fans of mythology will love. Aru Shah’s thoughts make the book humorous. Aru Shah And The Song Of Death would be loved by tweens who like fantasy. This book is an exciting follow up to Aru Shah And The End Of Time that readers won’t want to put down. Aru Shah And The Song Of Death gives the message that stealing is wrong. Aru Shah is relatable because she doesn’t want to loose her friends. Mini, Aru Shah’s best friend in Aru Shah And The End Of Time and Aru Shah And The Song Of Death does not like breaking rules or germs. Brynne, Aru’s friend is relatable because she likes food and protecting her friends. Aru, Mini and Brynne’s friend Aiden is relatable because he wants his mom to be happy. Adiden figured out how his mom could be happy even though his dad left him and his mom. Aru Shah And The Song Of Death teaches readers about Hindu mythology. My favorite part of the book was when Aru, Mini, Brynne, and Aiden are fighting a giant evil crab.
|Page Count||400 pages|
|Publisher||Rick Riordan Presents|
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