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My Rating - 4 out of 5 stars

Publisher - Self-Published
Genre - YA Fiction
Publishing year - 2022
Language - English
ISBN - 978-93-5737-200-8
Pages - 110

The Mystery of The Graveyard Gold by B. Fuddle

Book Review -
 

B. Fuddle's (penname) debut book, The Mystery of The Graveyard Gold, pivots around Karthik, Aarav, and Asha's wit and braveness to unravel the secrets adults can't. 

Karthik and Aarav accidentally discovered a pot of gold in the cemetery one night and realized that it was from an ancient era; not knowing what to do with the gold coins, they started gathering information which led them to a few places in Bangalore city. 

Aarav's younger sister Asha figured out the boys' finding and the secret hideout, and she has loads of additional information to offer, which helps them to understand the case better. So, with boldness and intelligence, they concluded the riddle, but first, they had to face the thieves and goons. 

Will they be able to expose the real culprits? Will the adults listen to them or be denied an audience considering they are merely kids who are good at cooking stories? 

If you wish to know the answer, then read this book. Overall, it is a fast-paced book filled with lightness and adventures. The main characters were kids, and B. Fuddle gracefully balanced their portrayal with nonchalance and smartness. 

The book is for young adult readers, but I urge them not to get influenced by the characters and start their own detective work or put themselves in dangerous situations. Instead, please focus on the bright side, the bond Aarav and Asha shared, and how Aarav realized his mistake of bullying Karthik. So, be mindful, youngsters, and enjoy reading this story. 

I am looking forward to reading the second book in the AKA Detective series, as the premise of that looks promising, and I hope that this time the book will be brief. I recommend it.

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