Book Review – Flyaway Boy

Book Title – Flyaway Boy
Author –Jane De Suza
Published By – Puffin
Recommended Age Group – 9-12 years

Kabir is an ordinary boy at first glance, but there’s an astonishing difference between his biological and mental age. Despite being an imaginative and kind individual, he often finds himself sidelined by peers, teachers, and even his own family, almost invisible to those around him. However, when he mysteriously disappears, he becomes the center of attention. His elder sister and the police mobilize to find him, leaving the question hanging – will Kabir ever return to his family? Discover the answer in ‘Flyaway Boy’ by Jane De Suza. 

Flyaway Boy is an amazing book, full of guffaws and suspense. This book will make your day. Jane de Suza has done a great job in her portrayal of Kabir and makes his character splendidly believable. Kavni, his elder sister, is the exact opposite of Kabir’s jaunty and carefree style. They are quite a pair!

The story itself is life-changing and thought-provoking. The author talks about how many children feel and react towards situations like in the book, emphasizing the importance of remaining positive despite the challenging circumstances. 

To sum it up, Flyaway Boy is a captivating, comical and beautifully articulated book that will keep you hooked for hours. Read it today!

You can purchase your copy of the book from here.

// This book review has been penned by 9-year-old Abir Barve as a part of a book reviewing writing workshop conducted by Beyond the Box //

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