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Ruskin Bond - Rusty and the Magic Mountain
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Rusty's adventures in the Doon valley and the Garhwal hills Rusty, having run away from his guardian's home, is now trying to define his identity as he lives with the Kapoor family, tutoring their son Kishen and occupying the room on the roof. Soon, he becomes close to Kishen and, in the company of Meena Kapoor, begins to come into his own as an individual.
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Rusty, however, is not ready to settle down to college — he wants to explore the mysterious Witch Mountain, though not on his own. There is also a beautiful princess. The witch rani has a murder of crows at her beck and call and she condemns Rusty and his friends to a diet of endless bananas and refuses to release them unless they bring her a singing stone which can only be found near the top of the mountain in a region plagued by earthquakes. The beautiful princess is there to help but she is not what she appears to be — though exactly what she is remains a riddle. There are snippets of Arthurian legends mixed in with Grimm and Ruskin Bond does a good job of making our flesh creep — creepier than usual actually possibly due to the complaints of a young reader who wanted more scary stories. Surprisingly, this book for all its fascinating detail, has a problem with loose ends.
View Larger Image. Ask Seller a Question. Rusty, the boy whose stories have charmed and entertained children for years, brings together his best adventures in one volume! From the time he was a boy living with his grandparents in Dehra, surrounded by an assortment of odd animals, people and relatives, to when he gets sent away to school, then makes his way to London and becomes a writer, Rusty s had more adventures than we can count. The Adventures of Rusty brings together his best, funniest, most exciting escapades. In these pages there s Toto, the monkey that travelled in a bag in a train; an encounter with a leopard; life as a young writer in faraway London; and the return home to roots that were always loved and never forgotten.
Ruskin Bond is a standout amongst the most well-known writers and authors of India. His first novel was The Room on the Roof , which he composed at an age of seventeen and earned the John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize in the year His works can likewise be found in reading material of relatively every school. Bond has been composing for his Indian fans since the s, yet pundits have tended to give careful consideration to expatriate Indian writers as opposed to the indigenous ones. With this rundown, we mean to convey to our readers a list of 35 of the best Ruskin Bond Books out of the more than books, expositions and short stories composed by him. I have read most of them, but your post made me realize that I do have a few pending to be read. Am rushing to the bookstore after this post!