House of Uncommons is a heartwarming and inspiring story of Krishnan, a teenager who has to cope with losing his mother and living with HIV. He moves to a new school in a different city, where he makes new friends and discovers new passions.
The author does a great job of portraying the emotions and challenges of Krishnan and his friends, as well as the beauty and culture of Snehagao. The story is based on real events, which makes it even more touching and realistic.
I enjoyed reading about Krishnan’s journey of finding hope and happiness amid adversity. The only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars is that I felt that some parts of the plot were too predictable or convenient. However, this did not take away from the overall enjoyment of the book.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes stories of friendship, courage, and resilience.
Available on Amazon Kindle Edition and Paperback.
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