Book Review of
Mussoorie’s Mythistory by Hugh and Colleen Gantzer
First question readers are bound to ask is: What is Mythistory?
Coined by Hugh and Colleen Gantzer, the word by combining two words Myth + History.
Page Counts: 120 pages
Publication Date: February 12th, 2019
Reading books from Niyogi Books has always been an amazing experience. Often their books are best among many I get to review. And this book, Mussoorie’s Mythhistory is among the best.
Mussoorie’s Mythistory is a collection of 12 carefully picked stories. In the heart of the stories lies events that happened and shook the people of that time and connected by a common thread that is Mussoorie.
Some stories give you an unexpected surprise, some shake you to the core and some gets embedded in your heart forever.
Hugh’s and Colleen’s narrative is so intricately weaved and vivid that you get lost on the hills of Mussoorie while reading these stories.
There were a few stories, I really loved reading:
- Fowl Play
- The Chrysallies
- Afghan Seed
Do I recommend this book?
On so many levels YES! This book is a perfect read for hot summer nights on a Hill Station. And an amazing experience of stories which our grandmother used to say on our bedtime in our childhood. This book has earned a 4.5/5 for its sheer beauty of storytelling.
My Rating: 4.5/5 stars
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