(OPENPRESS) August 3, 2012 -- Bizzare Escapades' is the first book in a series of adventure stories. This book follows the story of four adolescent boarding school boys. 'The Buddies', as they call themselves, though different in character and background, connect, as they are also neighbors in their home town. Typical of their age group, they are not influenced by their parents' prejudices.Their common curiosity and penchant for mischief leads them into a series of bizarre incidents involving a black magician, a cannibal, a smoking skeleton, cemeteries and such. Each encounter, scary at first, often takes unexpected paths and ends up in reality to be comical. The buddies remain unharmed throughout and ready for their next escapade.
The book delivers its promise of being 'bizarre' without being disturbing to the young reader as described in the foreword by Ruskin Bond.
"If I was a boy again, I'd like to have them as friends. And even now, if I had to spend a night in a haunted house with four companions, I'd choose this cheerful lot to keep me company. They'd scare the ghosts away'
- Ruskin Bond
Wyn la Bouchadiere, an Anglo Indian with Indo-French-Portuguese roots, achieved writing success way back in 1968 when she won the second prize for a short story titled "The Toddy Tapper's Daughter" that she wrote for Femina. This was translated to Kannada by Gulvadi. Extremely passionate about her writing, Wyn has also submitted stories for the Anglo‐Indian Magazine More Voices on the Verandah. In June this year, one such story, called Stone House, will be published by CTR Publications USA.
Boarding School Buddies is published by CinnamonTeal Publishing and is available on popular online book stores. Readers can have a glimpse of the first book of this adventure series online on www.Myebook.com and also on www.scribd.com
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