AUTHOR: W.I.Zard (Drishti Nanwani)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Drishti Nanwani graduated from the University of Sydney with a double major in English literature and Gender studies. Drishti first started writing for her high school newspaper when she was only fifteen years old. What started as movie reviews grew into a popular fan fiction story and eventually culminated in Enchanted Incognito, her debut novel. Along the way, Drishti has also dabbled in journalist articles for Indian Link newspaper, Backyard Opera and more.
Drishti is currently working on the next installment to Athiya and Elliot’s story and hopes that you will continue reading the rest of the Enchanted Series.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
So you want to hear my miserable tale? Bad idea. Go live vicariously through a girl whose life worked out the way she planned. A girl who didn’t wake up one morning and find that her relatively simple, albeit disconnected life had been turned upside down and filled with the darkest of magic and worst of curses. Here I thought the SATs and college applications were complicated!
Have you ever felt so completely lost and out of place you wondered if your life was really even yours? Well, I have. I’ve lived most of my life feeling as though I were trapped in someone else’s, so when I found out that I was born a witch, it all started to fall into place. That is until I met the tall, dark and mysterious Elliot and realized that dating in the mortal world has got nothing on the complication, desire and mistrust that surrounds romance in the magical world. It doesn’t help that our families are mortal enemies either. Did Romeo and Juliet have to suffer plagued curses and time travel in their struggle? I think not. As tragic as their tale was, they were fully responsible for their fate, but not Athiya and Elliot. No, our story was completely out of control.
Enchanted Incognito will keep you hooked till the very last page and you may end up becoming a fan of the Enchanted Series. Drishti Nanwani has the capability of becoming next J K Rowling or we can say the Indian J K Rowling. The cover of the book is amazing and beautiful. The story begins with a girl who is going to experience a major change in her life. She is a witch and is now ready to join the Witch School.
Enchanted Incognito is full of mysteries, magic, love, murder and you are definitely going to love this experience. Drishti has connected each and every single clue from the very beginning which will interest you the most. Her way of writing is really impressive and she can do wonders in future. There was not a single weak point the story but it could have been more interesting and mysterious if there were more twists and turns. Talking about twists and turns I was amazed by the end of the story, it was something least expected. Overall I loved the book and would love to read the entire Enchanted Series. Waiting for the next book!