The House That Spoke
Penguin Random House
Book Review : The House That Spoke by Zuni Chopra
The House That Spoke is Zuni Chopra’s debut novel. Zuni, the 15-year-old daughter of Vidhu Vinod Chopra, has written The House That Spoke – a whimsical story of a girl Zoon who can talk to everything in her house.
This is a magical child fantasy tale and the fans of novels similar to Alice & Wonderland are going to love The House That Spoke by Zuni Chopra. The story of The House That Spoke is about a 14-year-old girl in Kashmir named Zoon living in a magical house where everything comes to life. And, Zoon can talk to almost all the things in the house; from chairs to paintings, even books and fireplace.
As the tale goes on, Zoon’s mother decides to sell the house and Zoon cannot let it happen. In the quest to stop the sale of ‘The House That Spoke‘, Zoon digs deep into the history of the house and discovers the darkness attached to it. The rest of the book is a fantastical tale how Zoon becomes the guardian of her house and finally Kashmir.
With engaging storytelling and beautiful scenes, The House That Spoke by Zuni Chopra is something that can be enjoyed over and over again.
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With engaging storytelling and beautiful scenes, it is magical tale that can be enjoyed over and over again
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About the Author : Zuni Chopra
Born in 2001, Zuni Chopra is the daughter of Bollywood filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra and critic Anupama Chopra. Zuni started her writing career at a young age of 10. Her first book, The Land of Dreams, was released in 2011 which is a collection of her poems. Zuni released another poetry book in 2014.
The House That Spoke is her first full-length novel. She has also won two gold medals in Taekwondo. Her priority is having fun and the great love of her life is her dog – Toffee.