How Eva Mary the 11-year-old novelist penned her first adventure story

Eva Mary
Eva Mary is a student at Kakkanad Rajagiri Christu Jayanti School..

Eva Mary Hormis, a student of class six couldn’t hold back the words that were gushing from within. First it was just an idea, then it gained form and shape and grew into a fully fledged children’s novel written in 125 pages. The novel narrates the story of six teenagers and their incredible adventure that takes them closer to their dream. Eva’s debut novel titled The Csirars Out on A Magical Adventure has Carter Owen, the son of business tycoon John Owen and Glydy Owen as the protagonist. The novel that begins in San Francisco ends in the mega city of New York. However, the dream land that the youngsters are trying to set their foot in is the focal point in the novel.

The key to the magical world of this fabulous novel lies in Crater’s own words, “I’m a normal boy. Or was a normal boy. Circumstances made me a ‘saviour’.” The novel opens up an enchanting world of unique imagery and is sure take the kid’s on a spectacular magical journey. The amazing depiction of how children react to adult’s behavior pattern makes this book an interesting read. So, it would be a great reading experience for the adults too. This novel surely opens a door to the thought process and ideas of the new generation. The novel is available on all online retail platforms including Amazon.

Eva is a student at Kakkanad Rajagiri Christu Jayanti School. She is also the winner of RJ Hunt Radio Super Star that was organized by noted publishing house Harper Collins India. It took Eva eight months to complete this novel. She is the daughter of businessman Hormis Isaac Vithayathil and Riya Cyriac who is a software engineer. Two year old Eric is her only sibling.

Eva’s dream is to pen lots of interesting novels and stories. She says she got the idea of the novel in her sleep at night. 

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