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P.B. Kerr. The Cobra King of Kathmandu (Children of the Lamp, Book 3)
Scholastic  $8.99  ISBN 978-0-439-67024-1  373 pg.
Reviewed by Joe, Age 13

“You think you can do it?” asked Brad, hearing Dybbuk’s laughter.

“Sure I can do it”.

Twins John and Philippa have found themselves in the grasp of another mystery. This mystery leads them to many foreign places like Nepal and India. While in these lands they discover a cult. Soon the cult is after them and will stop at nothing to have them. The Twins must find something that can protect them or be captured by the evil cult.

The Cobra King of Kathmandu is the third book in the Children of the Lamp series. I think this is a good book because it is captivating, intriguing and an excellent book for strengthening your imagination. While reading, the pictures that I envisioned were vivid and full of detail, showing the authors skill. If you read this book I’m sure you will enjoy it because it’s a book that kids can read easily. I recommend this book for ages 10 and up. And if you like this book, you should read the next book in the series The Day of the Djinn Warriors. The first two books in this series are The Akhenaten Adventure and The Blue Djinn of Babylon.

I give The Cobra King of Kathmandu four out of five stars because the Children of the Lamp books have kept me reading.

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