Review of Belas Rift

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Review of Belas Rift

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[Following is a volunteer review of "Belas Rift" by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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"The Hidden City of Chelldrah-ham : Belas Rift" by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen, is about Stig and Meg two "out of this world characters" who were having a peaceful life in their motherland until, a human discovered their place and tries to exploit their resources. The duo, to save their motherland from the wicked human start their journey to earth through an inter-dimensional rift. They reach England and get traumatized by the weird machinery and the peoples way of living. The pair start their adventure in search of "the human" and in this process they encounter various challenges, people and learn a lot about the modern technology. Will they be successful in their quest? Can they save their motherland from the dark human?

The book is well edited, I barely found any mistakes. There's a subtle continuity in the story and also provides readers with a wide range of genre's such as humour, sci-fi and fantasy. The story is not limited with particular type of narration and covers a wide range of aspects. The humor in the book never over shadow's the intense story line of the book and keeps the reader entertained. The narration of the author is enticing and lucid which makes the book alluring for every age group.

The wordplay by the protagonist's while learning about the new technology was humorous, such as btree for battery, smelly copter for helicopter etc. Pictures in the book makes it easy to understand different scenarios in the story, which further helps reader to indulge in the story line. The usage of different fonts also helps the reader to recognize different types of conversations between the characters.

The book was greatly moulded by the author which makes it hard to find any flaw's. The breathtaking build-up of the storyline created by the author keeps the reader captivating; but the tad overdetailing in the book makes it a bit sluggish. The book was professionally edited which leaves no room for grammatical error's.

On the overall look, the book was enjoyable which keeps the reader wondering about the possible outcomes, which gives an upsurge curiosity as the story goes on. I am rating this book a 4 out 4 stars, for it's immensely alluring storyline and its way of narration, even though it might be logy for selective readers. I would highly recommend "The Hidden City of Chelldrah-ham : Belas Rift" by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen to every age group and sci-fi/fantasy lovers who love a good laugh.

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Thanks for the great review!
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