Strange island and other stories in Justfiction-edition

The strange island and other stories

Two stories in one jacket. First, the strange island is the story of a girl with free spirit, she moves into a picturesque island and meets a man she just cant resist, ends up with more than she ever bargained for. She is ushered into a world of passion and strangest creatures. A world that is beautiful and enchanting in one hand but on the other hand its terrifying and scary. The second story, Magic Wardrobe is again the story of a girl who discovers a mysterious world in the home she inherited in a beautiful town in the lap of Himalayas, a gift from her aunt she has never met. There she takes a journey into a world that just is not possible yet it materialized for her. A world full of dangers and intrigue.

About the author:
Sharmishtha Basu is a writer, digital painter, blogger, and resident of Kolkata, West Bengal, India. She has written poems, stories, and essays on things Indian for years. She authors, illustrates, moderates few blogs, 2 ezines, has published a set of books in Kindle, justfiction & Shoptly. Her email-agnijaat@hotmail.com and sermistabasu@gmail.com

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