A ROLLING RIDE OF SPYING!
Storizen|October 2020
The story is about a 17-year-old teenager, Samira Joshi.
Swapna Peri

It was 90's I think, during my school times, there were many books and TV shows for children that were based on mystery spying and such adventures. On Indian Television, there were some shows where the protagonist was a teenager, either boy or girl. The episodes had wit, humour, fun, suspense, emotion and social message. After a long time, while reading the college romance books or Young Adult love stories, this book - 'Along Came a Spyder' is refreshing and unique.

The story is about a 17- year-old teenager, Samira Joshi. Ever since she was aware that her parents are the RAW agents, to become a spy was the only target she had.

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