About The Book :- Chela: The Adventures of Jack and Ty is in part a tribute to one of the greatest writers and
humorists of the twentieth century, Sir P.G. Wodehouse, and a spoof on the fantasy genre where anything and everything can happen at any given moment and time. Jack is a hungry jackal, booted out of his clan for being lazy and incapable of providing for himself. One night while wandering a patch of forest he accidentally steps on the tail of a tiger that is understandably furious at the jackal. The tiger Ty, confronts the jackal with the latter begging forgiveness. The commotion dies down and they soon go their separate ways. Fate, however, brings them together again and they soon realize they are both facing a similar predicament – an acute shortage of food. The two strangers soon become comrades and along with Herbert, a cross between a wolf and a pariah dog, set out on a journey through the vast woodland of Baganpore and beyond in search of food. On the way they face perils aplenty in the form of diabolical relatives, cunning scavengers, a mysterious banyan tree and a lake that isn’t what it appears to be.
My Review :- The cover page of the book is much fascinating, early introduction by seeing the spread page resemble you feel this book is for children just in any case it is for every one of us and children must read this book to know the real significance of life so they can carry on with a superior life.
I feel this book is the most ideal approach to depict reality about society. The way author utilized anecdotal characters like jackal and tiger is especially intriguing. The book cover every one of the parts of human connection like adoration, kinship, double-crossing, and so on. The dialect utilized as a part of this book is too great, you can undoubtedly interface yourself with the book in less time. I adored each page of this book, this is the colossal work of fiction. This book show us a considerable measure about life. The way protagonist survived is motivating. I congratulate the writer to compose such superb book. I would like to congratulate publisher too to publish this fantastic work.
I suggest every reader to read this fantastic book.