Once a helpless ball of fur, Genghis emerges as a mighty predator, the king of the forest. But the jungle isn't just his kingdom. Soon, Genghis finds himself fighting for his skin against equally powerful predators of a different kind--humans.
The very same ones that Vikram and Aditya get embroiled with when they attempt to lay their hands on a diary that belongs to a ruthless tiger poacher. Worlds collide when one ill-fated encounter plunges the boys and their friend Aarti into a thrilling chase that takes them deep into the magnificent game park of Ranthambore.
Journey through the wilderness, brimming with tiger lore, with a tale set in one of India's most splendid destinations.
Deepak Dalal's Ranthambore Adventure (Westland) is like a trip back to that beloved forest.For any child who has visited Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Deepak Dalal's Ranthambore Adventures is sure to transport them straight back into the Rajasthan forest.If you are worried about the tiger crisis and wish to initiate some discussions with your students, I'd recommend Ranthambore Adventure, the only one of its kind I have seen coming from India.
A Vikram–Aditya Story: Ranthambore Adventure (Now with a stunning new cover)