Badshah Bisht is a famous wizard, and the only person who can perform the dangerous “Dance of the Phoenix” act. Emperor Shah Jahan has honoured him for his acts.
When a deadly disease strikes Badshah and an evil magician attacks and takes over his home, the book containing the knowledge of the celebrated act is destroyed. Now it is only saved in Badshah's mind.
Badshah sets out to find someone who can help him safeguard his knowledge, and meets 11-year-old Titli, who wishes to become the first ever female magician. With little time left, the old wizard must train the vivacious and energetic Titli within the nick of time. She is his only hope.
Will Titli succeed in becoming the perfect disciple? Is there a cure available for the magician’s illness or will Shah Jahan lose his favourite wizard forever? Will The Good Wizard be able to reincarnate himself inside little Titli?
The Good Wizard
Reading age :
9 to 12 years
Prasun Roy lives with his family in Kolkata and writes stories in varied genres, including adventure, mystery, thrill and young adult fiction. With an aptitude to explore human emotions and relationships, Prasun prefers the use of simple language. He is the Director of his family-owned business of pharmaceutical manufacturing and marketing. He is trained in western classical piano and he is also an active blogger.