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    Introduction-writing essays on my favorite book Besides reading the prescribed text-books. Iread other books in my spare time. During my holidays I read mostly the books outside my course. Thus every holiday adds to the books I have read. I read books both in Hindi and English and Iread
    them both for knowledge and pleasure. But truly speaking, I am rather
    partial, during my holidays, to reading for pleasure. I derive great
    pleasure from books of light fiction

     my favorite book-One book which I have recently read and enjoyed
    most is an English detective novel, a detective yarn or rather a series
    of detective yarns. The book is called The Singing Bone'. It is written
    by A. Freeman. The quality of the book is that each of the stories is
    divided into two parts. The first part tells us the whole story of a crime,
    the second part describes how the crime was committed and by whom.
    Each and every story in the book is interesting and engrossing. Once
    begun it must be read to the end. You may ask how the second part can
    be interesting after the whole story has been told in the first. It is in the
    second part that the hero sets about his job, and makes this part more

    The Hero-The hero in  my favorite book
     is a private detective. He is
    called Dr. Thorndyke. His aim is not only to find out the criminal but
    also to bring him to book. With his quick wits, his microscope and his
    chemical tests he traces out and examines facts one by one. At last he
    finds out the criminal and how he committed the crime and he
    brings the criminal to justice and gets him punished. It is, indeed,
    fascinating to see how the wonderful Dr. Thorndyke works and
    succeeds in his aim.

    The Author-I cannot help adding a word of praise abou
    the author. The author's knowledge of crime and criminals is
    surprising. Not only that, he is also a master of English prose.
    language is simple and effective. His descriptions and narrations are
    lively and vivid. They all add to charm and attraction of the stories in
    the book.

    Conclusion-It is a pleasure to share one's pleasure with others.
    I therefore, very much wish that all my friends must read The singing
    Bone' for themselves. I am willing to lend my copy of them. But the
    condition is: They must return  my favorite book.

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