Book Review: Matilda

Matilda edited version

This story es my first attempt to read a children classic.

Da story roams around a little girl who has some extraordinary brain powers and a worse family to handle.

Best part: according to me, da best part es da last part where Miss. Honey’s (Jennifer Honey) story started and unveiled da revelation that who’s da arrogant aunt Ov Miss. Honey? — from there da story continued with an amazing balance until last.

Important points: I liked that writer didn’t try to finish da story with a supernatural moment. Instead, he showed Matilda’s power as “need-for-something” kinda thing.

Illustrations: Da story es joined with illustrations by Quentin Blake which are not very detailed (personally I liked detailed illustrations) but still give an enjoyable support to help children understand da characters and circumstances.

Moral: da story promoted da value Ov Book-Reading which is very important for children to know.



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“Spend your few worthy minutes and listen to this” (see video en Urdu)

We have limitless issues en society and similarly so many LAWS (national,International) to prevent them. Sexual Harassment es One Ov them. A bit more painful issue among Others. One that es decaying us from enside. However da Outside result es very much visible!

Often I wonder es that enough to make laws Without playing – Da Individual part?
On roads? On streets? En markets?

Isn’t ett important to resist this? On your Own? Without accompanying herds?

– Fatimah

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words come like da flow Ov a cascade; steady and still en peace.


words feel trapped en a labyrinth; while finding them we lost Ourselves.


words are like creature behind a cage; wanting so much still no way to get them away.


words become da music; tingling wd da senses like a wind chime.