The Case of Missing Chess Genius by Ashar Mairaj
Written by dave smith on February 2, 2024
The Case of Missing Chess Genius by Ashar Mairaj (Author), Momoca Mairaj (Editor)
The book is a middle grade fiction that takes the children on a journey steeped in chess, technology and conspiracy.
The children’s fiction novel, titled “The Case of Missing Chess Genius,” a fast-paced adventure set in the heart of New York City. This story blends the intrigue of a mystery with the thrill of a technological adventure, aimed at middle-grade readers.
Edward Michaelson, the youngest and most brilliant chess prodigy, disappears right before the world chess championship. The story follows siblings, amateur detectives with a flair for adventure and a passion for puzzles. They stumble upon the startling truth: Edward’s disappearance is a mere piece in a larger, more sinister game.
As the siblings delve into Edward’s disappearance, they venture into the shadowy realm of virtual worlds colliding with reality. With time ticking and the stakes rising, they must outsmart the criminal mastermind behind Edward’s disappearance. The journey tests their courage, intellect, and bond as they race against the clock to rescue Edward and foil the villain’s scheme.
This novel not only offers an exhilarating adventure but also explores themes of friendship, bravery, and the importance of thinking critically in a world increasingly dominated by technology. “The Case of Missing Chess Genius” is a story that will resonate with young readers who relish suspenseful mysteries and daring escapades, especially if they are also intrigued by chess.
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