LONDON, the City of Angels and Olympics

Invitation to London

by Bes & Syrk



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/1/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 36
ISBN : 9781466903821
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 36
ISBN : 9781466903838

About the Book

Granny invites brothers Bes and Syrk to London. It was a difficult decision but finally the boys agreed to travel intrigued by the description of black angels wielding black lamps to light London at night.


Before their journey, the boys and Granny had made very strong commitments to be happy all the time. It is so easy; you can change anything on the spot, by allowing the brain to create another, more positive thought.

They share tips how to sustain happy mood for good. This is how they intend to challenge every obstacle or discomfort – a game to entertain the brain: - This little mental exercise became our funny game and can be continued without end. We could invent something beneficial almost in every current discomfort, and find new opportunities sprouting from that not very pleasant condition.

It is so easy; you can change everything on the spot by rearranging the point of view and allowing the brain to shoot a different thought.


By BlueInk Review: “The authorship of London, the City of Angels and Olympics: Invitation to London is attributed to two young children, Bes and Syrk. The slim children’s book, illustrated with photos, seems to anticipate the boys’ journey to London to visit their grandmother and to celebrate both the city and the 2012 Olympics. The book also outlines the boys’ grandmother’s faith in angels, good deeds and positive energy. She believes that when we focus on good things in the world, the universe responds with a gift of even more positive energy. Good attracts good.


On one level, the book seems to be an introduction to the delights of London: it outlines many of the city’s joys and attractions and invites readers to anticipate seeing them for themselves. The book also asks the reader to imagine the power of angels and good deeds in the world. To that end, simple interactive games are included in which the reader is asked to find angels’ orbs in photographs. The authors suggest that this playfully proves angels are always with us, looking over our shoulders and out for our good.

London is an intimate celebration of a grandmother’s love for her grandchildren and a city she cherishes. It also wants to empower young children to take control of their

behaviors and moods by focusing on the good in all things. While this message is

worthy, it is unfortunate that the story is difficult for general readers to follow…”


Well, we still invite readers to try their intelligence. In these series of books, we spread the message about everlasting presence of Divine energy, which always support everyone and slightly guide. According to guidance received by Granny, we passed the message that Olympics will be safe, no terrorist action would be successful (indeed miraculously prevented). We passed the message, that Cosmic Moment was a gate to greatest development on earth – at the time when the news about doomsday was being spread.

To that end, simple interactive games are included in which the reader is asked to find angels’ orbs in photographs” this is not a game, Granny is not that dull – she just gives tiny hint where to look for subtle energy of Orbs, as their visibility  during publishing is partly lost.

In all books Syrk, the narrator, invites readers to come to London. Granny’s words are always in italics. Little Bes’s wisdom is distinctive thanks to quotation marks. In this way, we can avoid repetitive: she said, he answered…


At present, after Olympics, Invitation to London  becomes even a louder call for all people to visit London – the hero, the 12 star City of 2012 – to share great energy of celebration and success that will be anchored here forever.

About the Author

At the age of 4 or 5, a tiny shy girl made a commitment to God that she would write books to influence the world. She has kept that moment in her memory being constantly aware of her broken promise. Now as her grandsons are at the same age, Granny decided to speak through them. Yet her greatest desire is that: May this book find its way into every pair of hands - from the age of four until 104. It will positively touch everybody’s life.