- Paperback: 236 pages
- Publisher: Readomania (21 April 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9789385854620
- ISBN-13: 978-9385854620
- ASIN: 9385854623
- Package Dimensions: 19.6 x 13 x 1.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 39 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,82,304 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Anurag Anand is a prolific author, a corporate professional and a devout family man, who finds himself shuttling between Pennsylvania, where his family is settled and Gurugram. Two of his works the Legend of Amrapali and the Quest for Nothing have made it to the final shortlist in the past editions of the Crossword Book Awards. His other books are Love on 3 Wheels, Where the Rainbow Ends, Birth of the Bastard Prince, of Tattoos and Taboos. and Reality Bites.
He is a contributing author to several renowned publications, including the Times of India and his column, ‘Corporate Whispers’, is a monthly feature in the Suburb Life magazine. The biggest reward for his writing, he believes, is hearing from his readers and interacting with them.
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The book has been wonderfully divided into three parts and the author has very well managed to hold the mystery till the very end. The book opens with a road accident and then takes you into a flashback. The author’s art of characterization is impressive and he has defined each character of the novel impeccably. The author has managed to brilliantly carry two stories together without confusing the readers and the many twists and turns keep the reader wanting to know what will happen next.
The language of the book is lucid and the ending is nail-biting. I recommend this book to all the die-hard fans of mystery books and to all those who are interested in being spellbound. The climax of the book is the highpoint of the book and my advice to readers is to not waste time in guessing as the author will prove you wrong at every turn.
She finds love out of her marriage but can she simply walk out of it? In the middle of all this confusion she finds the person who put her in difficult situation.
A fast paced story set in Gurgaon. Love, hate, glamour, crime and revenge all are part of it. Loved the climax of the book.
A good and light read which I finished in one go.
While one is a metro woman going through a rough phase in her married life and battling an unspeakable nightmare, another belongs to a typical rural mindset where women are supposed to be simply objects of gratification and designated machines invented to suffuse the house with male children.
THAB began with a bang, absorbed me right away into it. From that point it was difficult for me to put down the book as each chapter ends, wanting to know 'What happens next with Namrata and Renu?'
It is often said that a good story is all about about characters and the author has rightfully done his part in making both the characters come alive and you feel for them as if you were one of them.
In the words of another legendary author, a story has a beginning, a middle and a twist and THAB ends with a twisting climax that at least I didn't see coming from anywhere. In fact it might be just one of its kind. Never read or seen before.