- Paperback: 350 pages
- Publisher: HALF BAKED BEANS; First Edition edition (2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8192893650
- ISBN-13: 978-8192893655
- Package Dimensions: 21.4 x 14.9 x 1.9 cm
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,18,747 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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An inspector in hot pursuit of a murderer, a set of pearls that spell doom and a couple using a new sex toy at inappropriate times leading to comic results make an appearance. So do a renowned jewel thief, a haunted house with a brutal past and a lift operator with the 'hots' for a female janitor. Giving them company is a lady who loves her Tea more than her husband, a woman defending herself from a psychopathic killer and a honeymooning couple visiting the haunted forts of Jaisalmer. Read on to know about a dangerous game of life & death involving riddles, a mysterious ghost haunting railway passengers, an escaped convict on the trail of his lost girlfriend and a bespectacled boy who loves ogling at curvy female bodies. A priest from foreign shores will try to exorcise the evil wandering in the jungle, a young computer whiz will unearth the mystery surrounding the education minister's assassination and Bheeshma Pitamah will recount the Mahabharata to a news reporter in a never before heard hilarious manner. The stories in this anthology will intrigue you immensely, send a shiver down your spine and tickle your funny bone as well. Carefully selected and immaculately written, this edition of MYRIAD TALES includes an eclectic mix of award winning stories from established and debutant authors alike. Get set for an adrenaline pumping ride!
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Top customer reviews
Guns and roses by Akash Shrivastav: it’s a story about a guy falling in love and later enters gun. it’s a thriller story. What I think about the story is its easy to see in film than in book and its predictable.Sorry.
Prank by Nikhil Uprety: this one is a horror.the story is about what happens when you travel all alone at station. A nice read.
Battle of Wits by Rafaa Dalvi: I can say its comedy-thriller. It’s a story about ‘Guru – Chela’ conning people and at the end who wins Guru or Chela.
Duplicity by Alexander Altman: the story is a thriller. the story is about a person who forgot his memory and is back in office to carry out work. wha t os the motive is the story about with twist at end.
The Unwelcome Guest by Dr. Roshan Radhakrishnan: This one is horror, but not much horror.The story is about a ghost hunter going after a vampire cum ghost.so will he be succesful or not is the story about.
Atarahbaham – Mahabharata Remixed by Suhail Mathur: I can say the boom falls in Humor and definitely one of its kind.One of my favourite and as the name suggest is a remixed version of Mahabharata told by Bheeshma Pitamah in a new gen tone.
The Raveled Mystery by Saurabh Chawla: The story is Thriller. It is about 2 consecutive murders that happens and how inspector is all set to find the culprit.
Seat number 66 by Vaisakshi Mishra: this is a horror story about a guy travelling from train and his seat number is 66 and then a series of events take place . An avg read.
Spectacles in Goa by Anil Anthony: This one is in humour. The story is about friends who decide to go to Goa for vacation and there he losses his spectacles.
The lady who loved Tea too much by Ritesh Agarwal: The story comes in Thriller, I think so. It’s about a lady’s obsession with tea. an ok read.
Gem of a thief by David Singh: I can say it comes in comedy – thriller. The story is of a con who tries to steal the biggest diamond and whether he is successful or not. Lil confusing but a nice read.
The Facebook girl by Dr. Vivek Banerjee: The story is in horror and its about what happens when someone unknown comments on your Facebook status.A spooky ride.
Fundawear by Saurabh Mishra: This is in comedy, Story about how a couple buys something and then have trouble with it.
The Poison Ivy by Priyaa Trippayar Sahasranaman: This is a thriller story about one-sided love and what happens when you involve someone close.
The Deal by Tapobrata Kumar: This is a thriller story about girl falling in love with a person who has a mysterious background. I liked this story:)
401 Wellington Avenue by Nabanita Dhar: This is a horror story , as the name suggest it to be a place. The story is about a mom and daughter who is put up at the place and a turn of horrific incidents.
The Love Story by Upneet Grover: I don’t know which category it falls, its story of a lift man falling in love with a housekeeping staff.
Twisted Fate by Chandrapal Khasiya: This is a thriller story about sudden attack on the character and on finding who is behind all this.
Raped by Raviraj Ramavarapu: It is a thriller story about a girl who used to watch too much thriller on tv and get confused with reel and real life.
The black pearls by Sufia Khatoon:it’s a horror story and as the name suggest someone who did a black magic on black pearls.
Its Time by Arka Chakrabarti: I don’t know which category it falls, it’s a story about a person reuniting with his father after a long time.
The Venomous Vault by Ayush Agarwal:It is a thriller story and one of my favourite story, is about a serial killer on loose and the mystery behind it.
Today’s Special Poison by Uwais Zubair Sait: Its is a thriller story and a person dying of a special poison , its ending is awesome.😀
3AM When Reality Met Illusion by Neoni D’souza: It’s a horror story and one of my favourite , is story a girl haunting a hostel and does it exist or not is the story all about.
Paint It Red by Rahul Mohan Sharma: I don’t know which category it belongs and it was just an ok ok read.
The letter by Ayush Agarwal:It is a thriller story about a guy getting letters in a riddle format , the reason was quite shocking , an ok ok read.
Project Phantasam by Kosha Srivastava: this is a thriller read where the lead’s sister went missing, who are behind them is the story.
Drishti by Praveen Sinha: this is a thriller story,a story about a ministers car being bombed and the police unravelling the case.
Unravelling The night by Amogh Srivastav: This is a thriller read , about attending an unattended bag in a train and what happens later is the story. An ok ok read.
Messed up by Shipra Jain: This is thriller story about a person who was supposed to visit his aunt witness a murder, it about him unravelling the mystery.
The Forgery by Arka Datta:I don’t know which category this comes but it’s a story of a guy who sells his auction house along with few paintings.
Honeymoon of the Haunted by Mihir Shah: This is a horror story about a couple who goes for their honeymoon in Rajasthan and something spooky happens.
If you are bored reading continues thrillers or romance, this book is definite go then!!!!