- Paperback: 260 pages
- Publisher: Red Ink Publishers; 1st Edition edition (2 February 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9788192982786
- ISBN-13: 978-8192982786
- ASIN: 8192982785
- Product Dimensions: 20 x 14 x 4 cm
- Customer Reviews: 58 customer reviews
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- #1929 in Myths, Legends & Sagas (Books)
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The book deals with a conspiracy against the Vidhaan Soudha, a secret thousand years old, the story of lost love and the extent to which a man can go in order to protect what he loves, the story of how corrupted are humans and how they can betray even the one closest to them.
The book is a rebel in the current times, where either romance is popular or mythological fantasy fiction. The book has everything a reader needs for an adrenaline rush to make him turn the page without any delay ,action, romance, thrill, mystery, you name it you have it.
It makes you run your mind wild with all the twists and turns that I bet no one would be able to predict in any sense.
The book has been written after a lot of research and with a lot of effort , making it a book of precision, the twists are calculated and well explained in climax without making it a drag where in most cases the authors insert a third character or alter ego and blame it all.
It’s like the author has taken a ball of wool, tangled it, and then has untangled it rather than cutting out pieces of it.
The best thing about the book is not what happens in the climax, but how it happens. The journey is more important than the destination and though it is a part of a series, the unanswered questions rise in the last few pages while the ones in the previous pages have been resolved.
The narration arc of a story usually has the following, exposition, conflict, rising action, climax and then resolution but this book is different, the first three are the same but the book has new twists arising at the climax and being solved in the last pages.
This is a book that will be never be a bore in any situation, I can bet on that.
The book has an amazing cover and that makes it meet the eyes of a reader.
Cover- 4.5 stars
Title- 4.5 stars
Blurb- 3.5 stars
Plot- 4 stars
Writing and Presentation- 4 stars
Overall- 4.1 out of 5 stars
The book has a few editing errors (3-4 typos at max).
The blurb talks about Adam, Eve, Jesus Christ, Muhammed, Gautam Buddha , Galile, Birbal and the saint of Manchale witnessing something, the book doesn’t have much mention of it, making it somewhat of an unnecessary addition to the blurb.
Salute to the author for doing ground work efficiently to write such story. clearly it reflects the author efforts. very well knitted plot, seems to grip you till the end with the "to be continued" line.The story from Adam ,Eve to the present day. God, human,good,evil, terrorist attack,hacking and whats more, snakes play smooth role in this book. It's like i was travelling in a time machine back and forth.The story effortlessly travels with awesome twists.
Few characters and scenes were easily predictable. The women characters could have been more stronger. But don't know what the author holds in second book. Let's see. Airport scenes was too good, it felt like movie screenplay with all sorts of graphics behind. Do really an airport could be shut down as author scripted? . Again the credits goes to the author ground work and research regarding the terrorists and the attacks. Literally it was filmy( on a postive note). The author has revealed all the secrets and the prediction surrounds but still he claims that next part book is on the way,Should be interesting. Good luck to the author for the second part.
This book starts with a question and even at the end of it; it leaves you with different questions to be answered in the next book of the series. Several parallel plots are entangled within a central theme and that needs brilliant writing skills of an author. The author knows his forte and that’s storytelling. He grips the attention of the reader throughout the book.
The cover of the book is a bit tricky and why I call it so, you can only decipher after reading the story. Pacy and twisted plot of the book was the highlight for me and I loved the way things unfold in front of readers.
The only thing that proves a bit annoying while reading the book is too much of detailing about some of the events. Author keeps on providing unnecessary information that pulls the attention of the reader back from the story.
Overall, this book is surely a recommended read for everyone who loves to sit at the edge of his/her seat while reading.