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A real thriller in contemporary setting with an unexpected plot but a different plot not in any way less than a James bond or Robert Ludlum. It is racy and gripping by any international standards though Indian by names and characters, it is of world standards in story and plot. Americas and UK will definitely find it comparable with western standards in theme and picturesque presentation. One great thing is Mr Raman did't prolong the final endings unlike westerns thrillers. Its worth the money and deserves to be gifted on any occasion to any age reader. The author could have put at least ten/twenty pages more in the early pages of the book as flashback to Chandra's Yaminni affair at least for Indian reading market. But he did not get tempted to do so aiming at probably English readers. Well done Raman,It is worthy of making a movie. Looking for another thriller. All the best. DJ Babu, Mumbai --By DJ Mumbai on 18 December 2016

In his latest thriller, Skyfire, Aroon Raman takes you on an incredible journey into the alleys and jhuggies of Delhi, in search of the overtly intelligent orphan Gopal, while simultaneously tracking and tracing military-intelligent weather anomalies that threaten to release chaos and riots across the Indian subcontinent.Aroon Raman s extraordinary story-telling will have you hooked from the prologue to the end. Interwoven with first-hand accounts by Chandrasekar, and articles from local newspapers, Raman doesn t cut any corners, making it a gripping, chilling read with a multi-faceted narration. This simply has to be one of the finest books I have read in recent times. If this doesn t make you an Aroon Raman fan, I don t know what will. --By Shonel RT on 24 November 2016

A very good read. Fast paced with lots of action. The topic of weather manipulation is addressed without a whole bunch of facts and figures. There are even fewer acronyms. The characters are true to their selves from the previous book The Shadow Throne, though there is a little more romance thrown in. The locales are all at-home to S. Asia, Bhutan described with great admiration. The language is also easy but not aimed at a primary school level (so Trump cannot understand it), though there are a few more hackneyed phrases than in The Shadow Throne. A perfect 'flight read,' quick, easy, interesting and fun, and there are not too many of them on the shelves. --By A Customer on 27 October 2016

About the Author

Aroon Raman is a Bengaluru-based serial entrepreneur and author. He ran his family companies for many years, winning critical acclaim for developing scientific talent at the grassroots. After successfully divesting both ventures, he now divides his time between consulting for corporates, non-profits, writing and travel. He is the author of the national bestsellers The Shadow Throne (2012) and The Treasure of Kafur (2013). He regularly contributes columns to Outlook magazine and other publications. He can be reached at www.aroonraman.com


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Product details

  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan India; Latest edition (20 October 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9382616616
  • ISBN-13: 978-9382616610
  • Product Dimensions: 20.9 x 2 x 13.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #38,193 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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