Wednesday, 30 August 2017

#The Three Psychos by Yash Pawaskar

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The Three Psychos is a psychological thriller book by author Yash Pawaskar. It was published on 1st January 2017 by Dimple Publications and is available in the paperback format at the online stores. The cover page of the book is very simple in black colour with a square in red and the title written in white colour. 
The book contains three gripping stories- DE22912, Patient No.9 and Six Bullets.

DE22912
DE22912 is a story revolving around Alex who is a business tycoon and is trapped in a white box and is naked. He is not aware of how he landed in the box. The only friend in the box is sleep. He got addicted to drugs after the death of his parents. 

Patient No.9
Patient No. 9 is a story about Amol, a mental patient who is in a mental hospital and he thinks that aliens are going to attack the earth and it is his duty to save it. He has a friend Shehanshah. During Hypnotherapy, he visits a very beautiful place. 

Six Bullets
Six bullets is a story revolving around Aakash, a teenage boy who has seen his father abusing his mother and he got so much hurt by seeing it on daily basis that in anger he shot his father. According to him a person who is committing a wrong deed should not be part of the society. 



All the stories are very interesting and engaging, written in first person. The language of the book is simple, crystal and clear  and all the stories are short, not very big big descriptions. All the stories deals with psychological problems making them  very gripping. The book is a fast read and can be easily finished in one sitting. At various instances, plot can be visualized which make the reading of the book very interesting. Author has very well able to keep the secret hidden till the end in each story which is highly appreciated.  Each story leaves a reader with very strong messages. Overall, a brilliant and a short read filled with elements of thrill and psychology.

I would highly recommend this one to those who really want to read a short psychological thriller. 

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Check out the trailer of the book here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWLGpQFZkwE

ABOUT THE AUTHOR



Yash Pawaskar is an author, poet traveller, reader, photography enthusiast,movie buff, music lover and continues to discover himself. He holds an MBA Degree andworksin the content industry. His debut novel is When We Clicked- A Twisted Love Story?.




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Saturday, 26 August 2017

#BookReview: Unlawful Justice by Vish Dhamija

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"He shouldn't have been there." 

Unlawful Justice is a legal thriller by the bestselling author and popularly known as 'India's John Grisham' -Vish Dhamija. The book was published on 29th May 2017 by Harper Collins India. The cover page of the book is the foremost attraction. The cover page is having a  picture of a  Gavel which is very apt with the story. The colours used in the cover are very catchy to the eyes. The way the title has been displayed is excellent.The cover page was designed by PinakiDe. 

Unlawful Justice is a book about court room drama revolving around Baby, a sixteen year old daughter of the Diwan family's household help who has been raped and brutalized by Maheep Singh.  Vansh Diwan, a criminal lawyer has been torn between justice for the girl and a powerful client and his wife, Priti Diwan devastated by her husband's decision turns to Akash Hingorani, top criminal lawyer for help who is the last hope for Baby. But things unravel as Akash's probe into the rape suddenly turns into a murder investigation. 

Unlawful Justice is a very gripping and an engaging legal thriller. The plot line is very tight and full of suspense keeping the reader stick to the book till the end. The narration of the book is smart and fast pacy which is appreciated and the language is simple and swift. The writing of the the author is so much filled with thrill that keeps the reader engrossed in the book till the end. The characters of the story are very well developed and all the events are described in detail giving the reader a visual impact and can easily have a feel as if watching a Bollywood movie. The book is full of twists and turns making it so engrossing and sending chills down your spine making one curious about the further events. The story justifies the title very well. Overall, a very high voltage drama with an unexpected ending and a strong message. 

I would recommend this book to all the lovers of legal thrillers as well as others who really want to read a pacy and an engaging book. 



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About the Author


Vish Dhamija


Vish Dhamija is the bestselling author of five works of crime fiction. He has gained a reputation as the master of legal crime and court room drama in India. He is called as 'India's John Grisham' for stimulating the genre of legal fiction in India. He lives in London with his wife Nidhi. 





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Thursday, 24 August 2017

#BookReview: Why Should I Love You...? by Kamal Paneru

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Why Should I Love You...? is a romance fiction book by author Kamal Paneru. The book was published on 1st January 2017 by Half Baked Beans and is available at the online stores. The book is available in Paperback format. The cover page of the book is very simple and soothing. The colours used in the cover are very calm shades and the cover has a picture of a boy and two girls in black colour. The cover page is designed by Yugchaya Baid. 

Why Should I Love You...? is a story revolving around Raunak, who is in his B.Tech Final year at  Dal Lake Institute of Technology, Srinagar (DaLIT) who likes Juhi who belongs to a conservative family from Haridwar but she loves him. Raunak and Juhi come close to each other in a relationship but for Juhi it was difficult for her to be into it because of her family. Then , enters Megha from the past who is the long last best friend of Raunak and loves him. What happens between the connected lives of the three individuals? 

Why Should I Love You...? is a very fast and a pacy read which can be easily finished in one sitting. The language of the book is very simple and easy to understand. The narration is in first person. The plot of the book is very interesting and the way each chapter opens up with some new event is appreciated. At various places poems are used which are very beautifully penned down. The way emotions are expressed is marvelous. There are a lot of events in the book and are described quite well. The characters are very firm and are developed. The title is justified very well.  Overall, a very simple, heart touching and an engaging read.

I would recommend to those who want to read a simple and a quick read. 


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About The Author

Kamal Paneru


Kamal Paneru is post graduate from Indian Institute Of Commerce and Trade. Editor by profession has worked for many national and international publishers. He is presently residing in Noida and loves old songs to feel emotions. He read novels and write his imagination. He is also the author of an ebook A Last Letter. 



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Tuesday, 22 August 2017

#BookReview: Inside The Heart Of Hope by Rishabh Puri

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We're all a little broken, and that's okay. 


Inside The Heart Of Hope is a very heart touching book by author Rishabh Puri. The book was published on 7th June 2017 by leading publishing house Srishti Publishers and Distributors. The cover page of the book is is very simple and subtle having and image of a beautiful tree in heart shape. The colours used in the cover are very soothing.

In The Heart Of Hope is a very inspirational romance story revolving around Rick who has a clinical heart disorder since childhood. But unlike others for  him this is not a curse rather is an opportunity to cherish life. He has undergone a lot of surgeries, but his survival rate is less. Due to his short life, he also lost his girlfriend Amy when she got to know about his disorder. the only pillars of strength in his life are his parents and his friend Jacob. Then, accidentally he meets a beautiful girl, Lisa in an airplane and falls in love with her. But will Lisa understand the goodness of his heart or just walk away like Amy?

The book is written very beautifully in a very simple and easy language. The narration is in first person making it relate able. A lot of instances can be easily visualized which makes it engaging to read . A lot of poems are used in the book which are very beautifully penned down. The way author has expressed the emotions of the protagonist is marvelous. All the events are very well described and the characterization is very realistic. The book is very engaging and can be easily finished in one sitting. The title justifies the story very well. Overall, a very beautiful blend of love, inspiration and hope.

I would recommend this book to everyone who want to get inspired.

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About the Author


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Rishabh Puri believes that  determination can take one to great heights in business and personal life. He is a man of many talents- a writer, poet and an artist- believes that one always has a choice to turn any situation into victory. He loves to meet new people and explore the world. 

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Monday, 14 August 2017

#BookReview: In The Name Of God by Ravi Subramanian

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"What happens when you have to choose between faith and logic?"
Temples are places of worship, oceans of tranquility or so what everyone thinks, till a series of murders threatens to destroy the carefully cultivated reputation of the royal family.

In The Name Of God is a Crime Thriller by bestselling author Ravi Subramanian. The book was published on 26th June 2017 by the leading publishers Penguin Random House India. The cover page of the book is very captivating and attractive having an image of a man running and on one side is a temple of South India and on other side is the Wafi Mall in Dubai. The colours used in the background are very bright making the cover very catchy to the eyes. The cover page is designed by Meena Rajesekaran and Getty Images.  

In The Name Of God revolves around India's most famous temple The Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple in Thiruvananpuram and when fingers are pointed towards the opening of the richest vaults of the temple which is under the control of the Royals, and when a dead body turns up in the holy pond of the temple, and then another murder. Meanwhile, a heist at the Wafi Mall in Dubai leads investigators to uncover a massive racket in the smuggling of antiques from the ruins of  temples of South India, which brings in Kabir Khan, additional director of CBI and in Mumbai, a series of mass explosions kills many, threatening to dismantle the diamond trade. Could these incidents be related? 

In the Name Of God is a very fast paced and a gripping novel by Ravi Subramanian. The novel is penned down very marvelously having a very powerful characterization. The language of the book is simple and lucid. The narration is very fast and pacy. The chapters are not very long and are 121 in all. All the events in the book are very well described by the author and there are a lot of twists in the book. the book is very riveting and has an intricate plot, making the reader stick to the book for long. It is a very well researched book involving a lot of sub plots and the way the author has involved all the plot is very intriguing and a page turner book. At various instances the reader can visualise the events making the story all the more interesting and engaging.
Overall , a very gripping story and a roller coaster ride filled with elements of crime, thrill, and suspense

This action packed thriller is highly recommended to those who want to read the finest crime thriller novel. 



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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ravi Subramanian


Ravi Subramanian, an alumnus of IIM Bangalore, has spent two decades working his way up the ladder of power in the amazingly exciting and adrenaline-pumping world of global banks in India. Four of Ravi’s eight bestselling titles have been award winners. In 2008, his debut novel, If God Was a Banker, won the Golden Quill Readers’ Choice Award. He won the Economist Crossword Book Award in 2012 for The Incredible Banker, The Crossword Book Award in2013 for The Bankster and more recently in 2014 for his thriller Bankerupt. He lives in Mumbai with his wife, Dharini, and daughter, Anusha.

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