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The story is based on an author ‘John Rothstein’ who has a enumerable fans worldwide. What happens when an addictive reader step in and change the fate of the author’s life? How far the fan would go? I liked the cop portions where the story gets intriguing and learned the reader’s mindset from this novel.

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Will I get a chance to meet up this favorite author in the near future? It is a Herculean task to furnish thriller plots with rationale details which the author Keigo Higashino has mastered by every book of his release. One may find the plots since his ‘The devotion of suspect x’ to be cordial with culture and modern aspects of life and I truly believe that this is his style at its best. Well, coming to this story which is about making the perpetrator to admit his scandalous act that carries two different homicide case and finding the killer who has taken his life. Although sounds like an open shut case but the execution process is what steals the show. What happens when you bring the physicist Yukawa’s help to solve the mystery must be read to get the stimulating effects. I am counting on his next offer the soonest the merrier.

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Mythology based stories are the new trends for quite a while now. This book is the second installment from the “The Pataala Prophecy” series by the author. Why do I get the feel that this book is more about the other protagonist Maya than Arjun? Because her character alone is spoken at length and makes it quite rambunctious! The rest of the characters like Raman Kapoor, Vishwaraj and Shukra leaves theirs imprint and room for curiosities. The visual representation of tapovan was similar to Gandalf accompaniment with Frodo in “Lord of the rings”. This novel is surpassed with a hope that at least the third installment surprises me with thorough characterization coverage.

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This is a captivating tale of Jimmy Tock whose lineage falls onto a fine aerialist and clowns with a mystery attached to his parentage. What happens when things go as per his grandfather predictions is the crux of the story explained in a gripping fashion. The conversations between Jimmy and his family is enthusiastic and spreads positivism. I have read a couple of books by the author, but this book stole my heart for its stimulating verbose and content that is indulgent to the courageous efforts in life.

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This book isn’t for the trans-phobia and foolish to be naive about it! I just didn’t know what to expect, but curiousness made me to sneak this 6th Cormoran Strike fare. Well, I don’t want to opine the story synopsis that many have already detailed. But I find Rowling scores better in this screenplay and the way characters are laid down will keep the mind engaging and curtailed. Guessing the culprit poses a big challenge as most of them had something to hold onto and further pulls the draconian focus towards the story line. Totally immersive and pulsating in my opinion.

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A simple tale that starts with who done it style, combines the stimulative views of a physicist and a mathematician making it a thoroughly engaging output. More than the characters the content is doing the talking in this captivating story. Spellbound is the word I express for this gripping novella. Read it to configure what I truly feel…

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I got this book recommended by the writer Mathrubootham from “The Hindu” Sunday magazine column. I am a huge fan of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes and happy to have read a story containing him as one of the characters. It is a spy thriller with an enormous details about the mandalas and the Buddhist Shambala. The story is immaculately driven and pensively guided till the end. Except for the Moriarty part which was imposed in coercion and find it yanked. Overall a nice cliffhanger for the spy fandom.

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After Arthur Conan Doyle and few Agatha Christie series, this is the old detective novel that infatuated me. Being a fan of mysteries I tend to read any books that fall upon me; although most of the recent ones keep you on the edge, it is the old ones that deserve the credibility for its vernacular usage and lexicon nuances. There isn’t a rush for character introductions, but will hold your attention to the story till the end. Professor Stub’s character reminds me of Sherlock Holmes and his nephew Andrew to Watson! Totally loved the verbosity and amusing exchanges between the characters. 😊

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