Athul DeMarco is a design researcher who is constantly on the move. He is delusional when it comes to cricket and believes that Ajit Agarkar is the greatest player of all time. He also believes that Sherlock Holmes truly exists.
A grand maze of plots and twists, DeMarco's gift for spinning a Macabre, violent, dark, exciting, thrilling yarn is a bravura performance. As well built a thrill machine as a suspense novel can be. DeMarco offers a real dazzler of a thriller with vivid and sudden eruption of violence, fine set pieces of suspense and an impeccable display of startling plot twists.
Graphic, exciting, sober, frequently horrifying and even moving account of the tale of the man with two heads. Last but not the le...
This is a book that will really make you sit up, 'cause the images it conjure are sometimes macabre and violent. However, that wouldn't drive you away from the story. Instead, it will serve as a glue, binding you to the pages as you try to figure out the connections and join the dots.
It's the treatment of the matter that makes this book unique. Definitely, a sure read for all book lovers who are tired of the usual run-of-the-mill stories.
Story was good, but ending could have been much better like the whole story hooked me up to the last with good jokes, good plot, twists, characters etc but the ending was not that much as the rest of the story,like it could have been better. 3.5/5 for story 2/5 for quality of book, bought from NSP, It had scribbles Also i just bought it because of 1-2 reviews around 10 yrs. ago, they were helpful too.