Three deaths - a beautiful bride, a young businessman, and a famous doctor. Crime arises from its protracted slumber in Udaipur, and the City of Lakes finally sheds its veil of tranquility. Trapped in the heart of the mayhem, is Dr. Aditya Deshmukh, a quintessential loser. In order to redeem himself and wrench his soul free of the guilt of a murder most foul, he has to find the missing links between Abraham and Sarasvati, Abhimanyu and Sumitra, Yasser Arafat and Vladimir Putin. The body count continues to rise as Aditya gropes in the darkness. Hunted by an enemy he cant see, devoured by a love he cant consummate, and guided by a friend he cant trust, he is caught up in a race against time where he cant afford to be the runner-up..
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Too good !!
The day I read about its teaser, it had caught my attention. And I am thankful to the author for gifting me this wonderful piece of literary creation for an honest review. And it's a 5/5* book of my shelf. In one word, I have become a FAN of the mastermind after completing the book. Oh what a buildup, suspense creation, climax and anticlimax. Awesome in every aspect. Here are some of my points of appreciation:- 1. The novel introduces a refreshingly new genre – mythology punched with medical ...
‘Half A Shadow’ is one of those rare books that stay with you long after you have read it. The story is haunting with a capital ‘H’. The 232 pages are loaded with action and suspense. The protagonist is an ordinary person who is a victim of sinister plots and his struggles and tribulations was something I enjoyed reading. The climax, though not earth-shattering, was stirring. I am still suffering from the story’s hangover. Kudos to the author. Looking forward to his next ‘work’- Yeh dil maang...
This mytho-medical thriller is a wonderfully worded work of art by the author. It holds the interest till the last. You just cannot put it down till you finish. Well sketched characters, wonderfully woven story, perfect blend of mythology and medicine. Simply stated a good read.