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Book Review: Hungry Gods

Hungry Gods by Richa Lakhera.

The cover is very intriguing and so is the title. Anyone would like to read the book from the first sight onwards. The content also matches with the title. Overall it’s a very good combination.

The story is basically a revenge story of a horrific crime done by some top notch people and each and everyone were forced to scumble to their fate very slowly and dreadfully by someone whom they left behind as the witness of their dirty crime.

The start was really slow but as the story progresses it attains a speed of its own. The names of the characters are really different and creative which is a plus point as it makes it even more mysterious. A lot of research has been done by the author beacuse there are many medical terms used while describing the crime scenes. Everything is good but one thing to remember is in the process of making the story mysterious there should not be any loop holes left.

Cover and title: 5/5
Narration: 3.5/5
Plot: 4/5
Overall: ⭐⭐⭐⭐/⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Book Review: Dark Luxe

Dark Luxe by Mahul Brahma.

It is the book which tells about things we can never imagine, the things we can never get to know.

The book contains a total of 14 short stories about world of luxury and its side affects. I loved the way the author has personified the abstract things in the book.

The author has beautifully described the world full of brands and logos which are prevalent from many centuries and their quality and fineness can be compared with no other brand.

It’s a dark world which is covered and protected by the glittering and shimmering of the luxurious things, as without it it’s just an empty shell.

The author has used beautiful and easy to comprehend language. A lot of research is to be done before writing anything like this and the author has left no stone unturned in doing so.

The book is highly recommended.

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐/⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Book Review: Hey Dad! Meet My Mom

Hey Dad! Meet My Mom by Sandeep Sharma and Leepi Agrawal.

The plot is very unique and also very entertaining. I loved each and every part of the book. Rishi is surely my favourite character in here. The narration is done beautifully with nice language which is easy to comprehend and goes well with the plot too.

The book is a complete package of love, comedy, suspense and most important the things we get to learn from it. It’s very important to move on in life. Life is a whole big book and certain things and incidents are just chapters, so because of a bad chapter we can’t just throw away our book.
It is a must read.

Cover and title: 4.5/5
Plot: 5/5
Narration: 4.5/5
Overall: 4/5

Book Review: Sin Is The New Love

The title is very intriguing and the cover is also very beautiful and attractive. The combination is a perfect one as it sets with the story perfectly.

It’s the story of Ahi who wants to make big in the publishing world. And luckily the autobiography of her favourite author lands on her table that too after few months of his demise. She is on cloud nine but realises soon that something is fishy. But still she goes by her instincts and follows the clues.
And the revelation is something she never imagined in her wildest dreams.
The book is worth reading as I not only enjoyed it but got to read not only one story but many stories woven together beautifully.

Beautiful language is used and there is no loop holes anywhere. The plot is hundred percent justified as the narration is very good and characterization is something else. Each character has its own story to tell. Without stretching and while also maintaining the suspense, it makes the novel even more interesting. Its nice and refreshing to read something different.
Highly recommended to everyone.

Cover and title: 5/5
Plot: 5/5
Narration: 5/5
Overall: 5/5

Book Review: Was It Love?

Was it love? By Neha Sultania.

The title is an apt one as it goes well with the content of the book. The cover is beautiful with a girl enjoying solitude. The combination is perfect.

Leyla a very active and bright child from beginning becomes very dull as she grows up. Nothing goes right for her she is molested by her relatives, parents ignore her pleas and her realtionship with Avi is on a downhill. She has no purpose in life and her search for her true destiny is still incomplete. That’s when Vikrant comes in her life like a spring, like a new hope and changes her life, gives her direction and purpose. But he always calls himself a devil. Leyla never understood why he said so. Will she ever come in terms with Vikrant and see that there is more to the story?

The narration is beautiful and we can easily relate to it because of the way it is described. It is impressive to see that the author has so appropriately explained the sensitive topic of love and showed us that its not always love, we just think it is. It reveals the reality of world.
I would recommend this book to everyone.

Cover and title: 5/5
Narration: 4/5
Story: 5/5
Overall: 4.5/5

Book Review: The Closed Case

The closed case by Amay Saxena.

The title goes well with the story and the cover also relates with it as the story begins with a letter which is typed on a typewriter. The combination is a good one.

It’s the story of detective Roy. Once a very famous detective in the Mumbai city is now settled in Shimla and the reason is known only to him. One day he returns home from work and finds his caretaker Megha missing and in her room he finds a letter which will lead him back into the city which he left many years ago. Little did he know that the closed case will be opened again and this time it will be opened to close it forever. Detective Roy will be compelled to visit his most dreaded phase of life again. Will he get his answers and will he be able to save Megha’s life?

The author has used simple language and it makes the read easy. The story line is nice and gripping, without stretching it too much and meanwhile also maintaining the suspense. The narration can be a bit more better while describing about the tragic events. Overall the book is a good one.

Cover and title: 5/5
Narration: 3/5
Story: 4/5
Overall: 4/5