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Book Review: The Einstein Pursuit, by Chris Kuzneki

To say I have an appetite for thrillers wouldn’t be too far from the truth. I love to read them and love to try and write them. My appetite for them have been satiated by the authors like Matthew Reilly and Lee Child among others. To say Chris Kuzneki is now part of those authors I like to read a lot wouldn’t be too far from the truth either. Continue reading “Book Review: The Einstein Pursuit, by Chris Kuzneki”

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Book Review: Sita’s Curse, by Sreemoyee Piu Kundu

Once in a while, a book will come along that challenges you as a reviewer. It makes you think, it makes you question yourself that are you the one who is supposed to be reading it and reviewing it, it may even make you a little uncomfortable reading it. Not every book is meant to be your cup of tea after all. Continue reading “Book Review: Sita’s Curse, by Sreemoyee Piu Kundu”

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Book Review: End of Story, by Arjun Shekhar

There are, I believe, two types of thrillers. One that slowly develops over the book, with some dull parts to compliment the thrill parts; and one that starts off with a bang and keeps us hooked from page to page, making us feel that even the dull parts are thrilling. This murder mystery thriller is something like the first one. Continue reading “Book Review: End of Story, by Arjun Shekhar”

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Book Review: Prisoner, Jailor, Prime Minister by Tabrik C

With politics taking centre stage of late due to the elections, life in general seems to be affected. Traffic jams seem to arise when a campaign rally takes place, the radio is filled with corny jingles that I get tired of hearing, even in between cricket, a welcome break from this monotony with the world cup going on, there are ads asking for votes for one party or another. What I expected was a break at least in the world of books, but I guess, with the mood as such, it was the perfect time to launch a thriller based on politics. Continue reading “Book Review: Prisoner, Jailor, Prime Minister by Tabrik C”