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Genre: thriller

Number of pages: 238

Published on: 1 Jan, 2018

Published by: 4 Hour Press (Trade Imprint of India Research Press)

I was out on a date. Everything was perfect… Till that shot… a high-calibre one, no apparent sound. And, the man in front of me fell. A rifle with a suppressor? A sniper in the middle of a Mumbai mall? As the body count mounted, I was soon sucked deeper into the chaos unleashed by that shot. To survive and save those whom I care about, I have to become the man I left behind. I have no choice but to tap into a bloody past that has put me on the terror kill list. I may also have no option but to join hands with the sniper terrorising Mumbai. The problem is that the man has sworn to kill me. In a world where the young and poor kill and die in conflicts started by the old and rich, I and my unlikely companion finally discover the thin line that separates a mere killer from a hero. This is our story…

My take:

It was a pretty decent thriller for me.

The pace of the book, the storyline, the characters, everything was good, if not great. There were shocking elements which totally could be real. I’ll give it to the author for carving a story keeping its practicality in mind.

The story starts with a punch, just as the blurb says. Good thing is, the punch kept on coming at regular intervals of the story. So, the reader’s interest won’t waver in between the book.

And the end was pretty satisfactory as well. The author made it sure to not end a thriller on a dull note, which has become a trend these days.

Overall, I’m quite satisfied with the book and would recommend it to anyone who is in for a good thriller.

My rating: 4/5 ⭐


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