This is a self help book which has experiences of the author who tried to fit it with simple words and have tried to put it in perspective of taking people out of shit. If you are in some sort of shit and need some mental or physical help then this book can do wonders for you. Most of the things you might be knowing or heard about it, however the way its been told in this book is appealing. I loved the fact that author has tried to make connection with the audience by giving simple and realistic examples from day to day life and make us understand that we all have some or the other way has done some or the other shit, till what time we will stick to it. Its time now to give f*ck to it and move on.
My Rating is 4 out of 5
I love reading this book no second thought about it, cover is really appealing, so as fonts which makes it easy to read and you are not lost between the lines.
A Stolen Heart An Immortal Science Fiction Romance in the Antonello Brothers Series – Book Review
It is a science fiction written by Kayelle Allen. She writes Sci-Fi with thrill and mythic heroes and fantasy which takes you to another level all-together. A stolen heart is one such which is mythical and romantic science fiction.
This book drives you to the Tarthian Empire and transports science into the far future land. Here, the world is far away from the real galaxy and the present world. Who exists here are, the immortal bodies, aliens, robots, secret bodies, and genetically enhanced humans and animals.
The character Luc Saint-Cyr gets involved in a conspiracy and other complicating matters due to the power Thieves’ Guild. The other characters like Pietas, Tiklaus, Cyken and others turned out to be quite interesting while the story continues on the planet Kelthia. With the story moving ahead we see that there can be chances of Luc’s immortal ex-girlfriend might be involved in complicating life and things on the planet.
The whole story revolves on what happens after rescuing half-alien/half-human child who was on the planet Kelthia and was running for his life. Overall an interesting read, lot of thrill and incidences with many small and big characters involved in the Sci-Fi arena. When you would read, you would understand, how a little boy stole the heart while his survival on the planet Kelthia.
The story that seems to be sci-fi but it is an intense thriller. When Vikram Shah an agent with Indian intelligence finds out that there are some coveted tests which are going on related to mental intelligence and logical quotient. It is then he decided to dig out more deep to know who all are behind these tests. He further tries to understand and reveal the truth behind these hypnotically sounds tests on humans. Also, he was curious to know whether Indian Intelligence is on the verge of revealing some secrets of the human brain.
My review of the book is good. But Initially, it took me hard to relate to the title and the cover. For the readers who are not into thriller would take time to connect.
But later when you reach half of it or before you would get into the story.
There are some grammar and spelling issues. It is not the author’s fault but editing could be better. However, it is a must-read as it holds you and your mind and captures your imagination.
I like the cover, fonts, and the colour, it is interesting. Readers will get all the answers in the end.
Book Review on If We last – Sailing Through Dark Beyond The Light-Years⠀ Author – @ishita__banik⠀ ⠀ This book revolves around 2 characters, Avipsa and Reyansh. Avipsa is a college student and has got a couple of good job offers and waiting to join one of the big notches and Reyansh is a working professional who has lost interest in life as he has broken up with his girlfriend (Mahika). He keeps on missing her. The story revolves around how these two people, on how they met and how Avipsa helped Reyansh come out of his sort of depression. There is a twist that is being added to the story where it is mentioned that someone stalks Avipsa and in the end, she recognizes who that person is, though you have to read the second part of the novel to know about that. It is an interesting one though. I loved the plot and the thrill which we read between the lines. ⠀ My rating 3 Star. ⠀
Critic Review –
Personally, I feel there is a huge scope of improvement in terms of writing and grammar. At a couple of places, you will find spelling mistakes as well. I found out a lot of loopholes in this. I’m not criticising the writer here, but the editing and proofreading need improvement. The writer’s story is nice and engaging. The author has tried to use the best of vocabulary though, which was needed, at some places it is overstuffed. I’m not being harsh to the writer and the team but it could have much better for the readers to get hooked. Looking forward to reading a good one next time. ⠀
The book is all about Arjun’s journey to achieve his dreams and aspirations.
The illegitimate dollar is a novel that has thrill, mystery, emotions and the fight to be right and achieves right in life. But everything comes with a cost, and this is shown in a mysterious manner in this novel. This is written by Atul Sharma my friend, being the first novel and that to a mystery thriller I must say it takes guts to do so. Congratulations 🥳
Characters – Arjun and Sameera are in the main lead and the whole story revolves around them. Then you can see Ranjeet, Bunty and Steve who come along in the novel as strangers but had some or other connection associated. These characters make the story a thrill and a bit cumbersome at some places, but they keep you intact for suspense to unveil.
Critic Review – The story is simple but had a lot of twists and turns, but the sequence keeps the suspense open and makes me read more. But certain incidences when Sameera was attacked by goons and Arjun saved her, and when Arjun was arrested by police out of nowhere…etc. are planned nicely and well written to grip the story further.
These situations are written well, and create suspense to linger on. The climax is amazing but if you are keen on reading mystery thrillers or fiction then you may predict it in the last few chapters.
Although I feel a cover photo can be a bit more appealing, a well-tried one.
My ratings – 4/5
Overall a book to read for the love of fantasy, mystery and thriller…
There is a piece in me that like to tenderly imagine my maverick and seditious soul. But, precisely, I love to have a picky and cosy relationship with my soul that can rub up against a little bit, putting me alive.