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Wednesday, 28 May 2014
Book Review #5 : The Revenge of Kaivalya
Title: The Revenge of Kaivalya Author: Sumana Khan Publisher: Westland Ltd ISBN: 978-93-83260-28-7 Number of Pages: 385 Price [INR] : 350 Genre: Fiction
Engrossing. Gripping. Terrifying.
Amazing plot. That’s ‘The Revenge of Kaivalya’!
The weaving in of the multiple
storylines is handled quite well and keeps one on the edge wondering what’s
happening in the other storyline at that moment! The only flipside of this was
that the climax terminated quite rapidly than expected.
Must read for horror lovers! A spine
chilling book in the paranormal genre. So many dots to connect and reach to the
royale finale. Totally recommended.
It is a totally woman centric book
with all the male characters playing supporting roles. These women have been
portrayed as very strong characters dominating the story all through. It is
The book has good, coordinated
writing and never loses sight of the plot or purpose. Transcending time, moving
between the materialistic and the eerie, Ms. Khan's writing has managed a book
the flows without any stoppages or lethargy.
For a first novel, Sumana Khan has
done excellently well in authoring ‘Kaivalya’. Narration and language are
excellent. The author just brings the locales of Sakleshpur and surroundings to
life with her vivid descriptions. I was actually able to distinctly remember
more than 10 characters, it is indeed an achievement on Ms Khan’s part! Overall
the story moves at a good pace – hardly bringing any boring moments.
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