This blog is a part of self discovery, a symbol of my passion for writing - my madness, an attempt to be a part of the 'Write-A-Thon'. This is my space - beyond the judgement of others. Here, I dabble mostly in romance, poetry, shayari, book reviews, social issues that bother me and trending topics (venturing out of my comfort zone) with a dash of personal insights about life - an entertaining fiction itself!
Thursday, 8 January 2015
Book Review: Choked!
Bharath Sarma Rejeti
will you do when someone chokes you off?
happened to him, a victim of a conspiracy. He was all alone, vulnerable, and
pitted against the mighty and juggernaut, but being strong was the only option
he had. He knew that it would be difficult to win, but quitting the fight would
be devastating. He had too many things at stake – a non-negotiable promise, his
land, life, and livelihood.
he began the revolt with just an indestructible desire to win. It was indeed a
war between two unique men – one preferred to confront head-on, and another
chose to be invisible. The war was also one of its kind – the victory was not
in plotting violence but in terrorising the enemy.
is the story of a small businessman who was pushed to fight with a corporate
gorilla. For more clues on the conspiracy and war, visit:
execution and narration of the plot based on daily happenings. More cinematic.
Choked! is a fictional novel with a high level of technical details, I loved
it! The cover is illustrative and gives hint about the revolt you can expect in the book.
context and a lucid, credible writing style. The book is nail-bitingly entertaining
and gripping. It keeps the reader's anxiety level high. Slowly, you start visualizing the characters.
the book is close to reality and informative. A perfect blend of revenge and suspense. This book even teaches you many things.
A book worth reading. Nice business fiction!
Choked! is designed to tell readers that everything in life happens for a
good reason. You need to experience the moments of life, instead of classifying
the events as good or bad right away.
The second message is at a pragmatic level. Adverse events of life bring out
the real character in you. Just as positive influences, adverse events too
could define a purpose in life. You cannot quit, but fight until you win in
The last message is that success in life is rarely an individual effort. You
need to engage the world around you in accomplishing something.
Sarma Rejeti is a marketing professional and works with a software services
company in India. The focus of his fiction writing is on integrating
storytelling techniques with everyday business stories and creating drama.
Bharath lives in Bengaluru, and Choked! is his debut novel. Buy the book from here: