BOOK REVIEW #2

TITLE- The unsolved case of an Indian woman
Author- puneeth jh
Genre- psychological thriller
Format- kindle

This is a story that starts in three different timelines and beautifully converged into one mind-blowing thriller.

👩‍💼 Ms. Tendel, a 40 year old lawyer receives a life threatening note ‘you gonna die soon’ from an anonymous source whom she suspects  are  her professional rivals. She informed the police and approaches a young psychiatrist, Dr. Yogi Patel.

Will she die?

👧Menu, a 8 year old, daughter of a fisherman was living with an old lady, Palki Damania, whom she believed to be her grandmother. After the demise of granny, Menu, moved into her new home with her real family where no one loves her except her elder sister Sonu and her father.

What will happen to Menu?

👩Sneha, a teenage girl lives with her elder sister manogna’s family. Sneha is eager to eager to complete her higher studies but manogna pushes her to get married to Prashant, a gambler, because of her insecurities. She is depressed by this daily drama and on the verge of giving up on life.

Will she survive ?

It is an well researched and well executed story.  The whole plot will keep you hooked & keep changing your perspectives of the story until the truth revealed in the end. The language is simple and easily understandable  so that everyone enjoys it. The ending just perfectly justifies the title.

I certainly recommend this book to all psychological thriller lovers.

My ratings- 4.5/5

Book review📚#1

Title- How far I have come!

Author- Utkarsh pandey

Pages-148

My ratings- 4/5

“Promises are meant to be broken when responsibilities overcome them and finishing you is my responsibility now”

This is a story of friendship, falling in love and separation followed by a tragic incident.

The book revolves around the protagonist, Aviral, a teenager and his friends. Aviral fallen for a girl but didn’t get reciprocated later he found his true love in Anaya only to get separated eventually by a unbelievable misfortune.I appreciate the inclusion of certain aspects of life which indeed a matter to look onto. This novel also sheds light on the significance of social media and how teenagers derive pleasure with minimalist source of entertainment.

The story unfolded in a interesting way though the first half is quite wearisome. The cover page, however, could have been a lil better and it needed proper editing to avoid the grammatical errors.

I recommend this book especially for the teenage group.

WFIB’S EDITOR WISHING YOU HAPPY NEW YEAR | FT. ANUJ TIWARI

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Self introduction

Hello everyone!

It’s my pleasure to introduce myself… well I’m Deepa born and raised in Assam. I did my graduation in chemical science from Dibrugarh university. I’m a fulltime teacher and part time writer.

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