Silent Invaders is the mystery-crime novel by Shree and is published by Petals Publishers. The book is has an intriguing story that hooks up the readers till end. I personally completed the book in single sitting. The incidents and the unrevealed connection makes the reader more curious to flip the pages till end.
Childhood Assaults have been the cruelest spot on humanity in any country of the world. The trauma due to it has long lasting impact on the tender mind of the child. The story revolves around the beautiful 26 years old young lady Sana and the crimes that her childhood assault provoked her to do. Sana, being unaware of the things happening around her is trapped in a serious trouble. But later with the help of her dear ones she is able to find out the actual reason behind the things she did unknowingly.
The author has beautifully penned the story leaving the clues at various point of the story. The simple, lucid language of the book makes it easy to visualize the scenario of the story.
The story has detail information about various aspect of mental illness, the cause of assault and its effect to our society. After reading the book it took me a day to come out of its spellbound effect.
The story of revealing dark aspect of human life should be read and one should help such people to come out from its horrific mental illness.
A composure of
The body of
Flesh, blood, bones
A portrait of
The canvas of
Sprinkled colours, cast
An angelic soul
The magical wings
But to herself,
A rhyming poem
The soaring wings
Of words and verse
– Sonia Motwani
‘The Three Wise Monkeys’ is a familiar yet an interesting title which attracts any bookworm to pick this book. The title ‘The Three Wise Monkeys’ carries a subtitle “Life is exciting when you have money, honey, and cronies”* on the very first page of the novel. As nowadays the trend of startups is reaching at its peak in India , the author has portrayed this scenario in his book.
The story all about the money but no doubt, pinch of love is also seen of the three boys. The three boys who miserably failed trying to seek their fortune while pursuing CA degree , meets their lady lucks and the journey starts. There are a lot of twist and turn in the novel. The writer clearly explains the difference between being failed and being defeated as failure never defeats you but the broken will to start all over again does.
The narrative style of the writer is very lucid and every minute detailing has been done .Though there are many characters in the story, the writer has played well along the established plot. The sarcastic, funny dialogs makes the novel lively and natural.
This book is a perfect mixture of suspense, love, drama, love, failure and comedy. All in all this book is an enjoyable read.
Well reading the name of the novel it did seem like The Three Mistake from Chetan Bhagat. As the writer himself is a CA , he has described the professional part profoundly. Though from the cover it may seem like it’s a love story yet it is more than just a love story. It’s a combo pack of all the feelings that a well built and well framed novel requires.
The humorous and simple narration made story-line unambiguous. Manav Modi a middle class CA aspirant is the protagonist of the story . The struggle of him and his family has been shown through various phases of life. He has a friend, Deepak Mehra. Deepak always to provoke Manav to achieve his goals to become successful CA. Manav also considered Deepak to be a competition for Urvashi Doshi, his love interest. A typical story of good winning over evil with lots of twists and 3 U-turns.
Though a predictable one , it’s fun to read episodes and those ups and downs in one’s life , to achieve their goals yet not by any evil means.
It’s a challenging book, and you have to enter the part of the characters and try to understand the depth of their feelings and of their fears, the value of their choices.
The language of the book is lucid and simple. It keeps the reader engaged in it’s flow. The book with the simple story yet describing it as an extra-ordinary one is worth reading.