Let Yourself Go, Be who You are
Author: Krishna Udayasankar
Publisher: Penguin India
Beast by Krishna Udayasankaris a wonderful story of Prithvi and Aditi. Aditi and Prithvi race through the dark underbelly of Mumbai-from quiet suburbs to gritty brothels, from forgotten colonial tunnels to the lights and glamour of the inner city-in search of a dangerous truth. How was Prithvi’s past? What will happen when Aditi join his hands with Prithvi?
It’s a wonderful story with an amazing full of twists and turns. The narration of the story is crisp and up to the point. The first few chapters are a bit heavy but once you connect to the story is amazing.
The way the author narrated each and every emotion is just wonderful.
The story takes a turn after a few chapters, keeping the reader hooked throughout. The language used by the author is simple and relatable. The Writing style of the author is crisp and Lucid that makes this book a page-turner.
The story is fast-paced with a smooth flow and many interesting chapters. With each chapter, the story gets interesting keeping the reader Invested in.
You’ll find different themes like friendship, past, loss, love in the story. The mystery element that the author added is wonderful. The way the story is developed is commendable. I loved how the author sequenced the events.
The characters that the author built are strong and relatable making this story more interesting. Each character had its own personality leaving a huge impact on the reader. I loved Aditi’s character the most.
Overall it’s a wonderful story with an interesting plot. A bit heavy read with lots of mystery. Like reading mystery? Go for it!!! It’s a perfect combination of fantasy and mystery.
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It was always the same dream, a dream that began with darkness and blood.’
When Assistant Commissioner of Police Aditi Kashyap is called upon to solve a gruesome triple homicide in a Mumbai suburb, she is dragged into the terrifying world of the Saimhas-werelions-who have lived alongside humans, hiding amongst them, since ancient times.
Faced with the unbelievable, Aditi has no choice but to join hands with Prithvi, an Enforcer called in to hunt down this seemingly otherworldly murderer.
But can Prithvi overcome the nightmarish burdens of his dark and violent past to unravel the mystery hidden deep within this secret world of werelions? Can he be trusted to save lives, or will he choose to serve a different, more powerful, master?
Read on, as Aditi and Prithvi race through the dark underbelly of Mumbai-from quiet suburbs to gritty brothels, from forgotten colonial tunnels to the lights and glamour of the inner city-in search of a dangerous truth.
In search of a monster.
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Yes, I do like reading mystery books.
This will be another book going up my shelf.
This article generated enough curiosity that I want to know the whole story now.