No matter how dark the night is, it cannot ever keep the sun from rising.
The Secret Of The Palamu Fort by Razi, a book published by Storymirror is a story of Detective Robin and his friends, who are on a mission to solve a mystery. The mystery of Palamu Fort. The treasure of Maharaja Medini.
I loved how the story started. It kept me hooked from the very first page. It looked like there’s some kind of historic story from the cover but the book turned out to be completely different. It’s more interesting than my expectations.
The plot of the story is interesting with lots of twists and turns. I loved how the author built the plot. The narration of the story is simply amazing keeping the reader hooked throughout. It’s a historical fiction that you’ll fall in love with.
The way the author sequenced the events is commendable. It’s a page-turner book that you will fall in love with. It’s a fast-paced story with a smooth flow.
The characters that the author developed are wonderful creating a strong impact on the reader. I loved Robin’s character the most. The other characters played a vital role in making the story more interesting.
The writing style of the author is witty and gripping. With every new chapter, unfolds a mystery that will be solved by our detective Hero. The language used by the author is simple and appealing. The author added a little humour to make it a light read which is amazing.
The climax of the story is commendable. History, Mystery, thriller are some themes used by the author to make the story more interesting. It’s a quick read with a wonderful plot. Though I am a little disappointed with the cover of the book.
Overall, It’s a book with a crisp narration and a wonderful storyline.
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Someone has risen from the dead and is haunting the sinister ruins of the Palamu Fort, situated in the mystical land of Jharkhand.
A few hundred kilometers from the fort, in the capital city Ranchi, a History Professor of St. Xavier’s college is murdered at his home. The witnesses claim he was killed by a ghost!
The police is clueless. Inspector Patrick Minj ropes in Detective Robin Horo, who unearths a clue which indicates that the murder has a bloody trail running as far as 350 years in the history of Jharkhand. A poisonous conspiracy was plotted centuries ago in the Kingdom of Palamu that designed the downfall of an empire and forced the king to hide his legacy in the unforgiving and indifferent womb of time.