Tuesday, October 17, 2017


My review:
Prasant Kevin is one hell of a writer, kudos to the writer for this supple piece of work. It is well contrived and has left me awe stuck. The plot is a result of intricate planning and has the tenacity to take this piece to a greater height. All the characters are having a tumultuous past and a turbulent future. Reading this book enthralled me and left me with an urge for more. Book contains some explicit descriptions of a corrupted mind and some of a beautiful sexual encounter. 40 + murders and all follow a same pattern and the way the mystery unfolds one after another was impeccable. The work of Dr. Black endowments is extraordinary and his unconventional ways of investigation outwit everyone else. The book has been written with contemplation and it will never let you delusional. This book was an odyssey and it edifice’s for the next lined up by writer. Go read it yourself for a better understanding.

Product description: OVER A SPAN OF TEN YEARS, HE KILLED FORTY PREGNANT WOMEN AND THEN VANISHED WITHOUT A TRACE. AFTER FIVE YEARS OF SILENCE, HE IS BACK AGAIN, SEEKING HIS NEXT VICTIM. ONLY ONE MAN CAN STOP HIM - PROFESSOR BLACK. Maher was found unconscious in the middle of the highway and later, in the hospital, she revealed that she had escaped from a killer's house. All the details and patterns matched the serial killer 'Kansa,' who had disappeared five years ago after murdering forty pregnant women. ACP Saargi Desai was assigned to the case. She appealed to her department to bring back Professor Black to help her catch the killer. The Professor, who had a haunting past that had kept him away from the world of crime and investigation for several years, was not willing to take on this case. But the ACP managed to convince him to get on board just for this one last time. Soon after agreeing to help, the Professor realized that for the first time in his life, he had met his match. As he dug deeper into the case, everything got dirtier, the stakes went higher, and nothing was what it seemed.


Thursday, October 12, 2017

Army girl steals civilian’s heart…

Book Title: Army Girl Steals Civilian's Heart
Author: Oswald Pereira
Format: Kindle
Total Number of Pages: 172
Publisher: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
Publishing Date: 21 Sept 2017
Printed Price: INR 120

This book, in particular, has all the traits to engage you in an amazing tale of love and positive vibes. Starting this book made me skeptical of how the story would build up. but believe me, this book will not disappoint you and will leave you all smiling and content. Oscar and Amrita are one hell of a couple and they hit it very well. I was intrigued and captivated with the progress of the story, and it builds up gradually into a grand one. The characters are amazingly crafted and as if they exist in real life. The book is funny witty and has moments to cherish. we are in a progressive world and breaking barriers of religion and culture is bound to happen and is happening. 
kudos Oswald Pereira I will jump onto your next book as soon as it gets published. keep up the good work and keep intact the humor.
worth 4 stars and all the praises you deserve ..

Saturday, October 7, 2017

खर खर खर्राटे.....

ये घटना  दिसंबर २०११ की है | कड़ाके की ठण्ड पड़ रही थी और हर बार की तरह भारतीय रेल अपनी समय सारणी की  धज्जियां उडा रही  थी | मैं इस वृतांत का हिस्सा तो नहीं पर जब भी ये वाक्या  याद आता है , मैं अपनी हंसी रोक नहीं पाता | मेरे बुआ की पुत्री  की शादी थी और मेरे पिता जी माताजी चाचाजी और चाचीजी एक साथ यात्रा कर रहे थे | गाड़ी आपने निर्धारित समय से काफी विलम्भ  से आयी थी और रात्रि के करीब १० बजे ये लोग ट्रेन  पे सवार हो गए, खाना तो इन  लोगों ने पहले ही खा  लिया था  सो सब सोने की तैयारी मैं लग गए | पिता जी  एकदम उस्ताद थे पलक झापकते ही नींद के  आग़ोश मैं समां गए  | करीब ५-६ घंटे सोने के बाद इनका उतरने वाला स्टेशन आने ही वाला था सो सब सामान समेट  कर  आपस मे  बात-चीत करने लगे | पिता जी ने यूं ही मजाक मे  माताजी से कह दिया कल रात तुम इतने जोर से खार्राटे ले रही थी की मैं  सही से सो भी नहीं पाया इस तरह  भी कोई जानवरों की तरह सोता है | माताजी एकदम अवाक रह गयीं और बस इतना कहा की एक तो चोरी उस पे से सीना जोरी | मानो बस इसी  बात की इंतज़ार मे  एक सह यात्री बैठा था, भरा हुआ और अपने धर्य को रोका हुआ | वो अनजान  यात्री हांथों को जोड़ता हुआ विनती करते हुए पिता जी से कहता है भाई साहब मैं आपके आने के पहले से अपनी बर्थ पर सो रहा था अचानक ही मेरी नींद  खुल गई ऐसा प्रतीत हुआ की ट्रेन अपनी पटरियों से उतर गई  है और बस मैं आपने जीवन के आखिरी छन  को जी रहा हूँ  | मैं उठा और पसीने पसीने हो गया पर नींद खुली तो सब कुछ सामान्य था और आप डरावने तरीके से खर्राटे ले रहे थे | मैं पिछले पांच घंटो से अपनी सीट पे बस आपके जागने मात्र  का  इन्तज़ार कर रहा हूं | एक विनती है कृपया आप यात्रा करते समय अपने सह यात्रियों का भी ध्यान  रखें और मैं और मैं भविष्य इस बात का ध्यान  रखूँगा की अगर आप मेरे आस पास की सीट पे यात्रा कर रहे हो तो मैं अपनी यात्रा अगले दिन के लिए टाल  दूंगा | उस वाक्ये को पिता जी यूँ तो हमेशाही  हंसी की तरह लेते  परन्तु जब  भी मैं उनके लिए टिकट लेता तो वो हमेशा ही स्लीपर क्लास की टिकट लेने पे ज़ोर देते  क्यों की स्लीपर मे  ट्रैन की आवाज़ इतनी होती की उनके खर्राटों की आवाज़ कहीं खो सी जाती | 
पिताजी अपनी आलोचना भी बहुत सराहनीय तरीके से लेते और यथावत कोशिस करते की जहाँ संभव हो सुधार किया जा सके | बास खर्राटों पर  ही उनका ज़ोर नहीं था | पिताजी की हर यात्रा वृतान्त रोचक ही है  |  उनके जीवन से जुड़ी कुछ रोचक घटना अगले पोस्ट में | 

Monday, September 25, 2017

the hidden spark

This particular book falls into the category of motivational and self-help. It is written by a duo namely Vikash and Smita. Both the writers are young but it is rightly said age is not a factor for judging one's wisdom. It is once knowledge and experience that makes him wise. What makes this book interesting is the chapter wise presentation, easy language, and well-illustrated examples. Reading this book made me realize the simple mistakes I made and how just a small change in attitude can make a lot of a difference. It is rightly written in the book "The change begins within". The first half of the book is about self-improvement while the second half familiarizes us with strategizing, personality building, and some universal laws of basic management.
Real People Real Stories section is quite engaging and it comes right at the end of each chapter, that makes it more valuable. Some reflection on the life of successful people is well crafted.
The Book is a good read.
Overall rating is 3.5
Well crated and is certainly of good help.
Would like to end with a quote-"Age is just a number, maturity is a choice".

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Equations of a being…..

Reading this particular book was an enthralling experience. The writer Ashutosh gupta has been eloquent in expressing his felling and desires. Reading his work made me aware and realize someone else’s perspective on trivial issue and was agape by his writing skills and his proficiency in language. He certainly possesses exemplary writing skills. Good work Ashutosh.
About presentation of book:
1.       Book is represented in form of chapters presumably different stages of life of different emotional phases.
2.       Uncluttered spaces make book reading suppler.
3.       Book shows the tenacity of the writer.
About the book itself:
1.       The book is profoundly written.
2.       The chapters are well contrived and it is easy to go through.
3.       It took me 2 hours to finish the book as its contents were well sought out.

4.       The book content stands out and it shows it is well contemplated.

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Why Should I love you…?????

A great initiative by Half Baked Beans, and good work always pays off. I received the book before scheduled and amazon has always been apt. Well the writer Kamal Paneru has fascinated me with his was of storytelling. As the book progresses his choice and plot seems realistic and appropriate. This is not just another engineering college romcom rather a story that deals with love pain triumph and it also deals with an aspect of orthodox society. The story has been beautifully woven around protagonist an odd call that changes into friendship which with time evokes love and lastly resulting in loss pain and agony. Kamal I would certainly be reading your second book.
Spoiler alert:
Protagonist Raunak is smart lad intelligent modest and simple his character will make you correlate if u have ever been in love. A small-town boy who has high morals and values. Another important character is Juhi lady love of Raunak and her character is strong and holds the story together. Juhi comes from a family with orthodox values and strict rules for a daughter. I felt pity for what juhi has to bear and it is a harsh reality of our prevailing social stigma that we bear. While megha was a breath of fresh air for the story. The book deals with some issues that is not much talked about. The story is captivating and made me finish the book in a single sitting.  I would not reveal the plot as one must read to find it out and feel. Writer must be perplexed regarding the ending….


Monday, January 27, 2014

2013 Done and Dusted - Part 2

                      February marked to the beginning of new era when our friends started marrying and settling into there lives same happened to our group and the 1st one to fall was Rajeev Ranjan aka aapna Manta. The event saw a reunion of old pals and those momentous college days were relived sitting and having a gala time by road side in front of Patna Mahavir mandir was fun.
                         April again kicked in some action back into my life finally we planned and pinned to our prolonged delayed idea of white water rafting and camping by Ganges in Rishikesh. To add to it we ended up bungeeing as well from India's   only adventure zone Jumping Heights.The feeling was immaculate omniscient. The nearing ground vanquished my fear of height and fall to death.
                         loosen up live the life you have always dream't of because there are certain that are due to happen and all we can do is enjoy or disdain its existence.
      June July marked to a voyage of life time this one particularly was to pacify our religious desire, our voyage took us to the beautiful land of J&K our road trip began from Delhi with 6 folks and tons of excitement for Srinigar. Then saw places like Gulmarg Sonmarg Pehalgam and wandered around Srinagar.and someone rightly said the true heaven on earth is Here. We winded up our site seeing and buckled our shoes for the ultimate trip of our life "The Holy Amarnath Yatra" into the wilderness to holy amaranth caves of Shiva Ice Lingam. We started our trek to holy caves from Pehalgam. The serenity and view was pristine ethereal and our sole presence to those sacred land fulfilled the acrid desire of our voyage. I felt blessed overjoyed to have witnessed the folklore this tour ended us getting blessed up at holy shrines of Ma Vaishno Devi and then we headed back to Delhi preserving all those memories deep down within.
                               September took me back to Munger to witness my first Encounter with flood in Mighty Ganges and its effect to the commoner, Ganges  show us how tiny and insignificant we are in comparison to the vast extent of forces of nature.water Submerged every inch of land around its vicinity. Eventually November saw me getting married and courtesy of which ended up getting the longest leave of my life about a month. Getting married have brought some sense of responsibility and so far it has proven out to be a roller coaster joy ride. Arranging a new place and all hard work have paid off and am all set to begin life's new chapter and luckily have been blessed with a very understanding and talented wifeee Shipra.
                               December brought some unexpected news of grief and sorrow my wife lost her mother, it came in as a shock to every one in the family. It altered the course  of which we have planned our due course of life. I too have missed her as have not been fortunate enough to have witness her company but she was a cheerful lady, elegant and beautiful human. It was a very tough time for Shipra and the time ahead are again tough and critical, just pray to god that she holds it together.
                           December end saw a pilgrimage to the adobe of Lord Krishna in Vrindavan and Gowardhan Parikrama of 21km bare foot the darshan of lord banke bihari was sublime bliss. The entire year was a joyous ride met few great people Raman Munna and Firmed friendship with few Sameer. Identified some some not so great people.

Life is always unpredictable no one is sure enough of what it has to offer all we need is to be prepared to enjoy the available stances be brave enough to handle the catastrophe life has to offer .
            CHEERS TO LIFE CHEERS 2K13.