Skyfire – Goosebumps review

Armageddon scenarios where the nation’s fate hangs on the balance, a cast of believable characters, a well – researched backdrop that draws the reader into a make-believe world and finally a plot that grips the reader and will not let him or her go till the last page!

Plot Summary: The story is about a different Warcraft and it is positioned on India. The major cities of India are facing a freaking weather conditions. The sudden change of weather leads to a series of doubts in the intelligence departments. At the same time Chandrasekar a journalist along with historian Meenakshi are in pursuit of finding children who disappears from slums. Both the incidents connect at one point which leads to a shocking discovery. Later they are joined by intelligence operative Syed Ali Hassan. Who is behind all this crimes? What set the weather to freak out? Did the three succeed in their mission? Has been narrated in the 256 pages thriller.


Skyfire

Author: Aroon Raman

Published by: Pan Macmillan India

Published on: 20th October, 2016

Pages: 256 (Paperback)

Price: Rs.192 Buy now

Goosebumps review: A must read for thriller lovers. A western standard Indian thriller. Goosebumps guaranteed.

(4 / 5)

This is Mr. Aroon Raman’s third thriller and one of his best as well. The plot is unusual but an apt one for the genre. The narration was gripping from the word go. The author has not taken much time to set the characters and that is an advantage for this thriller. The characterization was fine for a thriller.

One can compare the novel to western thrillers which rules the Indian market. The author has set the story with western readers in mind (It seems). There was no prolonging chapters or pages. The duo of Chandrasekar and Meenakshi has been portrayed as James bonds of India. A fantastic thriller with good plot and characters.

There are few glitches like the initial set up for the story was too short, may be that might be ok for a thriller. There is not much suspense, one can easily guess who the antagonist is. But the phase of the story has swallowed everything and keeps the readers at bay.

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About the Author:

Aroon RamanMr. Aroon Raman was born in Bengaluru. He has been an entrepreneur since 1997. He has run “Raman Boards” and “Raman FibreScience” two successful ventures. His writing career started in the             year 2012 with the publication of The shadow Throne. So far he has authored three books (Including Skyfire).

Personal website: www.aroonraman.com

anise

A soft skill trainer hails from Karur, Tamilnadu. Loves to be a bookworm, enjoys watching movies and internet savvy

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