Thursday, August 25, 2016

Whisper of Worms By Maracardian review by HRCPublisher

Whisper of Worms BY Marcardian Review by HRCpublisher

'Interesting and gripping Insight of Corporate Politics' 

About the book

'Thobias Mathai, of Indian Origin banker has settled in USA with his wife and three children, but at the age of retirement deadly lung cancer clouded his mind. He prefers to die in his own country and his own village with memory childhood and parents. 
He returns to India where his mother has been bedridden. He enjoys sweet and sour memory of his childhood; his friends his school, his innocent questions and sad death of his father also.
But India has welcomed him with something creepy that will not let him rest in peace....'

  • My Rating (7.5 out of 10 star)

'Interesting and gripping Insight of Human life and corporate politics'

Cover page (4 out of 10)

Most disappointing thing in whole book is only cover page; that downs the urge to buy the book. Nothing Attractive in the cover page.
Author should Improve cover page of the book.

Plot of the story (9 out of 10)

Plot is simple but interesting, keeps surprising you with twists Enough to keep reader engaged throughout the book.

Writing style (7.5 out of 10)

The whole book is written in simple, error free Indian English. Fluency is maintained throughout the book, but sudden jump from the childhood memory to Corporate politics at a place has disturbed the story which may effect the mood of the reader. 
Story is more like a talkative and classical movie that keeps you interested; feelings expressed in words touch the heart. 
How a common man gets shattered in corporate politics reminds reader his own difficulties in job sector. How childhood feeding of Hell and Heaven rules effects a man in his whole life is perfectly described. 
In brief author has overpowered all loop holes of the book by his writing style.

Characters (9 Out of 10)

The most thing i like in this book is the characters, developed as well as realistic.
Protagonist is developed well, whole character is written well; how he tried to keep secret of disease from his family reveals his concern for his family.
All other characters are given enough space to understand their characteristics motives.

Climax (8 out 10) 

Climax is little bit sad but the author is successful to keep reader engaged in the climax also, by imaginary whispers of worms. 

Who should read the book? 

Love, romance, drama, entertainment everything is here. so anyone who wants a nice book to read should prefer this.

Who should not read the book? 

This is not campus love story, so love story lover do not try this book. Also no action book so for action lover this is not your book.

My suggestion:

Click the below link and get the book, worth to pay and read. GO and grab the copy....

  • Product detail:
  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Cactus (2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 8190940813
  • ISBN-13: 978-8190940818
  • Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 12.7 x 1.3 cm

This is book is provided by HRCpublisher as free complimentary copy for unbiased and honest review.

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