Review – last attractor of chaos by Abhinav Singh

Author- Abhinav Singh

Publisher- Notion press

Genre- Thriller, sci-fi

Pages- 282

My Rating 3.5/5 🍩🍩🍩

I like the away Indian authors are breaking into all genre. You can find few great books in every genre penned by talented Indian writers.

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This book has two qualities which keep a thriller alive; its fast and its enjoyable.
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Female protagoist shruti is sort of Indian tomb raider and after she lost her father and husband, due to her loyality to her vigilance agency, she has a tough assignment to complete. She is pregnant and has to face loss of her husband due to her own job and it’s inherent risks.

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It is fast with lots of brainy twists and flip flop journey which keeps reader into the awe. Her speed and intelligence are notch above her peers and all characters around her are nicely painted out. Author has used his physics background to weave nice stream of events.
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there are awesome bits and there are a few little tepid parts in the story.
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deciphering numerical codes, is little difficult for average reader and effort to mix metaphysics with physics is always a tricky business, but author has done good job of making sense of both.
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I liked the book. It is recommended for Indian reader who wish to delve into female Indian superwomen.
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Lots of bullets, snipers, deaths and near escapes and all the brain churning logic infused in the the story makes it, a definite book for thriller lovers.

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Waiting for future books by the author.

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