India’s first start-up of superheroes with a mission of saving lives is here to kick ass.
Rasiq is riding the highs of life thanks to his successes as an investment banker. But his arrogance soon gets the better of him and he ends up losing everything he holds dear.
Managing to salvage only his grit from the wreckage, Rasiq reboots his life and teams up with five uniquely talented superheroes to start a rescue venture—DareDreamers. These superheroes—Nick: a crazy inventor; Halka: an inhumanly strong man; Arjun: a champion shooter; Natasha: a Bollywood stunt-double; Dr Vyom, a medical Sherlock Holmes; and, of course, Rasiq: the mastermind—combine their unique talents to deliver spectacular rescue operations. Their skyrocketing success, however, comes at a price—an enemy hell bent on tearing down their fame and reputation.
Will DareDreamers defeat its wily adversary? Or will it become yet another failed start-up?
Treachery, action and adventure come alive to make DareDreamers a page-turner.
Final Rating: 4.5/5
The cover looks perfect, keeping the plot in mind. As a reader, I couldn’t have asked for a better cover.
The title “Daredreamers” seems almost perfect as the plot is based on a story of an investment banker who dares to dream and work on a preneur.
The Blurb is thought provoking as the story is common to almost everyone these days, where everyone dreams to dare and start something of his own.
The protagonist Rasiq is an investment banker, who loses everything he has as a result of his arrogance. Then, he begins a startup with Nick, Halka, Arjun, Natasha and Dr Vyom.
The story begins with some unrealistic things, but soon becomes realistic after the competitors begin their tactics.
The father-son duo has narrated a story which began with an adrenaline rush on a high but as the story progressed it got more gripping.
I liked the concept of getting away from the traditional risk-free normal 9-5 job to start a new venture.
The narration is simple yet interesting and all the characters added to the charm of the story.
It’s an inspiring tale with an suspense touch to it.
It’s a recommended read for readers who likes to read inspiring and motivational novels.