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Book Review: The Sinners by Sourabh Mukherjee

BLURB

The Sinners is a fast-paced thriller that weaves together elements of corporate warfare and personal vendetta. This is a whodunit about primitive, caveman instincts of those creating futuristic technology, and the complicated dynamics of relationships in the modern urban society.

A decadent womanizer drunk on power, a wife battling her demons to hold the family together, a jilted lover who swears revenge, the best-friend-turned-foe in the corporate jungle, a seductive temptress whose charms none can escape, a ruthless business rival, the shadow of a sinful past – all come together to make The Sinners an unputdownable read.

BOOK REVIEW

Cover: 5/5
Title: 4/5
Blurb: 4/5
Presentation: 4/5
Plot: 5/5

Final Rating: 4.5/5

The cover is just perfect, given the plot and the story. This is the best cover possible for this story.

The title “The Sinners” seems perfect as the plot is based on the love story of Vikram, who is in Top Level Management of a Corporate. It’s not so simple, but it may seem attractive to some.

The Blurb is thought provoking with the mention of corporate warfare, vendetta and seductive temptress.

This is the story of Vikram, who is a Corporate head, with a complicated lifestyle.

I would suggest that This Novel should be studied as a Case Study for “What not to become in a Corporate” to all the Management Students.
They should read and study this story, as it’s a perfect classic example.

The story is a real thriller. Once you start, you won’t be able to put it down till you complete it.

The language used is really good. The narration is simply interesting and both the characters are crafted beautifully that they feel so real.

I somehow got involved with the plot, thinking about what will happen next in the story. This is an story of love, lust, money, affairs, corporate vendetta, and disappointment.

To sum it up, it is an unpredictable tale with an thriller experience.

It’s a recommended read for book lovers who like to read thriller or corporate stories.

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