Final Rating: 4/5
The cover is designed with the complexity of the story, once you dive in, it comes out to be really simple. It just took some time to connect the dots of this engaging thriller.
The title “Tarikshir” seems good as the plot is based on the story of thriller. It’s simple and attractive.
The Blurb is thought provoking with the mention of Prince Rudra Pratap Chauhan, mysterious death of his father King, mention of British army added to the thrill of the story.
This is the story of a Prince of a small princely state of Rajasthan, Devangarh. Prince Rudra Pratap Chauhan has lost his father, the king of Devangarh. Rudra finds that the death of the king was not an accident, then the British army plans to attack the state.
The story is a real thriller. It’s a page turner. 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. To sum it up, it is an unpredictable tale with an thriller experience throughout.
It’s a recommended read for book lovers who like to read thriller historic stories.