Friday, February 14, 2014

The Hunt for Kohinoor - A review.

About the book

A spine-chilling ninety-six hour hunt through the world’s most dangerous terrain where history collides with gunfire - will Mehrunisa get out of this one alive?

One morning on her way to work, Mehrunisa gets a call that will change her life forever. The truth about her missing father is at her fingertips - but it will take her on the most desperate chase of her lifetime.

A chase that will pit her against hardened Jihadis plotting the deadliest terror attack on India, that will test her mettle against history’s deep secrets, that will teach her that the price of love can mean bloodied hands ...

The Hunt for Kohinoor hurtles from from icy Kashmir to snow-clad Hindukush, from the sinister corridors of a military hospital to the warrens of Peshawar, even as the clock counts down to the impending catastrophe.

The Review

I am glad I took it up to review 'The Hunt for Kohinoor' by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar when Westland approached me to do it. I would have otherwise missed out on this fast paced, breath taking book.

The book has been a pleasure to read. The second book in the Mehrunisa trilogy (I need to read the first one) has been an enthralling one - an extremely well researched book indeed.

I liked the way the author has worked on creating the characters. They are very realistic. The chapters are nice, short and crisp. This makes it a pretty fast read. The language is simple and of decent standard. The book is breathtaking and the plot flows well.

Overall the book keeps you hooked on till the end.

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