Thank you Nikhil Pradhan for the review copy.
Blurb ( as in the back of the book)
When ten-year-old Sakshi goes missing from East Delhi, almost no one, including the police, seems too concerned. Not until a curious journalist begins to ask questions. Soon, she cracks open a can of worms, and what started as an innocuous investigation into corruption and systemic apathy begins to reek of a larger and terrifying conspiracy, as chilling secrets and long-dead skeletons tumble out. Pieced together using police reports, detailed interviews, leaked emails, WhatsApp conversations and much more, this extraordinary debut takes you from the bylanes of Delhi and the communist bunkers of Russia to the frozen grounds of Antarctica, following a trail that will leave you questioning what is real and what isn’t.
- Attractive cover.
- Intriguing title.
- Gripping plot.
- Unprepared and unpredictable twists.
- Narration is good but can be improved.
- Blurb is concise and crisp.
- No unnecessary descriptions to be bored by.
- Fast paced storyline.
- An engaging read.
Nikhil Pradhan is from Gangtok, Sikkim, but has worked and lived in different cities across India. He has worked in technology journalism and in advertising with Ogilvy. Cold Truth is his first book.