Natasha Mehra Must Die: The Doomsday Trilogy Book 1

Thank you Anand Sivakumaran for the review copy.

Blurb ( as behind the book)
A 14-year-old girl is butchered in a high school shooting.
A 72-year-old woman is throttled at home.
A 7-year-old child is crushed into the concrete by a trash dumper.
The only thing common between all of them: Their name.
Someone is slaughtering every woman, girl and child named Natasha Mehra . . .
Which is what Natasha Mehra, the most unpopular girl on campus, discovers. Though she’s always hated her name, she would’ve never imagined that it would be the reason she would be on the run from a gruesome death.
But these murders aren’t random acts of madness. Rather, they are part of a conspiracy hatched by the Kul, an all-powerful secret organisation with tentacles everywhere. And the success or failure of this 2000-year-old mission will determine the future of humankind . . .

Author
Anand Sivakumaran has been telling stories since he was five. After passing out of IIT Bombay, he did stints in journalism, advertising, event management and youth marketing, before landing up in the entertainment business. His credits include films like Kalyug and Nazar and TV shows like The Buddy Project, Sadda Haq, Miley Jab Hum Tum, Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahin, Rishtey, Adhafull, etc. He has directed two films as well—Detour and Money Devo Bhava (awaiting release).
He currently runs CROCTALES, a creative shop that makes and runs web series, films and TV shows.
Anand also does live, interactive storytelling which involves making up stories on the spot in front of a live audience using their words. He also has a storytelling podcast—The Croc’s Tales—again telling stories using listener’s prompts.
Mumbai is his base in between exploring the world.

Review

  • Attractive cover.
  • Intriguing blurb.
  • Engaging read.
  • Non lucid language therefore not suggested for freshers.
  • Very good narration.
  • Faced paced.
  • Very gripping and breathtaking.
  • Not a light read.
  • Good characterisation.
  • Cinematographic effect.
  • Looking forward to the sequel.
  • Unpredictable plot and storyline.
  • Highly recommended.

Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐/🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Book link

Natasha Mehra Must Die: The Doomsday Trilogy Book 1 https://www.amazon.in/dp/9388369327/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_CtcDCbNDPYS27

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