Tuesday, 14 November 2017

The Colours of Passion

When you are the Tollywood sensation and a heartthrob of every fan of yours, what can possibly go wrong for you?

Hiya Sen lived an luxurious life and being an actress in the Tollywood industry meant, she had her fans in every nook and corner of the city. She was recently married to Manav Chauhan, who is one of the most famous business man of the city and they lived a very happy life until one night.

When she was brutally raped and murdered. As a being high profile murder case ACP Agni Mitra takes up the case and is baffled by the fact that whomsoever he met could be a suspect in the murder of Hiya. Though he managed to nab the culprits, he wasn't able to find out the mastermind behind the murder.

Until this moment I loved the story and had a great opinion that this is going to be interesting story. But I felt as if the story is being dragged and felt as if the author was forcing us to read what happened next rather than me turning the pages.

It was a dead end and I kept on thinking as to why a brake was applied to the smooth pace of the story. My initial thoughts was that there is no point in reading what happened next. It will eventually lead to a cold end. Nevertheless I went ahead with the story.

Now when the ACP, starts investigating the case, he comes across the suspects, but one after the other suspect is being murdered and the case gets complicated than what it was in the first place.

This is where the story again starts picking up the pace and I have to say is an ultimate page turner. It kept me engrossed in the plot and with the suspense building and with so many things happening all that the same time, you will find it hard to keep the book down.

What happened next? Who was the mastermind behind Hiya's murder?

The story is inevitably one of the best in the crime and thriller genre. Initial impressions of the book wasn't great but once you get past the so called pre-assumptions of what will happen next, you will be unhappy with the fact that you were completely wrong about your assumptions.

Get your hands on the book the moment you find it in the book store and I can assure you that you will be thrilled by the end of the story.

I received a copy from Writersmelon in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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