Book Review: Chakravyuh

Again I picked up a suspense novel. I can never end up reading the books of this genre because most of the books I find are good. The continuity of most of the books of this genre is amazing and you will be forced to read them quickly. However, every suspense book is not good and I have decided to choose the books more carefully. I give it 3 stars out of 5 and here is my review of it.

The story is about a successful CA who went on an adventure trip with his family. However, they fall into destiny’s traps and their happy adventure turns into something that they do not want to experience again in their lives. The family is caught by some tribal people. The protagonist is forced to solve a puzzle named Chakravyuh to set his family free from them. The story is all about how they try to solve the puzzle to get free from the captivation. It is all about the struggle and the action involved for the freedom. To know more, you will have to read the story.

Aarohy Kapoor, Review

I did not like the cover at all. It was too dull for me. The statue in the cover on a lighter background would have made the cover more attractive. The title is okay because it is the name of the puzzle and that is the book all about. The plot is different, though an unrealistic one. It is a plot that would be solely based on narration because the reader cannot connect to meeting a tribal person in day-to-day life. The narration brought it down. The story was boring at times and the things seemed to be dragged unnecessarily. It could have been an amazing read if it was well-narrated.

Pick up this book if you want to read some unrealistic tribal story.

Cover- 3 / 5

Title- 4 / 5

Plot- 3 / 5

Narration- 2 / 5

Overall- 3 / 5

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