When a book or a topic is about Karma, I instantly get interested in it. Because it is fun to read the stories and makes me believe in Karma even more than I ever believed. However, now I have realized that not every book on Karma is a funny one and this book made me feel so. This book is an interesting one I give it 4 stars out of 5. Here is my review of it:-
The story is based in Bihar during the 90s which was infamous for its Jungle-Raj. One of the best things that I loved about this book is that it is a beautiful combination of multiple characters and stories. While most of the books that have multiple stories end up in a confusion and make the readers go baffled, this was not the case with this book. The stories have been connected in an amazing manner with Karma playing the major part in the lives of almost every character. The characterization has been done in an amazing way to make the readers glued to the book.
More than the plot, I liked the way the characters have been described in this book and how smoothly they flow with the storyline. So, I did not want to break my flow of reading this book. There was a good amount of suspense in the book as well as I wanted to read how Karma will play a role now! I did not like the title of this book much and believe that it could have been a more catchy one. Also, the cover is quite simple and was a bit unattractive for me.
If you enjoy reading books on Karma, you can go for this one.
Cover- 3 / 5
Narration- 5 / 5
Plot- 5 / 5
Title- 3.5 / 5
Overall- 4 / 5