Book Review – The Game Of Secrets

Reveiw –
Saurish hegde keeps the pace swift and the twists exciting. Readers definetly liked this speculative thriller in one sitting [as will] those who enjoy roller-coaster reads. Suspenseful, frightening, and sometimes poignant * Kirkus * Excellent characterization and well-crafted tension . A mind-blowing sci-fi/suspense/love-story mash-up.

Nishanth shetty is a son of a successful bussinessman owning a chain of hispitals. He is an upcoming oncologist in the city of Mangaluru. Although he is the heir to his father’s chain of hospitals in the city and all over the country, Nishanth wants to carve a path of his own and do something for the greater good.For this, he enlists the help of Kashyap, a local politician, with the aim of fighting the election and being a messiah for the underprivileged. Kashyap forms a party with his help and funds.

He meets Navya at first time in a party and is madly in love with her. He is very serious about their relationship, but a call from Dr.Ramdas,a scientist, changes everything in his life. Ramdas, asking him to be a part of an experiment he is conducting that would change the world healthcare. A little apprehensive about the project, Nishanth agrees to visit Ramdas on the condition that he would only participate if he found this super confidential experiment worth. Therefore, he breaks up with Navya, tells his parents about his imminent journey to Europe and leaves.

The short chapters and a to-the-point storyline . I would recommend this book to all those who are diehard fans of mystery and suspense along with elements of romance.

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