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I think I know you…Karunya, Do I? – Ajit Panicker

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Book Title: I think I know you…Karunya, Do I?
Author: Ajit Panicker
Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 2381.0 KB
Print Length: 218 pages
Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
Language: English
ASIN: B074KXZVD1

Blurb:
Karunya, a Hindu Delhi boy and Aasma, a Muslim Lucknow girl fall for each other while battling against a series of strange events. They set out on an adventure trip to unravel a mystery which has made their life miserable in the past few months. But instead of setting it right, they delve themselves into more grave problems.
Karunya and Aasma are spellbound when they finally discover the reasons behind the troubles they are going through. The country is under a devastating terrorist attack. The special task force is formed to capture the gang of terrorists. While the terrorists and the STF team get down to even each other, Karunya and Aasma, the protagonists of the story are busy decoding the mystery. The romantic thriller keeps the reader guessing that one person among them, who happen to be part of the terrorist gang.

My Review:
“I think I know you…Karunya, Do I?” is a three track parallel love story intersecting at some time in the narration,The story has many noticeable twists and keeps the reader in an aura of suspense, although there is disconnection here and there, interestingly reincarnation makes the trick. This is my second book with the army/terrorism backdrop, author has executed the concept well by including the software engineer perspective (IT culture), religion/Hinduism, love, romance and reincarnation.this book also touches the humour part as well, not to miss mentioning book cover is simple, colorful and eye catching.

Overall I rate “I think I know you…Karunya, Do I? – Ajit Panicker” as 3/5, well blended with romance, suspense, clear plot, decent narration, with a need of proof reading, parallel plot inter-connectivity, cut-down of few conversations and minimal Hindi+English wordings book turns out to be a one time read.

Cheers
Kiran K Adharapuram

 

 

 

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