Saturday, April 8, 2017

Blinks in the blackout by Dr. Hari Parameshwar-Review




Book Name         - Blinks in the blackout
Author                  - Dr. Hari Parameshwar
Publisher              - Good Times Books
Number of Pages - 216
Publishing Year   - 2017
Edition                  - Paperback
Price                     - 168

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Rating : 3.0


My Review


Vikram finds himself caught in the web of life and death. A fall , unconsciousness and a relay of memories. For everyone, Vikram has either boarded a flight to Goa or already in Goa when he lies unconscious by the  stairs of his house, when the whole world is unaware. Glimpse of his past flashes through his mind. 

Vikram's troublesome past is depicted as bit of memories which switch between his conscious and unconscious states. His troublesome childhood, first love, unsuccessful marriage, wonderful career; everything flashes through her cerebral layers. 
The book is a club if genres - It can be counted as a pshychological thriller, spiritual fiction or a literary fiction. We can see author's foray into psychology, spirituality, literature, spirituality, suspense, familial relations, love and so on and so forth. 
There are a lot of observations, though not as per theory standards, that touch a chord in the reader. It would not be more if I say again and again that the language of the author is exemplary. Nevertheless, the climax killed the fun. It was quite expected and predictably cliched. 

This review is in return of a free book from the publisher