Author : Kulpreet Yadav
Publisher : Bloomsbury India
Genre : Thriller, Crime
Source : Publisher
Rating : 1.5/5 Stars
Sultan of Delhi is a book that would be perfectly in place among the shelves of a Bollywood director. Filled with action, forbidden love and family honour, it is the quintessential Indian story about how a lone man, using his intelligence alone, succeedes in life only to have an old connection rear its ugly head.Arnab Ray is the author of The Mine and a couple of other books, all of which I’ve heard great things about but haven’t read yet. So when I was offered a chance to be part of the blog tour for his newest novel, I jumped at the chance. Continue reading
I have one of Aroon Raman’s books in my shelves and I didn’t read it because I thought it was part of a series and I’d accidentally bought book 2. Turns out it is a series but they aren’t continuous. Oh well. Now I’ve read the third instalment in the adventures of these characters and I have to say, I’m rather unimpressed. Maybe my expectations were too high from everyone telling me that the first two books are great or maybe the first two books are actually great and this is the only one that isn’t?
Ah thrillers. They will always be one of my favourite genres no matter how much more of anything else I read. There’s something wonderful about watching detectives, vigilantes and criminals do crazy things and give you adrenaline pumping moments without you having to put yourself in any kind of danger. And in that aspect, Remember Death does really well.