Author : Prity Subramanyam
Pages : 279
Publisher : Petals Publication
Genre : Fiction
Cover : 4/5
Blurb : 4/5
Plot : 4.5/5
Story-line : 4/5
Characters : 4/5
Writing Style : 4/5
Presentation : 4/5
Overall : 4/5
That night, nobody was listening…
That night, she was going to stare death in its eyes…
That night, honour was going to be defied…
That night, rituals were going to be broken…
That night, destiny was going to be re-written…
That night, she was going to survive…
He didn’t know, that night, he was going to die…
Nathan Hunt, a hotshot lawyer from LA, has left practice and immersed himself completely into self-pity and scotch. He lives unaware of Mehr, a tribal teenager in the eastern foot of the Himalayas, counting every breath of her life to fight the Lords of Gorakhashwa.
Mehr has landed herself in trouble by defying the rules of their tribal Lord. Now, the wrath of the Lords of Gorakhashwa shines upon her. She has to hide in the mysterious wilds of the Himalayas if she wants to live another day.
Nobody can save her, except Nathan. The problem is, he doesn’t even know her.
Heaven Conspires is a unique thriller novel based in the mystic land of India, depicting the story of two lives, living thousands of miles away, yet closely knit. So close that one has to travel the seven seas in search of the other.
How they come together, and why, is a bigger conspiracy. So huge that only the heaven can plot it.
- Amazingly different plot.
- Excellent Narration (Most difficult part to write).
- Character sketch was thorough.
- Story never loses the essence of a thriller.
- Pace of the story.
To be frank, first thing which attracts the eye of a reader about this book is the surname of the authoress as it resembles the bestseller author’s surname of India, Ravi Subramanian. Then comes the amazing cover and the blurb. Blurb is detailed and gives a little hint of a great plot of the story.
The best thing about the book is the way it’s been presented by the author. Writing two protagonist’s simultaneously without breaking the flow is a great task. The first chapter itself is pretty gripping. Story of Mehr provides the kick start which every thriller wants.
The book is basically a thriller with a sense of religious faith in it. I loved the overall treatment of the book. The only thing which I felt as a drawback for the book was it’s pace. Sometimes the narration of the book becomes very slow and that tends to withdraw the reader’s attention from the book.
It’s pretty different book. I’ll term this book as Religious scientific thriller and would surely recommend it to everyone who are looking to read something different.