Its’ all about Love, Politics and Friendship…

Author: Preetika Mehra
Publishers: Notion Press
Rating: 3/5

Review:Vidhya Thakkar- Indian blogger, Mumbai blogger, book blogger, Book blogger Mumbai, Book blogger India

Let you be my Puppet once is a story of Four friends, Saima, Vedica, Josh and Karan. Saima and Vedica are harassed by two boys, that’s when the four of them plans to take the revenge. Karan’s father is an income tax officer, Saima comes from business and political family, Josh comes from a middle-class family and Vedica’s Parents are in US.
Four friends, Politics, Revenge and Love. A story full of twists and turns.

Firstly, The cover and the title of the book could have been something else. The plot of the story is good, but then what confuses one is subplots. There are so many places where we finally connect with the story but then another character enters and it becomes confusing. The narration was too good. The pace of the story is good. The flow is smooth and crisp. The language used by the author is simple and interesting. The story could have been more good if there were no changing plots. The story no doubt has twists and turns, suspense, but then changing plots made it confusing. The characters the author made were amazing. each of them had their own importance and contribution. I loved John’s character the most.  The writing style of the author is engrossing. There are many themes that one will witness in this book. Politics, relationships, friendship, and Love.

Overall, there are strong Characters, Simple language, Interesting language. Overall, it’s a simple, easy and interesting read with lots of twists.

Like reading mystery? go for it.

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*** I received this copy from the author in exchange for honest and unbiased review***

Summary:

Losing their faith in the System, a group of MNC-employed youngsters decide to take revenge on some politicians and businessmen after having suffered at their hands. Their masterplan also exposes the connections of the powerful with the rich, of the mafia with politicians and of those who exploited the poor. All this leads to a war. A war that had never happened.

The Chief of Intelligence had never dealt with such brilliant people who were entangling him in multiple versions of events. After a while, he is unable to differentiate between the real and planted evidence. The clock is ticking. The media is on adrenaline.

The Chief is faced with several questions. How did it all happen? Will he be able to solve the case? Can he get the accused politicians acquitted? Should he find an escape for himself amidst the turmoil?

It’s time he found the answers!

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