There is always a little time for everything.
There is always little time for everything.
Author: Suraj Laxminarayanan
Publisher: The Write Place
Elephants in a room is a story of a group of friends planning a bank heist to end their cash crunch. will they succeed in their plan? what will happen next?
The book has lots of twists and turns. It has suspense, crime and fun elements. I loved how they planned each and everything so well. There were gana songs that were translated. Each chapter had some inspiring lines.
The plot of the story is amazing. I loved how the author planned the plot. it was detailed and crisp. Each chapter was solving the missing Puzzle. The narration of the story was good, but again it was too dragged. There were places where I felt the scenario was dragged. The Pace of the book was good. It was perfect. The flow of the story was smooth. The characters in the story were good. each of them had their own importance. But then, there were too many characters which made this story more confusing. I was finding it difficult to connect with the story with so many characters.
The dialogues, conversations between the characters were engaging. One can easily connect with the story, but then as it was proceeding, it was getting more confusing. The language used by the author is simple and interesting. There was a grip in the writing style of the author. Each and every scene was well detailed by the author.
There are many themes one will witness in the story. Friendship, crime, fate, everything. This story has lots of drama and fun.
Well, the cover could have been something else, so is the title. The book has 87 chapters, and the real challenge is to read 598 Pages.
Overall, It’s a book with an interesting plot, crisp narration, simple language and Crime.
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“A perfect meal with all the right ingredients mixed in perfect proportion… a masterpiece!” – New Asian Writing.
A ragtag group of friends are planning a bank heist to end their cash crunch. Novices to crime, they are driven more by emotions than skill – their plan seems fool proof, or so they think.
In another part of the city, a gang of seasoned dacoits has botched up a job and now owes money to the local crime lord. They have to either pay up or pay for it with their lives – and time is running out …
In a bizarre twist of fate, both these groups are brought face-to-face. Trapped in a situation beyond the realm of their planning and experience, they must think on their feet, form quick alliances and rally behind an unlikely leader.
Set against the backdrop of Chennai, where men sing gaana songs in kuppams (fishing hamlets) nestled against swanky glass-fronted buildings and life-size cut-outs of film stars and politicians, a story of love, greed, friendship, fate and the absurdity of the human condition unfolds.