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SECRET NIGHTMARE Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08W5G96TN
- Language : English
- File size : 472 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 51 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #44,373 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Author: Shilpa Pitroda
The title of the book ' Secret Nightmare ' is mysterious and intriguing.
The book's cover image is a close-up image of a young woman and her eyes expressing extreme fear. The image justifies the story.
There will be a hairline difference between reality and illusion sometimes. There will also be a small gap between beliefs and fears. When fear overpowers the main psyche, other than getting surrendered to the situations, none can do anything.
Something similar happens with Asmee, and from that moment, her journey with the fear starts. Where does it take her? Will it harm her? Will she overcome the fear? Read this short novella.
What I like:
1. The plot
2. The romantic element between the main characters
3. The mystery and thrill factor
4. The fantastic climax and pre-climax
What I didn't like:
This is a short and interesting read, and apart from two small spelling errors, there is nothing to be disliked.
There are few characters, but every character, including the central ones, are crafted with scope and importance.
An interesting and gripping narration is observed in the story. The sequence between Asmee and Oman is one of the highlights. Also, the subtle and sweet romance between Vansh and Asmee is beautifully illustrated.
Language & Grammar:
A fundamental and simple language is used in the story, which will make the readers feel comfortable.
My Final Verdict:
Expect the unexpected!
Book Title: 4/5
Book Cover: 4/5
Inside the book: 4/5
Language & Grammar: 4/5
Final Rating: 4/5
In this book the author narrates a tale of black magic or negative energy with an Indian touch. Temple on the beach of river, aghori and their connection with black magic, parallel world save lemon on the road - all these things and stereotypical and predictable. As a reader I found the story predicable and loads of grammatical errors. The protagonist has a haunting and disturbing past which is not explained (even minutely) and Oman is the character that attracted me the most but I feel her is just interested and removed abruptly.
My rate for this book is 2. To be detailed - 1 for the old Indian tale of horror, 0.5 for some good words (quotes) I enjoyed in this story and 0.5 for cover page and title (which made me pick this book).
The plot and pacing is fine but could have been better if the characterization was more descriptive because, in my personal opinion, I think we can imagine and relate to a character more if their development and description about them and the surroundings are explained well. It was lacking here. The writing style is good but still it was more like telling than showing. However, it has a great climax, unexpected ending. It's a short read and thus, it can be completed in a single sitting. Overall, a very engaging and interesting read.
The plot is intricately woven and the suspense element is well developed. But there are way too many grammatical errors to be ignored. Character development also needs some attention.
Overall it's an interesting read!