Book reviews

Book review: Tune for the Dead by Anshul Vijayvargiya and Debashish Irengbam

Title- Tune for the Dead
Author- Anshul Vijayvargiya and Debashish Irengbam
Publisher- HarperCollins India
Format- Paperback
Pages- 208
Genre- Thriller, Fiction
Publication date- 30 April 2019

Book blurb:
One tune. Three listeners. Three grisly suicides. The melody – an eerie piano symphony – is the last thing they hear. Leading an unremarkable existence in the sleepy town of Manali, Private Detective Dhruv is jolted into the heart of this case when he is hired by Misha, daughter of the first victim, Raina Awasthi. As he delves deeper into the mystery, threats against his life begin to multiply. It’s soon clear that he is dealing with a conspiracy that goes far beyond suicides and murders, and that there is more at stake here than just his life. The shadows are closing in, and Dhruv is all that stands in their way.

Book review:

“Tune for the dead” by Anshul Vijayvargiya and Debashish Irengbam is absolutely riveting and full of surprises.

Private Detective Dhruv is hired by Misha, daughter of the first victim, Raina Awasthi. The whole book travels through streets of Manali where an eerie piano symphony is being heard at the time of murders to the cities where cases are unveiled.

A book infused of unpredictable situations that’ll leave you holding your breath. As you start reading you’ll find that before a mystery could be solved, another turns up. The climax is fascinating and makes it worth recounting.

Narration and Characterization: With very simple and good choice of words narration of book was quite engrossing. Characters of Raina and Misha doesn’t seems important but plays a major role in the whole book.

There were minimal descriptions given at few points that more or less created intricacies for me other than I had no issues with this book and overall experience was enthralling.

Recommended✨

My Ratings- 4/5

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