Book Review: The Child of Misfortune: Soumitra Singh



The Child of Misfortune unveiling book by Soumitra Singh is a geopolitical suspenseful story that takes consign athwart diverse unexplored terrains in an endeavour to work loose an inexplicable diversion of stratagem, where the players have their existence and a lot more at wager and looks at the notions of terror campaign funding missions, to the conflicts in freezing Siachen, to the ins and outs of Hacking, to the misuse of offshore financial hubs to child prostitution.

The volume features extremely finely outlined dual heroes, Amar and Jonah, who loved playing chess since upbringing, before a sequence of dealings split their camaraderie apart and at present, they have matured up and stumble on themselves daring each other once more in a treacherous fixture of chess with very high risks connecting their verve and the existence of millions of folks.

The fixture that seizes them on an extremely daring exhilarating expedition like a dream across quite a few locations, from the dell of radical Kashmir, Mumbai, Korea to the ravenous business houses of London and a lot more, with the chords firmly coupled, as well as the movement harmonious.

The tome switches on strong and sustains an extremely first-class cadence seizing us all the way through myriad surroundings, each paced with a considered conspire and encompassing heaps of exploits with the trepidation is magnificently upholded till the closing stages.

There are no down in the dumps imagery in the narrative with numerous capricious twists and turns intersperses with mind-blowing split seconds with a strapping development of temperaments taking us in the course of several settings endeavouring to endow with cutting edge insight into these themes all the way through a swift lick, exploit exploration sequence of events.

The pacy paperback in the midst of a finely wickered, mesmerizing, fine web like convoluted taut encrusted contrive, and glowingly delved into sharp inscription craft the reserve unputdownable by means of its unswerving as well as scorching rate of knots and has kept up its centre of attention completely on the assignment at dispense.

The assertion is first-rate, with the writing approach of the writer is really unsullied as well as well-heeled that is idiosyncratic, amusing and simpering with the straightforward yet extremely expressive picking of spotless cliché free words and is not a work of fiction for the pusillanimous, other than for booklovers who are fond of wacky personalities, information, achievements, and an unanticipated wrapping up.

The writer is extraordinary with the approach of connecting the facts with fiction with episodes fit in among chalk and cheese timeframes and walks around a lot in a very short time, with a complete gem of a thriller with the rapport among Amar and Jonah is given a picture of in such a way that you can certainly not state if they are adversaries or associates and that is the magnificence of this order.

Despite the fact that the volume covenant with a lot of characters, the person who reads is certainly not bewildered at any point with a number of truly potent serious as well as finely crafted characters in the account in the company of the eccentric moral fibres who are very human as well as frail.

All in all, an exceptionally enthralling, absorbing as well as marvellously meticulous unambiguous page-turner it is an out of this world paperback in the midst of capricious dealings covenanting with a lot of modern-day events with the succession so incredibly well thought-out that it crafts it extremely effortless for the person who reads to connect the dots at the right moment in time.

Format: Paperback ♥ Pages: 328 ♥ Published: March 2014 ♥ Published: Times Group ♥ ISBN13: 9789382299929 ♥ Language: English