October 30, 2017

Book Review: The Colours of Passion by Sourabh Mukherjee

Colours of Passion
Author: Sourabh Mukherjee
Publisher: Readomania
Rating: 3.5/5

The world of glamour and money swallows the happiness soon enough. ‘Colours of Passion’ is a thriller that exposes the brutal mindset of some people and explores the path of investigation that is filled with ups and downs. It is not necessary that every story ends on a happy note because every story does not originate in cloud cuckoo land! ‘Colours of Passion’ is one such story that can make you jump out of your skin. The plot is gripping and the lucid narration acts like a cherry on the cake. There are no lengthy descriptions and the intelligent turning points give it a flavour. The best and the most striking feature of the book is the ‘crisp and short chapters’ and the appalling (rather unexpected) climax.

The story revolves around a Tollywood’s charm, Hiya Sen, who is murdered along with her husband and the driver. As the mazy web of homicide disentangles, bitter and shocking revelations can give the readers heebie-jeebies.

However, the downside of the book is the mundane execution and prosaic language. The cover, too, doesn’t strike the right chord. The title baffles and misleads the readers. All of it could have been improved.
Overall, this book is a one time read.

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