Author – Neelabh Pratap Singh
Rating – 3.5/5 stars
Number of Pages – 214
Publisher – Storymirror
The Resurrection of Evil as the title suggests the rise of the evil from the dead. The title is apt with the story. It is a story of a fight between the good and the ancient evil trying to rise again after centuries and desire to rule the world. They have only one hindrance in their aim – ACP Aryan. A reckless and stubborn police officer.
An antique artefact has stolen from National Museum, Delhi. Delhi Police get the information that famous antique robber Jahangir carry out the robbery. Inspector Harish Tripathi of Delhi Police heading the case of the robbery but failed miserably losing his men dead. ACP Aryan of Mumbai Police roped in to solve the case and bring back the stolen artefact to where it belongs. Uncovering the truth one by one he discovers that this is no other ordinary case of robbery. The people on the hunt for the artefact have some relevance with the Indian mythology.
The story runs from one place to another, moving back and forth keeping the attention of the reader with every turn of the page. The story is an action packed thriller with lots of twists and turns, unexpected revelations, jaw-dropping action scenes. But, that is not all. The book has a love story too weaved alongside. The story has emotions of love, suspense and thrill to hook you and a mystery of the artefact and legends of Indian mythology.
Author has researched Indian mythology painstakingly and weaved a story around folklores, myths and beliefs of legends of Indian mythology. An excellent read for the readers of mythology, thriller and mystery.
Neelabh Pratap Singh is a mechanical engineer by profession. He hails from the holy city of Varanasi. He has spent his school life in the steel city Bhilai and pursued engineering from National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra. He has been associated with premium bike manufacturers like Honda and Triumph. He is an ingenious sketcher, an enthusiastic dancer and a passionate storyteller. Being a technocrat by the day, he has to resort to the nights to follow his passion for storytelling. He is a great lover of action thrillers and is highly impressed by Indian mythology. Hence, his debut novel The Resurrection of Evil is an amalgamation of both. He also runs a short stories blog named “The Tale Shelf”. He currently lives in Gurgaon.
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