About the Book- The Last Attractor of Chaos
Trying to protect his pregnant wife, scientist Ashwin Rathore gets killed – unexpectedly and unwantedly.
A deadly force lurks in the murk that wants her too, but why? Is it because she works for and with the military and Intelligence teams in the country, or is it because she knows something that no one else does?
Book Review- The Last Attractor of Chaos
The book starts with a thrilling scene and continues the same aura throughout.
I’d specifically like to mention the ‘ending’. Obviously, I can’t provide spoilers here. But the book has a unique and intriguing ending. I loved how the last events were explained in the end! Full points on leaving the book with an interesting and thought-provoking end.
The plot is well researched and executed. The language used is lucid and the depth of characters is commendable.
If I have to describe the book in straightforward tone using short phrases, I’ll say- thrilling, good characterization, well-researched plot, intriguing ending, an apt title, sophisticated writing style.
Points of improvement-
- Average book blurb. It could have been written with an elaborative and catchy language, to make it more attractive.
- Editing. The tiny details like oxford commas were ignored. So, editing part should have been improved.
After Sourabh Mukherjee, Abhinav Singh will be on my list of the best Indian thriller writers! I’d love to read more from Abhinav in the future.
Here’s my review of Sourabh Mukherjee’s book The Colours of Passion
About the Author
Abhinav Singh is a Physics coach who has been teaching intermediate students for competitive exams, for the past ten years. His favourite topics like particle physics, duality, and quantum enigma are the building blocks of this story. He is an avid reader, a dreamer, and a movie buff. It is his first attempt to put forth his ideas on life and death through this thriller novel.
He currently lives in Patna, with his wife Ragini and two kids– daughter Shirin and son Divyam.