Faith and Beloved by Kochery C Shibu is a thriller that narrates aligned storytelling based on subjects of violence, rape, love and betrayal. The book thrives around lust, greed and double-dealing that weaves an impactful thrilling plot. The first approach of the book builds the right amount of thrill and curiosity and engages the readers completely.
The first story deals with the story of Naithy Cherokil, a rich and successful businesswoman who gets married to a handsome Tony D’Souza after the death of her husband. Never in her wildest dreams had she thought this marriage would bring devastations and deaths to her family and life. Alice, Naithy’s daughter lays a plot to seek the revenge against the people who had defamed her. The book provides a detailed description upon the backdrop of the individual characters. The book has a fast pace that keeps the readers hooked to the storytelling. There’s involving violence that adds to the complexities of the plot. Crimes are the result of revenge that has a deep impact upon the stories. There’s a lot of past that Tony carries and grievances of his family’s death.
The story is amazing and plot arrangement. It’s a quick read just like a perfect thriller should be and characters are well emphasized but there are too many characters in the story that made me join the dots to understand the underlining linkage in one another story. I understand that it was necessary, an important step to develop to create the suspense in the plot but it might be a struggle for beginners of this genre, the story might be end up confusing them.
The plot could be clearer putting across the incidences. Perhaps there are some instances that could have been less elaborating. The writing style could be revised and edited. Theres a lot of description that you wouldn’t like to read again. There are some points that deviated from the storyline. The book has an edge of stereotype. The writing style isn’t that fluid or constant.
Overall it’s an elaborate thriller that could keep you hooked to the book.an interesting read in general.
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