Name: The other side of Her
Author: Hari Kumar K
Genre: Suspense thriller
Pages: 192 pages
My rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Synopsis: Revati Krishna is a famous romance writer and is happily married until she isn't. Following a tragic accident, she goes to live with her sister to resume her writing in peace. But soon, a mystery wraps around her, about a dead girl who was murdered 15 years ago. In the pretext of writing her book, Revati soon unearths a secret that was supposed to remain buried thus putting her life in grave danger. Will she be able to bring justice to the girl?
O I enjoyed this book. I woke up today morning, unable to get out of bed, I took my kindle from beside my bed and started this book. Needless to say, I was in my bed until I finished it. However, at first glance you wouldn't figure the genre of the book if you didn't know the blurb. Indeed I thought, "Hey, this was supposed to be a thriller, not some sappy romance". Also, the cover is misleading. But, boy, I was wrong.
Although I felt that some of the parts could have been better explained instead of just implying it or stating it as a fact. I wouldn't have minded if it were a bit longer. I loved the blend of romance, suspense and the paranormal.
The characterization is good. You can connect with the main character. I did not feel there were unnecessary characters, which is sometimes a problem in some books (But that is my pet peeve).
The clues are there in the book, if you can figure out the culprit. Although, I guessed it, but I would have liked a more explained ending. But I suppose that is the mystery of thrillers. Half of it, you gotta guess yourself. I would really recommend it to others.
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