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Pi Agency by Neelabh Pratap Singh Book Review

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Book Name – Pi Agency

Author – Neelabh Pratap Singh

No.of pages – 313


Pi Agency, this name itself suggest a plot with some sort of thriller, mystery and a lot of drama. Debut book by Neelabh Pratap Singh, and especially for a debut author choosing such a genre which is kind of suspense mystery is not an easy task to pull out, but this story’s plot and blurb proved to stand apart.

Pi Agency revolves around an entrepreneur Brajesh Arya and his drug addict son Rohan. After trying every possible method of curing his son of his drug addiction, he finally finds someone whom he thinks would be able to help his son to get to the root cause of the problem and assist him in every possible way, to get out of this mess. And thus, from here the story begins. Rashmi Purohit, a detective and protagonist of the story does everything in the out of the box manner. So, from here the story becomes arousing and one should read it for sure. Miss Purohit tries her level best to find the culprit of the story. As a debut story, the plot is very intense and with a strong background story.

The only thing which I found little bit confusing was with the characters of the book.  The entry of every character, creates a state of discombobulation, and it sounds like, it has been written in a very haphazard manner.  One has to read it with utmost concentration to understand the concept. Otherwise, talking about the overall story, it is amazing and if I get some free time, I would like to give it a one more read.

Considering other elements of the novel, there are many characters and the book is written in such a way that it creates curiosity in one’s mind, as to what is going to happen next.  The language part is average and basic and one can read it without having any difficulty.

Totally, loved this book from the first page itself to the ending page. Great work done by, Mr. Singh.

Rating – ♥♥♥½/5



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