The authors have crafted a well-plotted narrative that keeps the readers hooked until the very end. | Book Review: Revenge Instincts
“Revenge Instincts” is a gripping tale of family ties, loyalty, and the dangers of buried secrets. Co-authored by Ravleen Sabharwal and Amit Dubey, both lawyers by profession, the book promises a legal thriller that delivers on its premise.
The story revolves around the Chauhan family and their employee, Shiva Apte. When Shiva is attacked, the Chauhans find themselves at the center of a web of secrets and rivalries that threaten to tear their family apart. As they struggle to unravel the truth behind the attack and the secrets that surround it, the Chauhans are forced to confront their past and the choices that led them to this moment.
The authors have crafted a well-plotted narrative that keeps the readers hooked until the very end. The characters are well-defined and fleshed out, each with their own motivations and secrets that are slowly revealed as the story progresses. The authors have also done a great job of creating a sense of tension and danger that permeates the story, making the readers feel invested in the outcome.
The Chauhan family is portrayed as a typical Indian family with all its complexities, and the authors have done an excellent job of capturing the nuances of Indian culture and society. The character of Shiva Apte is particularly well-written, and his loyalty and sacrifice for the Chauhan family make him a compelling and sympathetic figure.
The authors’ legal background is evident in the novel, as they accurately depict the workings of the Indian legal system and the complexities involved in seeking justice. The novel is also a commentary on the corrupt and flawed justice system in India, and the lengths people go to seek revenge when they are failed by the system.
Overall, “Revenge Instincts” is a well-crafted and engaging thriller that is sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats. The authors have successfully combined their legal expertise with their storytelling skills to create a thought-provoking and entertaining novel. Highly recommended for fans of crime and legal thrillers.