Book Title: A Will To Kill
The title of the book ‘ A Will To Kill ‘ is shocking and intriguing
The cover image of the book is a blood-dripping knife depicting the story to be a crime thriller.
The story is about a young man explaining to a detective about his father. The discussion is about his father’s final will of the property. There comes the twist while going through the will. The father mentions that he has written two kinds of will – one accordingly if his death is natural, another unnatural.
This is the starting point of the interesting story that unfolds into a very interesting roller coaster ride of subplots, thrilling sequences, and interesting narratives. As the story progresses, the story also talks about the mansion being cursed, and subplots attached to this facet of the mansion.
What I like:
1. The plot is very intriguing.
2. Strong storytelling is found in the book without any loose threads.
3. The honest attempt in building up the characters with ample details is very interesting
4. With a clear and colloquial language, the readers find the story smooth and at a good pace.
What I didn’t like:
Many characters at some places may create little confusion within the reader’s mind. Other than that, the story is absolutely flawless!
Every character with a perfect background story is woven beautifully
An engaging narration is observed in the story.
Language & Grammar:
Usage of clear and easy language with good vocabulary comforts the readers while reading.
My Final Verdict:
A perfect fictional thriller!
Book Title: 4/5
Book Cover: 4/5
Language & Grammar: 4/5
Final Rating: 4/5
This Book Review was first published in Storizen Magazine November 2019