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World don Irshad Dilawar However somehow the Inter Services Intelligence and Dilawar always seem to be one step ahead of them foiling every plan they make It doesn’t take long for Major Imtiaz to realize that something is amiss the operation has been compromised Will he be able t A Karachi story written by an Indian and it s not a propaganda piece of literature A fairly gripping action thriller with small dab of realism thrown in Dawood Ibrahim OBL et al Not brilliant but still fast paced good twists and turns and Karachi pretty thoroughly and mostly accurately depicted pretty impressive for a debut novel

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The Karachi Deception

O successfully complete his mission or are he and his men like Abhimanyu entering a trap they cannot make their way out of Set in the world of covert operations where double crossing and diabolical mind games are the norm The Karachi Deception will keep you hooked till the very end With so many Indian authors entering the market it s easy to allow a fall in standards while hoping to make a uick buck But that isn t the case here Shatrujeet Nath characters are well fleshed out the twists and red herrings are scattered at the right time to make you guess and second guess his motives always a good sign in a spy novel and his hold over the language and intricate descriptions are far better than most of the new Indian authors in the market It is never easy to take up a genre and not evoke comparisons Shatrujeet made me smile as I finished the novel because I was recalling the old Robert Ludlum novels I used to read as a teenager where a knight in a game of chess realises he s just a pawn and isn t even sure what colours the surrounding pieces in the game are My in depth review of the book is here

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“one of the finest thrillers I’ve come across” Zac O’YeahThree commandos of the Indian Army’s elite Unit Kilo Major Imtiaz Ahmed Captain Shamsheer Suleiman and Lieutenant Rafi Mehmood are chosen for a one of a kind ops mission to enter Pakistan and eliminate dreaded under You re in for a Hell Of A Ride I won this book in a GR Giveaway in exchange for an honest review For the record I m always honest in my reviews Sometimes brutally BEHOLD THE BOOK BADGE This is going to be the Book Badge in my reviews If you see it in any of my reviews you ve got to drop everything and go buy it as if your ass is on fire Having seen it you probably don t have to read the whole review though I m not going to stop you if you do read Now that the above is establishedThis was surprisingly very good To be honest I wasn t expecting a lot out of it the books I received in that year s GR Giveaway were either half or complete shitAlso I was a baby bit hesitant I have a strong prejudice against contemporary Indian authors No offense to anybody out there but you can t exactly blame the poor girl when she enters the bookstore and encounters bullshit Indian Romance crap and ultimately has to make a beeline for the Jeffery Archer shelfBut this author shattered that prejudice half way and successfullyThe plot is majorly cantered in Karachi Pakistan and Balochistan though spanning over India Republican of Mali Istanbul Amsterdam Delhi and And I might add thoroughly researched The routes the places the distance between them If nothing else it was kind of educatingThere are three things I absolutely loved about the book First The WritingThe Writing was rich and elouent while I sailed through an entire paragraph without a hitch then realizing it went back to admire just how the author looped one sentence into another so perfectly and flawlesslyAnd avid readers of thrillers would agree with me We can t really expect good writing style in thrillers they are rather judged on the twist revealing skills the impact it makes and its fast pace And for it to be fast paced they can t flawlessly loop sentences Sadly you can t have best of both worldsAlso there was the most precise amount of description It wasn t too long it wasn t too short not too informative not too uninformative That is what it was Precise and very well writtenSecond My FavouriteNone of the books I ve ever read could have put forth the egoism and self importance underlying the conversations between the people of rank You can understand just how they manipulate their words to get what they want at just the right instance proving that even the officialsmost decorated men are sometimes most of the times led by their egos Also my favourite part the author has this notorious flair of inflating egos of characters and sabotaging it in the next line I don t think I ve ever enjoyed that trait so much beforeTruly like an Indian parent who after listing two good ualities about their child shoots off six negative ones for neutralization purposes It came to be one of the best things I liked about the book of creating an absolute awe around a character then purposefully dissolving itAnd of course there are cricket innuendos Of course You ain t reading no Indian book without cricket innuendos wedged into a corner somewhereThe plot the twists and turns were slick but somehow weren t strained enough Some twists were revealed a little too easily that had the potential to be a punch in the gut had it been better crafted So if he could just work on that and add the result further up to his superb writing the combination could be ExplodingThird Spoiler ahead Enter at your own riskview spoilerFrom the very beginning every party knew each other s plans and you re just left gaping like Whaaa I ve never read a thriller that was so open The first time ever the reader gets to know just how a twist occurred rather than it being thunked upon us And still I was dying of anticipation about just how it would wrap upThere were times I was pulling my hair crying out What the hell is happening People are crossing each other then they are double crossing them He is supposed to be a friend but now enemies are friends while a friend turned out to be the enemy although he s the friend which turned the friend status of another friend as the enemy Freaking Beautiful hide spoiler


10 thoughts on “The Karachi Deception

  1. says:

    Hail Shatrujeet Nath What a debutIrshad Dilawar a terrorist hiding in Pakistan is a known aide of ISI and is on a number of wanted lists RAW and Indian Army have come together to take this menace off the streets – one way or the other – preferably permanently But despite their best efforts they are always a step behind That’s

  2. says:

    You’re in for a Hell Of A Ride I won this book in a GR Giveaway in exchange for an honest review For the record I’m a

  3. says:

    A decent debut Fast paced Forsyth kind of action thriller around agents intelligence and spy network between India

  4. says:

    Three Indian commandos take the path of the assassin and set out on a life defying secret mission to Pakistan T

  5. says:

    A Karachi story written by an Indian and it's not a propaganda piece of literature A fairly gripping action thriller with small dab of realism thrown in Dawood Ibrahim OBL et al Not brilliant but still fast paced good twists and turns and Karachi pretty thoroughly and mostly accurately depicted pretty impressive for a debut novel

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    Abhimanyu was the son of the great warrior Arjun who bravely broke and entered the complicated Chakravyuh in the historic battle of Mahabharat However he was not able to come out of it and lost his life When Major Imtiaz Ahmed was called for Project Abhimanyu he knew he was entering a Chakravyuh Would he meet the fate of Abhimanyu during the project or would he emerge triumphant remains a mystery throughout the 250 odd p

  7. says:

    My Rating is 45Three commandos assigned a task to assassinate a terrorist in a clandestine mission The plot itself magnetically attracts the readers Inciting inuisitiveness is the prime uality of a thriller which Karachi Deception possesses full throttle The chronological order of the narration helps the reader comprehend the other

  8. says:

    Actual rating 35When I first came across The Karachi Deception I thought it sounded so good Then when I met the author I was literally begging Shatrujeet for a copy of it because I was so looking forward to reading the book everyone was raving about When the book was published again at last trust me I was the happiest person and while it took me a lot of time to get to the book and even time to finish it I am so glad I read it bec

  9. says:

    With so many Indian authors entering the market it's easy to allow a fall in standards while hoping to make a uick buck But that isn't the case here Shatrujeet Nath characters are well fleshed out the twists and red herrings are scattered at the right time to make you guess and second guess his motives always a good sign in a spy novel and his hold over the language and intricate descriptions are far better than most

  10. says:

    'Unputdownable' is the right word to describe The Karachi Deception The plot is so gripping that one wonders if there was some truth in it given that the country backdrop is India Pakistan Nath's fluid prose and thorough research weaves a brilliant plot that speaks of both invaders and intruders The twist in the end brings about that unpredictable OHenry element in the plot A must read for everyone

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