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Metamorphing by Kunal Pancholi is an UNPUTDOWNABLE and UNPREDICTABLE fictional crime thriller.

An interesting storyline fully packed with loads and loads of mysterious twists and Metamorphingturns that ultimately lead to a revealation of meeting of two men – Rudra and Rohan.

Rudra, a detective, is contacted by a lawyer mother – Shalini through a recommendation. She wants him to help her with his detective skills to save her son – Ayan from false accusations of murdering a lady at terminus. Detective? Recommendation?

Rohan, a sweet, cute but short guy, comes surviving a plane-crash mishap; strangely after five long years. Five years?

These two disconnected stories start joining with connecting links as we start turning pages. Missing links?

Rudra, cannot recollect anything about his past such as who is he? Where does he live? What does he do? On somewhat similar lines Rohan cannot recollect any single memory from his recent past. As they both set their lives to find their identities they again land to the scene of crime – the terminus. The terminus?

The terminus, where a lady was found dead along with some proofs indicating Ayan’s involvement in the crime! He admits he is not the culprit then who is? Is he someone from the duo – Rudra or Rohan? Or somebody else who is setting a plot to trap them all. Trap?

Read the story to join the missing links in order to link the connecting dots as Rudra and Rohan unveil their identities and metamorphose from man to creature. Creature?

This is an interesting and gripping story about how these two men discover themselves along with different stages of metamorphosing.

The author will bind you with the story right from the very first incident in the story and will never let you leave till the last incident. He successfully creates an aura of confusion and suspision that creates an urge to find replies to unanswered questions such as who is Rudra? Why he cannot recollect from his memory? How will he come back to his daily routine? Who is Rohan? What happened with him after plane crash? Why cannot recollect from his past? How is he going to be back in his life? Who is Ayan? What was he doing at terminus? Why is he being convicted with the crime, which he by any means, has not attempted? And who this dead lady was?

Questions are many but answer is one – go secure a copy for you and digg the answers.

The characterization is so much strong that you are able to visualize every single character, standing tall in front of your own eyes. The descriptions are so vivid that they will not wash off from your memories fastly. You will be carried along with the characters.

The one-liners are the ‘kick -elements’ of the book. They will pull you from the last chapter and push you into the next one with a stronger urge to continue with more and you will say – let it come; I need more!!!

The dilemmas of a man searching himself are very well written. The pain of loosing all past contacts is depicted decently. Not only emotional but professional details are very intricately planted within the story. This is what keeps it alive within your heart, much after completing the book.

The crime scene investigations were ming boggling and enriching at the same time. It made me feel as if I was the investigating officer.

A recommended book. 🙂 I admit that after reading this book, I am more inclined towards reading more thriller stories. Do I need to mention them to be fictional ? Seems, my blood is infected, after having read the book – I am metamorphing…

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About the Book

28th April, 2000

Flight No. 9X4876 bound to Srinagar has crash landed into the Everest Base Camp. Unconfirmed reports suggest that the flight mysteriously went off the radar for few minutes and missed its landing.ALl passengers are feared ded…except for three bodies that are yet to be recovered.

8th December, 2050

This, without doubt is the most gruesome murder in recent times. Early this morning, an unidentified woamn was found mutilated at the western gates of the abondoned Victoria Terminus Station in Mumbai. Authorities report her head was…well…semi-decapitated and she was drained of all her blood. The shocking part – the crime scene was devoid of any signs of blood spatter.

A thrilling tale about two men bound by an untraceable yet undeniable fate. One running away from his past, another unaware of his own.

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