Book Review of
Time Guard: The Awakening (21st Century) by Anmol Batra
Writing is a tool that gives us the power to imagine and reimagine but there are concepts etched in our universe which do hold true to some extent. And dwelling on one such concept is Anmol Batra in his novel Time Guard.
Opening Lines: The sun rises behind the cloudy Dwarka skyline and a cool morning breeze wrestles the dew from the tree leaves that line the Indira Gandhi airport.
Page Counts: 246 pages
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: June 19th, 2018
The novel follows the story of Swati who has received some suspicious letters. These letters ought the be opened at a particular time and on a particular day. This confuses her. What follows is the chase to unearth this mystery.
The novel is over 200 pages and can be read in a single sitting. We say so because this one is a pageturner and will keep you hooked till the end. It explores the concept of teleportation. And with much dexterity, the author blends science with Hindu myth. The language is quite lucid and the book is fast-paced. The thriller is sufficiently peppered throughout the novel and the author even infuses the Indian socio-political situations to add an edge to the story. With a detailed description of the events, characters, and situations, the author easily paints the picture on the canvas of our minds.
My Rating: 4/5 stars
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