Kismet
Rajangam Gopal

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Synopsis

Conspiracy theories, like clichés, do have a basis in fact and are not spun out of nothing.

9/11 as the cardinal event of our times has wrought havoc. In its aftermath, the whole world has been affected in one way or the other.

But the prelude to this single event is no less intriguing than its consequences.

'Kismet' puts forth a possible scenario - within the confines of fiction but with an outreach of reason too.

Could it have?

Yes! Did it?

Your guess is as good as mine!

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Sanjana Parikh

I was a bit lost after reading 4-5 pages. I couldn't visualise anything and I had to pull myself to read more. I couldn't finish the second chapter. I have a question, was the first chapter supposed to come across to the reader like a fact sheet because to me, it seemed more like that rather than a novel? It would definitely work with the kind of storyline you have, but the latter chapters do not match the pace of the first one.

Jun 16 '14
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Madhu

Was looking forward to a much more descriptive first few chapters, esply with the preview and synopsis description of the book and interesting title name.

Jun 03 '14
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Ridhvig

Khalid's association with world of terror after inspired by money, contacts, reminds of the book Growing Up with Laden. Upon reading the third chapter, the guessing plot begins. Waiting to read more:) Good job!

May 30 '14
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Rajangam Gopal Follow

Having lived and worked in three continents, now I am retired and live in USA. I am happy to upload my books on to BGB and await the response from readers - bouquets and brickbats alike.