Sudhi Kannan V/S Indigo Protein
Krishna Raj HK

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Synopsis

Indigo Protein is conquering both taste buds and the minds of children alike across the globe. An era of prosperity saw them introduce various chocolaty delights and in the process, became a world leader in the nutrition industry. Today, as the world watches Indigo Protein prosper, the company CEO- David Su is preparing for the worst.

Qaikan - the genius behind their success is slowing drifting towards madness in his quest for the perfect addictive ingredient. With the support of a dubious research organization called The EYE, Qaikan discovers a far more potent addiction agent code named as Compound X One. It promises to generate better finances for Indigo Protein but David has every reason to suspect its true nature.

Elsewhere, ten year old Sudhi has had unique encounters with students who are addicted to Indigo Protein products. While his father - Kannan is desperate to win the corporation's advertising account in India, Sudhi is convinced that something is not right with them. Mere curiosity opens roads to startling revelations and an international conspiracy is unravelled right into hands of Sudhi and Kannan.

From the dark realms of twisted business leaders, warlords, spirited scientists, deadly shadow agents and a secret research centre in the Himalayas emerges a devastating possibility:

What if Indigo Protein's perfect addictive ingredient could be moulded into a lethal weapon?

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Jayanthi Gopal

It was a script meant neither for the children nor for the adults. Ofcourse i would like to read it more to know where the story line is headed.
I liked the prologue that set the context and that makes me intrigued.
May i say the cover page and the title of the book should be relooked because both are unappetizing up until the synopsis catches your eye.
Looking forward to read the whole book.

May 09 '15
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Sudhansu M Nayak

Hi Krishna,
I liked the way you are converging on the points. Good use of contexts. I have also seen some authors use few local-flavoured words when they bring in different countries to make it sound more authentic. I would love to read further. Please keep writing. All the best.

Warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 19 '15
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pandustar

IF its written for children, then the story line seems good, although kids now days prefer swashbuckling wizardry to proper literature. However if written for adults, the story line seems weak. One thing is for certain, here is a writer who at least breaks away from the mold and does not use big adjectives just to prove a point.

Jan 29 '15
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Krishnan

Fantastic work, and very well written. The author has taken great efforts to work on the detailing, and that makes you visualise all that you read - be it the characters, the ambience, or even the situation. And keeping the flow of the narrative as easy as possible all the while, ensuring comfortable reading experience. Truly commendable effort, all the more, noting that it is just the second work by the author. Way to Go...!

Jan 28 '15
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Remesh

It was fun, fast paced and engaging. It will be a good read for the kids!!

Jan 14 '15
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Krishna Raj HK

Thanks, Remesh!

Jan 14 '15
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Aviral Singh

A fresh and an interesting read. If I were to dissect the narrative, I would say that it has the potential to keep the reader engaged, and a subtle freshness about it. However can't judge the entire story before reading the rest. All the best..!

Jan 13 '15
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Krishna Raj HK

Thanks, Aviral!

Jan 14 '15
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Niyati Shinde

Nicely written. Kids- the target audience, will definitely like reading this :-) looking forward to read out the entire story to my little nephew :-)

Jan 13 '15
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Krishna Raj HK

Thanks, Niyati! I tried to write a story that everyone can read. Hopefully I've come close it..Hopefully :P

Jan 13 '15
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BALA PRATIP RAJ.V

This book is really worth reading. I was unable to stop reading but I would suggest the Name of the book to be changed

Jan 12 '15
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BALA PRATIP RAJ.V

Got it my friend.....

Jan 14 '15
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Krishna Raj HK

Ahh...I think we can do better, Bala!! :P I do realize it's a different sort of title. I'd like the reader to eventually relate / gel with it.

Jan 14 '15
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BALA PRATIP RAJ.V

Krishna Raj HK I'm really sorry my friend I gave a lots of thought but i could come up with very few but i'm really sure it might not interest you.... 1. Sudhi Khanna's Adventures

Jan 14 '15
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Krishna Raj HK

Many thanks, Bala! I have plans to turn this into a series of adventures. Hence, the name of the book is such. But if you do have a suggestion, please let me know :-)

Jan 13 '15
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Writing is exciting, isn't it? All those countless hours spent on translating our imagination into words. Exciting!