Summons from the Creator
Priya Sidharth Sethi

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Synopsis

Every person has a dark side. The only question is whether you are able to control the demon in you before it possesses your body, destroying it completely. Ameeya unknown of this truth chooses to unravel the dark secrets of her own past. But little does she know that she is digging her own grave with her naive and innocent attempt to cure herself from the physical and psychological battles until, she is summoned by none other than her own Creator. She has no choice left but to follow the Creator’s orders to untangle herself from the clutches of her own karma. However, it is not easy at it sounds. In the end she has to make a tough decision about her loved ones, a decision regarding their life which would eventually change her forever. Will she be able to surpass this difficult test to evolve?

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Reena

Eager to know how the story unfolds. Liked the character build-up. Waiting to read further.

Apr 02 '16
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Vishal

The second chapter is little long, apart from that every thing is subtle, I would be surprised if BGB does not publish this

Mar 02 '16
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thanks Vishal!

Mar 02 '16
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Krishna Teja

I loved the way the flow was! Can't wait to read the story ahead. Only one thing, at some places the story felt like it was being dragged. Second chapter especially. But overall it was amazing!!

Feb 21 '16
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thanks Krishna!

Feb 21 '16
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pandustar

This is my view and my view only. The story was awful. I really don't know what the story was supposed to convey. Boredom maybe?
Except for the cover, the rest is quite horrendous.

Feb 16 '16
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

No doubt you are entitled to have an opinion, but I am amazed with your arrogance. Thanks for reading anyway.........

Feb 16 '16
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Nikhil Goyal

Quite boring...

Dec 09 '15
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Geetha Krishnan

Very well written book so far, intriguing plotline, nice flow of words. Definitely worth reading

Dec 05 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thank you for the review Geetha!

Dec 06 '15
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Varun Sethi

This is a very well written and thrilling novel which touches on a multitude of issues in modern day Indian society. I hope it gets published as I am curious to see how the rest of the story unfolds. Congratulations to the author for writing a brilliant and engaging work of fiction and I look forward to reading more of her stories.

Dec 05 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thank you so much Varun!

Dec 05 '15
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Robbie Kumar

An interesting and well-paced novel which leaves the reader wanting to read more. I hope it gets published soon so that I am no longer in suspense as to what happens next. I would give it a rating of more than 5 stars if it was possible. A great first effort from the author and good luck in future endeavors.

Dec 05 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thanks for the review!

Dec 05 '15
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Ruchi Singh

The premise is good and I would like to read more. I feel things are being rushed a bit, go a little slow. In my opinion the third chapter should be the first to hook the readers. The chapters also require editing for language.

Dec 01 '15
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Sidharth

I liked the pace of the story. Surely want to read further. Great job, keep it up!

Nov 29 '15
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Divisha

Brilliant. A must read!

Nov 19 '15
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Kalyani

Story idea sounds really interesting.
I liked the narration – it is nice and easy. Ameeya’s character build up, her relationship with Kirti, her creepy boss, and the deceptively quiet and sudden intro to the ‘weirdness’… all very nicely done.
However, the language aspect (choice of words / phrases, punctuations) does require a lot of work. My writing isn’t all that great either, but I find that repeated edits after a gap of a few months works wonders. And in the gaps between edits, I read books written by other good Indian authors. I find that that helps too. So keep reading, reviewing, and editing!
All the best!

Nov 12 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thanks for the review Kalyani!

Nov 13 '15
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Mansi Khanna

Very interesting and easy to understand..keep up the gud work

Nov 08 '15
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Komal Agrawal

Nov 04 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thanks Komal...would like to know your comments too!

Nov 04 '15
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Dev Sethi

Simple language and captivating narrative. I definitely want to know what happens next.

Nov 02 '15
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Varsha

excellent theme ,expressive ianguage,uncommon story , looking forward to further chapters....

Nov 02 '15
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Abhijeet Shindekar

Nov 02 '15
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Abhijeet Shindekar

Nov 02 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thanks Abhijeet!

Nov 02 '15
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Pallavi Mohan

Enjoyed the premise. I am definitely intrigued to read more. Please do publish the book.

Oct 28 '15
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Dr. Rohit Behere

Priya shifts into top gear almost immediately into the book, with an interesting incident or a twist happening every few pages. The three chapters available for reading offer the perfect glimpse into the rest of the book. Using familiar conversational phrases, Priya invokes a sense of familiarity into the lines, in effect helping the Reader identify with what is happening. Chapter 3 closes very strongly, and I found myself swiping right-to-left again and again, hoping that Chapter 4 somehow loads, at least a page or two. Good stuff, this !!!

Oct 28 '15
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Neha Behere

The first few chapters of the book are engaging and well written. Overall a great story and fascinating characters. Looking forward for the rest of the chapters!!

Oct 28 '15
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Pragya Chauhan

Oct 27 '15
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RISHI KULSHRESHTHA

Oct 25 '15
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Ananya Kumar

Oct 24 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thanks Ananya!!

Oct 24 '15
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manjoglekar@yahoo.com

In detail narration of events, catchy story and good flow! I would definitely like to read more. Good luck!!

Oct 24 '15
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Sanjeev and Sujata Joglekar

Very interesting reading. I like the style and pace of story telling. It keeps you engaged and virtually force you to read till end. Looking forward for further chapters and will be quite interested in knowing how the story takes shape !!! Well done !!

Oct 23 '15
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skgoel

Has the premise of a good story and should do well as a novel. Like to read the rest of the work. Good first attempt.

Oct 21 '15
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Kiran Thaokar Kalra

A very interesting start...engaging and intriguing ....full marks to the author Ms Priya.Certainly cant wait to read more!!!

Oct 21 '15
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Varchaswi

Dear Ms Priya. Great work..... Of the many parameters needed to test a book, story arc is only one of the many. However, in addition to it, the book needs marketable content which your book definitely has. I believe that a little brevity would do just good.

Oct 20 '15
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Madhuri Joglekar

Interesting. Need to read further.

Oct 18 '15
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Vinay Joglekar

Looks to be interesting. Need to read more.

Oct 18 '15
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Nikhil Kulkarni

Loved the first and the third chapter, The second one is too slow, you don't need so much of description to describe the MRI machine and it's room. All the best. Keep writing.

Oct 18 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thank You for your review Nikhil!

Oct 18 '15
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Meenu Dhiman

Awesome...

Oct 17 '15
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Vasanti

Seems to be Interesting!! like to read further.
Describing style helps to visualize events and hence manuscript generates interest to follow the events further.

Oct 17 '15
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Neerja

Enjoyed reading the script. I am waiting to unravel the suspense now. Waiting to know what happens next. Hope this one gets selected!

Oct 17 '15
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Moumita Gokhale

I enjoyed the flow ...looking forward to reading more

Oct 15 '15
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Sanjay Thakur

What is a reader's delight?
-When they don't have to read you but see you through your words, this is what what you have successfully done! You take your reader for a visual treat of emotional roller-coaster. Your writing reminds me of reading the Indian version of Mills & Boons kindda stuff.
The only thing that could have improved the scope of your league of readers -avoiding being too local.
All the best!

Oct 15 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thanks Sanjay! Your suggestion would be taken into consideration next time.

Oct 15 '15
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Vishwas Sambhus

Very catchy narrative and a good story line make it an interesting read, making the reader wonder what will happen next ! Look forward to read the complete book and see it published.
Noticed some grammatical errors and typos. Some portions could do with editing. An attractive cover page is a must.
All in all a wonderful experince. Look forward to read more work from the budding author. All the best !!

Vishwas Sambhus

Oct 15 '15
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Anuja

Oct 14 '15
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Anuja

Oct 14 '15
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uday gokhale

Manuscript certainly raised expectations about quality of the comlete book. Manuscript was engrossing. I will like to read the complete book.

Oct 14 '15
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Dilip

Narrative style is very catchy so that you feel the events in the story are taking shape in front of you.Flow of the book is excellent.One would like definitely to go on further with the story. congrats to the writer for good piece of work!!!

Oct 14 '15
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Nishita Malik

Oct 14 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thanks Nishita for your valuable time and ofcourse for the rating!

Oct 14 '15
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Deepak Kaul

Well written, interesting story. The flow was steady and captivating. You definitely want to read on. All the best to the author.

Oct 14 '15
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About the author

Priya Sidharth Sethi Follow

A writer with a law degree, in a constant quest to rediscover myself through my words. My thoughts my blog http://priyasidharthsethi.blogspot.in Visit to know more