The Blind Chase
Ranjana Kamo

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Synopsis

'The Blind Chase' is a thriller that keeps you guessing till the end. The story weaved in this book is a chase for not just a man but together with it for a dream that could get fulfilled at the end of the chase. There is a thrilling suspense which builds as the story moves on and keeps one gripped to the story trying to move through this blind chase. Chintan is running in a blind chase trying to find Samrat Singh for what he owes his father. The story moves with him and his life changing events together with his chase. The revelations about the great robbery and bandits leave Chintan grappling with his life and emotions. The readers will find the mystery very gripping.

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Mayur Rathi

Nice buildup of plot. The story is binding and cultivates sense of curiosity.

Nov 10 '15
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Rahul Vohra

Engrossed me with its simplicity and smoothness , would like to explore what lies ahead , a definite recommendation to publish , eagerly awaited !

Sep 28 '15
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Jyoti Vohra

Excellent mystery book Worth reading Loved it

Sep 28 '15
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Vineet Taing

Excellent and very interesting book wonderful read should be published

Sep 28 '15
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

The plot looks interesting. Found the language confusing. Liked the keen attention to the descriptions. Agreed, there is a mystery element, but the 'He' is being used for a long time. Would like to know what happens next.

Sep 23 '15
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Roma Sandhu

i like the story....now i'm waiting 4 the book....plz published soon.........

Aug 20 '15
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Ridhimaa K

It was like watching a movie. Everything came alive and I was thrilled to read through the pages. Amazing plot. Excellent piece of work. I cannot wait to read the whole story and know the end.

Aug 16 '15
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Sakshi Bariya

very Good Story

Aug 15 '15
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Rekha

This book has left me hungry for more. I cannot wait to read the whole book soon.

Aug 15 '15
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Naveen Verma

Enjoyed reading the story. It is a beautifully built up story. I would like to read the whole book.

Aug 15 '15
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Praveen Verma

Inspirational seeing Chintan go through so much. Loved reading it and would like to read the rest of the book. Must publish this book.

Aug 15 '15
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Titiksha Verma

Liked this thriller and found the story motivating. The build up of suspense makes me want to read more.

Aug 15 '15
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Leena Harsh

Characters are very well developed and the story line is extremely interesting. Would love to read the whole book.

Aug 15 '15
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Dinesh Bariya

excellent book to read

Aug 13 '15
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Gopi

This is an absolutely enthralling book. I would like to read the whole book.

Aug 08 '15
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Deekshith Harish

This book fails to engage readers. At first writer has to create a door for the reader to enter. Then comes the details.

Jul 15 '15
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Himanshu Jailkhani

Very engaging ... Word by word! The writer has a remarkable sense of capturing the slightest of the emotions and describing it in such detail yet keeping the reader engaged at the edge of the seat!! Really a gripping tale .... cannot wait to read the rest!

Jul 03 '15
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Dhinesh G Kumar

Quiet interesting..I could visualize The tension around hospital & Van...author has amazing thoughts & thoughts are awesome than the words....I liked story.. Really superb!!!

Jun 28 '15
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Ripal Sheth

Manuscript has the capability to hold the reader with minute details explained in such a great depth.

Jun 28 '15
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Saroja Jayasuriya Athukorale

Very Interesting and needs to be published so that it is available for everyone to read.

Jun 26 '15
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Prabhdyal Singh

The author understands the human mind wave length and beautifully exihibt the same in her unique way. The book keeps you guessing what next. At places, Author conveys her personal thoughts which are real truth.

Jun 23 '15
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Raj Kamo

I found the story very engrossing. Well written and interesting. Very engaging. I would definitely like to read the whole story.

Jun 05 '15
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Swati Vora

U think you have a winner here .. Very good book.. Would love to finish reading it .. Nice plot but I think you should have made it more gripping from the start.. But nevertheless I am sure it will get more n more thrilling as the story progresses.. I recommend it must be published.. Good l

May 26 '15
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Shefali

May 24 '15
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Sameer Tiwari

Nicely built up

May 24 '15
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nilanjana

First things first, the premise is excellent. A quest to settle a paternal debt nesting within a personal journey of self-discovery could make for a winning plot. All that is needed is some skilful editing and some extra attention paid to punctuation.
To give 2 instances:
1. In Ch 2, "Their jeep is moving like a camel through a desert wearing a blanket of dust..." - double metaphors such as these are best avoided.
"The driver navigates the jeep with unmatched expertise and precision..." An overkill of words to describe the same action - tempting as it is for an author, is very avoidable if the intention is to write a pacy narrative.
2. In Ch 3, "Chintan is still hiding his head in between his knees and mumbling some mantras..." The 'mantras' if actually quoted could provide a great opportunity to sculpt Chintan's voice, root him, localise him, add a spot of detailing to the text.
Like mentioned before, the text just needs a bit of sharpening to do justice to the otherwise excellent plot idea.

May 23 '15
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Varun Khanna

Its seems like an interesting story. Keeps you busy in guessing what will happen next...
very good narration.

May 23 '15
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Anmol Varma

Could not connect with the characters. Ive read books and the feeling which i get of being there in the book , being that character did not happen. Description of the universe in which this particular incident is taking place could have been better. Tempo of the book is not right.

May 22 '15
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Surendra Mohanty

Firstly, writing in the present tense is not easy. Very few can do it, and you have done it. Well done! It needs a lot of attention to tenses, and invariably there are mistakes and confusions. I noticed similar mistakes in tenses here. For instance: fisrt page - 'Everything is so unexpected' should have been 'Everything was so unexpected'. Though you say it is a thriller, the opening chapters haven't created a feeling of a thriller to hold the attention of the reader. I am not too sure how fast is the chase going to go on from here. A lot more work is needed on the language and style, for now it is very basic with too many unnecessary words, sentences and unnecessary similes. These need to be trimmed, or struck off. My suggestion is, build up pace and action from the first chapter or at the most from the second one, if you want to call it a thriller. Good Luck.

May 22 '15
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Sona sharma

Excellent manuscript. Please publish it.

May 21 '15
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nitinkainth

Really a catchy theory. I am a new reader but got engrossed with this one. would love to see this book as a whole.

May 21 '15
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sringarika singh

liked this book. different story and good story telling.

May 20 '15
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indranand singh

A right thought / plot printed as book .

May 20 '15
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shatrujeet

it was exiting to start the book .the first thing my mind came James Bond movie. His movies start with a bang and different style..Gradually it develop and story move ahead with " keep guessing " ,about what would happened next till last. I recommend this to read

May 20 '15
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Aditya Bhatnagar

would love to have it in my book shelf

May 19 '15
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manpreet sandhu

heart touching story...i like it...(y) i want to read more.........

May 19 '15
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Saroja Jayasuriya Athukorale

enjoyed it., interesting and need to know more about it. needs to be published.

Jun 13 '15
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PM

Curious to learn about this mysterious mission !

May 19 '15
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arshpreet singh

Required to be published

May 18 '15
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Rajan Manocha

Too good, thoroughly enjoyed it. Very interesting, I want to read the full story. Found a good book after a long time.

May 18 '15
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Saroja Jayasuriya Athukorale

Good story telling. Different from other stories . Very interesting and required to be published,

Jun 26 '15
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Saroja Jayasuriya Athukorale

Good story telling. Very interesting and different from other stories.Required to be published.

Jun 26 '15
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Maneesh

Amazing plot, just loved reading it and want to read the whole book. Very interesting story, gripping plot and great title too.

May 17 '15
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pandustar

First of all I apologize for being so critical about your manuscript. But I hope you use this to better your writing skills
While the story might take shape in the latter chapters one thing that wont take improve is the structure or the typo.
1. It seems as if your full stop key and question mark had got stuck while typing
2. In the acknowledgement section you have mentioned your mother and father as Mr. and Mrs. respectively - reality is that if they are your parents then they would be Mr. and Mrs. and you would not have to say this.
I apologize however points like this will make or break your manuscript
3. Your cover should be self explanatory - if you have to explain what it means then you've lost the plot, because 80% of the time a book is judged by it's cover
4. Start your sentence on the next line when you finish with a narrative, that is how it's done across the world to help facilitate ease of reading.
Don't let this review bog you down. After the mandatory six months period on this website - re upload your manuscript after revising it and it will surely be in a better format to read!
All the best

May 15 '15
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Deepak Kaul

I guess it was too much to expect a hat rick of good manuscripts (sigh). After the last two that have been uploaded, I opened this with much excitement, thinking it just might be a near faultless yorker that knocks the middle stump out. However, I discovered to my disappointment that the author has given her wicket away by building so much perceived suspense in the Preface, that one is left searching for it in vain in the following three chapters. Clearly a lot of effort has gone into the manuscript. Just for that I would have given 2 stars, but have deducted one for the needless profusion of exclamation marks.

May 14 '15
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