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What Made Him A Serial Killer Was He Born With Homicidal Tendencies Did A Harrowing Childhood Render Him Criminally Insane The Questions Haunt, Additional Commissioner Of Police, Maithili Prasad As She Discovers The Horrific Murders Across Mumbai As She Spearheads The Greatest Manhunt In Mumbai S History, She S Determined To Contain The Reign Of Terror Unleashed By The Ruthless Serial Killer But Before That She Must Grapple With Her Personal Demons That Surface To Plague Her With Self DoubtJust As It Seems That Maithili Has Begun To Understand The Deep Rooted Resentment That Drives The Serial Killer, He Turns Around And Makes Her The Object Of His Revenge Will She Emerge Unscathed From This Ordeal This Thrilling Narrative Of A Serial Killer S Life And The Unusual And Challenging Investigation To Catch Him, Uncovers A Chilling Trail Of Unspeakable Torment And Cruelty The Tale Of Raakshas by Piyush Jha narrates the thrilling, sometimes heartrending and sometimes horrifying journey of the making of a serial killer who transforms from a normal person to a Raakshas devil , a serial killer so terrible that there is no other word to describe him When I first heard about the book, I was intrigued by the unconventional topic of the book and its title Raakshas I hadn t read a book that focused on giving light to a killer s perspective and this, added to the fact that I had heard so much about Piyush Jha but never got a chance to read his work until now, I knew I had to read this book.The cover, title and blurb are an interesting and intriguing first glance package that are sure to attract the attention of the readers.The plot is different and well researched which shows right from the start The author managed to capture my attention right from the first chapter and soon had me feeling a multitude of emotions right from feeling sympathetic to the misfortune of a child to feeling horrified at the cruelty prevailing in the world around us, seemingly hidden behind the normal looking faces of people who are so devilish that I was thrown by the way their mind works and their heartlessness.The book is crisp, fast paced and had me sitting at the edge of my seat throughout Even when I felt repulsed by, horrified at and so heartbroken by the torture endured by the Raakshas that formed his childhood and made him a devil, I could not keep down the book I was so intrigued and eager to read Piyush has a way of bringing out the right emotions from the readers and had me totally engaged in the book However, despite his extensive research and detailed narrative, at places I felt the narrative deviating, getting a bit vague and had me feeling like instead of a story I was reading a research paper Maithili s narrations ended abruptly many times which could have been toned down to end smoothly.The world building is impressive and the author showcases a very dark and a very different Mumbai from the sparkling one that we know A perfect setting for the serial killer, I got goosebumps reading the story and know I will never look at Mumbai the same way again.The murders are very detailed but still after a time they stopped shocking me, maybe because I was expecting them Maithili is a strong character but I felt her character could have been made impressive Her past trauma and that of the serial killer makes one feel both sorry and connected with these characters This is the first book in a long time that had me sympathizing with the villain and thinking about the various ways through which he could have been saved from losing his innocence and from becoming an abhorred killer.The last few chapters look hurried and I think could have been made crisp and appealing While I enjoyed the book, I do feel that the last part is weak and had so much potential to end in a blast.Still, this is a book that I enjoyed reading The bonus section that includes information about many serial killers in India is a pleasant surprise and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.All in all, Raakshas is a book with a different plot that had me sitting glued to the story right till the end Recommended to everyone especially to lovers of crime thriller fiction, I give Raakshas 3.5 out of 5 Go read it and enjoy I know I will checking the other works by Piyush Jha in the future.This review is also available on Njkinny s World of Books Stuff by Piyush Jha narrates the thrilling, sometimes heartrending and sometimes horrifying journey of the making of a serial killer who transforms from a normal person to a Raakshas devil , a serial killer so terrible that there is no other word to describe him When I first heard about the book, I was intrigued by the unconventional topic of the book and its title Raakshas I hadn t read a book that focused on giving light to a killer s perspective and this, added to the fact that I had heard so much about Piyush Jha but never got a chance to read his work until now, I knew I had to read this book.The cover, title and blurb are an interesting and intriguing first glance package that are sure to attract the attention of the readers.The plot is different and well researched which shows right from the start The author managed to capture my attention right from the first chapter and soon had me feeling a multitude of emotions right from feeling sympathetic to the misfortune of a child to feeling horrified at the cruelty prevailing in the world around us, seemingly hidden behind the normal looking faces of people who are so devilish that I was thrown by the way their mind works and their heartlessness.The book is crisp, fast paced and had me sitting at the edge of my seat throughout Even when I felt repulsed by, horrified at and so heartbroken by the torture endured by the Raakshas that formed his childhood and made him a devil, I could not keep down the book I was so intrigued and eager to read Piyush has a way of bringing out the right emotions from the readers and had me totally engaged in the book However, despite his extensive research and detailed narrative, at places I felt the narrative deviating, getting a bit vague and had me feeling like instead of a story I was reading a research paper Maithili s narrations ended abruptly many times which could have been toned down to end smoothly.The world building is impressive and the author showcases a very dark and a very different Mumbai from the sparkling one that we know A perfect setting for the serial killer, I got goosebumps reading the story and know I will never look at Mumbai the same way again.The murders are very detailed but still after a time they stopped shocking me, maybe because I was expecting them Maithili is a strong character but I felt her character could have been made impressive Her past trauma and that of the serial killer makes one feel both sorry and connected with these characters This is the first book in a long time that had me sympathizing with the villain and thinking about the various ways through which he could have been saved from losing his innocence and from becoming an abhorred killer.The last few chapters look hurried and I think could have been made crisp and appealing While I enjoyed the book, I do feel that the last part is weak and had so much potential to end in a blast.Still, this is a book that I enjoyed reading The bonus section that includes information about many serial killers in India is a pleasant surprise and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.All in all, Raakshas is a book with a different plot that had me sitting glued to the story right till the end Recommended to everyone especially to lovers of crime thriller fiction, I give Raakshas 3.5 out of 5 Go read it and enjoy I know I will checking the other works by Piyush Jha in the future.This review is also available on Njkinny s World of Books Stuff by Piyush Jha narrates the thrilling, sometimes heartrending and sometimes horrifying journey of the making of a serial killer who transforms from a normal person to a Raakshas devil , a serial killer so terrible that there is no other word to describe him When I first heard about the book, I was intrigued by the unconventional topic of the book and its title Raakshas I hadn t read a book that focused on giving light to a killer s perspective and this, added to the fact that I had heard so much about Piyush Jha but never got a chance to read his work until now, I knew I had to read this book.The cover, title and blurb are an interesting and intriguing first glance package that are sure to attract the attention of the readers.The plot is different and well researched which shows right from the start The author managed to capture my attention right from the first chapter and soon had me feeling a multitude of emotions right from feeling sympathetic to the misfortune of a child to feeling horrified at the cruelty prevailing in the world around us, seemingly hidden behind the normal looking faces of people who are so devilish that I was thrown by the way their mind works and their heartlessness.The book is crisp, fast paced and had me sitting at the edge of my seat throughout Even when I felt repulsed by, horrified at and so heartbroken by the torture endured by the Raakshas that formed his childhood and made him a devil, I could not keep down the book I was so intrigued and eager to read Piyush has a way of bringing out the right emotions from the readers and had me totally engaged in the book However, despite his extensive research and detailed narrative, at places I felt the narrative deviating, getting a bit vague and had me feeling like instead of a story I was reading a research paper Maithili s narrations ended abruptly many times which could have been toned down to end smoothly.The world building is impressive and the author showcases a very dark and a very different Mumbai from the sparkling one that we know A perfect setting for the serial killer, I got goosebumps reading the story and know I will never look at Mumbai the same way again.The murders are very detailed but still after a time they stopped shocking me, maybe because I was expecting them Maithili is a strong character but I felt her character could have been made impressive Her past trauma and that of the serial killer makes one feel both sorry and connected with these characters This is the first book in a long time that had me sympathizing with the villain and thinking about the various ways through which he could have been saved from losing his innocence and from becoming an abhorred killer.The last few chapters look hurried and I think could have been made crisp and appealing While I enjoyed the book, I do feel that the last part is weak and had so much potential to end in a blast.Still, this is a book that I enjoyed reading The bonus section that includes information about many serial killers in India is a pleasant surprise and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.All in all, Raakshas is a book with a different plot that had me sitting glued to the story right till the end Recommended to everyone especially to lovers of crime thriller fiction, I give Raakshas 3.5 out of 5 Go read it and enjoy I know I will checking the other works by Piyush Jha in the future.This review is also available on Njkinny s World of Books Stuff by Piyush Jha narrates the thrilling, sometimes heartrending and sometimes horrifying journey of the making of a serial killer who transforms from a normal person to a Raakshas devil , a serial killer so terrible that there is no other word to describe him When I first heard about the book, I was intrigued by the unconventional topic of the book and its title Raakshas I hadn t read a book that focused on giving light to a killer s perspective and this, added to the fact that I had heard so much about Piyush Jha but never got a chance to read his work until now, I knew I had to read this book.The cover, title and blurb are an interesting and intriguing first glance package that are sure to attract the attention of the readers.The plot is different and well researched which shows right from the start The author managed to capture my attention right from the first chapter and soon had me feeling a multitude of emotions right from feeling sympathetic to the misfortune of a child to feeling horrified at the cruelty prevailing in the world around us, seemingly hidden behind the normal looking faces of people who are so devilish that I was thrown by the way their mind works and their heartlessness.The book is crisp, fast paced and had me sitting at the edge of my seat throughout Even when I felt repulsed by, horrified at and so heartbroken by the torture endured by the Raakshas that formed his childhood and made him a devil, I could not keep down the book I was so intrigued and eager to read Piyush has a way of bringing out the right emotions from the readers and had me totally engaged in the book However, despite his extensive research and detailed narrative, at places I felt the narrative deviating, getting a bit vague and had me feeling like instead of a story I was reading a research paper Maithili s narrations ended abruptly many times which could have been toned down to end smoothly.The world building is impressive and the author showcases a very dark and a very different Mumbai from the sparkling one that we know A perfect setting for the serial killer, I got goosebumps reading the story and know I will never look at Mumbai the same way again.The murders are very detailed but still after a time they stopped shocking me, maybe because I was expecting them Maithili is a strong character but I felt her character could have been made impressive Her past trauma and that of the serial killer makes one feel both sorry and connected with these characters This is the first book in a long time that had me sympathizing with the villain and thinking about the various ways through which he could have been saved from losing his innocence and from becoming an abhorred killer.The last few chapters look hurried and I think could have been made crisp and appealing While I enjoyed the book, I do feel that the last part is weak and had so much potential to end in a blast.Still, this is a book that I enjoyed reading The bonus section that includes information about many serial killers in India is a pleasant surprise and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.All in all, Raakshas is a book with a different plot that had me sitting glued to the story right till the end Recommended to everyone especially to lovers of crime thriller fiction, I give Raakshas 3.5 out of 5 Go read it and enjoy I know I will checking the other works by Piyush Jha in the future.This review is also available on Njkinny s World of Books Stuff