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Patang An Alternate Cover Edition Can Be Found Here I Hate The Rain I Hate It, Hate It, Hate It But The Rain Can T Stop Me No One Can I Ll Go Out And Play Tonight I Will Kill Only Four No , No Less Just Four In The Midst Of One Of The Worst Monsoons In Mumbai, A Man Is Found Brutally Murdered, His Body Posed Like A Kite On The Tallest Cell Tower In The City As One Corpse After Another Turns Up In The Unlikeliest Of Places, Each Gruesomely Killed And Carefully Arranged In A Grotesque Manner, The Mumbai Police Realize They Have On Their Hands Than They Can Deal With Enter Chandrakant Rathod, A Maverick Investigator The Police Turn To In Times Of Need, Who Plays By His Own Rules And Lives For The Thrill Of The Chase Pitting His Sharp Instincts Against The Machinations Of The Sadistic, Ruthless Killer, The Detective Succeeds In Nabbing The Psychopath And Putting Him Behind Bars Then, Three Months Later, The Killings Begin Again A Deadly Game Is Afoot A Game That Will Challenge Rathod To The Utmost, For It Is A Game That He Cannot Hope To Win

10 thoughts on “Patang


  1. says:

    A deranged serial killer, a cop with an impeccable record and media frenzy to make the casecomplicated Patang by Bhaskar Chattopadhyay has every ingredient right for the perfect crime fiction concoction And then, there is something extra as well And that extra, the climax is something that makes you go Mind Blowing As his debut novel, Bhaskar has shown immense talent when it comes to captivating a reader s mind and creatively making you fall in love with the muse of his book.Patang A deranged serial kill...


  2. says:

    Indian crime fiction scene is a mess littered with works, which at their best can be generic and predictable and at worst lazily written and poorly edited thrillers , written with the broadest of the strokes I don t think I ever read an ingenious crime fiction written by an Indian set in our milieu, our best crime stories come from Bollywood, or the news channels Bhaskar Chattopadhyay s Patang has a glowing review from Sriram Raghavan, the best genre filmmaker we have, and it is definitely a Indian crime fiction scene is a mess littered with works, which at their best can be generic and predictable and at worst lazily written and poorly edited thrillers , written wit...


  3. says:

    You will not realize while reading this one that it comes from a new writer The plot has been created with a lot of thought and writing style is simple Characters are also detailed very nicely in such a way that you start putting yourself in their...


  4. says:

    I could see the picture clearly as I read through the pages Beautiful writing by Bhaskar Beautiful turn of events Quite unexpected ending This book added mystery and thriller to my taste buds.Loved reading it thoroughly


  5. says:

    An edge of the seat thriller An engrossing read which will keep you guessing till the very end And the end in itself is absolutely thrilling.For Complete Review Click this link


  6. says:

    This book offers all that is expected from a commercial Bollywood style thriller which isplot based than character based There s action, mystery, cops, murder and mystery There are useless cops, an intelligent private eye, a beautiful girl, scandals and gristly murders it makes up everything that an average Indian would want from his her Sunday read The story opens with the discovery of a terrible death in a place where one might least expect it The opening chapter painted a picture b This book offers all that is expected from a commercial Bollywood style thriller which isplot based than character based There s action, mystery, cops, murder and mystery There are useless cops, an intelligent private eye, a beautiful girl, scandals and gristly murders it makes up everything that an average Indian would want from his her Sunday read The story opens with the discovery of a terrible death in a place where one might least expect it The opening chapter painted a picture both gristly and scenic Yeah, weird combination but it works very well Another murder follows and the cops are left wringing their hands helplessly when Mule, a friend of Rathod, decided to bring him in to help them save face yet again Naturally, as all fictional PIs are, Rathod is moody, has an attitude and does whatever he wishes But of course, he gets results and that is what they need right now By the time the third murder is revealed Rathod ...


  7. says:

    Incredible and intriguing Whats interesting is the way multiple characters and plots have been handled so easily Yes, this is one book after many covered which forces you to complete it in a single go.Looking forward to the interesting movie which this book shall help create


  8. says:

    A gruesomely detailed thriller, the likes of which I haven t read before in Indian lit A thoroughly enjoyable summer read.


  9. says:

    What a wonderfully written book Fast paced, lovely metaphors, well researched and interesting twists.

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