Book Name- Jim Morgan and the Seven Sins
Author- Bharat Madan
Genre- Fantasy thriller
Blurb- A quest to identify seven deadly sins
A mystery behind seven keys that were passed to seven men
A deadly race against time to seek atonement
On the outskirts of New York City,Jim Morgan, an international bestselling author learns through God that he had committed seven sins in his previous life. Clues lie in the six novels he has written, that would lead him to the mystery. But the novels won’t reveal everything to him. With seven days on hand, he must walk in the direction that faith leads him in, to reach the lost chamber of Seven Planets. Unless Morgan understands the secret behind his past life and the sins he committed, his chance to live will be lost forever.
Review- Jim Morgan and the Seven Sins is a fantasy thriller by Bharat Madan and he serves us an unique plot. There are many surprises in the book which glues readers with the book.
Book Title and Cover- Book Title is interesting and creates curiosity about the content. Cover goes well with the title and the content and adds curiosity.
Blurb is short, crisp and fine.
Overall, First Impression of the book attracts readers.
Language and Narration- Language of the book is simple and easy to comprehend. Narration is done in first person narrative and is done well.
Book is edited well and increases reading experience.
Storyline and Plot- Storyline of this book is unique and keeps readers hooked with book.
Storytelling skills of Mr. Madan is amazing and the picturesque and detailed description helps readers imagine scenes in our head.
However, Book involved time travelling which could have been handled well. Time travels in the book were confusing and soon they became irritating. Otherwise the book is just fine and you can complete this book in one go despite the length of the book.
Book Cover and Title- 3.5/5
Language and Narration- 4/5
Storyline and Plot- 4/5
Final Rating- 4/5
All in all, Jim Morgan and the Seven Sins serves us unique plot and storyline.
I would recommend this book to fantasy thriller readers.