Book – The Dark Secret of Illusion
Author – Vicky Ramesh Wakode
Blurb – Ashish, a police inspector, gets caught in a trap while trying to solve a mysterious case. His friend Aditi is a criminal psychologist who wanted to solve the mystery and hence reached out to an old man. An old man tells a story that has been a hilarious journey and reveals some suspense.
Ganesh, the protagonist who dreams of skyscrapers and is preparing for civil services, comes to Pune and stays with his friend Ashish. Their friendship indicates that a real friend walks in when the rest of the world walks out. He meets Jenny, an influencer, the youngest entrepreneur, and a rich, innocent girl, and the journey begins with their fun-loving moments.
They have beautiful tuning and understanding. Somehow, it doesn’t work out, and Jenny rejects his proposal; hence, he feels sorrow and gets depressed.
Ashish advised Ganesh to go home for a better change. There he meets his childhood friend Revati.
Revati has one side of love for Ganesh, as it seems from her every action and conversation. After spending a few days in the village, he comes to Pune and feels ignorance on Jenny’s part; he tries to find her but fails. Then he arrives at Aditi for psychological treatment, and he shares the story with her.
With curiosity, Aditi asks an old man what was secret, and the conversation ahead brings up how people involve themselves and develop different outlooks towards society, how crimes happen, and what situations are responsible for them.
The people are not bad, but the situations are. Finally, Aditi got an idea of who the criminal was.
Book Review – “The Dark Secret of Illusion by Vicky Ramesh Wakode” is a crime thriller that explores the world of illusions and the secrets hidden behind them. The novel takes the readers on a journey full of twists and turns, with a mysterious case at the center of it all.
The story begins with the introduction of the protagonist, Ganesh, who dreams of skyscrapers and is preparing for the civil services examination. Ganesh comes to Pune and stays with his friend Ashish, who is a police inspector. The friendship between the two is portrayed as strong, and it sets the tone for the novel.
The story takes an interesting turn when Ganesh meets Jenny, an influencer, the youngest entrepreneur, and a rich innocent girl. The two develop a close relationship, with beautiful tuning and understanding, but things don’t work out when Jenny rejects his proposal.
Ganesh feels heartbroken and depressed, so Ashish advises him to go home for a better change.
Ganesh meets his childhood friend Revati, who has one-sided love for him, and it seems evident from her every action and conversation.
After spending a few days in the village, he returns to Pune and feels ignored by Jenny. He tries to find her, but he fails. He arrives at Aditi’s office for psychological treatment and shares his story with her.
Aditi is a criminal psychologist who wants to solve the mystery of the case, and she asks an old man for help.
The conversation that follows brings about how people develop different outlooks toward society, how crimes happen, and what situations are responsible for them. The people are not bad, but the situations are. Aditi eventually gets an idea of who the criminal is.
The plot is intriguing and keeps the readers engaged until the very end. The author has done an excellent job of keeping the suspense alive throughout the story. The characters are well-developed, and the readers can relate to them.
Ganesh’s character is portrayed as someone who is ambitious and driven, but at the same time, he is vulnerable and sensitive. Jenny’s character is shown as a young, successful entrepreneur who is innocent and naive.
Aditi’s character is depicted as a strong, independent woman who is determined to solve the mystery.
The writing style is simple and easy to understand, which makes the story accessible to a wider audience. The author has also added humor to the story, which lightens the mood and makes it an enjoyable read.
The themes of love, friendship, betrayal, and crime are beautifully woven into the plot, which makes the story multi-dimensional.
The novel also sheds light on the world of illusions and how people use them to deceive others. It highlights how the perception of reality can be different for different people and how illusions can be used to manipulate them.
The novel “Dark Secret of Illusion by Vicky Ramesh Wakode“ also explores the dark side of society and how people’s circumstances can lead them to commit crimes.
In conclusion, The Dark Secret of Illusion is a well-written crime thriller that explores the theme of illusions and the secrets hidden behind them. The plot is engaging, and the characters are relatable, making it an enjoyable read.
The author’s writing style is simple, yet effective, and the themes of love, friendship, betrayal, and crime are beautifully woven into the plot. The novel is highly recommended to anyone who enjoys reading crime thrillers and wants to be taken on a journey full of suspense, intrigue, and unexpected twists.
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