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Friday, June 26, 2015

Reviews On "Logicops"

Review Point: 3/5
Author: Vaibhav Mukim
Publisher: Frog Books, Leadstart Publishing Pvt. Ltd.
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 978-93-81836-99-6
Edition: First, 2015
Page Count: 110

The book is about the story of Parker, Vettel and Pratt, the police officers of crime branch who are indulged in solving each case logically and with innovative way by reading the mind of others. These officers have highly sharp mind and ability to read the mental state of persons standing at front or residing far away. Officers solve the cases and reduce the crime by visualizing things in mind and taking action before happening. Also, story goes with Chimney, the only family of Parker.

Strength of the Book:
Theme selection is very nice and drags the attention of readers. Narration is done is straight forward way without creating nonsense. Fragment in 28 chapters of mind catchy title having 6 sections, this book completely entertains the readers and does not let them be confused. Story telling style is really amazing and unique. Ending is also done in best possible way by solving mysteries and letting a wave of satisfaction over the face of readers. Dialogue writing is very clear and focused on point being described.

Weakness of the book:
Story goes so fast. Irrelevant chapters are also added. Much of persons are introduced which are useless and not required. After the first half of narration, story falls down and fabricates with unacceptable chapters. Proper justification is also not done with each character.

Author Vaibhav Mukim has great ability to make unknown things familiar with his words. Story suits best to the title and cover page of the book. This book will surely be loved by persons who read some different kind of fiction stories but it will disappoint readers who die for literature, love and all. Vaibhav has played his role very well in the book and presented a concept which is out of universe. 

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- Kamal Paneru

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