“Revenge Instinct” is a thrilling novel co-authored by Ravleen Sabharwal and Amit Dubey. Ravleen Sabharwal is a lawyer in the Supreme Court of India and Amit Dubey is a lawyer in the Bombay High Court. Their legal backgrounds shine through in the detailed and intricate plotlines of the book. Their expertise in storytelling is evident in the seamless way they blend the themes of family, loyalty, and revenge into a captivating narrative.
The authors’ writing style is engaging and descriptive, bringing the small town and its inhabitants to life. Their ability to create realistic characters and explore their relationships is a testament to their skill as storytellers.
“Revenge Instinct” by Amit Dubey and Ravleen Sabharwal is a gripping novel that explores the dynamics of family, loyalty, and revenge. Set in the backdrop of a small town, the book revolves around the Chauhan family and their loyal employee Shiva Apte.
The authors skillfully unravel the plot, building the tension slowly, and keeping the reader engaged with each page. The characters are well-defined and layered, making them relatable and believable. The family dynamics are explored in detail, and the complexities of their relationships are depicted realistically.
The death of Shiva Apte serves as a turning point in the story, and the subsequent events trigger a chain of events that threaten to expose the dark secrets of the Chauhan family and their rivals, the Mehras. The authors masterfully weave together the plotlines, bringing everything together in a satisfying and explosive conclusion.
“Revenge Instinct” is not just a thriller but also a story about the bonds of family and the lengths one would go to protect them. The authors’ writing style is fluid and descriptive, making the book an easy and enjoyable read.
Our Verdict on the book:
“Revenge Instinct” is a compelling and well-crafted novel that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. and Ravleen Sabharwal and Amit Dubey have succeeded in creating a story that will leave readers thinking long after they have finished reading it.
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