The Committed Sin | Blurb
#Test 1: Carry the bowl of love and pour a drop of the venom of distrust. Does it survive?
#Test 2: Best friends forever, really? Put her in a cobweb of mysteries and see if she bleeds with a smile.
#Test 3: It’s simple. There are no rules in the game except to commit SINS. But you’ll be served death for dinner.
Are you still ready to play the sinful game?
She’s an agnostic. She survives on my own terms in a metropolitan city. She sees around. She sees the puddle of human abhorrence everywhere. She’s knocking at the door of answers that her mom refuses to open. She loves a guy who plays with heart beats. She has a best friend who rules death. Her dad rules the island of enigma. And then there’s a man who binds them all in a single thread- the thread of the game. The rule is pretty simple. They need to commit sins, one after the other.
Take revenge, be sinful, break the rules, forget the morals of relationships but if they try to escape…they’ll be thrown…in the land of the unknown from where none can return.
So shall we begin the game?
The Committed Sin is a STAND-ALONE romance that you cannot afford to miss. This time Metro Kolkata has an untold story which vehemently explores the sphinx of mortal relationships. Experience the journey of nightmares like never before. The bestselling novelist of Till We Meet Again and You Touched My Heart Leema Dhar weaves love, revenge, hatred, mystery and despair–all in a single thread.
The Committed Sin | Review
From the blurb itself, the reader gets an inkling about the track of the story. It boasts of a promising plot with a gripping narrative. The reader is left eager to know how the story progresses and the twists and turns that the story throws up keeps the reader engaged and doesn’t leave room for boredom.
The characters are well developed and the narration helps keep up the tempo of the story. As the story moves on, we undertake an emotional journey with the protagonist Seya where she decides to take fate into her hands and shape destiny. However, the ending of the book did not quite keep up to the expectations.
The few grammatical as well as editing errors do not hamper the reading experience much, but if they are rectified (which I am sure will happen in the subsequent editions) the book will be totally error free. Overall, The Committed Sin is a good book and makes for a quick light read.
This is the honest review of the book The Committed Sin published by Leadstart Publications. I did receive a free copy of the book, however that has in no way influenced my review.