Sunday, 23 November 2014

Book Review: Haunted by Douglas Misquita

Book Review: Haunted by Douglas Misquita




Book Review: Haunted by Douglas Misquita

*Publisher: Frog Books *ISBN: 978-93-80154-95-4 *Publication Year: 2011 *No of Pages: 372 *Cover: Paper Back *Language: English *Genre: Fiction/Thriller *Price: 350 *Rating: 4/5

My view:

An excellent plot, the entire story is so gripping that readers desperately feels to move on next page. An action packed, fast paced novel. The author’s way of describing the whole thriller is really awesome; he knows what readers want to read. Command on the language is good.
The crime scenes are described with good narrative. Sometimes it seams like you are watching a Hollywood movie. FBI, terrorism, suspense, revenge, loyalty, helicopters, ships, CIA, etc every ingredient needed for thriller is very well intertwined in the book. Each and every character has given due importance.   

One of the best things which I liked is about underwater action mentioned in the book. A must read for the fan of mystery, detective and action-thrillers.       

NOTE: It’s a spoiler free review, so grab the book, I guarantee you will not regret. 

Blurb:

FBI Special Agent Krik Ingram’s life is torn apart when his family is brutally murdered before his eyes. Devastated physically and psychologically, he vows to destroy organised crime in all forms.

Across the globe, an international trade house brings terrorist activities and organised crime together in a deadly nexus that threatens to bring the world-order to the point of anarchy.

And only one man stands in the way of global terror and paranoia – one man seeking redemption, and waging a personal battle against the demons of his past...

About Author:

Douglas Misquita holds an MBA in Information Technology and Systems and a Bachelor in Electronics Engineering and is currently working in the telecommunications industry. Haunted is his first published work and was written while the author was in engineering college and reworked for publication. Besides writing, Douglas is an avid musician — playing the guitar and harmonica, and enjoys singing, composing and arranging music, watching movies and loves travelling to places steeped in history.

Find out more at
www.douglasmisquita.com