Brutal You are in real real danger A school teacher gets a creepy warning in his mailbox Seven days later he murders eleven of his students Two months later he is gunned down in broad daylight by an obscu

  • Title: Brutal
  • Author: Uday Satpathy
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  • Page: 471
  • Format: ebook
  • You are in real, real danger A school teacher gets a creepy warning in his mailbox Seven days later, he murders eleven of his students Two months later, he is gunned down in broad daylight by an obscure militant outfit Justice served The nation pacified Case closed.But not for two crime reporters Seeking redemption through this case are Prakash and Seema, ace jo You are in real, real danger A school teacher gets a creepy warning in his mailbox Seven days later, he murders eleven of his students Two months later, he is gunned down in broad daylight by an obscure militant outfit Justice served The nation pacified Case closed.But not for two crime reporters Seeking redemption through this case are Prakash and Seema, ace journalists but broken individuals As they follow the story, they are led to the ominous wilds of Bandhavgarh where an eerily similar massacre had occurred eight years ago Little do they know that they have stirred up a hornet s nest.One by one their leads start turning up in body bags and they are chased by assassins at every corner Soon they realize that they are pitted against evil powers pervading the business and political DNA of the country, with an unbelievably sinister agenda People who are about to let Prakash and Seema know how brutal they can be.

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    1. When I read the blurb for this book, I knew I had to read more. I'm a huge fan of thrillers and I love writers who can really pull the reader in the story and hold their attention throughout the book. For a first time author, Uday Satpathy, has been successful in doing just that. I was totally engrossed in the world the author created right from the word go.The author paints an exciting and a believable picture. As the story progressed, I was engulfed in the mysterious, dramatic and suspenseful [...]

    2. Brutal by Uday Satpathy was selected for publishing through Bloody Good Book – a unique crowdsourcing and crowd curating method to discover new writing talent. And what a find! Brutal is an awesome page-turner and a thriller. I got hooked on to the book in the first 4 to 5 pages and simply had to complete the compelling narrative.Seemingly ordinary people appear to commit extremely violent crimes without any apparent provocation. A school teacher massacres students in a class, and is later sho [...]

    3. The canvas of the book is very large. It tries to cover the shady stuff going on from Underworld to private security firm to a business house to a TV channel to medical world to assassins to the drug world to single parenting to generation gaps to terrorism to children killing massacre to many other arenas. It is quite possible to mess the things up when trying to explore many such worlds and linking their dots. The author however have control in his hand and apart from a few loose ends, he succ [...]

    4. Excellent!I'm a big Baldacci fan, I would definitely like to compare Mr. Satpathy to be the Indian Baldacci!It's a page turner! superb plot, very beleivable. Some real class Indian thriller!

    5. Unique method always pulls out something unique. Brutal came up in the market through a unique platform named ‘Bloody Good Books’ and this thriller actually stands apart in the same category. I mean I am a great fan of thriller genre and anything ordinary doesn’t suits my taste but this particular book hooked me till the very end and I can say to the debutant that well done bro. You deserve a bow.Brutal opens up with a court hearing of a teacher who brutally killed 11 children in school pr [...]

    6. Let me open the review by strongly emphasizing: Uday, the author, has sound philosophical outlook of what hell means…. And he makes his characters experience it. Uday stayed true to the theme through out the book. I do not want to play the spoilsport here, but the readers will know what I mean when they are finished with the book. At the end of many chapters, one will find strange revelations. At that point the following happens:1. You will be forced to turn back two pages and re-read them.2. [...]

    7. Let me start with the truth. The only reason I bought thisbook was it's price. One morning when I was checking myTwitter timeline, I saw a tweet where it was mentioned,'Brutal' it now available at only Rs.19 on . Isearched 'Brutal' on Google and then after reading somegood reviews of the book I bought it.Thriller is not my cup of tea, I like reading love stories butafter reading this book, my taste completely changed. Thisbook made me fall in love with 'Thriller' genre. Though thisis the first w [...]

    8. I don't usually give up on a book without getting through at least 20% of it - a fair trial; but it was obvious to me at 5% that this book was not for me. I continued to 10% and quit. The writing style was exceptionally unpolished and rough, and the dialogue was stilted and unrealistic. (I read enough of that kind of writing when grading high school students' work.) Other reviews are very complimentary, so it is obvious that my reaction to the novel Is not typical.

    9. Gripping - would be an understatement24 is the most addictive series I've watched given its screenplay. This book gives 24 run for the money. Very nicely ended chapters to leave the reader look to the next one. It felt like watching a thriller series. Nice work Uday. Looking forward to your next book.

    10. Superb thriller with great characterization. Hope Indian thrillers turn a new leaf with such works. Faith restored in Indian non-literary fiction.

    11. Writing was good even though some places exhibited amateurish phrases. NB-67 was not at all convincing. Plot was going international level while plot was flying loose.

    12. 3.5/5 Came to know of this book on hearing Rashmi Bansal speak at a Litfest. A great storyline with "light" writing devoid of any polish or character or scene buildups which stops it from being great.Loved the first half especially which was full of suspense and baffling. A good timepass read.

    13. A gripping story which make the readers to turn pages. Loved the Characterisation of the lead roles.

    14. I bought this book on amazon a few months back and was eager to read it as the ratings were pretty good. And to my pleasure the book turned out to be a hundred times better then what I thought it would be. It had all the elements of a thriller. To my surprise the book turned out to be a medical thriller in the end, which I love by the way. As I am a huge fan of Robin Cook novels. The story also had political aspect to the twist, which is even better. By the end of it I was wondering why Uday Sat [...]

    15. I love thrillers and when I came to know about the concept of first crowd curated novel I couldn’t pass the chance of reading it. ‘Brutal’ lives upto its name the moment one begins reading the novel, including the prologue which fully justifies its presence. I was completely invested in the story from the first page. Though this review is coming a bit late, I had finished the novel in one sitting.A school teacher, Nitin Tomar, opens fire on a class of students, killing many, and is capture [...]

    16. Brutal – the author claims this to be his first attempt to write a novel! I am shocked. This is probably the best of the lot that I have read (and reviewed as well) until now. Please do not take this statement as if I am bragging just to attract your attention; I truly mean it by heart.Usually, the ‘thriller’ genre is overlapped with suspense and with adventure as well but the real punch of thriller is something that can only be felt while reading (or sometimes watching). The story and plo [...]

    17. To simply put it this is a nail-biting , edge of the seat thriller. It starts with a character who had gone into killing spree. Two journalist who in pursuit of the case had to survive through dangerous , moribund and deceitful situations and circumstances. They came across one lead after another which were shocking and each events would delude you. You will be appalled to discover secret collusion between high society people with arm dealers & criminals and, how the medical fraternity can s [...]

    18. The book 'Brutal' can keep you glued to it till the endBrutal starts with a fierce prologue based on an incident in Bandhavgarh National Park where Kunal Chaubey, a young man runs to rescue himself from some unknown monsters. Despite his tiring body he manages to resist, in fact, more than that, he manages to fight back and later realises that he has managed to kill those monsters. The main story of the book starts 8 years later when a journalist, Prakash takes up Nitin Tomar case, Nitin appears [...]

    19. “In pitch darkness, Kunal Chaubey dashed through thick foliage, ignoring branches and twigs clawing into his flesh. Webs of overhanging roots keep getting in his way, lacerating his face like barbed wires. Yet he ran like a mad man. He didn’t know where he was going. He just wanted to get out of this damned forest…” ‘The Brutal’ starts this way, creating a grotesque image in our minds, and the story progresses on similar lines. It is the story of a respected journalist, who tortured [...]

    20. Having bought this at the literature festival, Litventure, last year, I was looking forward to reading this book since. But I haven't really had time. Two days ago, I picked the book up and could not put it down for it is fast-paced, with adequate descriptions and narration, perfectly balanced with good dialogue, which is how a thriller should be. The book is a page-turner for sure and comes highly recommended from me. And I mostly never read too many Indian thrillers. I haven't read many Indian [...]

    21. Definitely a promising new writer in the commercial fiction circuit, Uday Satpathy has crafted a well-paced thriller with an interesting premise. When I saw the cover, I honestly did not expect it to be even a decent read. Perhaps the only reason why I even picked it up was the whole crowd-curating business that had me a little curious. An excellent idea, I wanted to know what came out of it.And the book was definitely a pleasant surprise. The story moves fast and keeps you hooked. It is about t [...]

    22. Brutal, a debut thriller by Uday Satpathy would go down in the annals of Indian publishing history as the first crowd sourcing book. Thrillers as a genre has only recently been explored by the Indian writers and it is still nascent when compared to the likes of Robert Ludlam, Tom Clancy, Fredrick Forsyth, Lee Child, John Grisham etc. Although the books written by these authors are gripping, racy and grasping, what is mostly missing for Indian readers is the setting, atmosphere and politics which [...]

    23. Brutal is one of those books that will keep you glued till the very end. Every chapter unveils something new and thus increases the hunger to go further. Uday Satpathy, the author has given a new dimension to terrorism covering a lot of genres from mystery to thriller, trust to betrayal.Initially, the book starts off as a horror book with people facing demonic people. It then moves onto suspense when it talks about missing people and finally involves terrorism when it brings three different nati [...]

    24. Alright! Finished this in one go. This debut novel by Uday Satpathy is totally worth a read.A teacher with no voilent history murders his students in cold-blood . It becomes a high-profile case and then is killed by an ex-defence personnel.Two journalist couldn't belive how simple this case is and they begin their investigation which is how the mystery starts.The plot is mostly interesting and the pace is good enough, not devoid of its moments of horror -- corpses in cages, a crazy scientist wit [...]

    25. The book promotes itself as the first crowd curated book with lot of people contributing to this book with ideas and helping with revision and I think it worked.Often the bug-bear of thrillers is its pacing and thanks to the books many revision and lot of heads working on it, the pacing is superb.The plot itself, the action sequences, the suspense building are all good with the book.The problem is that around 50% of the book all the conspiracy, and the people behind it, gets revealed and basical [...]

    26. The book will capture your attention right from the beginning. you will not be able to put it down. But as the book progress it becomes more and more cliche. The writing will keep you glued, but if you read a lot of mystery thrillers you will be able to predict what will happen next. it was very predictable. There is no surprise element. But the overall book is good and you will not be bored till the end

    27. The prologue itself assures you that you are not going to read another simple tale which hit the bookstores these days. The ride to newness starts from the start and there is no stoppage in this journey. The sudden twists and turns don’t allow you to yawn. Every chapter showcase a new aspect to the readers.

    28. It is an out and out thriller. The pace slows down only momentarily for a few pages somewhere in the middle of the book. But, overall, it is really fast paced and engaging. There are many characters in the book who could be possible villains. Each one has a motive too. The characters are well drawn out and believable. Very good debut novel.

    29. The book kept me hooked to the plot.The author had done a lot of research i must say I love the book 1,the narration was superb,but kind of disappointed with book 2 n 3 as the whole plot kind of opens up with all mysteries by the end of book 2 with nothing much to expect from book 3 where the closure is just like a Hindi thriller movie climax.On the whole a good book to read.

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