The unsolved case of an Indian woman – Book review | Is it worth reading?
Publisher: Half Baked Beans
Price: Rs. 299 INR(Paperback), Rs. 59 INR(Kindle Edition)
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The unsolved case of an Indian woman: About the author
Puneeth Jubba Honnaiah aka Puneeth Jh is an Indian author and a doctoral researcher in the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust, University of Luxembourg. Puneeth was born in Bengaluru, India. He received the Bachelor of Engineering (BE) from Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), India in 2012 .
Then he got the Master of Science (M.Sc.) from Hochschule Bremen- City University of Applied Sciences, Germany in 2017, all in Electronics and Communication engineering. He is presently pursuing a Ph.D. in Signal Processing and Satellite Communications.
Puneeth is best known for his thriving novels “The Forbidden Quest of Mysore”, “The unsolved case of Indian women” and “Love, Lust, and Loyalty in a Girl’s Life.” His fiction titles revolve around condemning social prejudices and explore lucid genres of historical convictions, thriller reverie, and romance.
The Unsolved Case of an Indian woman: Plot
The unsolved case of an Indian woman is a thriving novel written by Puneeth Jh and published by Half baked beans.The book revolve around the life of 3 Indian women Meenu, Miss Tandel, and Sneha, in an unparallel timeline. The life of these three women is about to collide resulting in an unpredictable ending in the extremely fascinating thriller.
The unsolved case of an Indian woman: Characters
Miss Tandel is a popular lawyer who fights crime starts receiving life threats. Miss Tandel is receiving death threats in the form of notes and the lawyer who was once Fairless and bold, now fears that somebody is out there to murder her.
Miss Tandel thinks the anonymous threats she is receiving are from one of her professional rivals but after many visits to the police station, she realizes that no one believes her that the death threats are real so she consults a psychiatrist, Dr. Yogi Patil, to ascertain death threats are real or she is just being paranoid. Is Tandel really paranoid? or her life is actually in danger?
Sneha is a young and beautiful young woman who is not happy with her life because her married sister thinks Sneha has affair with her brother-in-law, Now Sneha wants to kill herself but finds hope by dialing the wrong number.
Sneha is really tired of her life and wants to end her life, But before killing herself she thinks she should tell the misery of her life to someone, She dials the wrong number again and finds the love of her life, her Krishna, But the situations take unexpected turns and now she is forced to marry someone else. Will she fight for the love of her life Krishna?
At last Meenu a young kid raised by her grandmother now leaving with her family after the demise of her grandma. Meenu seeks affection from her mother who is always busy with her work. Meenu is ready to do anything to get attention from her mother.
Eight years old Meenu lost her grandma, her grandma was the only person who loved Meenu and now she is with the family she never knew about except her father who used to visit her occasionally. Meenu is trying everything to win her mother’s love and affection. Will she get her mother’s love and affection ever?
What will happen when these three unparallel timelines meet? How these three women will affect each other’s life? How are Miss Tandel, Meenu and Sneha are connected? To know read “The unsolved case of Indian women”
The unsolved case of an Indian woman: Conclusion
The story streams into various chapters narrating the story of each character, The story of every character is filled with unexpected twists and turns that will surely blow your mind and force you to keep reading the book until you complete the whole book. I really liked the fact that the author has built the story with real incidents.
The book is easy to read and surely a great read, If you are new to the reading community and want to read an amazing and breathtaking story but at the same time you want an easy read I would highly suggest you read this book, as the book only consists of only 117 pages. Even you are an avid reader, you will definitely love this book.
The book has an open ending and that’s actually the best part about the book as the ending is left non-conclusive for the reader’s imagination. The story is the best example of how a psychological thriller should be. It leads the reader to guess about how these three stories are related to each other and how these stories will affect another character’s life.
I read the book in one go and couldn’t convince myself to put it down, If you read a thriller or you want to start reading thrillers this is a must-read. The author has done amazing work by building a story around real incidents.
The unsolved case of an Indian woman: Ratings
Ease of reading: 5/5
Overall rating: 9.5/10