Ghanshyam Shastri || The Bookscape Review ~ Book Marathon Review 5.

Hello people. How are you??? How is life and how is your family??? I know the state of U.S.A is worse than anything else right now with people attacking the capitol building and hurting the lawmakers nobody feels safe there so I wish you all good luck for the next 2 weeks of Trump’s rule in the White House. I hope you all are fine and safe at home, please take major precautions as new viruses are coming up from different parts of the world and now on a serious note, let’s start this review, shall we???

So…its been so long since we had a mystery review up on this blog right??? Oh, it’s been damn long. I have decided to read more mystery and thrillers this year as I feel like I am losing touch to my love of this genre. I have read so much romance and mushy mushy books that I might explode with all the love it has and I needed a comeback and this book was the best I could use to get a comeback with. So let’s start with this review, come along.

Ghanshyam Shastri by Saras Azad.

I sincerely thank Saras Azad and The Bookscape Review Program for providing this opportunity in exchange for an honest review.

•Book Description:

Author: Saras Azad.

Publisher: Redgrab Book Pvt Ltd.

Genre: Mystery > Crime > Detective.

Chapter: 13 Chapters.

Pages: 184 pages.

Series: Maybe, not sure yet.

Time: 3 hours and 50 minutes.

Publishing / Published: 1st December 2020.

•Official Summary:

Vikram Patel, son of a famous Jeweler in Ahmedabad shoots himself on Diwali night, just before a month from his wedding. The police close the case, citing personal problems as the reason as mentioned in the suicide note. But the victim’s fiancé is not satisfied and wants to know the real reason. She hires a private detective to solve the case. Will the twenty-six years old detective, Ghanshyam Shastri be able to solve this case, which is also the first case of his life? Join the investigation with him.

•Critics Ratings.

Goodreads: 🌟4.0/5Stars🌟.

Flipkart: 🌟4.7/5 Stars🌟.

Amazon: 🌟4.0/5 Stars🌟.

Taken from the respective sources.

•My Rating.

•My Review.

This book had my mind blown away forever. The story, plot and concept was really thrilling. The story was so smoothly and awesomely carved and it had me guessing the murderer till the end. I live in the city where this story was set so I can definitely say the city was explored and the behaviour of the people was really nicely written but I must say this novel is not for foreigners as it has many Indian words and so many Indian phrases are added to it that does give a traditional and ethnic taste to this book. Overall, this is one of the best novels that I have read that was written by an indian author. Great book!!!

So that’s it for today. I hope you loved this review. I will be back soon with one more review and hope you all are safe and sound. Take care and see you soon, until then…

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27 thoughts on “Ghanshyam Shastri || The Bookscape Review ~ Book Marathon Review 5.

  1. Seems like an interesting read as your review says so. I’ll try this book next time.

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    1. You definitely should!!! It’s awesome😍😍


  2. Sounds an interesting book. Will check this out soon ! And waiting for your next blog /review ❤️🥰

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    1. Thank you so much, Nupur. I am glad you liked my review. This means a lot to me🤗🤗💖


  3. Ghanshyam shastri reminds me of byomkesh bhakshi. It’s like I just want to read the book .

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    1. The author has referenced byomkesh Bakshi in his book and he even wanted to create a book like him and somehow, he managed to do that😊


  4. Mystery I am sure you already how big a fan I am of this genre. The review is perfect enough to encourage me to pick this book very soon

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    1. Thank you so much Samata, I am glad you liked this review 🤗🤗💖.

      P.S. I am a huge fan of this genre😍😍


  5. I think it’s great to find a novel set in your home town that deals with the districts and people in a convincing manner. That’s one reason why I have read a lot of books set in London, including many of the novels of Charles Dickens.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx

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    1. It was really fun reading this book. I loved the story. I do want to try some books based in London, got any recommendations???🤗🤗💖.

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      1. I will think of some and get back to you. xx


        1. I almost forgot this wonderful book! I couldn’t put it down, Suzan! 🙂 🙂


  6. Yes, I like reading thrillers too. Nice review, Suzan.

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  7. I am dying to read this book for so many days…finally u, my sweetie has provided this…really happy to read the review.❤️

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    1. Thank you, I am glad you liked my review🤗🤗💖


  8. Looks like a great thriller. I will surely try to grab a copy of this book. Short and crispy review.

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    1. It is a very nice novel. You should definitely get it Kesu🤗🤗💖.


  9. I heard about this book but I was doubtful. Thanks for your review. Also I love how you mention both critics ratings and your own ratings.

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    1. Thank you so much Sejuti. This book is truly awesome…you should definitely try it🤗🤗💖.


  10. I love thrillers ,and i read lots of books from this genre. This seems to be an interesting read. Will add it to my tbr.

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    1. It is a nice book and I love thrillers too, glad you and I have same choices 🤗🤗💖.


  11. I’m a huge fan of this genre and look at the cover giving out a vibe.


  12. I am about to read this book. You have penned the review very beautifully.


  13. Mystery is a genre I still haven’t explored. Thank you so much for this lovely review! I will definitely add this to my tbr!❤


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