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நில்லுங்கள் ராஜாவே [Nillungal Rajave]

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This novel is all about Dissociative Identity Disorder(aka Multiple Personality Disorder). The writer narrates, how Doctors Balagopal & Kenneth are trying to modify the mindset of the person, named 'Raja', with the help of Hypnotism, and how they are attempting to assassinate a political leader from South America, using Raja.
Paperback, 136 pages
Published 2009 by Kizhakku Pathippagam (first published January 1st 1980)
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Ram Kumar
From the beginning to end, this book has all the suspense elements to hook you in! I've never read an interesting mystery novel like this before. Five stars for Writer Sujatha's 'Nillungal Rajave'. It truly deserves it! One of his best work, I guess :)
Gowtham Sidharth
Sep 10, 2015 Gowtham Sidharth rated it really liked it
A CIA conspired story to kill a Chilean communist president using a hypnotized guy from tamil nadu, india.As a clumsy story grows into an international security threat. you will left to be stunned.

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Aug 14, 2016 Dineshsanth rated it it was amazing
A fantastic psychological thriller.One of the best thriller novels ever written in Tamil.
Feb 19, 2013 Saravana rated it really liked it
Shelves: suspense
காலேஜ் படிக்கும்போது, இதே கதைக்கருவில் ராஜேஷ் குமாரின் ஒரு நாவல் படித்ததாக ஞாபகம். அந்த நாவலில் தியானத்தின்(சரியாக ஞாபகமில்லை) மூலமாக கதாநாயகனின் மனதில் அவன் மனைவியை பற்றி தவறான எண்ணத்தை விதைத்து, அதனால் அவன் அவளை கொலை செய்ய முயல்வான்.
Harish Sankar
I did not See that ending coming. It is surprising to see a huge change of genre, at the end. The novel Starts with an identity crisis, moves on to a medical drama and ends in a totally totally different genre. (SPOILER if I say what that is!)

I started reading this book while travelling from Coimbatore, and finished it when in Erode. 1.5 hours.
90 minutes to read a 125 page book means only one thing- it was written by a Bullet Train Auhor Sujatha!!

Genius! One of Sujatha's best !

May 31, 2013 Swathi rated it really liked it
A Classic Medical thriller! A different experience! A book based on Mind control through medical improvements in today's world. The climax was just tooo good!!! The story unfolds only in the last few pages but it kept me glued to the book. Again its typical Sujatha!
Jul 29, 2015 Chandrasekar rated it it was amazing
Impressive story line and I was really awed about Sujatha for giving a excellent story in very less number of pages which carried all the elements of psychological thriller, science and at times comedy. Brilliant book from our very own Master
Nov 04, 2015 Karthik rated it it was amazing
Nillungal Rajave is a class book from Sujatha sir. Plot is strong and woven in a beautiful manner. Characters are brought out well especially Ganesh-Vasanth. A must read book of Sujatha sir
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Mar 22, 2016 Thiyagarajan Anandan rated it really liked it
Physo-thriller !! U will love the way he narrated !! Journey was through the shoulder view of the prime character !!

Fast-phased screenplay :D
Sai Shankar
Jul 27, 2014 Sai Shankar rated it really liked it
interesting thriller....esp that sequence where main twist revealed and climax impressive...sujatha is always expert in these type of psychological thrillers.
Jul 30, 2012 Guddu rated it really liked it
a page turner from start to end.. deals with Hypnotism, alternate personalty and psycho therapy.. is similar to 'Manchurian Candidate' a movie starring Frank Sinatra..
Jan 19, 2015 Nagarajan.sivaraman rated it really liked it
Beautifully plotted story. the Technology which sujatha describes in this novel was still not come to use.
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If I hadnt read any other english novels this one would have been more intersting
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