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message 1: by Srinivas (last edited May 02, 2012 11:30PM) (new)

Srinivas in my sense its a great thriller, bocz when this book is published, i am sure no body could thought of such a wicked story.

now u have read the story, if u can watch the movie "MindHunters", its a modern adaption of this story.


PS: u posted this review 4 in the morning???


message 2: by Dyuti (new)

Dyuti I agree with you. At the point when it came out it must have been great! And even now its not bad. As i said in the review, its my fault that because i was expecting much more, that i was a little disappointed, but i guess it would be unfair to blame it on the author.

And yes, i read all night and then felt too restless to sleep until i wrote the review! I do stay up nights. So all my friends call me an OWL! :P


message 3: by Srinivas (last edited May 04, 2012 08:10PM) (new)

Srinivas Dyuti wrote: "I agree with you. At the point when it came out it must have been great! And even now its not bad. As i said in the review, its my fault that because i was expecting much more, that i was a little ..."

"NIGHT OWL" is more precise and suits u well, i think


message 4: by David (new)

David Jebaraj @Dyuti: Good review.. thought same as you about ending, which could have been better.. Indeed I enjoyed reading, as I'm fond of creepy/mystery stuffs.. suggest some good mystery novels please.. Thanks


message 5: by Dyuti (new)

Dyuti @David: Sorry for the late reply. This is a very wide genre, so a little difficult to recommend. Maybe you could check out The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, considering you have not read it. Also, if you are in the mood for some good mystery, there is always Arthur Conan Doyle. For thrillers, check out this list


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