As I read the blurb of the book, I was fascinated. I couldn’t wait to start reading this book. The cover and the title were apt for the book. The story starts with the explanation of the Annunakis and the pagan worship gone wrong endangering humans. And then the story cuts to the present where celebrated filmmaker Manav Gandhi decides to call an early retirement causing quite a stir in the film industry. Movie producers and actors are all confused and worried of this decision. Meanwhile, Pakhi Dutta, an ace journalist wants to get to the bottom of this too soon retirement decision. She does have a past with Manav Gandhi. They parted their ways in the past but fate make their paths cross again. Manav is on a secret mission to save the humans, when a secret brotherhood conspires to bring the end to humanity.
There is a smooth transition between the two worlds. Lots of concepts explained like teleportation, gaurdian angel. With much research, the details of Annunaki, pagan worship are all given at the beginning which sets the tone for the book. The story goes on a steady pace and then hits you with quite a few twists and turns. So it is worth reading through it. Once you understand the characters and their backgrounds, you would be eager to know what happens to them.
This is unique. I read a few mythological and science fiction thrillers in the last year. But this one proved to be intriguing enough for me to read it through. The language is simple and the story is engrossing. I would recommend this book to those who enjoy sci-fi thrillers. I would rate the book 4/5. Thank you Writers Club India for the book.