Jim Morgan And The Seven Sins by Bharat Madan – Book Review

Jim Morgan And The Seven Sins

BY: BHARAT MADAN

Synopsis:

A quest to identify seven deadly sins
A mystery behind seven keys that were passed to seven men
A deadly race against time to seek atonement
On the outskirts of New York City, Jim Morgan, an international bestselling author learns through God that he had committed seven sins in his previous life. Clues lie in the six novels he has written, that would lead him to the mystery. But the novels won’t reveal everything to him. With seven days on hand, he must walk in the direction that faith leads him in, to reach the lost chamber of Seven Planets. Unless Morgan understands the secret behind his past life and the sins he committed, his chance to live will be lost forever.

Book Review:

This is the story of an international bestselling author Jim Morgan who lives in New York. After writing six bestselling novels, he is working on his seventh book when he is visited by none other than God himself. He comes to know about the seven sins that he has committed in his previous life. He is told by God that either he finds out the seven sins that he had committed in his previous life and makes amends to them or be ready to banished to hell. He is further given a clue by God that the clue to the sins lie in the six bestselling novels that he has written so far. Now he has only seven days to find out the sins committed by him in his past life and rectify them or simply go to hell. What are the sins that Jim Morgan had committed? Will he succeed in his mission? To find out the answer, you will have to read the book.

This is a genre that is very rarely attempted by Indian authors and kudos to Bharat Madan for writing such an interesting novel in this genre. The concept is very fresh and the plot is very tight knit and well executed. Though the story appears to be simple at first but then expands into multiple small stories that are linked beautifully. The author has done a good job in retaining the readers’ interest and knitting all the sub stories into one conclusion in the end. There is a lot of mystery in the book which really keep the reader hooked to it. You won’t be able to find out the mystery until and unless you read the whole book. Usually I can predict the ending after reading the first few pages of any book (which happened with my last read The Girl Who Knew Too Much by Vikrant Khanna where I guessed most of the story after reading first few pages) but it took me a little long, about 200 plus pages to guess the story of this book.

The character of Jim Morgan is very well portrayed and is really deep. His conversation with God is interesting. The narration is really beautiful and the language is also very good.

I would like to congratulate the author for making a brave attempt and writing such a good novel. Overall this book is a very interesting and intriguing read and is highly recommended. We usually read such thrillers by foreign author and this is the first time I have read an Indian writer penning such an interesting thriller. A big thumbs up for the author.

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