Book: The Chronicle Of Golgotha Days
Author: Sujith Balakrishnan
Blurb: About the Book: Abhaya, a sixteen-year-old girl is abducted and forced into a life of endless torment. Every day is a new hell for her, oscillating between torture and death, with a quickly dimming flicker of hope that one day she will find her way back home. But will she? What does home really mean to a fractured soul? In anguish, it appears the whole world delights in schadenfreude, while God lies in wait. In wait for what, no one knows.
To begin with the cover is beautiful. It justifies book so perfectly.
The story is about a girl Abhaya and how her life changes drastically when she leaves her loving parents for a middle-aged man, she is in love with. The story is very disturbing and some parts brings down the chills. But the fact that this story is based on a real life shook me more. The ending was a relief. Overall the concept is awesome. Narration is very real, one could imagine the things exactly how mentioned in the book and could also feel the emotions. Story is fast paced, language is easy. As A debut novel, author has done a great job. If you love crime thriller or suspense than this book is a must read.