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Book review: Hindi book "Kaun Hai Woh Mastishkharta" – a sci-fi romantic thriller
This latest Hindi book "Kaun Hai Woh Mastishkharta" (Who Hacked My Brain) authored by an emerging writer Kumar Gaurav seems to be creating the right buzz among new book releases.

The engrossing science fiction has a love story weaved within. We have a beautiful vanilla romance brewing with a science fiction backdrop. Adding to the thrill is the hacking of thoughts of the main character `Raj'. This interesting novella steps up your curiosity with every page while solving the hacking mystery and at the same time surprises you by revealing some incredible inventions.

When quizzed about what made the author bring a collage of genres together, he added, "I am not a professional writer, yet I have been inventing various instruments in my thoughts which can provide comfort and ease to mankind. Some of these inventions have been shared through this story. I wrote it as a science fiction with a love story weaved in and an element of thrill and suspense to keep the reader engrossed and guessing till the last page. Probably we may term it as a sci-fi romantic thriller."

The author further explains that the purpose behind this creation is not only to entertain but also to inspire readers to create a wonderful life ahead while acting as a self help as well.

One may see the positive feelers for the debut bestseller book at Amazon. Hoping you enjoy and gain from the book.

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