The book really delivers to its purpose;rendering Indian horror stories in an entirely different prospective.Each time you scheme out the most plausible plot,and yet each time there is a totally new twist-compelling you to read ahead in the hope of an impeccable prediction and yet ,the authors outsmart you...EACH
time ;That's the beauty of this piece.
The authors have used the sleight of narration to present the rather common folklore and ghost stories.The language is plain and straight ,presumably with an large audience in focus.
Being a local reader ,finding the stories strikingly superlative is a total no-no,as I have at one point or the other either heard of or read about them.This is where the narration and delivery of a few unpredictable twists come to the rescue .When an attempt to predict the plausible outcome of the plot became futile , i found it a challenge and read ahead in the hopes of deducing a correct outcome.This is how the book engages you to read through.
Within the confines of my comprehension ,I did not find any justified gradation to the stories,they were placed randomly.If the present one is unpredictable ,the succeeding one may be totally transparent.It would have been better if the stories were arranged in a manner of compounding unpredictability.
None the less i had a great reading experience and hope of reading even better works from the authors in the coming future.