Book Review: Out of the Jaws Of Death is a mystery thriller with a gripping end
How is the life of a top businessman? What are the risks they can come across? Does the veil of glamour and affairs hide the actual motives?
Through the novel, Out of the Jaws of Death, Anand Vardhan has portrayed a real-life story in a fictionalised form.
The story has multiple shades, and each facet unfolds a new mystery and a sense of horror among the readers.
A smooth business deal can be suddenly affected in the most horrific way even before one realises it and the author has beautifully and successfully showcased such an issue.
The story opens on a casual note at the St. Andrews golf course, where the two main businessmen, Peter and Neil have been introduced to readers.
The picturesque and minute details will quickly grab the attention of the readers and they will be bound to flip the pages to understand more about them and what they come across later.
Soon the author introduces us with two seductive and charming women who are successful in luring Peter and Neil.
A series of events follow after that but suddenly they are amidst a great danger.
Their million-dollar shipment gets hijacked by the Mob, who are also known as the Triad.
They create havoc in their lives and try to destroy them completely by raping and murdering women and children.
The plot takes a serious turn from this point and the readers are exposed to some of the most dangerous events where their lives are also at stake.
Who will come to save them? Will they be able to escape from their custody and save their lives?
In order to know further about this realistic story, you need to read this interesting narrative and join the roller coaster ride along with the other characters!
The sentence structure and language used by the author are very lucid which makes the story more gripping.
The seductive descriptions, infatuations and sex parlours in Hong Kong and Bangkok break the monotony of the events and also to inform the readers about the reality of glamourous and happening lives of businessmen.
The location shifts from Scotland to Dubai and also to Bangkok and Hong Kong, leaving a trail of experiences and wonders for everyone.
Hence, if you are looking for an interesting, out of the box read this winter, Out of the Jaws of Death is the best book for you.