Thar Express

Thar_Express_final_SmallAm I dead? Is this how it feels to be dead……? A man is found near the India-Pakistan LoC, barely alive and with no memory of his identity, his past or the circumstances that led him to that remote and sensitive part of the country.As he begins to recall tiny fragments of his past, he ends up on a journey of self-discovery that takes him across seven different states and brings him in contact with people, who wittingly or unwittingly help him.After stumbling on to incriminating evidence, the army intelligence launches a relentless manhunt to capture who they now suspect to be a dangerous insurgent. Will their worst fears come true or are they just chasing an illusion? What they find reveals a wholly unexpected truth.

Praise for Thar Express:

“A great and engaging read! The reader is swept along on Mano’s quest to recover his memory while trying to gauge if he is a terrorist, making for a suspenseful and very interesting book. ”

“Amazing grip and storyline. A must read ! The suspense of who Mano is and the hope that he is not a terrorist keeps you glued till the end. You don’t want to put the book down once you start reading. ”

“can’t put it down till you reach the last page .. Excellent work for a debut book ”

“A crackling, fast paced read. Hard to put down. I was hooked till the end.”

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