Sunday, 5 January 2014

The Justified Sin by Harpreet Makkar: a review

My second book in 2014, The Justified Sin by Harpreet Makkar. A very interesting name of the novel grabs the readers attention at first glance. Written in a narrative form, the story focuses around Jay and all the women of Jay's life.

The book has many drawbacks. Personally, I felt, the story was worth saying but editing errors marred the feel of the story totally. Loads of grammatical errors, starting from the first chapter of the book.

Double printing of a paragraph or a page was also seen in a few places. The story could've been written in a very continuous way but it wasn't done so.

In one part, one character of the story abruptly vanishes and the reader feels that the character is closed but in the next part, the character is back to the plot. There were many silly mistakes too.

But, all the drawbacks kept apart, the urge to know what is gonna happen next made me complete the book. Wishing the author luck for this one and hoping the upcoming ones are better than this one, I would rate this book 2 on 5.

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