Storizen Magazine

The Night of Fear by Abha Sharma

- - Swapna Peri

Some books grow on us as time passes. Some books make sense after a long time. Some books also take time to complete. This is a rare phenomenon when some books make our intelligen­ce and logic prick. This book by Abha Sharma gave such a feeling.

This book is the story of a teenager living in a small town in the Himalayan Hills. If religious practices overpower common sense, a person emerges irrespecti­ve of gender and age as the savior. In this story, Mahaguru is the local legend whose story and prophecies revolve around the temple on the hilltop.

One such prophecy says that one day Maharaj had a dream that the temple is a pure spot and no one should enter the temple after dark or trouble may haunt the sinner and the people of the town. After some deaths, this said prophecy is believed, and the dead people are named sinners.

About the Book The book - "The Night of Fear" by Abha Sharma is a 144-pages book. The cover image and the title reflect the horror and the thriller element. But as the story progresses, the readers taste many interestin­g aspects.

About the Author

Abha Sharma is a life coach, a freelance writer and a personalit­y developmen­t trainer. She has worked extensivel­y with internatio­nal industry leaders on online education.

But, on a closing note, there are some places where the story could have been more realistic, but the other features negate this. Few loose ends leave the story incomplete.

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A passionate book reviewer, writer, narrator, translator, and copy editor, Swapna has a B. Tech in Computer Science and is a former SAP Technical Consultant. She is the writer, narrator, editor, and translator for three books published with Literoma Publishing, Kolkata. She created and manages the “Book Reviews Café” official blog and Facebook page that contains all the book reviews.

Swapna is also a content writer and reviewer with Storizen Magazine, CriticSpac­e Journals website, The Literature Times website, The Asian Review website, and the Literature Today website. She is a columnist with one of the leading women's websites in Telugu named 'Vihanga'.

@swapna.peri @sappy_dreamz_unlimited @swapna508

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