Book Name: Chess without a Queen
Author Name: Virag Dhulia
No of Pages: 306
Publisher: Notion Press (10/11/2017)
Blurb: I must say that the blurb portion of the book is clean, and compact. It is giving a clear idea of what the book may consist of, while concealing the thrill factor accordingly to arouse the curiosity of the reader. So, in my opinion, the blurb is aptly written.
When I read the synopsis of this book I was highly intrigued , and I would confess I was a little bit confused too but I knew that I had to read it. It took me two whooping days to finish this book , as I just couldn’t keep it aside , eager to know what would happen next. Whenever I thought let me put it down that very chapter would end with a plot twist , leading me back into the book deeply.
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