Review for Chess Without a Queen

Review of my novel by Ruchi Patel on Goodreads:

I loved the book. It contains different topic than routine romantic love stories. Plot revolves around politics. I like the book based on politics. Because to write such type of plot, the smallest details has to be perfect. And author really did the best job. Must read for the readers who likes such type of plots. Nice and simple language, easily understandable, plot has good twists and turns. I loved because its different read after a long time.

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This #review about my #political #thriller #novel Chess Without a Queen made my day. Such appreciation always motivates #Writers to work harder. Thank you Ruchi…..

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About the book:

When Rishabh Tanwar returns to Lucknow after completing his MBA in London, he gets kidnapped during the elections. Post elections, Uttar Pradesh prepares to welcome the youngest CM of India. However, shortly after commencing office, the CM is booked for a crime he didn’t commit.

The needle of suspicion points to a retired judge who has scores to settle with the CM.

What follows is an excruciating journey for the accused CM to save not only his skin but also the newly elected government that is in tatters with its CM in the dock.

About the Author:

Virag Dhulia is a thinker and a storyteller with signature perspectives on topics that concern our daily lives. He is a techie, who lives in Bengaluru, the Silicon Valley of India.

Virag is an accomplished author with his first two books standing as a testimony to his unique and thought-provoking style of writing. Books are not his only mode of storytelling – he makes movies too. Virag writes and directs short-films in the YouTube Channel ‘Chai Pakoda’, probing the contemporary life of Indians from different angles. Virag is a citizen journalist and an avid blogger, who writes movie reviews.

Virag is also a life coach and a counselor, who has enabled thousands of people, particularly men, to live their lives happily amidst adversities. Once, the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Indian Parliament, invited him to state his opinions in the lawmaking process.

Virag tweets with the handle @ManOfTales and blogs in his website

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