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Book review: King of Hades by R'Ocean is a gripping thriller
Trans World Features | @twfindia | 28 Sep 2018
Book review: King of Hades by R'Ocean is a gripping thriller
'King of Hades' by author R'Ocean brings before us a reflection of life that is made up of happenstance, unimaginable moments; the absence of which will alter your life as much as their presence will do.

If you are looking for a story full of suspense and action, then King of Hades,from Power Publishers, is just for you.

 

The book tells the story about a man called Ramzi Jarrod whose struggle in life cannot be compared with those of others.

 

This book focuses on the struggles that the chief protagonist has undergone . His defeats and his own struggles made him a man of wisdom.

 

The author tries to tell the readers to choose a better way in life to prove one self and not the easiest or other faulty ways.

 

This book has all the elements of literature, romance, betrayal, sex and murder; the story-line meanders through an interesting plot, which is gripping and illuminating.

 

This book is not just a simple thriller but it is written with such emotions that it would touch the readers in a different way.

 

It keeps the readers glued to the book until the end.

 

The book has been written in a simple language and has been formatted and structured in such a way that anyone can understand it.

 

This book is a mature and riveting work of the author.

 

His writing style is likely to have an impact on young adults.

 

The plot moves around in space and time with masterful ease and one can’t help but experience a vague sense of foreboding, a prickly fear at the back of your neck.

 

The story has a mixture of twists and turns that is required to make a perfect story.

 

Some writers are able to integrate characterizations and good writing with fast moving plots; and R'Ocean is one of them.

 

The story is character driven. Here, in this book, the writer creates a language of his own which complements the wistful mood of the book beautifully.

 

(Reviewed by Poonam Chatterjee)