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I absolutely adore Mukul Deva's writings; he is the new age
Satyajit Ray. His style is lucid yet you are drawn towards his
books. Both Lashkar and Salim Must Die are serious page-turners
and provide so much information to all of us. He is one of the
best authors that I have ever come across.
Sayan Acharya - firstname.lastname@example.org
Both Lashkar and Salim Must Die are milestones in Indian writing
'coming of age'. For a land that has been so strife-torn, and
terrorism plagued, especially in the context of recent events, Mukul
Deva's books become topical, close to the hearts of millions of
Indians, and offer hope and redemption.'
Eika Chaturvedi Banerjee - email@example.com
The sharp zigzags of the plot kept us on edge and made for a
very racy pace - each of my family members, finished it at one
reading! I couldn't help comparing the parallel build-ups at
different locations, to John Le Carre's 'Tinker Tailor Soldier
Spy'. Thanks for the thrill and we look forward to more!
Amit Kumar Bose- firstname.lastname@example.org
My unstinted praise for two superlatively crafted books -
Lashkar was unputdownable and a terrific ride indeed! Salim Must
Die was another defining moment in Indian military fiction. I now
await Blowback to blow me away... carry on, Maestro!
Aniruddho Basu - email@example.com
Lashkar and Salim Must Die will find an answering chord with
many and both are bound to be made into films and have multiplexes
filled with patriotic cheers.
Anjana Basu - firstname.lastname@example.org
Irresistible read. Mukul has the knack of communicating the
terrorism issue with a great degree of relevance and still make it
fictional. Complimenting the style is his knowledge of army,
intelligence & terrorists.
Rakesh Dalwani - email@example.com
Gripping and well narrated action - I read the book in one go
... Not only does Mukul take you through the terrorists process of
recruiting, brain washing and training of innocent people
effortlessly but also develops characters well, making the
feel-good story credible and engaging.
Ananth Doraswamy – firstname.lastname@example.org
Reading Salim Must Die was a great experience. You really feel
you are in the middle of the action. Looks so real but sometimes
quite scary. One of the best fiction books I have ever read.
Ignace Hindrick – email@example.com
Every scenario described here is realistic and scary. I truly
enjoyed it. I hope something of this sort does not happen in
reality. I feel that Salim Must Die should not only be read by
every Indian but also be read the world over.
Shailesh Karkhanis - firstname.lastname@example.org
Reality, Thriller, Action - LASHKAR and SALIM MUST DIE present
an amazing vision to see the reality, on such sensitive issues. A
thrilling style of words, which have been placed into action
Sadiya Khan - email@example.com
Mukul Deva is a much-needed star who has dazzled with his
brilliance. Lashkar and Salim Must Die were absolute delights. His
in depth knowledge of affairs military coupled with a lucid and
simple style of story telling makes the reader crave for more.
Brigadier Sanjeev Kanal - firstname.lastname@example.org
Finally, an Indian writer who keeps you on the edge and wanting
more. Go, Mukul, go; let your pen flow!
Hari Kumar - email@example.com
I still remember my first thriller, an Alistair Maclean, which I
read twenty-nine years ago. Reading Salim Must Die gave me a
similar high, because of its freshness and its relevance to my
Ashish Kumar - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lashkar series is simply Genius personified. Gripping
storylines and excellent coverage and explanation of the Global
geo-political scenario. Mukul Deva is probably amongst the best
Monish Navlani - email@example.com
Laskhar was pacey, tight very well knit and pleasantly
vindicating. Mukul deftly blends his knowledge of military
operations with his knack of thriller writing.
Gul Panag- firstname.lastname@example.org
I put off everything once I started reading Mukul Deva's series
and then I told all my friends. Clancy, sure, but I'm thinking the
next Ken Follett. This writer has just started a major blockbuster
Fran Lebowitz Rittman - email@example.com
Lashkar can be well defined as a "Readers Combat Exercise"
because every page is so captivating and visually active that the
reader finds himself on the edge. The story is so captivating that
I read it in one go. All in all, an excellent piece of art.
Sourabh Sengupta - firstname.lastname@example.org
Battalions of Deva fans know his talent for incendiary action.
Salim Must Die is a killer thriller, a must-read. From the man who
claims to write on ‘literary Viagra’, this is a straight-up
Ken Spillman, Australian author - email@example.com
Mukul Deva is an extraordinary writer - his imagination and
attention to detail make his characters come alive and one is
almost sorry to reach the end... the plot is woven with an uncanny
intermingling of reality and make-believe.
Neena Singh - firstname.lastname@example.org
Am thrilled to see this kind of a writing from a fellow Indian.
Such wonderful detail orientation along with a superlative
understanding of the macro environment. I read that people are
comparing your writing to the Ludlum’s and Clancy's of the world,
but in my eyes you are way beyond them… somewhere close to Mathew
Riley and Allen Folsom... Cheers and keep ‘em coming!
Anunay Shrivastava - email@example.com
While Lashkar is unputdownable, Salim Must Die takes the thrills
to the next level! Current themes about proliferation and
"non-state" actors make the story very relatable.
Deepak Subramanian - Deepaksub@yahoo.in
Mukul has a very definitive style of writing and makes the
reader literally feel as part of the entire plot witnessing each
and every thrill real time.
Arijit Sen - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mukul Deva’s writings are a sure recipe to entertain the rugged,
though unknowingly-concealed-in-today’s-times bent of mind most of
us men are born with. Salim Must Die catapulted me into a virtual
world of action where I smelt gunpowder, felt the shocks of mortar
and grenade explosions, and survived the labyrinthine espionage of
the next-door enemy all of us love to hate.
Kulpreet Yadav - email@example.com
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