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Raakshas What Made Him A Serial Killer Was He Born With Homicidal Tendencies Did A Harrowing Childhood Render Him Criminally Insane The Questions Haunt, Additional Commissioner Of Police, Maithili Prasad As She Discovers The Horrific Murders Across Mumbai As She Spearheads The Greatest Manhunt In Mumbai S History, She S Determined To Contain The Reign Of Terror Unleashed By The Ruthless Serial Killer But Before That She Must Grapple With Her Personal Demons That Surface To Plague Her With Self Doubt.Just As It Seems That Maithili Has Begun To Understand The Deep Rooted Resentment That Drives The Serial Killer, He Turns Around And Makes Her The Object Of His Revenge Will She Emerge Unscathed From This Ordeal This Thrilling Narrative Of A Serial Killer S Life And The Unusual And Challenging Investigation To Catch Him, Uncovers A Chilling Trail Of Unspeakable Torment And Cruelty The Tale Of Raakshas.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 243 pages
  • Raakshas
  • Piyush Jha
  • English
  • 19 May 2018

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10 thoughts on “Raakshas

  1. says:

    A book that has a cover showcasing one thing and a narration style that completely denies it The story originally is told from two perspectives, the serial killer and the cop As the book progresses it shifts to a single perspective the cop s and she narrates whatever he does Afterwards we get a couple of victim s perspectives As it progressed it feltandlike a flowery crime report I ve never read a crime report than a book If you ve ever seen documentaries on serial killers y A book that has a cover showcasing one thing and a narration style that completely denies it The story originally is told from two perspectives, the serial killer and the cop As the book progresses it shifts to a single perspective the cop s and she narrates whatever he does Afterwards we get a couple of victim s perspectives As it progressed it feltandlike a flowery crime report I ve never read a crime report than a book If you ve ever seen documentaries on serial killers you know what I mean It doesn t feel like a story eg Hannibal or a James Patterson book.This book is not about India s No.1 Serial Killer It is about the cop chasing him The entire book reads like a synopsis of a much bigger,detailed novel Maybe that was the original manuscript and maybe it wasn t commercially viable Whatever the reasons this book doesn t feel like a complete book It feels like sitting and listening to your grandparents telling you a story about their workplace and...

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    by Piyush Jha narrates the thrilling, sometimes heartrending and sometimes horrifying journey of the making of a serial killer who transforms from a normal person to a Raakshas devil , a serial killer so terrible that there is no other word to describe him When I first heard about the book, I was intrigued by the unconventional topic of the book and its title Raakshas I hadn t read a book that focused on giving lig...

  3. says:

    Piyush Jha is quite a renowned name in the genre of Indian crime thrillers His latest publication, Raakshas India s No.1 Serial Killer, is a new feather in his cap Serial killers always said to have a different mindset and their brains work without any fear or contrition In this book Piyush has unfolded the life of an infamous serial killer who went havoc in Mumbai Not only the author has delineated the killer s early childhood and prepubescent days and then, his becoming a terror, but he h Piyush Jha is quite a renowned name in the genre of Indian crime thrillers His latest publication, Raakshas India s No.1 Serial Killer, is a new feather in his cap Serial killers always said to have a different mindset and their brains work without any fear or...

  4. says:

    This is not a novel where the plot is obvious, but the facts are presented in such a smooth manner that catapult the reader into the story of the childhood of the serial killer, making Maithili discover a world to investigate with curiosity the human m...

  5. says:

    FIRST IMPRESSION The cover seemed chilling enough The simple mugshot of a man with a bloodied knife and bloodshot eyes felt very apt for the title Raakshas a demon, devil, someone ruthless Having already read a previous work of the author, Anti Social Network , I thought I knew what to expect The blurb about a troubled female police officer trying to track a dangerous serial killer and ending up being on his hit list seemed strangely generic but also left enough options open for different FIRST IMPRESSION The cover seemed chilling enough The simple mugshot of a man with a bloodied knife and bloodshot eyes felt very apt for the title Raakshas a demon, devil, someone ruthless Having already read a previous work of the author, Anti Social Network , I thought I knew what to expect The blurb about a troubled female police officer trying to track a dangerous serial killer and ending up being on his hit list seemed strangely generic but also left enough options open for different interpretations.I took the Soon to be a major motion picture tag with a pinch of salt That is not a deal clincher in my opinion.REVIEW There are very few books that manage to hook the reader into the story in page one Most books try, though The story promises to be about India s number one seri...

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    Raakshas India s No 1 Serial Killer by Piyush Jha is an attempt to delve deep into the human consciousness and scrutinize the darkest corners of human mind As the title of the book suggests, this book is the account of a young boy who was given a name that has been used to describe his life later on This is the story of a man whose creative energy and positive thoughts have been distorted by the individuals who brought him up This is the story of a boy who grew up treating homicide as a lif Raakshas India s No 1 Serial Killer by Piyush Jha is an attempt to delve deep into the human consciousness and scrutinize the darkest corners of human mind As the title of the book suggests, this book is the account of a young boy who was given a name that has been used to describe his life later on This is the story of a man whose creative energy and positive thoughts have been distorted by the individuals who brought him up This is the story of a boy who grew up treating homicide as a lifestyle This is the n...

  7. says:

    I finished Raakshas last night and I am still dwelling on the plot A bit haunting but a wonderful read.Raakshas by Piyush Jha A fast paced, spine chilling story of a serial killer and the police officer who s in pursuit.Piyush Jha, an acclaimed Bollywood director, is famous for his best selling crime fiction novels And it s one genre that always entices me Do I have to givereasons to pick this book First impression the cover page is too good and the title, catchy Raakshas India I finished Raakshas last night and I am still dwelling on the plot A bit haunting but a wonderful read.Raakshas by Piyush Jha A fast paced, spine chilling story of a serial killer and the police officer who s in pursuit.Piyush Jha, an acclaimed Bollywood director, is famous for his best selling crime fiction novels And it s one genre that always entices me Do I have to givereasons to pick this book First impression the cover page is too good and the title, catchy Raakshas India s No 1 Serial Killer India s No 1 Serial Killer is the story of a young man on a killing spree in the murky streets of Mumbai and how the police department handles the case.The protagonist is Mallika Prasad, Additional Commissioner of Mumbai, who investigates this maniac serial killer case Despite having a troubled past, one day she realizes that her dream is to bring justice to the society She tries hard and plans well for this case but then the killer is always a step ahead of her.The antagonist, who had a tormented ...

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    Victims of circumstances in the past have two options, either they can continue feeling sad, scared, miserable or angry and seek revenge thereby becoming victimizers themselves or they can break the chains of negative thoughts and choose to deal with mistakes, tragedies, and trials to ensure that no one else goes through the same.Scarred and scared by traumatic past, the two protagonists of Raakshas chose two different paths One went on to become India s No 1 serial killer and the other a crus Victims of circumstances in the past have two options, either they can continue feeling sad, scared, miserable or angry and seek revenge thereby becoming victimizers themselves or they can break the chains of negative thoughts and choose to deal with mistakes, tragedies, and trials to ensure that no one else goes through the same.Scarred and scared by traumatic past, the two protagonists of Raakshas chose two different paths One went on to become India s No 1 serial killer and the other a crusader of law and order Who will be the victor between this battle of good and evil The city of Mumbai sees an unusu...

  9. says:

    A Fast Paced Book, full of guile Truth be told, I received this book today itself, as a review copy in exchange for an honest review wrapped it up in a single sitting Beginning with the striking front cover which I believe is one of the finest reason for any reader to pick this book in an instant his her eyes fell on it Picture of a man, with blood red eyes, holding a knife upright embedded on an iconic plain background.The story begins with the birth of a devil who brought the death A Fast Paced Book, full of guile Truth be told, I received this book today itself, as a review copy in exchange for an honest review wrapped it up in a single sitting Beginning with the striking front cover which I believe is one of the finest reason for any re...

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    Serial killers Murders Dead bodies Victims These words have always given us chills, whether encountered in novels, movies or in news But have we ever thought about the motive behind these brutal killings by the serial killers The answer is that they have absolutely no real motive It s just the urge that drives them to kill And that makes this latest novel by Piyush Jha, Raakshas , an epitome of a thriller a story that not only talks about the deeds of the infamous Mundi Cut killer of M Serial killers Murders Dead bodies Victims These words have always given us chills, whether encountered in novels, movies or in news But have we ever thought about the motive behind these brutal killings by the serial killers The answer is that they have absolutely no real motive It s just the urge that drives them to kill And that makes this latest novel by Piyush Jha, Raakshas , an epitome of a thriller a story that not only talks about the deeds of the infamous Mundi Cut killer of Mumbai, the protagonist of the story, but also the reasons which made him a serial killer.The book begins by the line He became a killer the minute he was born His mother died in childbirth And then the story begins in fast pace, revolving around the life of this killer and what drove him to this behavior The Mundi Cut killer, as fearfully known in Mumbai, spreads terror in the city, as he skillfully cat...

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