The Resurrection of Evil…


Have you ever ponder over the existence of Amrit? Ever wondered what is the story behind it?


When an antique artefact is stolen from a national museum, Delhi, a reckless and stubborn police officer ACP Aryan is placed at the helm of the case. Uncovering each layer of the truth, Aryan discovers that the people on the hunt for the artefact are the descendants of those who are found only in the scriptures of the Indian mythology – the asuras.

From the gateway of Lord Vishnu – Haridwar to God’s own country- Kerala, from fiery pursuits to narrow escapes, the mystery of the artefact draws Aryan into a lethal maze of vengeance, betrayal, and dreadful secrets. With time slipping out of hands like sand, Aryan must unravel the secret motive of his adversaries. Else, this story of Good vs Ancient evil might not end with the victory of good.


‘The Resurrection of Evil’ by Neelabh Pratap Singh is a wonderful book that has the charisma to stand apart from its contemporaries. The plotline is highly riveting and intriguing. One could not skip a line while reading it because one might miss on the important information pertaining to the story. Yes, the book is fictional but is informative and enlightening. There’s no point where the reader feels bored. The reason lies in the fact the author has been sedulous in crafting the plot with so many twists. It was a jaw dropping moment when the secret behind the existence of Anand unveils in the climax. The concepts of the wormhole and black hole are explained nicely. Moreover, the mythological fables of demigods, asuras, manavas, daityas, were amazing. They can keep the reader glued to the book.

The cover is quite simple but the title is powerful in accordance with the powerful writing of the author. It encompasses the crux of the book i.e. the revival of the evil. Towards the end of the novel, we realize what does the author wants to imply with the use of such a rustic title. The book does not contain any cheesy lines or interesting love angle yet the flow of it is enticing.

The language is quite good and the storytelling of the author is worth appreciation. His dedicated efforts and research are clearly visible throughout the narrative. More power to his pen!

One who loves to read about the history and mystery should definitely go for this book!

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