The book is split in three parts and I haven't proceeded beyond the first one, yet to come out of the shock ending. The story begins as a conversation between two strangers, a successful IT guy and an attractive girl, who meet at an airport and the subsequent chapters are flashbacks of each of them and their backstories culminating on their meeting and from that point onwards, the story goes in forward mode towards the mother of all twists I've ever read in any novels. The guy, probably in drunken stupor or to win over the lady, opens about his adulterous wife and surprisingly the lady suggests killing his wife as the right punishment and justice for him and even goes on to offer suggestions on how he should go about it. The story of the lady character starts with her troubled childhood and for a story which is pretty dark and intense, the effortless ease with which the incidents are mentioned in such a matter of fact tone eases the flow of narration. On the other hand the guy's story is kind of dragging at places but the reason for the same all ties back into a fantastic twist in tale.
With the first part ending in such a humdinger, eagerly awaiting to let loose myself on the second part of the same book. I've already read the review for finale portion which had spoilers and kind of know what to expect. But despite that the book is still intriguing. Kola panrathu ivlo easya nu yosika vachiruvanga pola!!!