Author: Priya Kumar
Publications: Books That Inspire
No Of Pages:225
What happens when a pilot entrusted with the lives of hundreds of passengers loses his mind and decides that “life is not worth it” and chooses to end his life, taking all the passengers and crew with him? The 300 passengers boarding the flight SL502 from Dubai to New York believe like the rest of us, that flying is the safest mode of travel.
They haven’t the faintest clue that the pilot in the drivers seat has decided to end his life mid-air by committing suicide. Well not every passenger is unaware of impending danger. There is in the flight an astrologer humouring his fellow passengers with some predictions when he realizes that there is something deadly in common with all these predictions.
Come aboard a suspense filled drama of life and death woven by master storyteller Priya Kumar as she takes you on a ride that you will never forget.
I would like to thank author for the review copy. My review here is honest and unbiased.
“I will go with you” is now “The Final call” , a web series. The book cover is series-tie in edition.
Robert, the pilot decides to commit suicide by consuming poison in the airbus while air bound. But unfortunate event takes place which pushes the pilot to take the 300 passengers along with him on the path of death. Will the passengers survive? Will Robert change his mind?
The book is an alternate combination genre of thriller,self help and self healing. It doesn’t fall under the radar of fast paced thriller but slowly engulf your mind with the enlightening fight between fear,consciousness and existence. A page turner not by turns and twists but by the realistic preach.
The characters and characterization is much appreciable. Each characters stood unique and had their piece of contribution for story to evolve. Did each character fulfilled the purpose to their life(story)? Yes, indeed but with detailed and elaborate pages. Towards the end I felt the soul existence was explained with intense words which I felt was bit long and slow and dragging.
The story construction and narration was good and who believes fate would definitely love this book. The intelligent part is that even though the spiritual quotient was high, the inclusion of thriller between the pages helped me to move on with the story. I was really hoping that Muttu’s predication would go wrong with some miracle.
Overall “The Final Call” is a journey to understand what fate and soul is. In one line “It will happen and it happened because it was meant to happen so “NO REGRET” even after you take off.