“The game is not over yet, Roger”
Book: Rhythm Roger
Author: Himanshu Rai
Genre: Science Fiction; telecom fiction
Publisher: Invincible Publishers
Page Count: 216
Blurb: Heinrich Rudolf Hertz invented a unit of frequency and discovered electromagnetic waves, but virtually, he created a world of electromagnetic waves. The virtual world is always around humans but cannot be seen or felt, is the world of unknown powers, known as Electon. ” World is not only what we see”Rhythm has entered Electon, now its your turn to take your path to know about the secrets of the Electon world.
Overview and Review: This is one of the best book I would include into my category of “best works by Indian authors”. The author has beautifully imagined the world of Electon. See sometimes while writing a book especially non-fiction you do not need a great deal of imagination but when you write a sci-fi or any fiction you need your nerves working and I assure this author has done that work. Trust me guys he’s better than CB and you must read his book if you want to explore the mind of an Indian sci-fi writer which I presume is rare.
The best thing about the book: Its a very quick and easy read.The story revolves around our protagonist “Rhythm” who has recently contributed to the first phone call in Finland. So basically its a telecom sci-fi and as it mentions on the cover “World’s first telecom fantasy book”. He is peacefully living his life but then suddenly an alien-like creature Markboo appears into his room and life and reveals about the existence of Electon he being the heir to the throne. And the antagonist Noise. It is an addictive book which through which you’ll travel from Seattle to Mt.Everest.The digital world dramatized in 216 pages
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