///The Ray Of Asha

The Ray Of Asha


(1 customer review)

A young journalist Gayatri Chaturvedi, was assigned to interview a spiritualist who was the talk of the town for his unique healing powers. Initially, she takes him for a fraud but as the interview proceeds, she realizes that he has a deep knowledge of medicine. Smitten by the charms of his looks and fascinated by his intriguing personality, she decides to probe into his past. Her investigation leads her to that era of his life when he was a post-graduate student of medicine. Right at the time when he was about to propose to his lady-love, his life turns upside down and he finds himself accused of the murder of a fellow student. The story unfolds as Gayatri seeks answers to the questions that keep reverberating in her mind. What has made the boy who has a heart of gold, commit a crime as heinous as murder? Is he really guilty or was he trapped? A story of indomitable courage, selfless love and ardent friendship will reaffirm your faith in the power of hope.

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2523 KB
  • Print Length: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Saga Publishers (2 July 2018)
  • Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
  • Language: English
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About The Author

Jisha Rajesh is a doctor by profession and a writer by passion. Along with having a Postgraduate Degree in Medicine she has done a Diploma in Creative Writing In English from IGNOU. She is a winner of various Inter-collegiate literary competitions. She dreams of spreading the message of compassion, humanity and universal brotherhood through her stories.

1 review for The Ray Of Asha

  1. Jonica E


    Let me begin with the cover of the book; at the first glance, I thought that it is one of the medical guide books in market with attractive cover picture.Taking a closer look, I saw the handcuffs and that’s when I was more intrigued to read the summary; the summary made me turn page after page to find the answer to the mystery. Overall, for the cover, I would rate it 3.5/5
    To be honest, I was hooked up throughout the 300 pages. For the first time in my life I read the author’s note; to be honest, it touched my heart and throughout the novel I felt a connection and I felt the narrator to be the author. As I am an author too, I could totally relate to the note; kudos to the author for successfully stepping into the world of words.
    Beginning with the quality of the content, I would rate it 4.2/5; simple narration and smooth flow of words made the novel more interesting.
    The author actually has power over words and I actually visualized every scene.
    For the plot, I would rate 4/5; the way the events were intertwined and the way it eventually was unwrapped to give answers to the mystery was amazing. The plot reflected sheer originality and the emotions were in adequate amount (not very less; not overflowing too).
    The genre was beautifully crafted with a blend of emotions and mystery; a simple start with an unexpected end is the one-line review.
    Summarising my views, the novel has the following pros and cons.
    Intriguing narration.
    The depth of characters is clearly elucidated.
    Simple English.
    Beautiful dialogues that actually will stay in my mind for days to come.
    There were lags in very few places; this can be avoided by author in the future works.
    Overall, a good read; I would recommend to students.
    Reviewed by
    Jonica E
    Author of Withering Summer, The uncut broken wings.

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