The Disappearance of Tejas Sharma...and other hauntings
His other interests include travelling, wildlife and quizzing. He currently lives in Mumbai with wife Pratima and son Viaan. The words must create an aura of mystery, and should take the readers across into a world they fear, yet are addicted to. Yes, we all love horror stories, and a good scary piece can always be an addictive read.
The Disappearance of Tejas Sharma and Other Hauntings by Manish Mahajan - A Lot of Pages
Read on…. The design by CinnamonTeal Publishing is absolutely perfect, and fits right in sync with the theme of the anthology. Nightmares of this sort can be scary. The book comprises of twelve short stories, and is a quick read.
However, to feel the weight of the scenic words, I recommend slow reading. Get intimate with the images carved in each page, focus your thoughts towards it, and you can feel your heartbeats increasing.
- The Disappearance of Tejas Sharma... and Other Hauntings!
- The Disappearance of Tejas Sharma and Other Hauntings (Ghost Stories From India).
- See a Problem??
- Let's Be Social.
- Kathleen Kirkwood Collection #1: Romancing The Unexplained!
- Live Your Life: The Disappearance Of Tejas Sharma - Review.
Though the book promises to be a horror fest, not all stories are scary. However, the author scores high with the uniqueness of the plot.
Each tale has a different style of its own, and you will find various diverse elements in each of the stories. If we consider this book as an anthology of paranormal tales, that would be apt, rather than defining it in the narrow genre of horror.
In fact, the twists brought out in almost all the stories were unimaginably good, and all credit for that goes to Manish. Something meant to come out of the water. Even with the constraints of a short story, each tale is rich in details and these dozen stories cover all the time tested classical elements of supernatural fiction. From the story of the young man who inexplicably vanishes to the epic tale of the haunted Peepal tree in Rajasthan; from the true story of a ghost station in West Bengal to the medieval legend of the scary well on a remote island; from the mysterious tick and cross markings in a graveyard to the haunting music coming from a locked room… this collection of supernatural tales serves to be a perfect literary cocktail for night time reading.
Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , 70 pages. More Details Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Disappearance of Tejas Sharma Be the first to ask a question about The Disappearance of Tejas Sharma Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
The Disappearance of Tejas Sharma... and Other Hauntings by Manish Mahajan
Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. All Languages. More filters. Sort order. Rohit rated it did not like it Jun 17, Celmira rated it it was amazing Jan 14, Mihir Saran rated it it was amazing Jan 03, Gaurav rated it really liked it Dec 30, Naveen Jahagirdar rated it liked it Apr 19, Arkuscaesar rated it it was amazing Apr 11, Anushree Das rated it it was amazing May 18, Grace rated it did not like it Sep 14, Priyanka Gupta rated it it was ok Feb 26, Kannan Vasudevan rated it liked it Nov 18, Prateek Jha added it Jan 16, Erin Mary Coulter marked it as to-read Nov 15, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
About Manish Mahajan. Manish Mahajan.