Somehow I Missed It
Cosy Mystery novel by Poorvajaa Pooja Sharma
The slow pace with minute details of the novel, original quotes reflecting the human condition will classify it as a Historical Literary genre.
A true incident in Oman influences this crime fiction
It is a scary paranormal incident that happened in Oman
Author signed limited edition is available
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Dr. Ashish K. Sharma (Arthroscopic & Joint Replacement Surgeon, Jaipur)
Philosophy and crime? I never thought these two might come together. But the way teaser and intro is narrated, I am sure the novel is going to be interesting.
Dr Anita Sharma (Professor & head of Artificial fertility, Obstetrics, and Gynecology. SMS MEDICAL COLLEGE, JAIPUR)
My curiosity is increased after watching the teaser. The mystery of crime seems to be engaging. I am so eager to get it released.
Jaya Govindrajan (born 1933, BSc, American College Madurai 1952)
I find it very interesting. The style and command of language are good. Bold venture to write a crime novel and publish it. I wish you all the best.
Dr Pramila Sanjay (Hon' Advisor SIDART)
This is an amazing expression Pooja... Only you could do it... It is mesmerizing to read through. Best wishes from yours'ever Pramila didi
Hina Vasnani (Counselling Psychologist, Art Therapist, Psychotherapist, Relationship Coach)
Content and drafting are amazing. Though I do have a suggestion, next time try writing as a third person as well. A mixture of first-person and third-person builds content beautifully.
Anjali Rajguru (Pune)
Pooja heart-wrenching account of events, I would say you are the chosen one. I admire your patience, grit, and self-respect. Blessings and love!
Juhi Mittal (ex-telecom domain consultant at Infosys)
I went through the teaser and chapter briefs. All the chapters start in a way that captures the mind into the mystery. I like the pictures for each chapter. Sketches in pencil draw us deeper into the scene. The vocabulary is neither too jazzy nor too simple so it brings out the writer as a professional. I also like the setting to be in a foreign country, as it adds an exotic appeal. Wishing you all the best!
Kamlesh Kumar (Advocate, Supreme Court of India)
I read the two chapters and loved the way narration was done. Very organized writing with amazing quotes. Can’t wait to read the remaining chapters!!
Poetess..Purnima Chhabra Jain
I read the first two chapters. Your writing style is organized and quotes are so mesmerizing. Anxiously waiting for the book launch.
Pramod Agarwal (Founder Director at Just Gold Platinngs Pvt Ltd)
Finished reading it today. Expressions, events, surroundings, feelings are beautifully written and elaborated....but elaboration has slowed the pace ....maybe that's how it should be ( I don't have much idea). Good work...keep going!!
Ankur Kumar, Advocate Supreme Court of India
This is a scholastic work, professionals from all fields will get benefited from this book. It is highly recommended for all people to read this book.
Chandra Shekhar Singh, Advocate Patna High Court
So it's a story about a single working woman in a foreign world and how she manages her fear, anxiety and most importantly herself. The author has narrated the life of the lead character so beautifully that it appears like a mirror for readers who ever lived a single life irrespective of gender. I wish best for upcoming chapters and eagerly waiting for it.
Prabal tandon (Book reviewer)
The book moves tremendously smooth and fast in its track. The narration technique is used in a way that the major revelations hit you at the beginning itself and then slowly unravels the rest of the pieces and it is done so effectively that you won’t find the interest dropping till the very end. Overall after a complete reading of two free chapters. Its a interesting and 4 stars read for me.
Milind koulgikar, General manager , Testing, _VOIS
Both the chapters are interesting, command over the language is awesome, the writing style is very professional. I always like books that build the story and generate curiosity to read more, this book is one of them. Eagerly waiting for the book launch.
Diwakar Menon , Head of QA Practice, Trigent Software
Read it. Very organized writing. Not very metaphorical, and more direct. My personal liking is for things to move forward constantly. Good luck with the remaining chapters.
Lavi sharma, Manager-Project Services Manager, Technology & Innovation at Rio Tinto
Good one. I read last night, it was so free flowing as if some body narrating or telling story in front of you. I am sure you will do good here as well. God bless.
Dipali Kamble, Senior consultant, Netwroks
I read the chapters at a stretch. Very nice and engaging narration style. Also, I liked the motivational quotes very much. Looking forward to the publishing of the book. All the very best!
Sangeeta Bombaywala (Business woman)
Very detailed picture of your routine. Felt like I was living those moments. Meditating in the early morning, recognizing our inner consciousness in union with Supreme Soul gives us the inner strength to face whatever comes our way. Our intuition gets blessed. We become aware of our sorroundings.Very well experienced.
Murari Lal Gupta (Founder softworld india pvt. ltd.)
I liked the chapters. It seems to be an interesting read! Hope you complete it soon!
Kanika Srivastava, Test Analyst, Fidelity International
It is damn damn interesting book. I have read two chapters by now and it hooked me so well that I did it in one go.I am thrilling. Excited to read the remaining asap. Well written!
Madhuri Gurjar, Author , Indian guidebook: Pre and postnatal care in the USA: Tales of an Indian granny
Read both chapters. The 1st chapter has a tinge of a suspense thriller. So it helps to increase your curiosity. But the 2nd chapter looks like a personal diary sometimes, but of course, the details are interesting. Her language is lucid, picturesque, descriptive but still simple. She paints the Omani atmosphere in the corporate world aptly.
Adv. Prateek Tomar, Student of Masters in Law
It is always nice to read something very meaningful and moving. It feels so real like I can imagine it happening. The best part is the essence of life, how those small things we never seem to notice but play an important part in everybody's day-to-day life. If anybody believes in instincts then you should give it a read. It's simply amazing. The author has done a stupendous job here.
Savita Tiwari ( CA, Ex Banker & Financial Analyst, USA)
Great flow of thoughts & narrative! I got scared with the opening psychosis, you captured it so so well. When will the novel be published? Thanks, Pooja for sharing the excerpts. Loved your work!
Dr. Shri Gopal Kabra, Writer of more than 25 fiction books, MBBS MS (Anatomy), MS (Surgery) Gold Medalist , LLB
Your writing style is clear and lucid. I notice the short sentence usage making the storyline understandable. You are able to paint the picture in readers mind. I'm happy, keep writing
Neelu Jain, Joint Director , DoIT , Government of Rajasthan
Read your penned creation. I could sense each and every nerve movement at every emotional change experienced through the words in simple and lucid language. We are able to experience the Omani weather and environment, making us feel the world smaller and accessible place. So beautiful and so descriptive! Excellent and good going Pooja. Stay blessed always and looking forward to more reads soon .. .. Keep writing ....and touching souls
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