03 October, 2017

Jason Cage by Akay Brothers - [Book Review]

Book Details: 

Book Title: Jason Cage
Author: Akay Brothers
Genre: thriller, mystery, Suspense, Supernatural
Length of the book: 302 pages
Source: A free e-review copy from the author


A 3500 Years Old Prophecy.
 A Man From Nowhere.

And The Girl He Loved.

Jason Cage is a man you don't want to meet ever. You will not look at him twice, if you see him on the streets. But you do not want to be in his dreams. Because if you are then you are either dead or about to suffer a horrible end that nobody will ever know. Blacked out from TV, radio, and Newspapers. Only be uttered in hushed voices.

Jason is hiding away from the rest of the world, in a monastery where his dreams can hurt no one. Because his nightmares are not just his imagination, but actual events. 
But when his worst nightmare knocked on his door, he could no longer stay in the shadows. Lisa - the girl he once loved and still loves, is about to be murdered on the 6th day. With no money, no contacts and no idea where the murder is about to happen, he turns back to his dreams to seek help. 

Little did he know that to save Lisa, he has to battle against a 3500-Year-old prophecy that will pit him against the devil itself.

Unknown to Jason, he is not the only one chasing his nightmares. Dr. Drishti Bhargava, from Indian secret service (RAW), has tasked his best agent Axel to find Jason and bring him in at any cost. Reason - Jason holds the key to stop the storm that is frantically coming together to destroy various countries and possibly the whole mankind.

A journey that traverses through three continents. A journey that connects Jason's past with mankind's present and threatens its future. A journey that will only stop with the annihilation of the humanity.

My Review:

This is the story of Jason, who is trying to unravel secrets behind his nightmares. He knows that his dreams will be true if not at present, but in future. So, he is afraid when he dreams about a problem to his lifeline Lisa, a girl whom he loved once. 

The story introduces many bits of stories and some in different timelines as well. The problem is that reader cannot connect all the dots even when the book is at 90%. This story has a lot of mystery elements and suspense but I didn't get a satisfactory feeling at the end as there are many unanswered questions. I know this is the first part of the 'Jaso Cage' series but the book doesn't leave you with a feeling of completion. The author focused on keeping reader's attention to read the next books of the series. 

The narration is good and mystery elements are interesting. But, there are too many pieces of the story that need to be connected. The cover of the book and title are very apt. We don't get to know much about characterization but only some layers about Jason, Lisa and Bill. I liked the part where details about the Egyptian pyramids and their architecture are written. 

Overall, I recommend this to mystery/ suspense lovers but only to those who are interested in reading the complete series of Jason Cage books. 

PS: I have received this book from the author and this is my honest opinion on the book.

My Rating: 3.5/5

Purchase Link: Amazon

About the Author:

Akay Brothers are the authors of The Jason Cage Series. They prefer penning stories in the genre of mysteries and thrillers. Their approach to writing is to hit deep, keep you entertained, and leave you wanting MORE with every turn of the page. Their simple philosophy is to create universes and worlds and put characters in those worlds and allow them to over-achieve and over-deliver in trying conditions. The bottom line it to get your heart pumping and veins throbbing with excitement and suspense.Belonging to the generation of the Millenials, they call themselves the world citizens due to their constant travelling that have shaped their way of thinking and writing. 

FREE STUFF: For a FREE copy of the Classified Level 7 Background Assessment of Jason Cage by the RAW (Indian Secret Services) and the first five chapters of their first book, visit their website: www.akaybrothers.com.

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