India’s first start-up of superheroes with a mission of saving lives is here to kick ass. Rasiq is riding the highs of life thanks to his successes as an investment banker. But his arrogance soon gets the better of him and he ends up losing everything he holds dear. Managing to salvage only his grit from the wreckage, Rasiq reboots his life and teams up with five uniquely talented superheroes to start a rescue venture DareDreamers. These superheroes Nick: a crazy inventor; Halka: an inhumanly strong man; Arjun: a champion shooter; Natasha: a Bollywood stunt-double; Dr. Vyom, a medical Sherlock Holmes; and, of course, Rasiq: the mastermind combine their unique talents to deliver spectacular rescue operations. Their skyrocketing success, however, comes at a price an enemy hell bent on tearing down their fame and reputation.Will DareDreamers defeat its wily adversary? Or will it become yet another failed start-up?
This book has it all..a boring job to a exciting start up story, love, drama, action and suspense. Frankly I picked up this book thinking it will be an Indian version of The Avengers/Justice league/X-Men, especially with names like Natasha and Halka but, I was pleasantly surprised to be proven wrong. The plot line is engaging and fast paced.Character development is good and the language is crisp and clear. Natasha was my favourite character and I liked how the author has portrayed her in the book. The action sequences are well written and make it very easy for us to picture them. Even though some of the incidents mentioned in the book seemed a little far fetched, they are no doubt entertaining to read. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to everyone.
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