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Book Review: Katil Nurse by Subhash Kumar

Subhash Kumar hails from a rural background but the way he writes stories of love and infatuation is not only groundbreaking but also heart-wrenching. He introduces the readers with the actual realism of love that grapples the life of millions of youth.

After two successful books consecutively, his latest novel ‘Katil Nurse’ is an astounding work of literature that mixes reality with the subtle hint of imagination.

The book looks like spiraling from real life experiences, but the author denies all the allegations. Well, in this novel, the story takes place between the girl named Nandu and Subhash, the narrator is working in Maharashtra but he belong to Madhya Pradesh. Nandu is a nurse in a private hospital. She is looking for a groom desperately.

When they come across, automatically a love affair takes birth. However, the narrator doesn’t know that the girl with whom he is planning to get married and deep in love is not only fake but also maneuvering. Nandu is a clever girl. Later it comes out that she uses boys for her selfishness. She makes the narrator fall in love with her but after one year she distances herself from him. Why? The reason is that she gets a good job in a public hospital. There could be more reasons, for that you need to pick up the book.

More than their subtle love story, it is the chemistry that they share with each other. While they talk and meet, the story highlights the mechanism of marriages – how they are decided and on what parameters? The novel digs at the underneath factors that a girl or boy looks before marriage. Anyway, the novel is contemporary and written in lucid language, thus posing no hurdles for readers.

The book studies the feeling called love. It doesn’t remain same for everyone, it is likely to change with status, or change in city or mood and much more. The title of the novel is suspenseful…why? That’s the real story inside, wait not get your copy from Amazon or Kindle.

The narrator after one time plunges into depression due to love factor. So, the question is, whether he is able to rise like phoenix or succumb to his gloomy mood swings. It is a powerful novel with some great messages for all of us. Mind you, not all love stories are same.

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