Intriguing and gripping….The author delineates and touches the emo- tions of fear and anxiety perfectly. If you’re looking to read a serious novel, which not only solves a mystery, but also takes you through the lanes of the sub-continent, Skyfire is for you.
-THE HINDUSTAN TIMES
Combining elements of climate change, weaponisation of weather and social issues, Aroon Raman’s latest book is a page turner! THE HINDU METROPLUS
An especially praiseworthy aspect of Aroon Raman’s third novel, Skyfire, is that it brings the global issue of weather distrurbances to the very centre of national and international politics. The handling of the issues and their presentation keeps the reader hooked….An engaging and thought-provok- ing work.
India’s Robert Ludlum (or Dan Brown, if you will!) presents his new book, Skyfire. The main characters of The Shadow Throne join hands again to save the nation, and the world. Since I have not read Aroon Raman’s previous books, I dived into this one with a sense of expectancy for the unknown. And an enjoyable satisfying dive it was! Raman is a master storyteller who grips the reader from page one.
May 2012. India is hit by a series of freak weather disturbances and startling epidemics that threaten to bring the country to its knees. At the same time, children are vanishing from the slums of the capital and nobody seems to care.