Blood Red Sari

Blood Red Sari Review

Blood Red Sari is India's first all-women action thriller series that all but replaces estrogen with adrenalin.

Missing social activist Lalima has picked four women to carryout the task she was unable to finish…
              Sheila, the owner of an all-women's gym in Kolkata
              Nachiketa, an attorney in Delhi who is suing her in-laws
                  for the violent abuse that left her wheelchair-bound for life
              Malayali, a private investigator
         and lastly Anita, whose own brothers are out to get her.

         Lalima's adversaries use influence and hired killers to track down all those who have been sent incriminating evidence against them, forcing Sheila, Nachiketa, and Anita to battle for survival even as they race against time to understand the import of the documents they have received.
         Spanning the murky underbelly of the country's metropolises and the international human trafficking mafia, Blood Red Sari is a pulse-pounding action thriller with a feminist punch.

        Long before he became India's favorite epic storyteller, he was the author of the first Indian crime novels in English. With Blood Red Sari, Ashok reinvents the action thriller in a new global all-female avatar.

Title:Blood Red Sari
Edition Language:English

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    Blood Red Sari Reviews

  • Reshmi Pillai

    I am unworthy of writing this review for, Ashok Banker is a talent that is an institution. He packs the right ingredients, in the right measure to deliver a super word-ride. The book is racy and saucy...

  • Ruchika

    The narrative was stilted and extremely boring. The author tries too hard to make his characters strong women and fails miserably simply because he is trying too hard. Somehow, the author is under the...

  • Agnivo Niyogi

    There is not a wingle moment in the book when you would want to put it down. A pacy thriller spanning Kerala, Delhi and Kolkata simultaneously, the plot is gruesomely awesome. Hats off to Ashok Banker...

  • Sameera Kamulkar

    After a very long time, a 'cant put it down' thriller. Cant wait to read the other parts. I recommend. ...

  • Sundarraj Kaushik

    The story that the author tells is about three ladies who (one later comes to know that there is a fourth lady who is alluded to, but never introduced in the book) receive similar packages from a lady...

  • Adite

    Ashok Banker is one of the best selling authors in India and I so wanted to love this book particularly as it has been touted as a thriller with a feminist punch. It turned out to be a huge disappoint...

  •  Shirin

    You can find this review on The Opinions Of A BookaholicThis book just dragged and dragged and dragged.It was the most boring book I’ve read this year. You know a book’s bad when you wish it woul...

  • Kaajal Shrma

    started off at a slow pace but gained momentum nd a lot of speed gradually....the action towards the end of it is breathtaking or rather dz nt give u time to even breathe.....special mention to the de...

  • Pratibha (Prats)

    I had forgotten about this series until this year I happen to see this book again. And now that am reading the whole set of 4 books ,I realise the first one is brilliant in setting the context and the...

  • Sitharaam Jayakumar

    When I was searching for books to read in the library last week, I happened to come across this book with the title 'Blood Red Sari' written by Ashok Banker. The name Ashok Banker sounded vaguely fami...