December 3, 2022


Young Blood


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Title:- Young Blood
Author:- Chandrima Das
Publisher:-HarperCollins India 
Release Date:-1 November2021
Language:- English
Genere:- Horror


Bored roommates use a planchette to contact a legendary ghost that haunts Pune University. Will she answer?

Is the abandoned Khairatabad Science College in Hyderabad really haunted? A gang of students break inside to investigate.

Nirav and Pavi love each other . . . most of the time. Will exploring a forbidden place inside IIT Kharagpur bring them closer?

From strange sightings to urban legends, from haunted buildings to not-so-friendly ghosts, colleges in India have their fair share of spine-tingling tales, be it Kasturba Medical College in Manipal, St. Bede’s College in Shimla or Delhi University. Young Blood is a collection of ten tales that reimagine college urban legends and true first-person accounts, that promises to terrify even die-hard fans of horror.


10 days 10 stories. A thrilling horror story full of suspense like a sigh on the one hand and a story from which one can learn a lesson which teaches us that we should never accept any fact that is a folk tale if it is related to ghosts. We should believe it with our own knowledge and wisdom and also teach that injustice should never be tolerated face to face, but should be protested in the right way. And these two aspects are presented in a very beautiful way Chandrima Das wrote this through this book. What a wonderful writing. At first glance it would seem that yes these incidents which we are hearing are true but at the last moment it has been explained with logic and teaching that do not believe in folklore. Realize the truth by believing in yourself. The most beautiful book I’ve ever read. I hope the author will give us more such thrilling ghost and beautiful educational story later. 

“Young Blood” is a novel assortment of stories that sits in the class of repulsiveness yet isn’t restricted to audio effects and other commonplace marks of a horror tale. Every one of the accounts quietly moves toward the crescendo that is the peak and the spine-chilling piece of the story. The tales are engaging because possibly we have been a piece of a portion of the organizations or have visited a spot to hear tormented tales about adjacent spots. While the book centers around 10 stories and areas, the attention on subtleties is basic and the author nails Satan of the subtleties impeccably. One more fascinating part of the assortment is that they are spread topographically, consequently giving an expanding appeal. Furthermore, a story was from IIT Kharagpur, and being a student of this organization, and getting a horror point-of-view of the grounds was astonishing to read.

These stories are set on various famous Indian educational institutes. Every one of the stories depends on well-known campus horror stories, strange notions, and nearby legends. However, rather than introducing the legends with no guarantees, the author has involved them as bases and added different components like the social message, provincial culture, history, and so forth to weave new accounts of her own. Aside from these accounts being repulsiveness, they likewise shed light on different issues students face nowadays including peer pressure, suicidal propensity, sorrow, eve-prodding, abusive relations, and so forth. The tales contrast from one another tremendously as far as setting, characters, fundamental nature of the person, connections even the abhorrent soul or phantoms of the accounts.

A few stories were great and others came up short on the oomph factor. I felt like the tales might have been longer now and again and some might have been more frightening. The author has done a great deal of examination to write the stories which are shown in the subtleties in the narrating. In collections, the authors track down herself/himself confined by the more modest length per story, and this makes it undeniably challenging to make the air of fear and strain expected to keep the reader snared. Chandrima Das has dominated in dealing with this thing capably by utilizing chilling language. I recommend this book to every lover of horror fiction, especially the Indian readers who are wanting to spend their weekend cuddled in their blanket with a book!

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