I Will Go With You – The Final Call by Priya Kumar | Book Review
Summary:What happens when a pilot entrusted with the lives of hundreds of passengers loses his mind and decides that "life is not worth it" and chooses to end his life, taking all the passengers and crew with him?
The 300 passengers boarding the flight SL502 from Dubai to New York believe like the rest of us, that flying is the safest mode of travel. They haven't the faintest clue that the pilot in the drivers seat has decided to end his life mid-air by committing suicide. Well not every passenger is unaware of impending danger. There is in the flight an astrologer humouring his fellow passengers with some predictions when he realizes that there is something deadly in common with all these predictions..
Come aboard a suspense filled drama of life and death woven by master storyteller Priya Kumar as she takes you on a ride that you will never forget.
Release date:June 3rd, 2019
No. of Pages:Paperback, 231 Pages
The story revolves around an ex airforce officer Captain Robert. He is the pilot of the flight SL 502 travelling from Dubai to New York where he wants take his life by consuming poison in the airbus while air bound. The story gripped me from the first page and did not let go until the very last, with thrills that kept me hooked.
The title is appropriate for the plot and creates a curiousity about the book.
The book is an intriguing read with a unique plot and an appealing storyline. The cast of characters are well developed and the story line, thrilling as it is, never seems to stop. They rise up from the pages as the reader is drawn into their thoughts and emotions. The language and pace are very understandable, simple and easy to follow. The narrative is very interesting which does not let you keep the book down until you complete it.