Book Review | Rhythm Roger: The Secrets of Electon | Himanshu Rai


Heinrich Rudolf Hertz invented a unit of frequency and discovered electromagnetic waves, but virtually, he created a world of electromagnetic waves.
The Virtual world, which is always around humans but cannot be seen or felt, is the world of unknown powers, known as Electon. “World is not only what we see.” Rhythm has entered Electon, now it’s your turn to take your path to know about the secrets of the Electon World.


Looking at the attractive cover while picking this book I had low expectations. Not completely my fault though, Indian authors and science fiction is the rare combination, but I love when my prediction about the book goes terribly wrong especially when it turns out to be a good book.

“Rhythm Roger: The Secrets Of Electon” is a sci-fi book. Intelligent and imaginary in its approach but contemporary in its setting with all invariably bad guys, there’s destruction and the world must be saved! Surprisingly here all these happen in the virtual world, of unknown powers known as “Electon”. Genius! All these is sensorially overloaded with mysterious, darker forces, physicist, tools, technologies, crown prince, queen, throne and what not. And it’s all worth it. It creates the perfect illusion in the mind of reader and also simultaneously keeping it subtly real to be believable.

The matured writing and impactful twist and turns clearly depicts it’s written be some experienced author and the charm has only increase. The complain I have with the book that it lacks the “moving emotional intelligence”. But the creativity perfectly made up for that (graphics also add cherry point).

Ratings :- 3.5/5

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