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book Review – Storm – Gurpreet Kaur Sidhu

Storm by Gurpreet Kaur Sidhu

Published: July 24

Swathi’s Rating: 4/5

Verdict: A fresh suspense that compels you to turn pages, on this story-driven, Mystery Thriller.

Hey lovelies!

I’m so excited to share this exciting review with you all. Thanks to Netgalley Connect for this Reader copy.

Here is the plot:

The first in a series, Storm is a twists-and-turns thriller driven by compelling characters challenged by dangerous forces, both external, internal, and eternal.

Evan Storm had been confronted by his past (an unpleasant one at that) in his dreams, and now in his waking life. He is struggling to reconcile the evil that lurks in his soul. Shadow Hex is his new neighbor, who also fears a dangerous past – her former fiancé who works for the Secret Eye Agency (which is as shadowy and sinister as it sounds). Does Shadow hold the key to Evan’s redemption? Is redemption even possible?

A little something about the Author:

Born and raised in California, Gurpreet Kaur Sidhu always had an insatiable appetite for reading and writing. She would often be reprimanded for working on literary ventures when she should have been paying attention to teachers. In addition to being a highly accomplished writer, Sidhu is a passionate businesswoman, holding a bachelor’s degree in Business Management and running a women’s clothing company with her younger sister.


This book maintains a dark and gritty atmosphere whilst covering some rather disturbing subjects. A well written addictive novel that will probably stick into your head long after putting it down. I can see it commercially scoring the charts, as it has all the elements for success!

This author shows a lot of potential in her writing, as well as the story telling, especially when she makes sure there’s a sequel coming right up for her audience! Way to go Sidhu. I’ve always loved and enjoyed debutant works, as they’re fresh ideas and the style is still innocent.

I’d definitely recommend this ‘nice’ book to a friend, and thank you Publisher for this opportunity to read the book in advance, in exchange of my honest, unbiased review. All opinions are my own.

Happy reading. XoXo!

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