The Tweak

Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
When the District Collector, Mr. Jacob, shoots himself dead, the only witness is Negi Ji, the caretaker. The last seven words of Mr. Jacob that Negi Ji hears, hold the key to changing his life but only if he plays his game right.

Yet another secret lies buried in Negi Ji’s chest – he’s been wronged by the only person he ever loved!

From the world, he wants his life back; from her, he wants hers. More
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About Shafali Anand

Shafali Anand lives in Noida, a suburb of New Delhi. After studying mechanical engineering, she spent a few years in a steel plant before losing herself to more creative pursuits. She currently works as an Instructional Design Specialist and loves to create training programs and eLearning courses.

When she can steal time from her work and isn't weaving stories, she steps in front of her easel and paints the visuals that emanate from her feelings. Oil as a medium fascinates her as it extends the flow of her thoughts. Her larger oil works can best be classified as figurative expressionism.

She also loves dogs, cats, squirrels, sparrows, lizards, snails, caterpillars, trees, plants, mushrooms, and algae. However, she tries her best to stay away from bacteria and viruses.


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Gaurav Monga reviewed on Aug. 23, 2020

A short fiction thriller book which makes fantastic connections to bring in the true essence of human nature. A definite read and a must have in your thriller collection of books.
Awaiting more.
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Akanksha Sharma reviewed on Aug. 9, 2020

it's an amazing book by Author Shafali Anand. Short and full of thrill.
A must-read for those who love fiction.
Keep writing!!
All the Best
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Lydia reviewed on July 30, 2020

What a wonderful book! Shafali truly brings her characters to life, and makes you feel as if you're a fly on the wall watching everything unfold. Just when you think you have it figured out, another wrench is thrown in to leave you guessing. I had to read to the end all in one sitting; it's a fantastic story!
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grvshlpjn reviewed on July 25, 2020

The book is a pleasant surprise!
A short story which opens up to many surprises and ends in a very unexpected way
Great writing style and a fun read. Could not put it down before completing it. A good short read.
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Bob Andrews reviewed on July 17, 2020

What a fantastic story with an amazing twist. If it drew inspiration from real events then it must have made big news on media. Never expected that the protagonist could reclaim his life in such a way. Superb plot and brilliantly written. I wish there were more stories from the author.
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