Nishanth Anchan KN

Biography

I'm a fat guy with a fat mind and a large appetite for reading books and gaming.

I've been writing since I was 12. I love to write horror stories. My works are influenced by mainly two authors- Darren Shan(author of 'Cirque Du Freak' series) and R.L Stine(author of 'Goosebumps' series)

I tend to use lot of gory scenes, monsters and ruthless killers in my stories (I just can't help it)

I'm 16 right now(nearly 17) and am still under the chain called education. But no worries, I still find time to write stuff.

Where to find Nishanth Anchan KN online

Twitter: Nishuthehitman

Books

The Monster Gangsters
By Nishanth Anchan KN
Price: Free! Words: 4,320. Language: English. Published: May 26, 2013. Category: Fiction
(4.00 from 1 review)
Thievery is hard. And it is harder when there are people around who snatch your loot as if it was their own. Nate and Jaz lead such a life, but little do they know about what's in store when a new gang takes over their hood- 'The Kreechas' - There's more to them than just their weird names and tattooes. A short story.

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Smashwords book reviews by Nishanth Anchan KN

  • READ in 19 Minutes on June 03, 2013
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    A cool fast-paced sci-fi short story. Narrated in first person by a mind traveller (a guy who can READ THE THOUGHTS and RELIVE THE MEMORIES of people who he meets) The plot seems pretty ordinary, but the focal point of this short story lies in (I think) the way mind travelling works. A very fascinating idea (Though It's also used in one of the books in the famous 'Gifted' Series) So...this guy has 19 mins to read the mind of a particular person and get a code which could help him save his girlfriend. Simple. The way the author portrays the emotions of the protagonist is good, but you could find it irritating sometimes when you find paragraph after paragraph on his fear. And there are minor grammatical errors, well, they can be ignored. But sometimes, the author tends to use jargon terms to explain how some gadgets work, and it's hard to grasp for anyone who isn't into computers or similar stuff. I expect the author to use less jargons in future (That's a request) The ending was totally unexpected. And I guess the author needs to improve in writing a scene with a conversation between two non-protagonist characters. And it ends with a promise of a sequel(waiting for it)