Who could ever resist the urge to indulge themselves in a fast-paced thriller that intricately weaves technology and mysticism into an unpredictable plotline with a grand finale. Notion Press, India’s leading self-publishing platform, presents Operation Kamatchi, an intricate, electrifying narrative with mystery, thrill, action, and mind-boggling conspiracies to create a brilliant, fast-paced thriller that will catch you by surprise at every turn.
When giant-sized Orangutans and Alligators pop up in Chennai’s public places, calamity and chaos engulf. With several killed and others terrorized, fear and panic spread to temple towns and across India. A rattled country wondered if it was magic, supernatural powers, or something else unknown to humanity.
Kamatchi, the innocent wife of a south Indian temple priest gets into the crossfire between antagonistic individuals and goes missing. Her fate is unknown.
Two unrelated young women, in search of their respective single parent, are drawn into these mysterious events. The story takes its course through multiple countries and international forces get involved. Are the events related?
Soon a mighty battle ensues as forces created by humanoid science & advanced drone technology are pitted against mystic forces. What is the battle for and who will win? Will truth triumph?
Written by five principal authors in a collective authoring initiative, this book is truly the first of its kind!
IVJ Pradeep is deeply passionate about storytelling, screenplay writing, and filmmaking and has been an ardent student of cinema from his teens and galvanized the concept behind the story, besides co-authoring the novel. He is a retired senior professional from Telecom industry and holds a Masters’ degree in English literature.
Ravi Sarvepalli is a senior IT professional, holding a doctorate degree in CS. The distinctive concept of this book, compounded with his deep passion for the English language inspired him to co-author this unique genre of a novel. He has rich experience in authoring documents on technology-related topics.
Aparna Gattupalli is a postgraduate majoring in ‘Ancient Indian History, Culture, and Archaeology’. She loves to narrate stories of ancient lore. Following a brief high school teaching stint, she took to writing and successfully published her first book The River, the eagle and the brave boys: Mythological stories retold
Aditya Karthic Inapurapu is a management professional and a student of cinema. Stories fascinate him as a powerful medium to inspire and entertain. He is passionate about the intricacies of human behavior and how they shape the direction of stories. Herein, he shares his perspectives through the power of his pen.
Srijata Ray Inapurapu is a digital marketeer and a professional illustrator. She is a trained classical dancer and a bibliophile at heart. A keen interest in the human psyche enabled her to develop the characters in this novel. Besides co-authoring the book, she breathed life into it with her lively illustrations.