‘Hope We Never Meet Again’ – A Racy Psycho-Thriller (Adult Fiction)

A great review of #HopeWeNeverMeetAgain from an amazing writer- Uma Devu.

Uma Devu

Minds are like flowers.
They only open when the time is right.

–Stephen Richards

‘Hope We Never Meet Again’ written by Srinath Krishnamoorthy is a Psycho-thriller adult fiction dealing with the mental plight of an ordinary guy hailed from a village in Palghat and working in the city of Bengaluru  –who loses his close friend in an incident that becomes the pulp of the story.

The novel begins with the notion of Indian Railways pathetic condition and the ‘un-shown’ wild and vigorous Indian sexual ideas that we are familiar but don’t dare to discuss even under our silent breathe. The author has dared to bring out the protagonist with all the positives and negatives of human nature and also explicitly explored the deep down emotions every character went through in every sense.


As the story goes on, Srinath has succeeded in proving his talent as a writer by engaging the…

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