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When people commit a crime, they rarely consider the consequences of their actions or how other peoples’ lives might be affected. So if they refuse to think of others and never take responsibility for what happens, what will be the outcome when they are forced to live the lives of their victims? This is what happens in Dark Karma, an original crime story, with brilliant references to psychology and both eastern and western philosophy.
Through a dark-toned account of some people deeds, provided within a brilliant thrilling action, the cycle of cause and effect gets explored and put into a complex storyline. It is surprising how the two elements of crime fiction and ancient philosophy coexist in this book in such a natural way, leaving the readers with an important message: one must always be aware of his/her own choices and behaviours, since every single action has the power to affect the future.
Dark Karma contains different stories, each one of them melts to the other, just like the protagonists’ lives melt to each other. The reader is led through a gripping and emotional journey of self discovery and forgiveness that will leave him/her thrilled as reflective.