Sep 28, 2013

The naked face by Sidney Sheldon- a review

Saurabh Chawla |

naked face by sidney sheldon
The Naked Face by Sidney Sheldon

Author: Sidney Sheldon

Publisher: Harper Collins

Number of pages: 278

My verdict:
As a die hard fan of suspense/thriller genre, this book by the master storyteller himself kept me hooked till the end. Sidney Sheldon has a god gift of weaving the story in a perfect way. The twists and turns he introduces make it a spine chilling experience for the readers. One cannot put the book down till he/she has  begun reading it. In this book, Judd Stevens as a psychoanalyst has been portrayed in a perfect manner. The twists and turns after every chapter make this a definite read. Sidney Sheldon involves many characters in his story and makes sure that each one of them is taken care of well.

Will he be able to win the fight? He has many obstacles to cover. The cops suspect him of the crime he didn’t commit. Will he be able to survive? Read the book to find out.

My Rating:
This book was first published in Great Britain in the year 1971. As per the story line and the concept, Sidney Sheldon knows how to charm his readers. My rating for this book out of 5 is 4. It’s a must read if you like the suspense/thriller genre.

My Rating: 4/5


  1. Sheldon sure has the god's gift :) I read this eons back hence frgot the story line. Felt refreshing to read the review :)!

    1. Thanks Afshan :) and yes he does write great :)


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