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Reviewed by Deborah Lloyd for Readers' Favorite
Kannada Khan had been homeless for several years after a lucrative career as an investment banker. His fortunes changed when he saved the life of Robert Prosperi, a real estate developer and hedge fund manager. Initially, Rob simply wanted to repay Kannada for his kind deed. But, the two of them developed a plan which could result in millions of dollars. Kannada wanted to be successful again. Rob wanted to get even with his nemesis, David Lemon, the head of the New York Stock Exchange. Rob and Kannada forged a complex financial heist and recruited a diverse group of people with special skills to carry out the scheme. This included a gorgeous “companion” named Zara. When Kannada lost his job, his engagement to Amara ended; Zara provided a tantalizing alternative. The Bull Option, written by Sameer Garach, is a thrilling adventure - a masterful plan to steal money from David Lemon during a large Initial Public Offering in the NYSE.
This book is written in a fast-paced style. Although there are many people involved in the plot, each one is aptly described and easy to imagine. Each character has distinguishing aspects, such as the computer hacker who eats Cheetos constantly. While the main plot is the unfolding financial heist, and whether or not it will succeed, the love relationships in Kannada’s life add another suspense element to the story. This book is a page-turner, and the reader is engaged from the first page to the last. Author Sameer Garach has crafted a captivating and realistic story in The Bull Option. It is a thrilling read!