The Dance Towards Death

The Brotherhood Chronicle

Fiction - Thriller - Conspiracy
356 Pages
Reviewed on 07/25/2021
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Author Biography

Tejas Desai is the author of the bestselling international crime trilogy The Brotherhood Chronicle (2018-2020) and the acclaimed Good Americans (2013) which Kirkus Reviews called "a solid collection of rare caliber" that "speaks volumes about the human condition and modern life in America." He is the founder of The New Wei literary movement and has been profiled by numerous publications including HuffPost, Buzzfeed, ThriveGlobal, and The London Post. He was born, lives and writes in New York City, where he works as a supervising librarian for Queens Public Library. An international adventurer, foodie and frequent social media blogger, you can learn more about him at and follow his thoughts and international adventures on his primary social media page:

    Book Review

Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

The Dance Towards Death: The Brotherhood Chronicle is a work of fiction in the thriller, crime, and suspense subgenres, and was penned by author Tejas Desai. Written for the mature adult reading audience, the work contains some explicit language, graphic violence, and sexual situations, and is the third installment in the series. In this volume, we find ourselves once again following the exploits of private investigator Niral Solanke as a swirling maelstrom of international crimes brings international influences to a tense peak filled with conflict. A big deal in Long Island sets the stage for more crime and conspiracy, leading to a startling conclusion that readers won’t see coming.

Author Tejas Desai presents modern crime thriller fiction in the most compelling of ways, delivering the kind of action blockbuster we can only dream of in a more enlightened movie industry in the future. I was thoroughly impressed with the many intricacies of the plot and how the narration lends itself to gently reminding readers of those strands until they all coincide and weave into the main plot. The surrounding atmosphere and character work really direct your attention to the right place at the right time for the best impact. The dialogue too was an enormous bonus, with its suave build-up of suspense and easily differentiated characters and personalities, and so many socio-cultural ideas and values blending seamlessly into the plot as a result. Overall, I would highly recommend The Dance Towards Death for readers who enjoy deeply considered and socially aware plotting, realistic thriller characters, and high stakes tension in every chapter.