The Seventh Cup

The Seventh Cup

Nitesh Kumar Jain / Jan 18, 2020

The Seventh Cup A student of history in Switzerland goes missing a man drinks exactly seven cups of coffee everyday in the same restaurant and believes in Mind Transportation Two newly married Swiss detective agents

  • Title: The Seventh Cup
  • Author: Nitesh Kumar Jain
  • ISBN: 9788182534483
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback
  • A student of history in Switzerland goes missing a man drinks exactly seven cups of coffee everyday in the same restaurant and believes in Mind Transportation Two newly married Swiss detective agents arrive and run into a girl who confidently picks up their bag claiming to be her own From the colorful coasts of Goa to serene backdrop of Switzerland, the mystery of VeronA student of history in Switzerland goes missing a man drinks exactly seven cups of coffee everyday in the same restaurant and believes in Mind Transportation Two newly married Swiss detective agents arrive and run into a girl who confidently picks up their bag claiming to be her own From the colorful coasts of Goa to serene backdrop of Switzerland, the mystery of Verona Schmidt baffles everyone and so does the fact that, she did not go missing at all And what does the Universal Law of Attraction has to do with it The Seventh Cup by Nitesh Kumar Jain is a well crafted mystery novel that contains just enough elements of a Shakesperean tragedy to make the reader sympathetic to the sociopath protagonist, Avinash, a drama student from Goa, India Enter Verona Schmidt, an unsuspecting Swiss exchange student, to upstage everyone in the college Dramatics Club and to become front and center in Avinash s peculiar frame of mind Over coffee at the local Nescafe, Avinash introduces Verona to the concept of Mind Transportation, which she perceives as nothing than a fun game she is playing with a young man who seems to be flirting with her The exchange student enjoys Avinash s company and co stars with him in his play put on by the Dramatics Club of their college She eventually allows herself despite her claim to having a so called boyfriend named Kevin to enjoy champaign and a kiss with Avinash Dismissing the romantic moment as a drunken mistake, Verona flees back to Switzerland with the obsessed Avinash in hot pursuit across the globe Will he succeed in uniting with her again or life takes a dangerous ride from there on

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      • Nitesh Kumar Jain

        Nitesh Kumar Jain 1987 spent his childhood days in the beautiful state of Assam in India and pursued his schooling at Carmel School, Jorhat Later he went to BITS Pilani, KK Birla Goa Campus He graduated as a Chemical Engineer in the year 2010 and worked as a trainee at Aditya Birla Chemicals inThailand for six months He did his post graduate work in Chemical and Bioengineering from ETH Zurich, Switzerland, and later worked as an intern at BASF AG, Basel During his two year stay in Switzerland, he conceptualized his debut novel, The Seventh Cup Currently he is in India working on a start up venture Apart from writing he loves photography and travelling to new countries to explore different cultures Nitesh has visited several countries during the past few years such as Thailand, Switzerland, Italy, Germany,France, Austria,The Netherlands He wish to visit Turkey, Australia and the Nordic countries in the coming years He believes in the saying by Paulo Coelho When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it


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    1. The Seventh Cup Review:2 detectives and a missing persons' case. Verona Smichdt, since 8 months, missing or absconding? A Swiss café, 7 cups of coffee each week and a memory game.An author enraptured by a beautiful lady. Who is she? Verona Smichdt? The book is a story within a story within a story. It can get very confusing very fast, if one reads it in a hurry. The story changes every few pages. We are transported from the historical sites in Switzerland and back to the beaches of Goa with a t [...]


    2. The Seventh Cup is well thought mystery that presents the clever idea of mind transportation. This is a story that mixes romance, drama, amazing scenarios and surprising characters.It all starts with Avinash and Verona. At first they seem mere strangers meeting in a café. Somehow, he introduces her to the idea of mind transportation. And then, reality and fantasy start to mix. While we try to figure out what happened with Verona we discovered some unsettling trues.Alternating between different [...]


    3. With the advancement in the field of technology, the techniques are also evolving. With this book, the author introduces us to a new term- ‘Mind Transpotation’. The narration is lucid; the dialogs are short but precise. There are no major syntactical errors.The blurb is interesting. In fact, the language and the vocabulary used for the same is exemplary. The use of idioms caught my attention! The cover could have been better. The title is catchy. It gives an impression of a fantasy tale. But [...]


    4. Can faith make dead people come to life?Can we see something for which we have deep faith and determination that others can’t?On acquaintance with this brilliant work one will have similar question in mind.“The Seventh Cup” is an allegory of bundle of stories that meet at one point.Avinash, a student from Goa’s renowned college lands in Switzerland with intentions he only knows, may be in search of something special to him. He writes a book that becomes a single source to untangle every [...]


    5. That’s a short review for Nitesh Kumar Jain’s The Seventh Cup. Thanks to the author for sending the book for a genuine review.The book cover in itself comprises almost all main places, characters and things of the story. It is a tale of love, revenge, killings, investigation and psychology. The cover and the title of the book make an attractive package to catch eyes of the readerparixit.wordpress/2016/The Seventh CupChapter 0 starts with Mrs. Maria, living in Guwahati living with her daughte [...]


    6. An Unusual Journey​Someone is lying for sure. Is Verona trying to set a trap for me? Is the Indian guy also involved in some way or the other? But if it were so, they would not be playing it out in the open. It is almost impossible to escape any criminal offense for eight long months.The story starts with a man sipping his coffee, enjoying his solitude as his eyes fall on a beautiful woman… From there till the end how the story unfolds is a very interesting journey. Avinash meets Verona for [...]


    7. Book Name- The Seventh CupAuthor- Nitesh Kumar JainPublisher- CyberwitGenre- Mystery ThrillerPages- 322Price- ₹225SYNOPSIS-The Seventh Cup by Nitesh Kumar Jain is a well-crafted mystery novel that contains just enough elements of a Shakesperean tragedy to make the reader sympathetic to the sociopathic protagonist, Avinash, a drama student from Goa, India. Enter Verona Schmidt, an unsuspecting Swiss exchange student, to upstage everyone in the college Dramatics Club and to become front and cent [...]


    8. The cover is absolutely amazing and the two words that grabbed my attention were "Mind Transportation." I really wanted to know what this is, and honestly, I was not disappointed. Also, I read through the words and I felt an immediate attraction to the character, VERONA.Title - The Title is completely apt, "The Seventh Cup" is a cup of coffee. The prime protagonist Avinash, drinks Seven Cups of coffee which results in some weird activities by him. However, it is unclear that if he is mentally un [...]


    9. Story and plotA history student, Verona, suddenly went missing. After eight months, the case was handed to the newly married Swiss couple: Susanne and Thomas. With them, the mystery is solved, one step at a time. While the plot plays its course, the much awaited suspense is on its way. In all, the book succeeds to keep readers on the edge of their seats. ReviewRight from the Chapter 0, the writing is intriguing. Some readers may consider it boring reading about the conversation between two stran [...]


    10. Story in a nutshell: 'The Seventh Cup' - what does this title tell you? The title is itself a mystery. Isn't it? When I heard about this book, all I wondered was what made the author name it as 'The Seventh Cup'. I started reading this book with one objective in my mind- why 'The Seventh Cup'? The story begins with 'Chapter 0' ( A plus point- I like it when authors name/number chapters in a unique way) and narrates an incident that is bound to leave you with numerous questions.As you read the fu [...]


    11. Read the complete review here -Escape Reality - The Seventh Cup - Book Review Plot: Verona Schmidt, a history student, suddenly disappears from Switzerland without any trace. It has been 8 months since her disappearance but the CIDS has no clue about what happened to her. When detective Susanne and her husband Thomas takes up the case, slowly the mystery begins to unravel as one by one the pieces of the puzzle start falling into place. But watch out! Because the final clue of this mystery will l [...]


    12. The editor’s note says that the story will compel you to read Rhonda Bryne’s The Secret, if you haven’t yet read it. Now, I did make an attempt to read The Secret once, at a time in my life when I needed its teachings the most. No, I did not work for me. I wouldn’t know why, for I did not go beyond reading just about a quarter of the book, a few pages here and there.Between then and now, a lot of people have told me that the book worked wonders for them and that it is a must-read. I, how [...]


    13. Our lives already have something in store for us. While coincidences play their different roles. This mysterious and elegant adventure “The Seventh Cup” is a mixture of thrilling brainteasers, mysteries which are confusedly interlaced, love, romance and obsession. Three cold blooded murders one after another and no one knows the real murderer till the last page. A simple, handsome graduate from Goa lands in Switzerland. What are his intentions? May be in search of his lost love. Two dedicate [...]


    14. The Seventh Cup is psychological thriller authored by Nitesh Jain. The Concept of Mind Transportation was totally new to me and it helped me read the book in one go.Book Title and Cover- Book Title and Blurb creates questions about the story, why protagonist drinks exactly seven cup of coffee in same restaurant. The questions raised plays positive role and catches attention of the readers. Book Cover is simple yet interesting.Language and Narration- Language of the book is simple and easily unde [...]


    15. The Story-line: Interesting, intriguing, full of twists and turns that are enough to keep the reader hooked. There are some nail-biting moments too ( I know it’s bad habit. But then sometimes you get so engrossed in the book that you realize what you’re doing only when it hurts). A mix of mystery, murder and romance, The Seventh Cup has some exciting moments that are bound to interest the reader and make him/ her don on the thinking cap.Could not help smiling in the part where there is a men [...]


    16. Review initially posted on: dreambookreviews.wordpressThis story is so intricately woven that even a single description can reveal everything or make it into a confusing knot. There is a fine balance between the characters which are so complexly developed. What made the story really amazing for me was its plot development.It seems like the story talks about mundane stuff. In the end, when everything is unwrapping that’s when I felt like throwing buckets of water over my head for not realizing [...]


    17. Read full review here: thereandtheir/2016/07/02/This is an interesting tale of Time Travel meets Romance meets mystery. It deals with the concept of mind transportation. The protagonist of the tale, Avinash, who believes that one can transport into the past using our memories.The pacing of the story was somewhat uneven. It had a very slow start, so it took me a while to get interested in the story, but after a while, the story picks up the pace as the mystery builds up.The editing of the book ne [...]


    18. The plot of the story is well-developed and I really liked the way the characters and incidences are interrelated. The concept of “mind transportation” was quite intriguing and I really loved it. May be in real life also we practice this mind transportation but never realize it. The plot of the story is well-developed and I really liked the way the characters and incidences are interrelated. The concept of “mind transportation” was quite intriguing and I really loved it. May be in real l [...]


    19. Seventh Cup: A Suspense Thriller with Hints of RomanceWith a beautiful and attractive cover, it is a well written suspense-thriller mystery novel which also has hints of romance. It revolves around multiple characters and introduces an interesting concept of 'mind transportation'. It is loosely inspired by 'The Secret' by Rhondy Bryne and one can clearly be inspired by the conceptFull review at: kritisharmacreations.


    20. The Seventh Cup by Nitesh Kumar Jain is one of the thought provoking novel that can bring a lot of controversy in the field of Science, Religion. The genre of the book is difficult to decide as it falls under multiple categories so anyone can give the category according to their choice. I got this book from Kalamos Literary Agency in return of an honest review. To read full review click on the link below:captivatingmode.wordpress


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