Book Review: Daredreamers: A Start-up of Superheroes by Kartik Sharma, Ravi Nirmal Sharma


Book Title: Daredreamers: A Start-up of Superheroes
Author: Kartik Sharma & Ravi ‘Nirmal’ Sharma 
Format: Paper Back
Total Number of Pages: 300
Language: English
Publisher: Rupa Publications India
Publishing Date: 14 August 2018
ISBN-10: 9353040876
ISBN-13: 978-9353040871

India’s first start-up of superheroes with a mission of saving lives is here to kick ass. Rasiq is riding the highs of life thanks to his successes as an investment banker. But his arrogance soon gets the better of him and he ends up losing everything he holds dear. Managing to salvage only his grit from the wreckage, Rasiq reboots his life and teams up with five uniquely talented superheroes to start a rescue venture DareDreamers. These superheroes Nick: a crazy inventor; Halka: an inhumanly strong man; Arjun: a champion shooter; Natasha: a Bollywood stunt-double; Dr. Vyom, a medical Sherlock Holmes; and, of course, Rasiq: the mastermind combine their unique talents to deliver spectacular rescue operations. Their skyrocketing success, however, comes at a price an enemy hell bent on tearing down their fame and reputation.Will DareDreamers defeat its wily adversary? Or will it become yet another failed start-up?Treachery, action and adventure come alive to make DareDreamers a page-turner.

My Take

Starting from the cover and title of the book is apt according to the plot. Title is very interesting. It is not difficult to guess the book from the book’s title and cover page, that this book is a great collection of struggles and inspirations.

The book is blend of emotions, love, friendship, thriller, passion, drama, mystery, satire and realism, success, failures, betrayal, modern criticism, dream, family, struggles, adventures and many more. The plot is unique and different from the most Indian writer’s write.

Rasiq is an investment banker who is struggling hard with new job work pressure which is not allowing him to sleep or any time for family or friends. He is very busy with the corporate world doing hard tasks, day and night to earn a large amount of money as his salary. On the other hand it is because he is recruited as single person in place of five bankers. After struggling for two years as a banker,  he finally quit the job for following his passion and start his own business. He faced lot’s of torches from his father’s side for resigning the well paid job and forces to Rasiq to find a new job. On the morning of a small argument with his father on his carrier and future he leaves the home and drives the bike crazily and ended up at a small accident. From there he get’s an idea of starting a business on safety.

 I don’t daydream, I dare to dream. That makes me a DAREDREAMER.

Rasiq start-up Daredreams Pvt. Ltd. with a team of five super talented peoples with unique quality Nick a crazy inventor and also a friend from his college, Dr Vyom a medical expert, Arjun a champion shooter, Natasha a Bollywood stunt double, Halka a strongman. 

To know more what happened next grab the book.

Language of the book is lucid and written in a simple way to comprehend for any kind of reader. A book which won’t require the use of a dictionary, a book which evens an amateur reader would love to get indulged in. It’s a Bollywood type story. The author has portrayed each and every character with utmost significance of their own and every one of them has done justice to their respective roles throughout the story. The narration of the story is gripping though predictable at some times and unreal-table in few places. The story is fast paced. Father-son duo had beautifully crafted about entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs, start-ups, business achievements and the revolving relationships and the struggles the faced.

Overall an engaging read with twist and turns like Hindi Masala Movies.

Overall Ratings 3.5/5 Stars

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About The Author

Kartik Sharma


Kartik Sharma, a graduate of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi and Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad, is passionate about books. Be it reading or writing, he found his one true passion in the written word.

Published at the age of 23 by Rupa Publications in September 2011, he continues to write fiction stories and philosophical musings on his blog: and also at

Ravi ‘Nirmal’ Sharma 

He quit his investment banking career in 2012 to devote more time to writing. He is currently working on his second novel which he promises to be “fueled with philosophy and at the same time encapsulated in science fiction

I am an Associate Creative Director at Cheil India Pvt. Ltd. in Copy and Concepts.

I am co-author of The Quest of the Sparrows by Rupa Publications. I have been a writer first through passion and then by profession.

My stories have been published in almost all the major magazines of India and have won awards. I had also appeared in Doordarshan for an author interview.

I have written two serialized novels:
Trailblazers – published by Alive (Delhi Patra Prakashan) a technology based story.

They also Feel – Published as a serial in Science reporter, a science fiction story.

Besides these I have written songs and jingles for corporates.

21 Comments Add yours

  1. jenchaos76 says:

    Awesome review. The cover looks crazy

    Liked by 1 person

  2. bookwormscornerblogspotgmailcom says:

    Brilliant review. I have to admit that I thought the book was older from the cover.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Empress DJ says:

    Well done – but you left me hanging 😉

    Liked by 1 person

  4. I thought it was going to be a comic book given the title and cover. Great review.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Cia Black says:

    I love you review even though the book isn’t my cup of tea.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Bewitched Reader Book Blog says:

    This looks like an action packed read

    Liked by 1 person

  7. tfaulcbookreviews says:

    great review and the cover really looks good

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Jo Linsdell says:

    Sounds like a good book. I get the feel from the cover that it has lots of action. Great review.


  9. Heidi says:

    Great review!

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Great review! This sounds like an interesting read!

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Thank you 💖

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Yes i agree with you. My first impession was sams but after reading its the perfect cover


  13. 😅😅😅


  14. Yaa. It’s a fun read


  15. Thanks you😊


  16. Yaa. It’s had lot’s adventures in the book


  17. That’s interesting. I usually end up not liking books with multiple authors though


  18. Gayathri Lakshminarayanan says:

    Lots of IIT and IIM-ians are writing books these days no? Glad you liked it.


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