Aroon has used his imagination to bring about a great journey spread out in the Mughal-age India, with subtle references to the kingdoms, kings, games, strife, struggles, conspiracies, magic, opulence, mystical nature of the common Indian life then.
The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret by Christopher C. Doyle My rating: 3 of 5 stars The book is a racy runway of adventure a la Indiana Jones combined with […]
n Interesting Spy Novel I am not very much into ebooks – I actually like the physical heaviness in my hands and flipping fingers through pages. But when this book […]
It is just by chance that I came across this ebook and I am so glad that I did. Let me mention first upfront, it was a long day and […]
Ramayana Redux is what I might call this – in the “Lord of the Rings” format with a “Clash of the Titans”-ish lore. Its a heavy-duty remix of all Ramayana’s […]
“Mahadev” – the Lord of Lords – anyone can be one – at least that was the idea Shiva throws in – while the lesser mortals – though sozzled with […]
I was keenly anticipating this book from Frederick Forsyth after having read The Afghan sometime back, needless to say The Cobra did not disappoint. Of course being a prolific reader […]