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The Rozabal Line by Ashwin Sanghi - a review


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The Rozabal Line by Ashwin Sanghi



Author:- Ashwin Sanghi

Number of Pages:-362

Publisher:- Westland Ltd.

Genre:- Thriller

My Verdict:- 

The Rozabal Line is the first book by the author. It was published by the author himself under a pseudonym, Shawn Haigins in 2007 before being published by Westland in 2008 under his own name. Coming to the book, as I have read the other two books of the same author viz. Chanakya's Chant and The Krishna Key, I decided to pick this one as well.

One thing which I like about the author is the way he is able to grip the reader's attention by writing in such a way that it seems like a movie is being played vividly in front of the eyes while reading. The enormous  amount of research the author puts in his books is something which can be an eye opener as well.

Secondly, through his books, author definitely depicts his love for the history and he is very much able to build up an intriguing plot with it. Easy language is what makes his books a fast reading experience.

The story of The Rozabal Line is gripping tale that depicts the birth of religion and how it has been molded across the ages which can be seen through the sequence of events that occur in the book as the story gradually progresses. The use of past life regression technique is also something which kept me hooked to the book till the end.

Finally, carefully chosen characters and building up of suspense is the nest quality which will keep your mind busy guessing. Overall a wonderful read by the author. If you are a history buff with an inclination towards suspense/thriller genre, I am sure this book will not disappoint you.

My Rating:-

I would rate this book 4.5/5 because of its engaging, intriguing plot and authors way of writing the story which makes it fun to read.

Click here to read Chanakya's Chant by Ashwin Sanghi - a review



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