Veh turned the last leaf of the Liber Loagaeth. “Finally!” She looked at Drux and said, “Aren’t we lucky to have this gem?” Centuries ago, the book was lost during Read More
This is a fantastic and informative compilation of twelve criminals, who dared to carry out crimes that were heinous and lethal. It felt as if I was watching a crime-thriller movie.
The narration is unblemished and portrays the author’s efforts, to bring forth some mind-boggling facts. The story is bound to get you goosebumps and penetrate your skin. A gripping crime thriller that highlighted the dark facets of the Indian society.
The story is a wonderful blend of two worlds. The setting of one is in the Gupta dynasty, when the White Huns invaded India and the other is a modern-day setting. Both the narratives meet at a junction keeping the focus on the fictional story about the origin of chess, the Chaturanga.
Conspiracy, mystery, combat, patriotism, adventure and some light moments, to ease the tension, makes this story an interesting read.