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The Liar’s Weave Hardcover – 3 Jul 2017
Hardcover, 3 Jul 2017
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About the Author
Tashan Mehta’s writing has appeared in literary journals such as Out of Print and Notes. She was awarded the Sangam House Writer’s Residency in 2015.
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“The liar’s weave” by Tashan Mehta is a character driven fantasy fiction, which narrates the story of Zahan who’s born into ‘an alternate history of our world, where birth charts are real’. Perfect blend of Indian tradition and fantasy, the scenes are described pretty well and yet, it leaves a gap for the reader’s imagination to flow. Although the first few chapters could’ve been made a bit more short and snappy, trust me, if you read through the first few pages, you’ll be gripped into it, and you just won’t put the book down, unless Zahan Merchant’s death is revealed. The world building was excellent. Though the genre is not completely ‘magical realism’, there were some such elements which were included throughout the plot, and that really differentiates this book from other books available in the same category. I also read Tashan Mehta’s interview on juggernaut’s app. I was amazed to learn the amount of research put into this book, and of course, it is reflected in the pages of this amazing piece.
It relates to birth charts which are supposed to be written by powers that be and one will live one’s life as per this chart, unconsciously to a certain extent, so that all mishaps can be attributed to the ‘so it was written’!
But what happens when a child is born without a birth chart?!
Read this book to find out! The language is excellent and grammar Nazis can relax! It is not a book that can be finished in a sitting but to be chewed and digested over a period of time.
Had received this book to be reviewed from Juggernaut.in