IN THE NAME OF RELIGION Paperback – 1 January 2019
Paperback, 1 January 2019
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I will start my review of the book which immediately earns respect for the values of the writer who has written boldly in the times of confusion giving words to the disturbance inside and commotion outside.
Initial pages seem to show details a lot and it appears to be an outcome of prolific capability of the author but suddenly,the story builds up -standing on firm feet.
From what you tend to consider mundane descriptions of a new author,one finds that the characters and the story takes firm shape and one is already gripped by curiosity and truth.
The groundwork is fertile and it is a great effort at understanding Gandhi and Bhagat Singh for the benefit of a generation which is naturally detached from the history of early twentieth century when the whole world including India was impacted by great events giving the history of humanity a whole new turn.
The story has a flow. Deals with sinister developments of human mind and history with uncanny sensitivity.
I am not giving the story away so that new readers find the joy by reading without prejudice.
Throughout my reading of the novel,I was divided between the temptation of finishing the interesting story fast and to pause to write the review alongside.
A few initial pages were sufficient to say that it was a good and refreshing novel.
After completing,I can say that it is a lesson in history too.
The mechanism of indoctrination and cold subtle plans of destructive minds shows how the author has an ability to deep- delve into human psychology.
Relevant,contemporary and recommended as wholesome fiction. The story is complete in all aspects and helps us understand the rabidity of hatred and revenge and how love and sensibility become helpless when it is too late.
Beautifully evolving and with a very absorbing pinnacle of storytelling,the reader is compelled to navigate between anxiety and hope.
Yes,Ankur Chaudhary,you have a story to tell and a marvellous one! Splendid. The story permeates you and when you close your eyes while reading,there is a longing inside you to change the course of history with all your might. Ankur Chaudhary's storytelling is going to last and please..please read the book before forming opinion...before jumping to conclusion.Why be judgemental!
And,I would like to conclude my review with a quote from
Albert Camus,"Fiction is a lie through which we tell the truth. "
- the minute details which are dipicted makes the reader curious and I could actually visualize the characters in the mind.
- the book does justice to the title of the novel, how religion is engraved so much in the lives depicted and how it accelerates one's mind, body and soul.
- Religion and it's relations to various lives is not a simple concept to deal with, but the author has wrote it so simply that it makes a reader think and at the same time curious to read.
It actually shakes one's mind. Great work. Thanks to Ankur Chaudhary for writing this and giving an angle to readers to think about religion.
Story line is great and characters are very well define.
One can see himself in the story. Very well written.
The important thing is it has very easy laguage to understand and you will find the scenes are rolling around you.
Hats off to author. 🙂🙂