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A Washroom read..!!
on 23 August 2018
With his latest try, I came to the conclusion that Ashwin has totally lost it. With his first novel, he looked as a promising upcoming writer, but with the last one he's like a shooting star, swallowing all of his enigma.
The novel is a good washroom read for constipated people.
Although it starts with a bang, a hardcore Dan Brown style is evident in first couple of pages, and one is thrived to turn the pages, but, Ashwin has to play his role too. So, the DB thing ends after first 10-12 pages. And what left over was a cross between Indian mythology and Western quantum entanglement theory. But, please don't be fooled by the heavy words, it's all a crap.
If you still want to give it a try, look for a second had store or borrow it, it's not worth to buy a new one.