I was provided with a copy of the book by the author for an honest review, however, the review is completely based on my opinions and not biased or paid for.
One of the best books I have read by an Indian author, a well researched and beautifully put together, it is a treat to read about India.
The novel is set in the contemporary India and weaving stories of very colorful characters with amazing back stories going back to almost 100 years from now with their ancestry and in the process shares a lot about Indian history, culture, Indian sub-continent history, how people have travelled to Europe and brings out the vagaries of people, how they have lived and promiscuity is not seemingly an issue and accepted. It's about how people come together in Dhauladhar.
The story is beautifully built with mystery and create that certain intrigue which keeps you at hold with the story and you want to know what happens next though the detail at times get to you and hold you but overall it's an interestingly done with useful information, one gets to know a lot about sheep herding, wool management and how things work around! a very well researched book I must say.
My only wish was the book could have been a little more fast paced and a little less detailed but else it is a must read, grab onto it. :)