Life and Death, Ying and Yang, it’s always about the balance in the universe. Death is something that most of us fear, and who is truly Yama? The book dwells into the lives of three men fighting their self battles. These men meet in Varanasi, the place where you face death. In their journey through the ghats, each one finds their true self.
The beauty of the book lies in the small references to our mythology/folklore. Merging that with a parallel storyline is what connects.
As the book isn’t a thriller, there is nothing for one to predict here. However, the way the three men learn and unlearn is something I enjoyed.
The book is simple, concise, and very easy to read. The author’s brilliance is visible in how he conveys the complex concept of duality and how each of us has it. The author has made sure you connect the dots in your own life.
The book is available as a paperback for Rs 399 on Amazon and Kindle for Rs 99. The book print in paperback is very friendly to readers of all age groups.
The book makes me want to read more. It starts with the lives of Amrit, Surya, and Rajat. As I turn the pages, I want to know more about them and how they all collide and find themselves. That wasn’t all; there were moments when I was reflecting on my experiences.
This book is for one and all. This book will connect with you in some aspect or the other. You will know more about the lesser-known stories from Indian Mythology/Folklore.
I enjoy books from this genre, and I always look forward to reading more. The author has done a fabulous job, and I want to read more of his books.
An 8/10 by The Booker’s Diary!