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Jaal is Sangeeta Bahadur’s debut novel and the first book in the Kaal Trilogy.
Summary of the Book
Jaal is the story of Arihant, a warrior with divine powers and his responsibility of annihilating Aushij, the Lord of Maya. Aushij is one of the four children of Adi Purush and Adi Shakti, who continues to create havoc in the real world. The book follows Arihant’s epic journey from innocence to experience as he harnesses his abilities to deal with his enemies. Armed with just a dagger and a staff, he faces his enemies with dexterity and ease. Jaal will make for an engaging and enthralling read for those interested in the Hindu story of creation, vedic philosophy and metaphysics.
About Sangeeta Bahadur
Sangeeta Bahadur is an Indian Foreign Service office based out of London. She is a senior diplomat and Director of the Nehru Centre. In the course of her twenty- five year career, she has been posted to several countries like Spain, Bulgaria, Mexico and Belgium. She was born in Calcutta in a family of civil servants and was educated in various schools all over India. She completed her post-graduation from Bombay University, Mumbai, India. Jaal is the debut novel and the first book in the Kaal Trilogy.
|Publisher||Pan Macmillan India|
|Number of Pages||468 Pages|
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May 26, 2012
Jaal: A book worth a thousand hours of reading!Being an average reader, i know and have experienced the feeling of total lack of interest when one looks at a large novel. But with "Jaal" i was gladly mistaken from the very first few chapters when i reached that state of mind where the novel became a phenomenon. I'd say you could read on for hours and never get bored. But my personal feelings aside, here's what i have to say about the nitty-gritties of the novel.
Dec 31, 2012
too long with unncessary metaphorsthe story is decent, but the book is way too long and as mentioned by someone in a review before, a drag at times.
May 18, 2012
Jaal....Intruging...sometimes a dragThough the pace of the book is good and the story comes up really well, I feel it is a little bit of a drag. The author could have easily cut down 100 pages.
Aug 14, 2012
Great Fantasy.. good characters ...I bought this book and was not expecting much.