ROZABAL LINE(NEW EDN)

    ROZABAL LINE(NEW EDN)  (Paperback, Ashwin Sanghi)

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    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Westland
    • ISBN: 9789381626825, 9381626820
    • Edition: 2013
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    Description

    A thrilling suspense novel involving a secret group which wishes to bring about Armegeddon, The Rozabal Line is a best-selling novel by Ashwin Sanghi.

    Summary of the Book

    When a mysterious cardboard box is found in the place where a copy of the Mahabharata should have been, a librarian opens it, screaming before she falls unconscious to the floor. Moving across the world and spanning several timelines, the story shifts to a secretive group called Lashkar-e-Talatashar, whose agenda is simple: they wish to start the Armageddon itself. Meanwhile, in Tibet, Buddhist monks search for a reincarnated leader, and in the mazes beneath the Vatican, a stunning assassin swears to eliminate all non-believers. Similar events begin to unfold across the world, and soon these events converge as a priest begins to have disturbing visions which suggest a dangerously shocking theory: one with a terrible secret at the heart of it, a secret so important that a clandestine society will kill all those in its way rather than risk unveiling the secret to mankind. 

    About Ashwin Sanghi

    Ashwin Sanghi is an Indian writer and entrepreneur. He has also written: Chanakya’s Chant and The Krishna Key. He is also known by his pseudonym: Shawn Haigins.

    A graduate of the Yale School of Management and St. Xavier’s College, he has since been awarded several acclaims for his work. His second book has been optioned for a movie by UTV and is expected to begin production soon. He currently lives in Mumbai with his loving family.

     

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    Book Details
    • Publication Year
      • 2013
    Contributors
    • Authored By
      • Ashwin Sanghi
    Dimensions
    • Width
      • 4.37 inch
    • Height
      • 0.77 inch
    • Depth
      • 22 inch
    • Weight
      • 281 g
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    Good plot ... Good Story ... poor writing

    A good attempt at theological fiction by an Indian. Mr. Sanghi has to be congratulated for his effort.

    There are many things that make this book some what disappointing ... firstly, the author tries hard to create a fast paced thriller plot without thinking much about the average reader out there ... some of us cant follow 13 parallel story lines at once !

    the names of fictional secret organizations are hardly impressive and look made-up ... the author imitates many aspects of Dan Brown's w...
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    Mihir Kulkarni

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    6 Jan, 2013

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    Don't Waste Your Time Reading This One

    Just finished reading "India's best selling theological thriller". If there is something called induced dyslexic shock, I am undergoing that, for the story has jumped around so many times and taken so many incredulous turns that my thinking process is a mess.

    How a book that has so many repetitions, borrowed so many ideas from other works that it looks like a collage, and squeezed too many ideas to lack any depth can win critical acclaim in media and be a best seller, is a mystery someone c...
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    Vijay Govind

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    17 Feb, 2013

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    FANTASTICAL AND OVER AMBITIOUS

    THE ASSUMPTIONS MADE ARE TOO TWISTED. HISTORICAL FACTS RECORDED AND INDEXED BUT STILL MAKES NO SENSE. EVEN IF WE AGREE TO THE PREMISE THAT JESUS WAS INSPIRED BY BUDDHA, THE REST OF THE STORY MAKES NO SENSE. AND BLAMING THE ILLUMINATI, CHRISTIAN CHURCH AND ISLAMIC TERRORISTS IS JUST ABSURD. EITHER TREAT THE BOOK AS A PURELY FICTIONAL THRILLER OR A BASELESS THEOLOGICAL THRILLER. BUT DONT GIVER REFERENCES FOR FACT AND SAY THE REST IS FICTION!
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    FARHANA CHOUGLE

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    31 Dec, 2012

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    Nice Work , enthralling read

    One of the best thing about this book is the appendix Section where the sources have been quoted and provides a scope to the reader for further reading.The book has been extensively researched and the the stories are really amusing. The story keeps oscillating between the present day fiction plot and the historical anecdotes providing a smooth and interesting flow to this novel. The theory of Brian Weiss has been used really well and and the plot has been knitted really intricately. However I...
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    Prashant Navin Gupta

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    27 Oct, 2012

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    A great book !!

    The author's extensive research and efforts are to be appreciated. The plot is too good but the narration is confusing. There are a lot of characters and places which intrigues the reader a lot, especially in the first half. The story spans over continents and centuries which makes it difficult to recollect when one moves to subsequent chapters. The connection with the title itself was missing till u reach the last chapters. Till then the book is more about whether Jesus lived in India or not...
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    Sumitha

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    7 Jan, 2013

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    Lamest possible end to the story

    I couldn't agree more the content and writing of the author is really left me in awe. The kind of the thriller the author takes us through till the end of the book is really admirable. Of course if after reading this book i didn't feel if the ashwin is indian version of dan brown, then i couldn't be more wrong. But after reading the book i couldnt get on with ending of the book. The end of the book is lamest and pathetic , honestly i expected more of better ending considering the plot taken ...
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    Swapnil Gupta

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    13 Oct, 2014

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    Too Confusing

    The story is too confusing.. it jumps across centuries within 2 to 3 pages and to different countries.. there is no single thread which keeps you interesting.. in bits and pieces the history might keep you engaged.. but that also becomes boring after a certain point.. totally waste of money..
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    Balaji

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    2 Jan, 2014

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    boring

    story is too boring
    it tells too many stories that i think didnt link to each other
    makes one confuse while reading
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    pratik l

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    17 Dec, 2013

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    dissapointed!!!

    very confusing!! the story is very complicated ...dont waste your money...buy something else
    ashwin sanghi's chanakya chant is much better
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    Abhinav Gayatri

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    10 Dec, 2013

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    Poor Novel

    I was intrigued about the Indian style to Dan Brown writing and was sadly disappointed. I am afraid I found it a shoddy piece of writing. I had little to no interest in the remainder of the story and found myself skimming through aimlessly.
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    Prasanth Rajan

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    3 Dec, 2013

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