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The Rozabal Line (English, Paperback, Sanghi Ashwin)

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The Rozabal Line  (English, Paperback, Sanghi Ashwin)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Westland Publications Limited
    • Genre: Fiction
    • ISBN: 9789381626825, 9789381626825
    • Pages: 384
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    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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    Imprint
    • Westland Limited
    Dimensions
    Width
    • 20 mm
    Height
    • 178 mm
    Length
    • 114 mm
    Depth
    • 22 inch
    Weight
    • 240 gr
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    Ratings & Reviews
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    4

    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

    Oct, 2012

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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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    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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    Feb, 2013

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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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    Jan, 2013

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    A good book for reading though little complex on the flow

    Initially when I ordered the book I thought it would be a good timepass reading which I can do before going to bed. However as I started reading it was engrossing enough to keep me awake. A nice plot intriguingly weaved across timelines and across philosophies. One needs a very open mind and neutral thinking throughout the book to actually come grasp the noble motive of the story flow.

    However at many times I felt the book got a little complex to recollect the story link. Too many facts, dat...
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    Amit Toshniwal

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    Feb, 2013

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    Information overshadowing the story

    Too much information with too little story. Unlikely assumptions like strong secret societies come to an end because a few people die..

    Looks like author wants to demonstrate his knowledge rather than his storytelling skills. Though I liked his other works, this novel was not up to my expectation and was bored to death. Hope information overdose will be reduced in his next works..
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    Ravindra Kulkarni

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    well balanced

    the book is well researched time to time backed with references.
    fiction is correlated to reality in a very fine manner.
    mr.sanghi's novels are a blend of global notes merging to form a tune
    but I still liked his chanakya's chant also Krishna key much better.
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    Sumit Pandey

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    Dec, 2012

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    interesting read

    an amazing book by Ashwin Sanghi..well researched.. can be compared to dan brown... packed with great facts and wonderful storyline.can be a little confusing at times.
    the best part is the refrences given at the end.
    a great book for someone who is interested in history.
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    aliyah hussain

    Nov, 2012

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    Incredible connections but extremely bring read

    Chanakyas chant was such a great read that I almost impulsively bough The rozabal line. It was a big mistake.

    Although the author has done very good research and the connections and conclusions drawn are akin to Dan Brown, he fails miserably to keep me interested. There is an overload of data with very little actual story. In the end, I was just trying to get it over with. It became like a history textbook that was edited to look like a story.

    My honest opinion is not to purchase the book.
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    Maddy

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    Aug, 2012

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    Average & Well Researched Book

    When I first read about this book and I was so excited to read the same and soon I ordered the book . The plot of the book is on the same sensitive and controversial issue of Jesus Christs Resurrection & Secrets of Catholics and Illuminati same that Dan Brown raised in his book 'Da Vinci Code' but this book interestingly discussed the visit of Jesus in India . The book is well researched, full of knowledge and author truly deserves accolades for this . At the very starting it seems to be a gr...
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    Jul, 2012

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