Chronux- Book Review
A word about the author first.
Sagar Kamath teaches History and International Affairs at Symbiosis International University.
He is a Masters in History and Philosophy and has almost a decade of teaching experience. He has lectured extensively on a wide range of subjects and specializes in issues of religion and politics.
In his free time he loves to explore ‘off the beaten track’ locales which hold a sense of mystique about them.
Chronux is the story of Time or let’s put it this way that Chronux is a story which time tells us about of times past to times in the far future and the times spent inbetween.
The story which starts from a a small village of Aruhu, in the Himalayas takes you on a roller coaster ride through a span of more than 3000 years BC to more than 3000 years in the future,not to forget the time in the present.
It’s a wonderful Juxtaposition of the long past events mingling with the present and the future.
Although a work of fiction a tremendous amount of research has gone into the making of this absolutely rivetting story of Time.
The events described whether in the past, present or future are so realistically portrayed that at times you pause and find that yes all this could be very plausible and true. Really a remarkable piece of storytelling wherein you feel you are a part of this journey. The events described from the past,present and future are beautifully intertwined and does leave one dazed at the aouthor’s imagination and the finesse to put things up so brilliantly.
A must must read for everyone. Go grab your copy now and enjoy a never before experience of fiction/reality. Find out for yourself.
Its available on Amazon for Rs 475 for paperback and 283 for the Kindle version.
My Rating 4.5/5 stars