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The Taj Conspiracy by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar – a Review

By Saurabh2461986 @saurabhslounge

the taj conspiracy by manreet sodhi someshwar
Title: The Taj Conspiracy
Author: Manreet Sodhi Someshwar
Publisher: Westland Publishers ltd
Number of pages: 402
Genre: Thriller
Book summary:
To uncover a conspirator… Mughal scholar Mehrunisa Khosa stumbles on a conspiracy to destroy the Taj Mahal when she discovers the murder of the Taj supervisor, and the Quranic calligraphy on the tomb of Queen Mumtaz altered to suggest a Hindu origin of the Taj Mahal…. The urban legend had always existed. Now, though, someone was conspiring to make it come true.
She’ll have to enter the maze…In the case of famed marble monument, all was not on the surface. A vast labyrinth ran underneath-closed to visitors- where Mehrunisa was trapped once. In a series of suspenseful twists and turns, the action traverses from the serene splendour of the Taj Mahal to the virulent warrens of Taj Ganj, from intrigue-laden corridors of Lutyens’ Delhi to snowy Himalayan hideouts…
Of a twisted mind… As a right wing Hindu party ratchets up its communal agenda and Islamic militants plot a terror attack, in the dark corners of his devious mind a behrupiya, a shape-shifter, is conniving to divide the nation in two. To save the Taj Mahal, Mehrunisa must overcome a prejudiced police and battle her inner demons as she sifts through the multiple strands that lead to the conspirator.
My verdict:
This was my one of the best books of the year 2013. Being a suspense/thriller genre lover, I picked this one up partly by choice and partly by chance. The strong language as well as some tough vocabulary makes this book a wonderful read as a part of literature. Although I finished it in a long time but I loved each and every single damn page of this book. I have no qualms of my decision of picking this one for reading. Manreet mam has done a wonderful job in writing this book. They say have patience till the masterpiece is completed and this book, is truly a masterpiece. The best thing about the book is that it traverses across Agra, Delhi Himalayan terrains and all is impeccably described. The page turner point of this book is the natural behavior of  SSP. The ways his language is portrayed seems so natural as one watching the movie in front of his eyes. No matter it seems quite heavy with the words for those who are new to reading or slightly weak in vocabulary but its a delightful read for sure. I am waiting for the next part of the Mehrunisa trilogy by Manreet mam. If you are true suspense lover, go for this one and I am saying this by means that being a female author she has mastered the art of suspense story telling that too in a precise manner. Go for it and I am sure it won’t let you down.
My rating: 5/5

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