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The Sialkot Saga Kindle Edition Reviews by Ashwin Sanghi

The Sialkot Saga Kindle Edition Reviews

The Sialkot Saga Kindle Edition Reviews

‘The Sialkot Saga Kindle Edition Reviews’

by Ashwin Sanghi (Author)

The Sialkot Saga Kindle Edition Reviews

‘When it’s a question of money, everybody is of the same religion.’ The trajectories of Arvind and Arbaaz, both ‘businessmen’ of a kind whose lives are unwillingly intertwined, ricochet off one another while they play out their sinister and murderous plots of personal and professional one-upmanship, all the while breaking every rule in the book.

Both are unaware that what they seek and fight over is the very obstacle in realising an ancient secret that dates back to a time long forgotten.

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Ashwin Sanghi, master storyteller and spinner of yarns, weaves together once more threads of the past and present, fact and fiction, history and mythology, business and politics, love and hatred while dangling you ceaselessly over the cliff with this chilling multi-layered narrative, keeping you guessing till the totally unguessable end.

One very consistent thought while reading this book was how well has the incidences and events placed, its the work of a sheer genius for having done immaculate research and placing the occurrence of events with a master craft. The Sialkot Saga is another feather added into Sanghi’s cap. A whirlwind of politics and business, a heady mix of mythology and history, Sanghi has very intelligently put across his skills as an astute businessman and a well-read individual. The story is gripping, fast paced and doesn’t waste a moment. Needless to mention, this one is going to be in every director’s wish-list of making his/her next blockbuster. –By Neeraj Chauhan on 19 April 2016


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ASHWIN SANGHI IS THE JEFFERY ARCHER OF INDIA !!!

By Rahul Rai Khatri on 13 April 2016

Truth be told, I ordered this book just ’cause it’s written by Ashwin Sanghi ( The Dan Brown Of India ) but after reading few pages I realised that the author had jumped to another court which is held by Jeffery Archer in which historic chain of events are related to a fable and hence popped a great work of fiction like ‘ Honour Among Thieves ‘ & so is like ‘ The Sialkot Saga ‘. Another confession is that I discourage my fellow readers not to read this book ’cause as mentioned earlier I’d picked the book with a hope to find another ravishing theology like that of Chanakya’s Chant & The Krishna Key and so the beginning was not gripping, as what I always expect from this author,but with turning of pages the plot turned gripping . Better to say that the plot had engulfed me.

Good job, Sirji!

ByAshok LR on 5 April 2016

Bare bones version: Fantastic book, worth reading, set in India-Pakistan, starting from 1947. With the publication of this book, Ashwin Sanghi, earlier called the Indian Dan Brown, can now be favourably compared to Jeffrey Archer in his (Jeffrey Archer’s) heyday. Long version: The tale begins with a detailed description of a train full of dead bodies crossing from Pakistan to India during the independence turmoils of 1947 (which reminded me of Khushwant Singh’s ‘Train from Pakistan’). This is much, much more than just a story of ‘When it’s a question of money, everybody is of the same religion’ as stated in the promos and on the back cover. Like Ashwin’s ‘Chanakya’s Chant’, the present (1947 till date) is interspersed with the hoary past, starting from Emperor Ashoka’s reign. The connections between the past and present are revealed in stages.

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