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Sangam: The Awakening | Tejaswini Sundar | Book Review

  • Author: Tejaswini Sundar
  • Print Length: 303 pages
  • Publisher: BUUKS (28 October 2020)
  • Language: English

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Sangam: The Awakening by Tejaswini Sundar is a fantasy fiction set in the kingdom of Devprastha. In the game of lust for power, prophecies, love, betrayal, and hurt, we find the book taking its readers on an exhilarating ride. With an intrigue that would keep one at the edge, Sangam makes for an entertaining read at any point in time.

With the public execution of two characters accompanied by hovering of crows, the stage is set, the narrative is established. It is followed by destruction and revenge to restore normalcy. However, after the chaos is put to rest, Commander Pallavan stumbles upon abandoned twins. He becomes their father and eight years hence, things unfold most dramatically. What’s to happen? How would the twins link to the impending destruction?

With an abundance of characters and a story that has got multiple layers, there was not a dull moment for me while reading Sangam. It’s written beautifully, with the right choice of words and expressions. As one would delve deeper into the book, they’ll find themselves caught in the mystery and intrigue. Things move at a fast pace and before you snap out of it, the story ends. Well, I thought there was more to it.

The author has woven a wonderful story with patience and finesse. The atmospheric writing coupled with a multi-layered narrative resulted in an immersive reading experience for me. I am glad I got an opportunity to read this one, for now, I know, how amazing a fantasy could be if written brilliantly! Although there are way many characters here but, I guess, each one of them has a role to play. So, probably, this is a kind of book that would certainly demand one’s undivided attention for it to be enjoyed fully.

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