Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Chakra- Chronicles of the Witch Way by Ritu Lalit: a review

Deciding to read Chakra-chronicles of the witch way by Ritu Lalit, have been one of the toughest decisions of my reading life. To be very frank, I, personally, don’t like to read these kinds of novels mostly because I don’t believe in them but there was surely something about the book that made me read it.

 Firstly, I would seriously like to congratulate the author, Ritu Lalit for the book she has written, the publisher, Authors Empire; for publishing the work and of course to Amol Karambe, for the wonderful cover for the book.

Maa Kundalini, is one mythological part which was never attempted by any writer, though we see Lord Shiva in most of the mythological novels. The book is a great example which shows how much research an author has to do in order to write a book this good. A wonderful story-line and great use of words along with an engaging topic to write makes this book a must read.

The author has weaved words in such a beautiful form that it makes the book a captivating read for any reader. The novel has been written with an art of perfection which not many people have. In the 21st century where people are too ‘practical’ in their lives, this book makes every reader believe in the presence of supernatural powers in and around them.

Making a book unputdownable is a trait not found in many authors but the author of this book has proved that a saga of power plays and supernatural elements can be made unputdownable. There is always a constant urge in the reader to know what is going to happen next in the book while reading it. And with the end of the book, a reader is left, craving for more.

To all the readers’ happiness, it’s a great decision by the author to write more on The Witch Way. The book does its best in educating the readers about the Japas and Japnis and many more clans along with their respective perspectives. All in all, I would like to give this book 4.5 out of 5 with a hope of reading more on The Witch Way by the author.

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