The Forbidden Quest of Mysore by Puneeth JH | Book Review
Summary:Around 1500 a famous astrophysicist Yagnabhatta created an ancient enigma, Gandabaerunda. To protect it from falling into the wrong hands, the great King Krishna Devaraya hid it in Mysore. Ever since then, the chase behind it has never stopped. Back in 2017, there lived a self-claimed archaeologist, Amar. He loved an intellectual girl, Pooja. Like every other Indian love story, they too had hurdles. Pooja was elder, and her father was rich. Their families were of a different caste and spoke different languages. Yet they never stopped loving each other. Embrace into the city of palaces as Amar and Pooja go in search of an impossible mission. Can the couple overcome the trials to decode the hidden secrets of the King Raja Wodeyar III? Can they fight the prejudices of the Indian society to get married?
Publisher:Half Baked Beans
Release date:October 17th 2018
No. of Pages:Paperback, 155 Pages
The story begins with the protagonist Amar Bhardwaj, a 24 year old self claimed archaeologist. The protagonist’s father is missing and Amar decides that he needs to find out the truth. He is helped by his girlfriend, Pooja Naidu in this conquest. Amar and Pooja has been in a relationship for 10 years now. The novel is about 150 pages and is narrated by Amar. The narrative style is good. The concept was innovative and the story flows with ease.
The book is a mix of historical fiction and romance. The writing style of the author is good. The language of the book is very simple and understandable. The story left a few loose ends which I hoped would get sorted but unfortunately it did not happen. Which led the story incomplete.