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E step ahead of capture and death Datta is swept up in a world of kings and warrior princesses of uncommon friendships and an implacable evil; and a desperate race against time to save his grandmother – and the EmpireAroon Raman national bestselling author of The Shadow Throne now brings us a riveting saga of action and adventure set in Mughal Ind. There s always a wonderful feeling after completing a book with than 375 pages I am done reading one of the latest releases THE TREASURE OF KAFUR It s the second book of the author Aroon Raman after The Shadow Throne I haven t read the latter one but what I have heard from people around me that it is an excellent and thrilling story I got a chance to read his 2nd and the latest book which I did without thinking twice The book is published by India s one of the leading publishers Pan Macmillan The first thing about this book that would attract you is its cover page It itself has an essence and ambiance o The Big Golden Book of Poetry race against time to save his grandmother – and the EmpireAroon Raman national bestselling author of The Shadow Throne now brings us a Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, reading one of the latest Homewrecker read the latter one but what I have heard from people around me that it is an excellent and thrilling story I got a chance to Make your own model forts & castles read his 2nd and the latest book which I did without thinking twice The book is published by India s one of the leading publishers Pan Macmillan The first thing about this book that would attract you is its cover page It itself has an essence and ambiance o

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The Treasure of Kafur

Kafur that will guarantee victory to Akbar’s enemies is known to an old woman called AmbuBaig Kidnaps Ambu to wrest the knowledge of the treasure from her; but her twenty year old grandson Dattatreya escapes and flees across Hindustan to enlist the help of the one person who has the most reason to stop Baig – the Mughal Emperor himselfStaying on. A chase story with a little fantasy set in Akbar s India The first half reminded me of the Jungle Book and the Lord of the Rings dont know what happens in the second half of LOTR anyways P There r twists there r places where u think game over and the author makes the game live on There is a lot of thoughtful effort and smart editing in crafting this novel and there are hardly any dull moments and no lazy writing A lot of things could have gone wrong too much masala too loud dialogues too gaudy and heroic heroes inconsistency in depicting fantasy but amazingly none went wrong despite this being the autho

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‘The fate of an Empire trembles in the balance’Hindustan 1580 AD The Mughal Emperor Akbar is at the height of his power seemingly invincible But twenty years of war have earned him many enemies and rebellion is brewing led by Asaf Baig the tyrannical ruler of Khandesh Baig has stumbled upon the knowledge that the fabulous lost treasure of Malik. There is a moment in the latter half of this book where Dattatreya the protagonist is engaged in battle with anti Mughal forces as a scout when he suddenly falls off his horse because of an attack from an assailant whose identity shall remain undisclosed for obvious reasons And this is perhaps the point where this book stops being the effortlessly smooth ride it had been till that point Unfulfilled promise to sum it up in a couple of wordsI had the pleasure of reading Aroon Raman s debut novel The Shadow Throne last year a gripping espionage thriller set in the backdrop of a possible nuclear armageddon i


10 thoughts on “The Treasure of Kafur

  1. says:

    A secret treasure of importBeing hidden so no one can find it The hiding place is ingenious You instantly hope you’re in for a treatFast forward a few century A coupe is brewing The hunt for the treasure is afoot The guar

  2. says:

    I just surface read reviews before taking up a book and I took this one up thinking that it was historical fiction It came as a real surprise and a pleasant one at that when it turned out to be a brilliantly crafted action packed fantasy set in Mughal India Aroon Raman's command over the language combined with his Haggardian story telling made this one a thoroughly compelling read for meI think fantasy lovers shouldn'

  3. says:

    There is a moment in the latter half of this book where Dattatreya the protagonist is engaged in battle with anti Mughal forces as a scout when he suddenly falls off his horse because of an attack from an assailant whose identity shall remain undisclosed for obvious reasons And this is perhaps the point where th

  4. says:

    I was very reluctant to start reading this book Something about the cover of the book and the description didn't feel very inviting Ho

  5. says:

    A chase story with a little fantasy set in Akbar's India The first half reminded me of the Jungle Book and the Lord of the Rings dont know what happens in the second half of LOTR anyways P There r twists there r places where u think game over and the author makes the game live on There is a lot of thoughtful effort and smart edit

  6. says:

    I had received a signed copy of the book to review‘The Treasure of Kafur’ is a story set during the golden e

  7. says:

    Author's hand downFirst of all a huge thanks and a big hug to the author for sharing me a copy and going through

  8. says:

    This one turned out to be one very interesting surprise package uite an unexpected cast of characters who support the protagonist in the story The story has a treasure but much than that the story is about the poli

  9. says:

    There's always a wonderful feeling after completing a book with than 375 pages I am done reading one of the latest releases THE TREASURE OF KAFUR It's the second book of the author Aroon Raman after The Shadow Throne I haven't read the latter one but what I have heard from people around me that it is an excellent and thrilling stor

  10. says:

    The first book of Aroon Raman was a national bestseller I haven't read that book yet I bought the book because it has an eye catching title I am always a sucker for historical fiction lovely cover and an engaging synopsis on the back cover The story itself is way interesting engaging and entertaining than what the first

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