The story follows the prince of Devgarh, Rudra who is now crowned as the king after his father’s demise. While trying to navigate through the responsibilities of the kingdom, he learns certain things that would oddly explain the things that has been happening. As his turmoil and suspicion grows so does the mystery of the uncertainty which hangs like the sword of Damocles.
The book had a backstory which was essentially a build up to the main narration. I’d recommend going into the book without knowing much because Tarikshir is a book that feasts on the reader’s imagination because each event in the book reflects the mounting mystery. The cover of the book definitely made sense as I stated reading. Another thing that capture my attention was the mythological element. It was retained throughout the book as there are a lot of things that happens and I specifically left those portions because I believe there are potentially deemed as spoilers.
I was absolutely fascinated with the storyline. The characters were well developed and it was amazing to see secrets unravel in a curious chain of events.
Amazon – Tarikshir: The Awakening https://www.amazon.in/dp/938757850X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_887ZEbNM2620Q