[The Taj Conspiracy Mehrunisa Trilogy #1 [BOOK] Free read PDF BY Manreet Sodhi Someshwar



10 thoughts on “The Taj Conspiracy Mehrunisa Trilogy #1

  1. says:

    Healthy Advicestay away if you canthe writer has no clue to what she is writing about the book is inundated with details that are no

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    First things first this book will remind you of all Dan Brown books The writing style the characters everything The protagonist here has a fear of basements like Mr Langdon has a fear of closed spaces there is a scholar who accidentally gets involved a cop who is hard in the beginning and then cools down There is a lot in this book that takes

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    Having read other reviews on this site and seen the comparisons with Dan Brown let me assure readers that this book is not

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    Picks up a very feasible and revisionist plot and the treatment is mostly adeuate but somehow the sum of all the parts some of them very good doesn't make for a very satisfactorily convincing whole The characters s

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    The Taj Conspiracy introduces us to Mehrunisa Khosa a budding Mughal scholar who is embroiled in the murder of Arun Toor the caretaker of the

  6. says:

    Manreet Sodhi Someshwar deserves every single one of the stars and I would give her if I could It was a roller coaster ride which I didn't want to get off First of all the author has created a strong female char

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    Finally we have a good contemporary Indian thriller The plot elements are similar to that of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons The character sketch was a bit edgy at parts though and in some parts the flow of the plot became a bit clumsy But it is one heck of a thriller Unlike the disappointing Shiva trilogy immortals of meluha and secret of the nagas this book is very well researched Love

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    After a day long deliberation on whether I should write a review for this book or not I finally decided to put my thoughts on it Actually I hav

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    The Taj Conspiracy is a mystery thriller set in India written by an Indian author The story begins with the protagonist Meh

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    The author has taken the ‘conspiracy theory’ about the Taj Mahal being a Shiva Temple by the name Tejo Mahal and woven a very engaging story around itManreet captivated my attention in the first 4 pages of the Taj Conspiracy This in spite of the Da Vinci like clichéd start Thankfully the similarity ended there The story move

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Review ¾ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Manreet Sodhi Someshwar

Ed marble monument all was not on the surface A vast labyrinth ran underneath closed to visitors where Mehrunisa was trapped once In a series of suspenseful twists and turns the action traverses from the serene splendour of Taj Mahal to the virulent warrens of Taj Ganj from intrigue laden corridors of Delhi to snowy Himalayan hideouts As a right wing. The Taj Conspiracy introduces us to Mehrunisa Khosa a budding Mughal scholar who is embroiled in the murder of Arun Toor the caretaker o

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The Taj Conspiracy Mehrunisa Trilogy #1

Mughal scholar Mehrunisa Khosa stumbles on a conspiracy to destroy the Taj Mahal when she discovers the murder of the Taj supervisor and the uranic calligraphy on the tomb of ueen Mumtaz altered to suggest a Hindu origin of the Taj Mahal That urban legend had always existed Now though someone was conspiring to make it come true In the case of the fam. First things first this book will remind you of all Dan Brown books The writing style the characters everything The protagonist here has

Review ¾ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Manreet Sodhi Someshwar

Hindu party ratchets up its communal agenda and Islamic militants plot a terror attack in the dark corners of his devious mind a behrupiya a shapeshifter is conniving to divide the nation in two To save the Taj Mahal Mehrunisa must overcome a prejudiced police and battle her inner demons as she sifts the multiple strands that lead to the conspirator. After a day long deliberation on whether I should write a review for this book or not I finally decided to put my thoughts on it Actuall