The Rozabal Line
|Title:||The Rozabal Line||Publisher:||Westland|
|No. of Pages:||374|
The book surely adds a new dimension to the story of Jesus. Tries to connect dots but its a roller coaster, you never know what is the motivation behind acts of the actors. Mid-way to the book, it may be confusing but grips you so well that you'll be looking towards the end of the story. Not as gripping as other books by Ashwin, may be because I did not know much about history of Christianity.
A boring book... The reviews were...wow, so amazing. People were comparing this book with [book:The Da Vinci Code|968] and the author with [author:Dan Brown|630]. I was so tempted to read it. All the book contained is a collection of myths of different religion which points out that jesus was not killed in the cruxifixion, but lived lived and died in India and supported Sacred Feminine with some more myths. The book was so confusing. All the myths were connected using a fictious story, who confused me even more. The book would have been good, if it had only the last 25 pages. The last 25 pages of story is what was clear to me, the rest was a pure mess. It might be used a myth-reference-guide, if didnt have that fictious story through out...