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Mystery of the Will [Kindle Edition]

Sanjeev Jha
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Book Description

A hacker in Bangalore is battling depression. He has been without job for four years now and his latest start-up has just been shut by the Government. The idea of going back to a day job does not appeal to him because he hated his last job at a prestigious American MNC with a passion.

That is when A lawyer arrives with a mysterious will from his grandfather that contains just an envelope, a key and a puzzle

Tower-13 of first telegraph is your next Jaunt
ASB/Chapter-8 near Dead CM has what you want

Why would someone's grandfather spend *one crore* (Ten millions) for the custody of a cryptic message? First he is irritated but then the problem solving hacker in him takes over.

As he tries to unravel the mystery, he finds himself in the midst of a two thousand year old secret that has the potential to destroy the society. He journeys across India, working on the clues in old cemetery of Calcutta, The Jain temples of Khajuraho and temples with mathematical symbols in Chennai. Puzzles when solved, reveal new puzzles, the sort of recursive pattern set in the spirit of Arabian nights.

Along the way he realizes the richness of India history. The rich history of Calcutta that can rival old European towns like Florence and London, the world renowned university of Nalanda that flourished before Cambridge and Oxford, the Jain legends and common motifs like the eight auspicious symbol across the cultures.

He is assisted by his girl friend who is a trained classical dancer, her mother, who retired as a librarian, his colleague from workplace and the best Indology expert who is living a quiet life in Bangalore. The characters complement each other. The young bring the energy and can-do attitude while the old bring knowledge and patience.

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  • File Size: 404 KB
  • Print Length: 191 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BI2AE3C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,465,225 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This author's debut novel is a really good cloak and dagger, lost, mystery.... There no typos, or sentence structuring problems. It has an intriguing plot, background history, and beautiful detailed visualizations, of India, Calcutta, and of ancient temples, such as, Khajuraho, which is one of India's seven wonders. I became engrossed with the story and actually felt like I was on a vacation, taking a guided tour with these 3 main characters, while they searched for clues........
I was about 3/4 done, when I realized I still did not know what the 3 characters looked like. Character development is a key essential to any short story or novel, especially if you reading about another culture..... Nothing, hair color, tall, short, not even a scar or wrinkle, so I couldn't even determine there age, to say that this is for Y/A, adult readers or both...............

You meet Gautam, JK, Amrita, who are two males and female, that have a old tube key, a handwritten letter with codes, and one is the heir to the "Mystery of the Will".... If solved they may just unlock something equivalent to, "Pandora's Box", if it falls into the wrong hands...............
The three friends are unaware that this secret, is also being searched for decades, by very powerful people.....

(So, for readers, I am an honest reviewer..... I could not give this story *1-2 stars, because it would have meant that I hated it and I didn't, I finished the entire story. I needed to see what doors opened with that key and the danger behind them....... *4 stars to me, is really good with a few typos...... *5 stars is perfection in every way.......
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