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I realized that it was much more interesting to learn history through the format of a fiction thriller than to read a non-fiction hypothesis/theory about Jesus having lived in India. "The Rozabal Line" is a work of fiction and should be read as such. Religion, history and factual narrative have been liberally interspersed with the fictional narrative in order to give context and color to the plot.
Unlike most novels, wherever possible, notes have been provided at the end of the book to explain, justify, attribute or acknowledge although it is unnecessary to read these as part of the overall plot.
Beautiful book, must read for all Dan Brown admirers.Published 2 months ago by Samrudha Amit Surana
Though it is a fiction,looks like reality.Its story is gripping and fast moving all through.Published 2 months ago by Palle Raja
The book is good except the last explanation. In same family as the da Vinci code, it uses fictional superimposition on some established historical events. Nice read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rahul Deodhar
It was a really well researched book. Makes me want to go read the references that he has quoted. Very scholarly. Enjoyed it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bhuvana Jaiganesh
I read this book after reading all Ashwin sanghi's other books - chanakya chants, krishna key and the most latest private india. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ganesh
Ashwin has done a good lot of research for his book and the content seems somewhat authentic as far as the historic aspects of Jesus are concerned but the story line is weak, but... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dr Girish Budhrani
Goes all over the place, keeps on building characters but then they loose relevance. Too many conspiracy theories picked up from all over and time goes back and forth so many times... Read morePublished 11 months ago by anand kanwar