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A Mythical Kingdom Legend has it that only those chosen by destiny can gain entry into Shambhala the mythical kingdom believed to hold the ancient wisdom that humanity will need to resurrect itself from the inevitable apocalypse They are the AvatariAn Ancient Artefact When Henry Ashton a retired British Army officer settled in the Yorkshire dales receives a letter from a monk entreating him to prevent a hidden treasure stolen from a Laotian monastery from being misused he finds himself honour bound to respond Assisted by a retired Gurkha Sergeant a high strung mathematician from Oxford with a Shambhala fixation of her own and an American mercenary on the CIAs hit list Ashtons mission leads to an ancient map that dates back to the time of the great Mongol Kublai KhanA Secret that Must Not be Revealed The group follows the trail risking the perils of the inhospitable deserts of Ladakh turmoil in Pakistan and the rugged mountains of Northern Afghanistan where the Afghan War is at its height But they are up against a deadly adversary with seemingly unlimited resources who will stop at nothing to get possession of the anicent secret a secret that if revealed could threaten the very fabric of human civilization


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    It is hard not to like a book like Raghu Srinivasan’s debut novel “The Avatari” For once the thriller genre of Indian literature finally has something to show for something that can be hailed as ‘world class’ when it comes to writing having been disappointed before by the works of Ashwin Sanghi Amish Tripathi the like A book that doesn’t read like a rough first draft fast tracked into publication and full of the usual suspects hackneyed clichés and bad dialogueMostly set in 1986 the story opens with the murder of a Buddhist lama in a monastery We are then transported to Yorkshire England where an Oriental messenger immolates himself while on his way to deliver a letter to retired British Army officer Henry Ashton Urged on by his friend and companion Durga Bahadur a retired Gurkha sergeant Ashton decides to honour a promise he made years ago and respond to the pleas of a Laotian monastery to prevent the hidden treasure of the mythical kingdom of Shambala from falling into the wrong hands This ‘hidden treasure’ is believed to contain the knowledge of the Kaalchakras – the ancient wisdom that humanity would require to resurrect itself from inevitable apocalyptic timesAssisted by Susan Hamilton a mathematician from Oxford and Peter Radigan a young American mercenary on the CIA’s most wanted list they set out on a trail left by the great Mongol emperor Kublai Khan traversing through the inhospitable terrains of the Hindu Kush Karakoram and Ladakh at the height of the Afghan War But they are not alone – monitoring their movements are a powerful adversary with unlimited resources who would stop at nothing to get their hands on this secretDespite getting a mention at the start of this review it seems inevitable that the focus returns to the most glowing positive of this book – the writing itself While Aroon Raman of The Shadow Throne and The Treasure of Kafur fame and Neeraj Pandey author of Ghalib Danger have done a fairly good job in this respect Srinivasan raises the bar a notch above “The Avatari” boasts a huge cast of characters and Srinivasan tries to do justice to all of them and succeeds to a reasonable extentOne point to be noted here is that none of the protagonists or the antagonists are Indian which is quite uncommon and the fact that the colloquialisms do not seem out of place at any point is praiseworthy The setting of the tale in the mid 1980s albeit with the use of occasional flashbacks also makes the whole thing much believableThe only aspect where the plot falters a bit is its thrill quotient The story moves at an even pace throughout and something is always happening but the moments of action – very good when they happen like most of the book – are too few and far between for a novel that is around 500 pages long While no part in the narrative seems as if the writer could’ve done without the amount of thrills on offer would’ve worked better for a compact bookNevertheless Raghu Srinivasan’s “The Avatari” counts among one of the better debut novels by an Indian writer in recent years and so readers of the genre should definitely not give it a miss RecommendedPS I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway I solemnly maintain that my review was in no way influenced by the same