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Book review | The Curse of Anuganga by Harini Srinivasan

The Curse Of Anuganga
Author: Harini Srinivasan
No. of pages: 280
Genre: Crime Thriller, Suspense, Historical fiction
Published by: TreeShade Books
Published on: 28th April 2019
Format: Paperback
My rating: ★★★☆☆
Circa 403 C.E. In the thriving city of Nandivardhana, lives Shaunaka, a young man who yearns to go to Pataliputra to see the world and make his fortune. But he is forced to join his father's jewellery making business and soon finds himself in the workshop — a job in which his heart clearly did not lie. Thankfully, along comes distraction in the form of two extravagant Weddings — royal nuptials at the palace and another wedding at the extravagant corner house in the Buddhist quarter of the city. This house, known for its opulence and sheer size, is owned by Vinayashura, an affluent trader fabled to have mysteriously deep connection to the royal family. Shaunaka is given the charge to work on the bride's jewellery at the corner house, but instead of the mundane task at hand, a…

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