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A Dance of Death Key Features Dark, intriguing, the story woven around black magic will hold you under its spell One of the few books figuring the category of original, pulp fiction About the Book The Dance of Death Sometimes life doesn t end in death it casts its shadowon the next life too Find out how Three stories one of a demi god, a Swamiji on trial for murdering hisfollowers, the other, of a young law graduate, racked by nightmares andFits, and that of a judge whose entire family is threatened because he ispresiding on the Swami s case come together in strange ways andraise a few questions Where is the Swami s wife, the only witness to the case Why does theyoung man not respond to treatment Why does every judge die or leavesoon after he takes up the Swamiji s case The mystery slowly begins to unravel as the story progresses and outtumbles a shocking tale of horror, black magic and hypnotism About the Author Manna Bahadur Manna Bahadur is a writer, poet, scriptwriter and Painter She has writtenand compered various programs on television and held several exhibitionsof her paintings She lives in Delhi ❮Read❯ ➪ I Blame The Scapegoats Author John O& – Kleankitchen.co.uk intriguing [PDF / Epub] ☁ Beneath the Earth By John Boyne – Kleankitchen.co.uk the story woven around black magic will hold you under its spell One of the few books figuring the category of original [PDF] ⚣ Gagged ✯ Richard Asplin – Kleankitchen.co.uk pulp fiction About the Book The Dance of Death Sometimes life doesn t end in death it casts its shadowon the next life too Find out how Three stories one of a demi god ❆ Aristocrats kindle Epub ❤ Author Stella Tillyard – Kleankitchen.co.uk a Swamiji on trial for murdering hisfollowers ❮Read❯ ➳ A Dark and Twisted Tide (Lacey Flint, ➶ Author Sharon J. Bolton – Kleankitchen.co.uk the other [Download] ➾ Wild Horses (Saddle Club, By Bonnie Bryant – Kleankitchen.co.uk of a young law graduate [Reading] ➿ At Sixes And Sevens By Rosie Harris – Kleankitchen.co.uk racked by nightmares andFits [Reading] ➵ Save Rafe! (Middle School ➼ James Patterson – Kleankitchen.co.uk and that of a judge whose entire family is threatened because he ispresiding on the Swami s case come together in strange ways andraise a few questions Where is the Swami s wife ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ The Hand That First Held Mine By Maggie O& ❤ – Kleankitchen.co.uk the only witness to the case Why does theyoung man not respond to treatment Why does every judge die or leavesoon after he takes up the Swamiji s case The mystery slowly begins to unravel as the story progresses and outtumbles a shocking tale of horror ❰Reading❯ ➺ Ghost Light Author Joseph O& – Kleankitchen.co.uk black magic and hypnotism About the Author Manna Bahadur Manna Bahadur is a writer ❮KINDLE❯ ➜ LDN Graffiti ❤ Author Joe Epstein – Kleankitchen.co.uk poet ❰Download❯ ➾ Sworn to Silence Author Brendan Boland – Kleankitchen.co.uk scriptwriter and Painter She has writtenand compered various programs on television and held several exhibitionsof her paintings She lives in Delhi


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  1. Suhail Suhail says:

    THE DANCE OF DEATH BOOK REVIEWThe DEATH Of a Book My Rating 1 2Author Manna Bahadur s book, THE DANCE OF DEATH is the perfect example of a potentially good work gone awry The story, set in the Patna of 1976 about a capable and dedicated High Court judge presiding over the much hyped case of the mysterious God man, Daataa Anand, whose trial ignites interest in a reluctant college student named Kishen Das, has all the ingredients for the perfect pot boiler Bahadur commences confidently cr THE DANCE OF DEATH BOOK REVIEWThe DEATH Of a Book My Rating 1 2Author Manna Bahadur s book, THE DANCE OF DEATH is the perfect example of a potentially good work gone awry The story, set in the Patna of 1976 about a capable and dedicated High Court judge presiding over the much hyped case of the mysterious God man, Daataa Anand, whose trial ignites interest in a reluctant college student named Kishen Das, has all the ingredients for the perfect pot boiler Bahadur commences confidently creating a gripping atmosphere of suspense and intrigue in adequate doses to keep the reader hooked on while dealing deftly with the track where Justice Shankar s family is threatened by unknown assailants who vow revenge and warn his family of dire consequences in case their cult leader is sentenced to death in charge of murder and manslaughter.But alas What begins as an exhilarating joyride ends with several hiccups and plenty of unnecessary and self imposed speed breakers And the blame for this downward swing doesn t just rest solely on the shoulders of Ms Bahadur but the publishers Penguin as well With various editorial errors involving penning down Keep instead of Keeps or writing One instead of Once , the publishing houses not only mars the steady momentum that has been gradually built but disappoints hugely since such lapses in the editorial work are unbecoming of a reputed publishing house like Penguin.But if you thought that the misery had endedthink again The publishers callously mention the track of a young law graduate tormented with ghastly dreams in the book s blurb while the actual story paints an entirely different picture with the storyteller clearly elucidating the student to have nothing to do with law at all Penguin should be cautious in what they publish or else the day wouldn t be far when actual law students shall drag them to court on charges of fraud.While reading a book, one can easily become aware of the author s ideology and preferences and it seems that Bahadur has used the book as an excuse to vent her ire on Mrs Indira Gandhi by setting the book during the emergency period and using the judge s character to staunchly oppose the ideologies propagated by India s first woman Prime Minister Now, I don t say that authors relinquish the right to profess their personal thoughts via their characters, but the problem with this novel is that it stretches the episode too far and may I add, unnecessarily By doing so, the author ends up galling not only Indira Gandhi s supporters but also those who may have opposed her, for this particular storyline feels extremely contrived and disappoints those who were looking forward to a competent story they were promised in the blurb rather than a monotonous political debate instead.To make matters worse, the novel, 190 pages in length could have and rather should have been trimmed down to notthan 120 pages, for the author over here too, bores us with repetitive 3 page monologues on how nice a man Judge Shankar is or how terrible a man Daataa Anand is, in almost every alternate chapter which not only slows down the narrative pace but also questions the intellectual ability of the readers Plus, Judge Shankar s family members keep on making appearances out of the blue without a proper introduction as if the Judge and his wife were in the possession of a child vending machine that could introduce any character at any moment and then completely do away with them as suddenly as they had appeared However, the most glaring error in the book is where the author mentions Kishen Das to have been 12 years old when his mother expired and just a few pages later, Bahadur informs us that Kishen Das mother left for her heavenly abode when the lad was all of 5 years of age To be fair to the author, the book does gather some of its lost momentum towards the last 50 pages of the book and tries to reignite the reader s interest The climax may be riveting, but nullifies the very notion of centring the story around a court case since one would generally expect the use of intellect in overcoming the opponent s mind games and strategies but the author simply opts for the easiest way out and if she had to do what she ultimately did, Bahadur could have ended her book in the very first chapter itself Thus the book s narrative oscillates between the good to the average to the downright frustrating and monotonous that ultimately leaves the reader with a lot to desire An engaging plot, believable characters, and an emotional ending coupled with occasional spelling errors, a partially misleading blurb, a slow narrative, and disastrous editing make Manna Bahadur s THE DANCE OF DEATH seem like an appetising toffee that ultimately leaves a bitter sweet taste in the mouth Reviewed By SUHAIL MATHUR


  2. Sundarc Sundarc says:

    I really hooked upto this book but ending was boring I didn t expect it.


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