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Rise of the Soul-Transferors

and the Tale of Shri Adi Shankaracharya
Aaditya Vardhan
Type: Print Book
Genre: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Price: ₹449 + shipping
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A twenty-four-year-old Aditi Mukherjee realizes that through deep meditation she is able to transfer her soul into the body of any other person in her proximity for a limited amount of time. Her friends Nura and Cyrus help her to use her abilities to eliminate crime and corruption. Along the way she also has to deal with moral and ethical questions regarding the use of her powers.

Meanwhile, in Mumbai, Robin Pinto’s car collides with another vehicle. After the collision Robin finds himself in the body of a nearby beggar and discovers the corpses of his family and himself near the crashed car. Days later, he gets reason to believe that the collision was no accident. He must find out the one responsible for his family’s death while dealing with the curse of constantly switching from the body of one person to another, with no body of his own.

Millennia before these events Shri Adi Shankaracharya, learns to exercise similar soul-transfer powers. But what connects these three?

About the Author

This is Aaditya Vardhan's first novel.

Book Details

ISBN: 9789355668332
Number of Pages: 302
Dimensions: 6.00"x9.00"
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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AuthorsMindset 2 months, 1 week ago

Fresh and Gripping

After the second chapter I just couldn't put this book down. The story starts with a girl names Aditi Mukherjee and her friend Nura. Nura is a strong character and I wish there was more of her in the book. Aditi and Nura's adventures are more "episodic" .Every alternate chapter tells the story of Robin Pinto, who unlike Aditi has a more personal purpose to use his powers.
Two things I loved the most: (i) The twist; and (ii) The tale of Shri Adi Shankar.
If you love historical fiction, this book is a must-read

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