Wednesday, 7 June 2017

#BookReview: Chronux by Sagar Kamath

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This is the story TIME wants to tell us...this is the story of Chronux.

Chronux is the debut book by author Sagar Kamath. Chronux was published on 9th March 2017 by Become Shakespeare. Com. It is a fiction philosophy book. The cover page of the book is blue in colour having the title of the book written in bold red colour making it very attractive and catch to the eyes.

During our more 'Philosophical' moments...we have all wondered about 'Time'...its true nature...and its impact on us! But what if?...'Time'...had similar concerns...about us? Chronux is a long book divided into six episodes each having about 20-25 chapters dealing with different eras. It starts from the story of a small village of Aruhu in the Himalayan foothills in which a stranger arrives.

Chronux is a very beautifully written book having a blend of past, present and future. The book is very well researched by the author having elements of science, fiction, history and philosophy. The book is written in a simple language. At some points technical words as well as graphics are used. The book takes a reader to different places like foothills of Himalayas, Hiroshima Nagasaki etc. The book revolves around time which is the main element of everybody.

Overall, a very different read having element of past, present and future together making it a  thrilling and an engaging book. This book is highly recommended to everybody.

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Sagar Kamath

Sagar Kamath teaches History and International Affairs at Symbiosis International University. With a Masters in History and Philosophy and over 9 years of experience in the teaching sector, he has lectured extensively on subjects ranging from global history to modern day geopolitics and specializes in issues of religion and politics. An avid storyteller, he has spent years researching humanity’s intricate interplay with the natural world, and believes that events like World War II serve to highlight the best and the worst, we as a species are capable of.In his free time, Sagar loves to explore ‘off-the-beaten-track’ locales that have a sense of mystique about them.

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