Today, in an all new session of THE READING ROOM, we are going to review Lucifer’s Lungi by Nitin Sawant
An atheist city-slicker unleashed on a medieval holy village. A simpleton village priest’s boy who blindly worships and guards a pantheon of Gods and Their traditions. Strange things happen when their worlds collide! This is a tale of that turmoil on a lonely night in a jungle, when the ghosts you never knew till a few hours ago are let loose on the ghosts that you always carried within, unknowingly. Welcome to the unholy clash of beliefs, fears and frailties with unknown Gods and demons. A clash that will test your convictions. A clash that will rabidly claw and unmask your subconscious, leaving you naked and paralyzed in front of your demons – in a climax that is as ambiguous as it is certain… Welcome to the madness of ‘Lucifer’s Lungi’… where What-You-See-Is-NOT-What-You-Get…
To be very true with my feelings, the book is a gem for a reader of any taste. The blurb and the book cover are intoxicating. We can actually relate clearly to what the author wants us to imagine. The narration is very simple and impressive and it will successfully implant the thrill and curiosity in the mind of any average reader. It depicts a typical yet mood driving environment withsome excellent use of words and let me also tell you that the author made his debut with this creatively satisfying book. For some people the thrill part might be an easy guess still, it cannot be entirely denied that Lucifer’s Lungi is a stand apart and excellently executed work.
Title: Lucifer’s Lungi
Author: Nitin Sawant
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So here we come to an end to today’s session of Reading Room
Reviewed By: Rahul Marar (Team WordBite)