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Sultan of Delhi
Sultan of Delhi: Ascension | Arnab Ray
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When a path is forged in blood, it is hard to find peace. The son of a penniless refugee from Lahore, Arjun Bhatia has worked his way up from being an arms smuggler in the badlands of Uttar Pradesh to the most influential power-broker in Delhi. But when the shadows of the past of a friend he has lost forever and of a woman he can never be with finally catch up to him, Arjun finds himself fighting the biggest battle of his life. For at stake is not just his iron hold over the government, but something even greater his family...and his soul. Spanning five decades and two generations, Sultan of Delhi: Ascension is an explosive saga of ambition, greed, love and passion.
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Parvez
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Gripping storyline spanning the Indian historical landmarks from 1947 independence, 1972 Bangladesh war , emergency. Arnab manages to weave multiple narratives , deep characters with a good balance of English and local langauge.

Look forward to the part 2 edition of this story

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Parvez
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freya3377
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Arnab Ray has delivered a complex plot simply, without any unnecessary complexities. He draws a detailed background, each place and setting adding to the tale, making it feel all too real. The characters bring this novel to life and the women are given equal strength and voice in the narrative. Fast paced and tight, the language and writing style is very Hinglish, with a lot of cuss words. This is a book waiting to become a full masala movie!