Book Review: Inkredia - Sarang Mahajan

Inkredia, Luwan of Brida by Sarang Mahajan is a fantasy book filled with creativity and enriched with pages of imagination where humans and nonhumans breathe together in balance, as a seventeen-year-old boy has to make an intrepid choice simply to discover that his danger is far grander than his calculations.

Luwan discovers himself in a momentous danger as the settlement that kept him anodyne all these years can't guard him any longer. Either he can stop and perish or he can go into the precarious domain outside and take an expedition to a conurbation that will save him and his sister.

Nonetheless, that is a virtuous gamble as this expedition itself can eradicate him and as he sets out, he heads into an enigmatic new adversary of an ensemble of well-known murderers that are commonly sent to bring down kinsmen of inordinate command.

Luwan is oblivious why they are after his head, but they don't offer him the indulgence to discover a response to that query. He is flung into an unyielding course athwart a boundless expanse and, as he moves, he crams nearly all the captivating places in Inkredia, and finally has to faces the prodigious might of Ilmor that gives birth to implausible non-humans.

A fascinating book that can be read with ease and with so many fantastic characters that will open the mind of the reader. The language is simple and we read the book with great pleasure. It stimulates critical reflection on the world around us, and leaves the reader many insights on the land of Inkredia!

With imagination and creativity, the author invites us and welcomes us to understand the world of fantasy and above all to learn to face challenges. With fantasy, imagination, creativity, the book possesses all. The world in which the author takes us is something open, sometimes bizarre and strange, inside of which has its own dark forces.

As the title suggests, Inkredia is an incredible land and I find this book an absolute gem, especially for those who love the world of fantasy from the relics, artifacts, design and the magical dark forces. With an extremely simple and understandable language, sometimes ironic, the book is suitable for children as well as adults, and the author will open the mind of the reader.

The book opens our mind, and makes us feel small because the imagination sometimes makes things becoming large that will make you passionate about page after page and that will make you switch off from the outside world, and so I say it is highly recommended for all ages!

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Publisher: Gloryburg • Published: 2017 • ISBN-13: 978-8193365809 • Language: English • Binding: Paperback • Pages: 388