Book review : The last Nomad

Author : Heramb Sukhathankar

Rating : 5 / 5

Genre : suspense, fiction

Review by Shahnila Hassan 

A book that indulges everyone’s interest”

“Another successful book by Heramb”

Writer described very beautifully about each phases of lifestyle. From a slum boy to a modern educated man. A story from a Rahul to Ryan. 
In each stage Ryan’s life became more complicated. Something is there to know. Some part of his life is hideously and he was curious to know about this. Perhaps Nature was playing hide and seek with Ryan.

Although his continues struggle helps him to accomplished his mission and he sorted the secret that lies behind it. 

To know more about the journey of Rahul to Ryan. You must read the book.

Indeed the best suspense fictional story.

I love the story from beginning. No one can imagine where the story takes them. But the bonding of evolution is engrossing. 

The last Nomad” title is very suitable. Before start reading I was confused about the title but now I must say writer described the title in very appropriate way. 


Book description : 

Every moment of Rahul Gite’s childhood has been etched with strange stories: untold stories from the dark and dreary lanes of thriving Shantinagar slum in Bombay. Written by nameless faces out of the thrust for survival, these are stories of love, hate, greed and belief. But everyone despises them; they bring us face to face with life—off guard and will-less. Then there is Ryan Davis, enjoying the ancient myths and legends from his parents, sitting in the drawing room of a well furnished apartment in Sagamihara, Japan—the land of hope. Life in Sagamihara has been nothing short of a fairy tale: streets bathing in the beautiful pink cherry blossoms, autumn leaves floating at the mystical Lake Sagami and gigantic kites magnificently soaring in the skies during the Sagami Giant Kites Festival. Every new day is a story soaked in fantasy, leaving Ryan longing for more. One day by happenstance, Rahul and Ryan meet each other at the crossroads of life. Will they have to let go the stories they have cherished?

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