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The Human Trinity
Yogy Singhal
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The Human Trinity

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Chris is an archaeologist working on a link between Maya civilization and Aztec civilization of Mexico and the mythological Naga people of India. His father went missing just before his birth. Armed with a clue found in his father's copy of the Ramayana, he arrives India. Visiting different sites mentioned in the clue, he unravels the truth behind the myths and also gets ...more
Hardcover, 212 pages
Published November 15th 2013 by Partridge Publishing (Authorsolutions)
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Soumyabrata Sarkar
Jul 20, 2015 Soumyabrata Sarkar rated it liked it
The overall plot, laced with action,thrill and frequent doses of mythology is what makes you flip the pages, but its devoid of any real-drama or fiction that makes you cheer for any of the character in the near about 200 pages of The Human Trinity.

Researched? Yes.
Meticulously? Yes.
Yet the author is somewhere unable to tie all the threads together. The emotions reflected by the characters inhabiting the novel comes as caricature-ish, as almost everyone of them talks in single monologue and in the
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