Publisher : Kabir Munjal (22 October 2022)
Language : English
Paperback : 212 pages
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About the book
It has been seven years since he has lived in the prison of his nightmares, since the incident that changed his life forever. Now, it is time for the troubled warrior, Andahar, to set foot on land again.
At the behest of his brother, a reluctant Andahar must deliver a mysteriously enchanting, bejeweled box to the King of Templetron.
Little does he know, bewitching lands and formidable opponents await him on his expedition from Corcusia to the Mountains of Templetron.
Sometimes we come across a book that meets at the crossroads of fiction and nonfiction. Seeker of nothing by Kabir Munjal is one such. Unlike any other fantasy books, I have read, this unique book shares life lessons while narrating the fascinating adventurous journey of two brothers, Andahar and Ned-har.
The characters are very vibrant and didn’t feel exaggerated. I find Elar the most optimistic person in the book despite his dark past and the sufferings he had to bear at the hands of his former master. Each character got its own light and dark set, and I have enjoyed the multi-faceted nature of our heroes.
In the second part of the book the author primarily focused on healing lessons, talking about how one perceives a situation, good or bad it may be or the choices one makes in their life. In a very simple manner, he drops wisdom on life and thereby motivates one out of the darkness.
The writing is lucid and fast-paced and the author has laid emphasis on the healing journey of the characters. I love the unique approach taken by the author and thus making the reading experience a wholesome one.
About the Author
After he graduated from the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, Kabir returned to India and began working as a third-generation member in his family-owned enterprise. During the following years, despite being immersed in the corporate world, he continued his search for a deeper meaning in life, eventually deciding to move on and follow his inner calling.