#blurb: Amudha is a Ph.D. scholar, practically living in her research lab, leading an uneventful life. Amudha’s life takes an adventurous turn, when she finds a puzzle in an old Mathematics book. Surprisingly, the puzzle has nothing to do with Mathematics. Amudha embarks on a journey to solve the enigma. Every twist and turn in her journey is filled with suspense and surprises. The journey challenges and threatens Amudha. Whenever Amudha solves a part of the puzzle, a new one presents itself. Will Amudha solve the puzzle? How far does the rabbit hole go? What awaits her at the end of it? Will Amudha be the same person if she comes out of it? Read on Magic Square for answers.
Author: Salini Vineeth
I would like to thank Half Baked Beans for providing me with a review copy
My review: 🌟🌟🌟🌟.5/5
The story is about Amudha, a Phd scholar who is not much interested in her research but decided to pursue it as she did not have any other career choice. Dheeraj is Amudha’s neighbor in the lab who sacrificed a job to do research but their guide Prof. Murthy is not at all cooperative because of which they are facing a lot of difficulties to complete their paper. One day Prof. Murthy gives Dheeraj some difficult problems to solve whose results Dheeraj manages to discover in an old book solved by L V Sreenivasan. At the end of the book Amudha discovers a poem written in Tamil which intrigues her. She decides to go on a journey to discover the briliiant mathematician L V Sreenivasan who doesn’t have any mention on the internet. Will she be able to find Sreenivasan? Why no one knows about such a genius mind? Pick up this ebook and join Amudha on her trip to find Sreenivasan..
The book is short and fast paced. The writing is easy and flawless with an intriguing plot which keeps you hooked till the end. There is an element of thrill and suspense which makes the story all the more enthralling. The hard work and dedication of Amudha to find Sreenivasan makes you root for her. The characters are well portrayed and the style of narration is impressive. It’s a simple yet engaging tale and if you want to read a short but fascinating story I would highly recommend you to pick up this book.