The Rhythm of Riddles Three Byomkesh Bakshi Mysteries Saradindu Bandyopadyay s immortal detective Byomkesh Bakshi has enjoyed immense popularity for several decades From being a household name in the Calcutta of s when he first created to a popular

  • Title: The Rhythm of Riddles: Three Byomkesh Bakshi Mysteries
  • Author: Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay Arunava Sinha Dibakar Banerjee
  • ISBN: 9788184756968
  • Page: 163
  • Format: ebook
  • Saradindu Bandyopadyay s immortal detective Byomkesh Bakshi has enjoyed immense popularity for several decades From being a household name in the Calcutta of 1930s, when he first created, to a popular face on TV in the 1990s, Byomkesh along with his friend cum foil Ajit is perhaps the best loved of India s literary detectives This collection brings together three of hisSaradindu Bandyopadyay s immortal detective Byomkesh Bakshi has enjoyed immense popularity for several decades From being a household name in the Calcutta of 1930s, when he first created, to a popular face on TV in the 1990s, Byomkesh along with his friend cum foil Ajit is perhaps the best loved of India s literary detectives This collection brings together three of his classic whodunnits From a murder in a boarding house with too many suspects to a mystery with a supernatural twist, and then busting a black marketeering ring in rural bengal, these stories take the super sleuth to different locales on his quest for truth, and bring out his ingenuity and astuteness Translated into English for the first time by award winning translator Arunava Sinha, the breathless pace and thrilling plots of these action packed adventures will win Byomkesh a new genertion of admirers.

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    1. 2.5/5 This book contains 3 Byomkesh short-stories translated from Bengali. Surprisingly, the first of the three is the worst crime-fiction I have ever read. The second story had supernatural elements and was genuinely good, the third was decent. The writing style is a but dry.I have been reading Satyajit Ray's Feluda omnibus for d past 3-4 days and decided to pick this one up from d library for more of the same and a little change too. But, Feluda stories r better. Will try few more stories of B [...]

    2. After reading this anthology have really nice stories of Byomkesh bakshi. First Indian detective that has gain respect in bengal and after series on DD all over India. Stories are even better than series, tv or cinema has certain limitations but words give free rien to your imagination. Have been admirer of English and scandinavian detective fiction but fell in love with this indian detective fiction because to read whole thing in indian milieu is nice experience. So avid detective fiction reade [...]

    3. Thoroughly enjoyed it, even though I'd watched the DoorDarshan episodes of at least 2 of these mysteries, following them with Byomkesh Babu in such detail was great. BB remains to this day, my favourite detective :)

    4. Three Byomkesh stories:1. The Rhythm of Riddles: A man dies in building Byomkesh lives while he is away. where is the murderer in the brown shawl whom people saw? Two people, including Ajit, were wearing brown shawl at the time of murder.2. Byomkesh and Barada: There's a murder conducted inside a fort. Thereafter, the house in fort is considered to be haunted. There have been multiple ghost sightings that even skeptics are believing it. Is there really a ghost? (Personally I wasn't satisfied wit [...]

    5. Good enough but the translations of Sreejata Guha were superior, in the 'Menagerie' and 'Picture Imperfect' books. Also, the book seemed to be geared toward children, which is very strange, if you ask me. Byomkesh's stories are NOT meant to be children fables, they have dark undertones.

    6. Average Translation, repeated use of the sir name "babu" is annoying . if you havent read Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay you have to give a try

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