‘Call of Angels’ is a novel for readers who are willing to explore the boundaries of harsh reality and fiction – a combination that will stretch their imagination and emotions, as Rasna fights to survive amidst personal and natural adversities, through which there is one constant factor – Marks and Rasna’s unwavering and unconditional love.
As COVID-19 ravages the world and the daily death toll rises, Rasna is reminded of another time and place when she had been caught in a somewhat similar cataclysmic occurrence.
The lockdown creates a backdrop to flashbacks in which Rasna relives the Tsunami of 2004 which had swamped the world. She, with her family, had been on vacation in Sri Lanka when the tsunami had struck, and so had consequently become entangled in natures web of disaster in which she had not only lost but also become reunited with loved ones.
Whilst reading the Call of Angels, you will walk alongside Rasna and Kirti her sister, as they pit their strength against not only their convictions and resilience against natural tragedy, but also against their personal convictions, mystery, treachery, betrayal and involvement in the ongoing political unrest.