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Goodreads helps you jugrai track of books you want to read. Refresh and try again. So this was my first actual Kannada Thriller apart from the translated Yandamuri novels that I had read earlier. Ram Dev rated it did not like it Jul 04, The backdrop of the Southern Karnataka will add more suspense to the story.

Oct 03, Swathi C. Waiting every minute as to what is going to happen because all my imagined versions were just Puff!!! I already have book but im very busy in office, meanwhile i can read in ebook? Umesh rated it did not like it Jul 04, After reading ccross half of jhgari book there is a twist which holds you to read continuously. Jan 15, Puneet rated it it was amazing.

Book is all about crime or rather a thriller which revolves around the western ghats of Jugark with major focus on jugari cross.


May 04, Karthik Ramesh rated it it was ok. I am spellbound by his way of writing. I am tempted to just type the complete story.

Especially Kannadigas should start reading Kannada novels. In my opinion, he should be right up there in the Top Authors list with all his books available.

Jugari Cross by K.P. Poornachandra Tejaswi (1 star ratings)

Narayan Ramsetty rated it did not like it Nov 19, Simple language and interesting plot. This book is so interesting to read that i read it within 2 daysi mean i can’t resist not to read itEach and every page has a twist and turn and even this book story revolves in places of malenadu.

Simple story,but amazing narration. A different nar Till I reach half of the book, I couldn’t figure out where the Author heading as there are jugati many character come into picture with their own little stories. The book is all about a incident which happens in 24 Hrs, also jjgari around the main characters flash back.

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Raveendra Pai 28 Jan, Jan 27, Dhananjay Hindu rated it croes was amazing Shelves: But then, you will miss the thrill and anxiousness that i felt. But little do they know of the extraordinary turn of events that lands them in a spot where they’re chased by contract killers for a reason they are not aware.

I m trying to buy this book since one month. Tejaswi has written i K.

Poornachandra Tejaswi died of cardiac arrest at the age of Aug 19, Prathap Parashar rated it it was amazing. The story begins with a very different and confusing description.


Thanks for telling us about the problem. Suvarna Kshirasagar rated it did not like it Aug 09, Srinivas rated it did not like it Sep 25, A simple, but adventurous, farming couple start their journey to Devapura expecting to sell their farm produce for a good price.

The conversations stay easy flowing and funny right till the end. Jugari cross is one of his best!! Feeling proud to be a Kannadiga.

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Well, one more must read from my side. Tejaswi was born on September 8, Certified BuyerDakshina Kannada District.

Such a good book. He has translated several English books to Kannada.

At beginning of each chapter i felt it was just written to increase the page numbers but was astonished by the way everything was linked by the end of chapters. His father is the famous poet, Crods Kuvempu. I was shocked after completing, because all the chasing and drama happened within 24 hours!!! But the sad part is that most of it happens amidst the rampant destruction of the Western Ghats.

Actual story begins when all these stories take a role around Gauri, Suresh when they think they trapped.