The 3rd book of trilogy is here.. And yes it has the most befitting end to the series…
If you have read The Immortals of Meluha and The Secret of the Nagas then you definitely might’ve already bought this book by now. If not then what are you waiting for? Buy it!! Others, buy all the three books now!
EVIL HAS RISEN.
ONLY A GOD CAN STOP IT.
Fight against evil continues.. Realizing what is evil and how it is dealt with forms the core of the story.
Reader is grasped by the events unfolding. (It is recommended to keep Book 2 nearby, just in case.. :P)
When one uses their imagination rightly to combine archaeology, history, mythology and science to write a book.. you get a pretty good book to read! That’s just what author has been able to achieve!…
Pace of story is just apt almost throughout, though tends to slow its pace at certain areas.
But then detailing given to the battle sequences (some are a bit lengthy), locations etc is brilliant.There are instances when reader is elevated to a state of joy, sadness, respect etc., as if he feels for the characters in the book.
There are some lighter moments, some parts that makes you think, some moments even enthralls you, even might give you goosebumps!
Book provides nuances on life, love, human emotions, devotion, principles, faith, courage and so on.
I will definitely appreciate author for his study carried out including historical, geographical and cultural backgrounds of what would have been during those ages. His assumptions and possible scientific reasoning that would’ve been in use, is thought provoking (I didn’t find any problem in relating those comparisons 🙂 ). Religious ideologies of Zoroastrianism and Hinduism is put forward to reciprocate on one’s purpose in life by the author (who have been an atheist for sometime of his life’s journey.)
Mortal beings are subjected to emotions. And in midst of emotions one takes steps that decides his or her fate. Shiva characterization is complete. However Sati steals the show! (hmmm.. Now talk about women empowerment.).
I am not that fully satisfied considering: involvement of “Vayuputras” to the extent that the book’s title reflects; some particular characters were given significance in initial buildup but never reached anywhere; and with the end (author could’ve made it hmm… lets say a bit more thrilling.)
Nevertheless a good read! My Rating: 4/5
For all those who would like to buy the book, buy it quick… and for those who do not intend to buy the book and needs to know the story check-in here
PS: The end cites what Author Amish is possibly planning to write about next… 🙂
PPS: Karan Johar ll ve huge trouble to work out the movie 🙂