This blog is a part of self discovery, a symbol of my passion for writing - my madness, an attempt to be a part of the 'Write-A-Thon'. This is my space - beyond the judgement of others. Here, I dabble mostly in romance, poetry, shayari, book reviews, social issues that bother me and trending topics (venturing out of my comfort zone) with a dash of personal insights about life - an entertaining fiction itself!
Friday, 26 October 2018
Book Review #112 : God of The Sullied
"God of the
Sullied" is one of the most intriguing works of fiction that I have come across recently. It will take you
down a rollercoaster ride as the pages reveal the mystery enhanced
by Gaurav Sharma's engaging writing style. There are a lot of plots and twists
along with fantastic characters in this book. The storyline is gripping. This book gives you a taste of Hindu medieval
timeline. An un-put-down-able fiction, "God of the Sullied" is a pacy read for all mythology buffs!
"God of the sullied" is the
first book in which Eklavya is the protagonist. Eklavya was the
boy who severed his right hand thumb and gave it to Dronacharya as his
Gurudakshina. Apart from this, we hardly know anything about him. In this book,
author Gaurav Sharma has re-imagined and executed everything.Reimagining and writing about a mythological character
is not an easy work. But the ease with which the author has reimagined everything
Use of easy and lucid
language makes it enjoyable to read. The narration is also good. Editing of the
book is tight and absolutely perfect. This book has made my mind visualize
every description made by the author. The book is well researched & takes you
to the heights of excitement.
VERDICT : This book is truly
a captivating novel with each page and character building up interest in the book.Will surely recommend! TIP: Preferably try finishing the book in one go.
Keep writing, Gaurav Sharma.Kudos to you. Looking forward to reading you more.
Disclaimer: I received the book from the
author asking me to review this book. I read the blurb, which seemed
intriguing, and I accepted his offer, in exchange of an honest review.