- Reading level: 12+ years
- Paperback: 52 pages
- Publisher: TreeShade Books (25 December 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8193642465
- ISBN-13: 978-8193642467
- Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 25.4 x 4.7 cm
- Customer Reviews: 207 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,514 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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1. Poor writing skills. The whole book felt like some high school student participating in a story competition. Poor choice of words, sentence structure.
2. Lack of insight. The book was supposed to be a suspense thriller. But felt like half erotic, that too was not justified. Writer didn't conveyed any emotions at all.
3. Plot was about reincarnation and 'godly' humans. Depiction of character, even the main ones was completely out of sense. You are going to literally burn the book if you hear "I am half god, human" in every paragraph.
4. Nothing compared to Dan Brown's books. No edge of seat moments. You can always guess what's going to happen.
5. I am never going to buy any book from this author. He is a successful entrepreneur. Nowadays everyone gotta gimmick that every then and now anyone could write a book and self proclaim to be a national best-selling author in their portfolio. Whoever rated this above 3 stars might be paid to do so.
6. Before you think that I am a paid anti-fan of this author, let's hear my suggestions. I consider these to be some of best works in suspense genre..
1. Before I go to sleep
2. Da Vinci code , Angels and demons (Dan Brown)
3. Girl with dragon tattoo
4. Crooked kingdom / six of crows
5. Pet sematary (S. King)
Delivery and packing and page quality are only good things. Story is bad mixture of other mythologies.
The character of Vivaswan Pujari is great. The nation/ home created by hardwork cannot be left in the hands of corrupt and over jealous. It has been turmoiled but he is not responsible for curse by Saptarishi....It iwas Pujaris own people who turned him down. People suffer for their own actions, Great man suffers due to action of such people. Though it is a fiction but the myth is true it is the daughters who could be the queen and son could be King and not the daughter in law or the son in law. If we look around the present days world, the longest ruling royals are British where the Queen is the daughter and even dynasty of North Korean, Young Monarch who is ruling King. There is always a thin line of hope ...a hope to reverse the curse.. Possibly a means to throw the corrupt and dishonest be ousted from this earth and not be allowed to come to this earth again. Earth ....A home of Devtas.A Hope to recreate Harrapa again.. Must read.
But credit must be given for an honest attempt and i feel he's done enough to make a wait for fourth novel ( Yes, there is more!) worth it.
Strictly a one time read.
Also, the box cover was slightly ripped on receipt, but this is a minor quibble.