- Mass Market Paperback: 264 pages
- Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing; First edition (2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9788172344818
- ISBN-13: 978-8172344818
- ASIN: 8172344813
- Package Dimensions: 19.6 x 12.8 x 1.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 13 customer reviews
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#45,521 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #577 in Myths, Legends & Sagas (Books)
The Exiled Prince: The Crystal Guardian Series Book - 1 Mass Market Paperback – Abridged, Audiobook, Box set
Mass Market Paperback, Abridged, Audiobook, Box set
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About the Author
Ravi V is an entrepreneur and innovator in the IT sector in the USA where he has been living since the late 1990s. Though trained as an engineer, Ravi has a keen interest in ancient Indian history and mythology and his first literary venture, The Crystal Guardian Series, is a testimony to this deep abiding passion. Apart from his academic and literary pursuits, Ravi also loves exploring such varied topics as futuristic science, human evolution and cosmology. A globetrotter in the truest sense, he enjoys hiking and snorkelling in different corners of the world and uses these experiences to connect better with the natural world. Of the firm belief that our myths are linked to our evolution as a species, Ravi took about three years to do extensive research on the legends and myths that surround the figure of Rama in order to write this book where he seeks to create a larger-than-life image of this ancient Indian superhero. This book is a testament to his faith and his life. He takes inspiration from JK Rowling, Sidney Sheldon and Dan Brown. Ravi is also a fan of Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku and Carl Sagan.
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This book will refresh the story for the people who forgot about it. It was a refreshment for me.
The only part I Don't like which other people might not agree with me is the excessive use of difficult words which are mostly there is GRE or other similar exams.
Anyway I would love to read the next book of the series and I hope that it will be published fast as I am curious what happens next (since the story is told in different angle).
A wonderful cliffhanger read off late. Has a perfect blend of magic and mystery. The quest of a crystal, weapons using chakras of the body, shapeshifting demons, celestial portals, time travel and what not!!!
A human in the midst of a time traveling sapta rishis who have a purpose to protect the crystal and they lost it!
Words are like magic, vibrates into the mind. Extremely sensual lines of two people indulging in the warm rain and I was lost in it.
Also, the last page, where Rama ponders what happened to Ravan, made me spin, does it mean Ravana is alive?
Rama is alive in british India, so is Ravan alive too ?
The Author has done extensive work in linking bard tales from across India into a thriller, impressive story telling.
Hope this book becomes a movie, it definitely is not the boring Rama tale that I had read and was reluctant about.
Shiva & Krishna can take rest now that Rama is here!
Sita is a late entrant in the book I and just captivates the reader. Hoping to read more of her in the coming books.
Conformists & people who look up Rama as God, may not prefer reading this version, its more designed for the new generation mythology.
Over all, its a good read and very reasonably priced for a flight read.