- Reading level: 15.00+ years
- Paperback: 240 pages
- Publisher: Think Tank Books; First edition (1 July 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8193620445
- ISBN-13: 978-8193620441
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.5 x 20.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 53 customer reviews
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- #98 in Indian Writing (Books)
God of the Sullied: The Sullied Warrior Duology (Book 1) Paperback – 1 Jul 2019
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A scion of the Ikshvaku dynasty took birth in Kali Yuga, who would later be tested by Kismet and Karma. Right from being deemed as ‘sullied’ and out-casted by his villagers to meeting good people of the kingdom of Rudraputra and making friends, there was a kaleidoscopic shift, albeit a harsh one, in the life of the protagonist, Eklavya. There comes the point when he hit a low period in life and no longer cares whether there’s light at the end of the tunnel. Did he thrive regardless of adversities or did he succumb to the darkness within and outside? Only the ‘God of the Sullied’ would know!
**PRAISE FOR 'GOD OF THE SULLIED'**
‘Fast-paced, intriguing and engaging, this story is a complete page-turner.’ - The New Indian Express
‘It is not often that writers manage to make the mythic interesting in modern times. Sharma’s ‘God of the Sullied’, excels in bringing a paced narrative that compels readers to leaf through the pages till the very end. It’s a sure shot page-turner.’ - Deccan Chronicle
‘A classic, timeless work that sheds light on the ancient Indian philosophy and history. It’s a gripping tale that is laced with freshly brewed twists and turns that keep the reader hooked till the last page.’ - United News of India
‘A fascinating foray into loss, grief, deception and self-identity in a real and raw fashion. A fiction thriller so gripping in its action and so convincing in its accuracy that arithmetic appears gloomy.’ - Femonomic.com
‘God of the Sullied will take you down a rollercoaster ride as the pages reveal the simplistic mystery enhanced by Sharma’s engaging writing style.’ - StarWords India
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It is story of Eklavya , who is scion of ikshvaku and born in a rare condition of planet. Eklavya has to gone through different phases of life , as a child who lost his mother at the moment he was born , lost his father and status after returning from gurukul , suffered as a sullied village boy. Then he fight back and became a brave warrior and a learned scholar with single minded focus starts off well but loses its charm after a bit. The character of Eklavya doesn’t really evolve. He remains consistent as a person. He fought back every challenge, faced each challenge which life thrown at him at different phases of life. And finally he became ruler of ikshvaku clan . A thrilling book with a gripping story line .
A must read !!
The narration and figures of incidents are remarkable. Glossary of terms, in the beginning of the book, was helpful to understand the Sanskrit words used in the book.
I recommend finishing the book in single go. Great work by Gaurav Sharma!
Gaurav uses what he does not say to emphasis what he means; which is any author’s dream forte. Like his use of Mohammed and Mahavir to convey significant messages.
Overall, the book is a good and easy read. Recommended reading for those into period and mythology books.