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The Invincible Weapon Paperback – Import, 22 Jun 2018
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The plot begins when the sons of the king are summoned by Maharshi Gavistha, a reportedly old rishi who had trained their grandfather. The summonations brings with it an undercurrent of fear, as the prologue trails off and we find Abhi and Kanu in the Gurukul - a new experience for the young princes who have seldom wandered outside palace life. They will be facing enemies who have been attacking Mahadroni, and having the power of being invisible to human eye - their enemies are already way ahead of their capabilities. To counter such an attack, one needs 'The Invincible Weapon'. To know what that is - read this book!
The language is lucid and does not elaborate without purpose. All the characters are well worked upon and do not lack dimension, which is something I appreciate. It is ideal for any age owing to its family friendly concept, and if you want alternatives to usual bedtime stories, this may as well serve the purpose. I only have one complaint against the novel, and that would probably be the climax. For a book so skillfully composed, I failed to enjoy the fate and ending of the novel and probably would have enjoyed something unpredictable. Also, I would demand for more stories within the plot to make it more interesting as a novel. Nevertheless, it makes a great read and I would rate it 3.5 stars out of 5!
Lead character's name is Abhi and he is a student in the Gurukul. Events turn around him and his closed ones. Hiya works as a guide and she later reveals many interesting and important things in the novel. And yeah, let me mention - there is also Ghatotkacha in the novel and like Mahabharata, he fights against the evils...
Very youthful, cheerful and animated writing by Sowmya! Simple sentences and simple words - perfect for the young students and budding minds! Don't forget to read if you are young or don't forget to make your children read if you are a father or a mother!
What an action-packed literary creation this is! I read this novel recently and I certainly find it one of the best children literature I have read. Sowmya's work has a magnet... it's compelling and it's certainly a page-turner!