- Paperback: 464 pages
- Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing (10 November 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9388369157
- ISBN-13: 978-9388369152
- Package Dimensions: 19.6 x 12.9 x 4 cm
- Average Customer Review: 53 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #355 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Satyayoddha Kalki: Eye of Brahma (Book 2) Paperback – 10 Nov 2018
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Kevin Missal is a twenty-two year old graduate of St. Stephen’s College. He has previously released the first book of the Kalki Trilogy, Dharmayoddha Kalki: Avatar of Vishnu, which became a National best-seller and received praise from newspapers such as Millennium Post and Sunday Guardian who have termed it as "2017’s mythological phenomenon". Kevin loves reading, watching films, and building stories in his mind. He lives in New Delhi.
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Firstly, it's really hard to gather word's and write review about the book you love. This happened with this book. When I finished first book. I was pretty sure than I'm going to read the 2nd book.
A kingdom is as great as its People without the people there is no kingdom.
You shouldn't real care to be violent son don't we have already have enough of it? We need readers.... Knowledgeable people who could guide us in the right direction
You can have all the strength in the world son but if you don't know how to use it what is the point of it.
Fighter change the outcome of the battle but, a reader can change someone's world by his knowledge
The story is more interesting than book 1. I don't have words to say what I feel. The story start when kalki escaped his execution to kali and started journey towards mahendragiri. The little bit of reference of book 1 is given at the starting pages. The plot is damn good. This is a story with whole lot of political games and fight for right. You will definitely get goosebumps when you are approching to ending.
There are so many characters in this book. Each and every character is well developed and described. The characters and plot is so strong than you cannot judge any of them. Every character has its own story. Koko, vikoko, kalki, kripa, vedanta are my favorite character.
The war between darma and adarma ? Who is the hero and who is the villain of the book? The most beautiful thing is rights for the LGBT community. Kudos to author for addressing such is important topic.
The "eye of brahma" is one of the best thing of this book. The explanation, importants, divided in four part. This is the part of book which keeps you hooked up till the end.
So this are things I can say about the book. The language is easy going. Till 35th chapter It took me 3 days to read but, after that I have finished it in one sitting. This book has love, betrayal, war, friendship, important of knowledge, politics, humor. There are many lessons you can learn from this story.
Overall if you are going to read this keep an eye on ending. There are so many questions unanswered. I'm in the phase if you give me 3rd book right now. I'll definitely finish it in one day. A virtual hug to author. And can't wait for next book.
Each chapter flows with different perspective of different characters. We venture into different lands, different stories, different characters fighting for different reasons, but all are connected...interwoven in every way. Madness, bloodshed, backstabbing, something prominent happens in each chapter to leave one breathless, emotionally drained.
In the middle of all these is The Eye Of Brahma.
We support every character whose world we get to know, for they are all right in their own perception. The story raises so many questions, some it answered and some are left for us to contemplate until the next book is here.
I'm emotionally drained. You get connected to these character and when there's so many things happening to them, you also feel each and every blow alongside.
The places, from Dandka to Suparnabhoomi were described so vividly that you can imagine as you go along with the story.
The sequences, especially action and war are described very well to keep the imagination flow without a hitch.
Characters have become so much stronger than we have seen them in the book 1.
Story flowed without any boring or monotonous part for us to just skip through as I have already said so much things are happening in just a single chapter to miss.
Kalki is in the war, well every character is in the war with one or other or with eachother.
Twists and damn twists, damn serious bloody twists keeps you grabbing your heart and say-
wait, he had a..
Wait he was his...
Wait he is...
Wait what is..
Wait how is..
Okay that was just me during reading the book.
This book is much darker than the previous one and there are so many instances where you would just stop reading and think about what had just happened and how it is related to other events. So many things happened in the story and yet, none felt forced or rushed.
What I loved the most is how the plot has expanded and focussed on each character's story and not just Kalki's and Kali's. As the story progressed, their stories started connecting with each others' and I'm sure they will merge in the end to make an epic finale.
There were so many plot twists that left me shocked and just like the previous book, some events left me heartbroken.
Again, I got a very strong Game of Thrones vibe from it, specially one incident which reminded me of Ned Stark's beheading 😢
Kevin, take all the time you need to write the last book and give us one hell of an epic finale😄