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A Perfect Sci-fi Thriller
24 May 2019
Being a reader, I have always thought that the toughest genre to write a book is mythology and Sci-fi. You need to do a lot of research and detailing. Here comes a book which is a mixture of both and hence called "A Mytho Sci-Fi Thriller".
Kings and Scientists, Gurus and Professors, Maharathi Warriors and Indian Army Veterans. All will fight against the rising dark powers of Pataal Loka: The Asuras.
Kingdom of Vedgarh, an ancient home of purebred Aryans sitting on the verge of yet another great war with Asuras, the kingdom is eagerly waiting for a Maharathi warrior to lead its forces. With intensifying Kaliyuga, Asuras' dark powers are rising with every passing day.
The kingdom opens its gates for modern Science and weapons. A grand research project begins to harmonize ancient Vedic miracles with modern scientific principles. But the budding internal politics is eating up the kingdom like parasites. Will it impact the research project as well? What will happen if an internal conflict arises between Modern Science and Ancient Vedic science? Will Asuras win and destroy the universe's last hope of defeating the Kaliyuga forever?
I really liked the following things-
1) Excellent writing style, very interesting, it's tough to write this genre.
2) Being a fan of Indian mythology, I was hooked up by the narration and plot. Kudos to the writer.
3) Author has used sanskrit shlokas/mantras at every possible situation, which works as an added advantage.
4) The connection between modern and ancient worlds seems logical.
5) The best line of the book was- "The day I sit on that throne would be the last day of the council".(pg-176). 6) The Scoreboard drawn gives you a realistic feeling of a war/practice going on. (pg 209-214). 7) The use of logical diagrams and bold letters shows the importance of story. (pg 216,234).
8) The book Cover is amazing. One of the best USP of this book.
9) The story has not been stretched, reader will able to connect it. I could even visualise scenes.
10) The writing is mature enough. Language is lucid. Narration is crisp and clear.