We know Eklavya as an outstanding archer who Drona thought would be a strong opponent to Arjuna and for this reason Drona demanded and Eklavya served his right thumb as gurudhakshina. Gaurav Sharma’s re-imagination made Eklavya go through several worries and disappointments and made him strong and diverse. Eklavya’s journey from a tribal boy to the king of Rudraputra is a combination of Indian philosophy and history.
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!