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TEXT · The Immortals of Meluha Õ Amish Tripathi

Ered Saraswati is slowly drying to extinction They also face devastating terrorist attacks from the east the land of the Chandravanshis To make matters worse the Chandravanshis appear to have allied with the Nagas an ostracised and sinister race of deformed humans with astonishing martial skillsThe only hope for the Suryavanshis is an ancient Flat and ordinary writing The book never touches a pinnacle like it should especially when you're reading Indian mythology Indian mythology a subject which in itself offers a vast vivid picturesue setup with a lot of thrills mysteries a set of complete civilization which defined the future The leading characters should be larger than life but in this book the author is just engrossed in moving the story forward while he forgets to add any substance to the grand character Shiva himself the Lord the one of Trinity The characters in modern day fiction are researched and elaborated create a connect with the reader than the protagonist in this one I just wanted to get through the book I wish that the writing was elegant content researched and the story presented to reflect the story of Shiva the God rather than Shiva yes someone like yeah who transformed

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The Immortals of MeluhaLegend When evil reaches epic proportions when all seems lost when it appears that your enemies have triumphed a hero will emergeIs the rough hewn Tibetan immigrant Shiva really that hero And does he want to be that hero at all Drawn suddenly to his destiny by duty as well as by love will Shiva lead the Suryavanshi vengeance and destroy evil Oh What a book I have just finished reading spell binding and refreshingly different from the rest Amazed by the writer's flights of fantasy and how beautifully he has woven the mythology with fiction in a contemporary style Must read

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PDF â BOOK The Immortals of Meluha FREE Ë 1900 BC In what modern Indians mistakenly call the Indus Valley Civilisation The inhabitants of that period called it the land of Meluha a near perfect empire created many centuries earlier by Lord Ram one of the greatest monarchs that ever lived This once proud empire and its Suryavanshi rulers face1900 BC In what modern Indians mistakenly call the Indus Valley Civilisation The inhabitants of that period called it the land of Meluha a near perfect empire created many centuries earlier by Lord Ram one of the greatest monarchs that ever lived This once proud empire and its Suryavanshi rulers face severe perils as its primary river the rev I first heard about this book from a friend who had said that the book was a good read Curious I tried reading up about it and saw that noted columnists like Anil Dharkar and Sandipan Deb had given it great reviews I read the first chapter online and liked it well enough that I decided to buy it I went to uite a few book shops and found that it was sold out in most places That is really surprising for a first time Indian author Finally I found it in a tiny little shop the proprietor telling me that the one I bought was one of the last copies he had leftThe plot seemed interesting enough A different take on Shiva the destroyer a god revered by millions of Hindus all over the world one of the Trimurti three main Gods the others being Brahma the creator and Vishnu the preserver known as Natraj the lord of dance and one of the most passionate men in Hindu mythologyThe author has done a good job of integrating all the details known to us about the Indus Valley Civilization and has also given his own explanations for various concepts I liked the discussion on what is evil and the fact that what is considered evil or wrong by some people may not be seen in the same way by others He has introduced concepts of terrorism the caste system and the position of women in society in this first book in a planned trilogyBut that was all I liked about the book The writing was poor and the editor needed to do a better job The characters were flat and not at all well developed It was hard to believe that people even a wise king and his courtiers would be so ready to believe that a person was their savior and blindly follow him without considering the conseuences of their decisionsAlso when an author wants to emphasize how good his protagonist is it is best done in a subtle manner but here it is loudly proclaimed over and over again by the other characters which annoyed me a lot Each fact is repeated over and over again in ten different ways and it made me wonder if the author thinks we are complete fools who will not get a concept on the first tryEven though modern language is necessary for a book to connect with the general audience the author seems to have completely forgotten what his book was about the language used was extremely jarring and cliched and kept distracting me from focusing on the book The book reads like a movie script than a novel It seems as though the author has written the book keeping Bollywood producers and directors in mind rather than genuine readersThe last few chapters especially were very hastily written and seemed really rushed The author had some good places where he could have ended this book but he chose to end the book with a cliffhanger and a 'To Be Continued' Did the author not know what was to happen next Or was he not convinced that his story was interesting enough for audiences to want to read the next book if he had given it a proper ending Even in a book series a reader must be able to read a book and have a sense of conclusion which was absent here Overall even though the author had a great idea and some really interesting ways of making it all come together weak writing and poor editing makes this a very big let down