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The Secret Of The Nagas (2011)

by Amish Tripathi(Favorite Author)
4.14 of 5 Votes: 5
9380658797 (ISBN13: 97893806587)
Shiva Trilogy
review 1: This is way better than the first one.. Loved all the twists, pace was taut, but got sluggish towards the end, all for the buildup for a cliffhanger for the third book. However, the buildup was a bit tiring. Language is no better than the first one.. but story is way too good. I'm buying "The Oath of the Vayuputras" immediately, hoping that it will be even better. I am willing to forgo my obsession with good English just for the intrigue of the story.Would recommend it to anyone obsessed with history, mythology and fantasy.
review 2: The second novel in Amish's Shiva Trilogy series and it steals the show by revealing the most shocking yet pleasant tight-lipped remains of The Immortals Of Meluha. _/\_As I already mentioned, this book is strictly not for those wh
... moreo believe in Lord Ram's ways of ruling, saivism or Shiva Puran and that intrigued me to proceed with the sequel.And it did not disappoint me, not even a bit of it. Shiva seeks justice for the death of his friend Brihaspathi, and as fate unfolds, he travels to Panchavati, the land of Nagas through the dense Sundarbans & Dhandakaranya led by the Nagas queen and the Lord Of People. As the secrets are revealed, friends becomes foes and foes are categorized as alliances. And not to forget, Karthik and Ganesh are added into the story-line adding spices along with the usual ingredients, Sati, Veerbadhra, Krittika, Bagirath, Parvateswar, Suryavanshis, Chandravanshis and the Nagas. And not to forget the mighty Brahmin Parasuram creeps in to help the Mahadev while lovely Anandamayi makes Parvateshwar, the 180 year virgin, to break his vow ;)The jaw-dropping connection between the Nagas & Sati took me to the state of excitement, anger, shock, disappointment, sympathy, grieve, raging and all emotions at once for the abandoned Nagas. When the ultimate secret was revealed, i sat dumb-struck. All my guesses went in vain. What really captivated me was that the secret itself was speaking about illusions or Maya.What intrigues me now to read "The Oath Of Vayuputras" is the secret that Krittika shares with Ayurvati and the secrets that the secret itself should reveal to Shiva. Undoubtedly, this book has paved way for some grand magnificent ending to the story of the masculine tribal man, who elevated him self to be the MahaDev.And The reverbration of "Har Har Mahadev" won't stop until I finish of oath Of the Vayuputras.Amish Tripathi, am certain that you are an sensation. I'm too excited to grab the final part, and before that let me breath IN and OUT first. less
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It's a good book with some good twists and turns. Now off to read the last part of trilogy.
Better than first book and Climax twist is very good.
Amazing page turner !!
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