I am not much into reading books, but I am more of a blog reader, I love things which are short, to be precise content around 1000-2000 words or fewer. When it comes to reading books, especially fiction, it is an uphill task.
Either I get way too involved or else I won’t read more than 20 pages of a book. This week when I came across the title of Dharmyodha Kalki, I was eager to read about it. I always find a special connection with the Avatars of Lord Vishnu, which is why the book got my attention.
Kalki by Kevin Missal
Knowing this is a fictionalized version of Indian Mythology, I picked it up from Amazon (http://amzn.to/2yW9aXt) to read it this Diwali. When I went to the first 20 pages, I was hooked on to the book, as I said it is either this way or the other with the books. This one really got me in. Storytelling is an art, Kevin Missal has got it right in the book.
The book covers the story in very short chapters that adds to the interest. Technically, it is a fantastic blend of Indian History, Fantasy, Indian Mythology, Wars, Thrill and everything exciting.
The book is lucid and easy to go through, but it is more than that, it is a power packed entertainment package. You will obviously live the experience, as if you will feel it when “Kalki” kills the crocodile, or when he roams around his village, or the way he walks and decides strategies for wars.
For lovers of fiction this is a sheer treat from Kevin. I would recommend you should go and get this book and experience this amazing read.
Book Name: Dharmayoddha Kalki: Avatar of Vishnu
Reading level: 12+ years
Paperback: 482 pages
Publisher: Kalamos Literary Services LLP; First edition (24 September 2017)
Get Discount (Available as on 27th October): MRP: 299 – Amazon Price – 194 http://amzn.to/2yW9aXt