The book is action packed, perfect for a reader like me who loves action and thriller described in a very best possible way
Name of the Book: Shatru (Kronikles #1)
Publisher: LeadStart Publishing Private Limited
Shatru was half Asura.
That was not the reason he was the best Hunter for the most powerful peace keeping force in all fourteen worlds. If he did not do their bidding, they would kill the one person he loved.
That was just the way it was.
The Devas and Asuras, the most powerful of the Primordial Tribes shadow-controlled the financial, political and cultural lives of all of humanity just for one reason, domination over each other through control of terrestrials.
When the brittle line between adversity and aggression was broken they were set on a collision course. Shatru was the only one standing between them.
To stop the Primordials from destroying each other, Shatru had to go after an ancient sentinel of Chaos ready to do what it takes just to destroy.
Vengeance was rising.
Shatru was in the way.
If he could not stop the Armageddon, ours will be the first world to wear away
Finally, I have managed to publish a book review after a very long time.I have completed this book in 12 days, reading approx 45 mins to 1hr a day.
Strangely enough, this puts the book in tune with our time.It’s a win-win.Vadhan has a awesome story to tell yo and look I have the book. Vadhan amazes me with his story telling technique. A story told in a very elegant way, perfect for audiences like me who love thrillers.
I loved the way some amazing poems were mentioned in the beginning of the novel. My favorite being ‘you cant stop what has begun’ -pink floyd.
“she could feel the inside of her throat emptied like meat scrapped off a crab’s shell” My another favorite one.
Imagine how thrilling would it be when your favorite character kills the evil and asks it ‘You could have told me your name…. I would have written on your tombstone’. This book is filled with Klassy dialogues. The story takes place in Delhi-Gurgoan,
A part which liked about Vadhans writing style of indicating the meaning of Hindi phrases without translating it. This was done very neatly without compromising the essence of the language and thus can be globally conceived.
Book is of 264 pages so its a quite easy read for a weekend action. This is ultimately a thriller novel and the reader finishes it complicit with the conceit, having kept reading to the end only to find out what happens next. I am excited to get the sequel as soon as possible
Also Read Interview with Vadhan
Title: Shatru (Kronikles #1)
ISBN 13 : 9789384027506
No. of Pages: 264
Publish Date: December 2014
Price: Rs. 216
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