Myths Of Old Authored By Krishnarjun Bhattacharya – A Book Review, #Book Marathon
Myths Of Old Authored By Krishnarjun Bhattacharya – A Book Review
Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing
Publication Year: 2020
Rating: 4.5 on 5
The Tantric Trilogy promised to be one of the most exciting mythological book series and the first two books of the series fulfilled the expectations of the readers in this respect. Recently, I was offered an opportunity to review the third and final book of the series and I naturally accepted the offer with much enthusiasm. The moment I received the book, I knew that my decision would prove to a good one. One glance at the cover page gave me the satisfaction that reading and reviewing the book would prove to be a treat.
The book takes the story of the previous two chapters ahead and provides a fantastic conclusion to the trilogy. The author has spun a wonderful tale of tantric, magic, and thrill around the old cities of Delhi and Kolkata. Every detail of the story has been well-thought of and all the loose ends from the previous two books have been wrapped up in just the perfect manner. Despite the fact that it took the author a decade to bring the story of Adri Sen to a conclusion, the wait has been well- rewarded in terms of the satisfaction and thrill enjoyed by the readers. The impact of the book can be ascertained from the fact that its lines and phrases stay with the readers long after they have finished reading it.
Myths of Old has changed the way people perceive the ability of Indian authors to write awe-inspiring works related to mythology or even a continuing series. The author needs to be applauded for the manner in which he has been able to maintain the interest of the readers despite the long gaps in the publishing time of two books. His strong character building, the flow of the story, and even the numerous twists and subplots are all indicative of his exceptional skill as a storyteller.
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