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Today, Shiva is a god But four thousand years ago, he was just a man until he brought his people to Meluha, a near perfect empire founded by the great king Lord Ram There he discovered he was the Neelkanth, a barbarian long prophesied to be Meluha s saviour But in his hour of victory fighting the Chandravanshis Meluha s enemy he discovered they had their own prophecy Now he must fight to uncover the treachery within his inner circle, and unmask those who are about to destroy all that he has fought for Shiva is about to learn that good and evil are two sides of the same coin...

Title : Oath of the Vayuputras (The Shiva Trilogy)
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ISBN : 1681445026
ISBN13 : 978-1681445021
Format Type : Paperback
Language : Deutsch
Publisher : -
Number of Pages : 397 Pages
File Size : 799 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Oath of the Vayuputras (The Shiva Trilogy) Reviews

  • Himanshu Modi
    2019-04-18 04:08

    First of all, let's give credit where it's due. Amish has successfully created a great universe of Ancient India and has tied it quite nicely with all of our mythology. From that perspective, the buildup of the last two books, as far as the story goes, was also quite good. That's what the 3 stars for the review are.

  • Stanley  C. Sargent
    2019-03-27 05:54

    In this 3rd and final volume of the Shiva Trilogy, the author does a really good job of providing readers a possible origin for many of the Hindu mythologies. This is an amazing trilogy in many ways that involved an incredible amount of research and creative thinking. I'm a published author who often incorporates ancient history into my own stories, but I would never try to undertake a project as massive as this one. The only historical aspects that seemed to be far too speculative are a few in this final volume (I'm a Akhenaten fanatic, for instance, but have never heard of "the cult of assassins of Aten" who the author claims existed many years before Akhenaten lived/ruled), but they do little harm to the excellent main narrative. This is the longest of the three books in the trilogy, and I would suggest readers take notes so they don't get confused as to who's-who and city names as they are very long names and often very similar.

  • Venkatesh C
    2019-04-18 04:45

    I said it for book 1 and i say it again. This book has all the hallmarks of a good masala action movie. Think Die Hard.