“God of the Sullied” – A Review

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Name of Book: God of the Sullied

Author: Gaurav Sharma

Language: English

Subject: Novel

Genre: Fiction, Historical Fiction

Country: India

Published by: Think Tank Books

Publication Date: 2018

Number of Pages: 240

Media Type: Book

ISBN: 978-81-9362-044-1

Review:


“God of the Sullied” written by the author, Gaurav Sharma, is a mythological fiction bringing out the lifestyle of the 9th Century AD. It beautifully reflects the societal flaws that outcast a person. However, the novel also revolves around good winning over the evil in the end.

Synopsis:
Born during a destructive storm, Eklavya was ill-treated as an infant and considered a cursed child. The sullied was outcast that led him to walk on the dreaded path of death. The emotional turmoil was convincing enough to plunge into the bosom of River Ganges and get engulfed. However, will Eklavya die?

What happens to the prophecy that states Eklavya is the Messiah that would bring an end to Kaliyuga? Will he survive to fulfill it?

In order to know what happens to Eklavya, get your copy of God of the Sullied today. If you’re lucky, you may also receive the special copy personally signed by Sharma. The language may not be grasping if you are a fan of the classic era, however, the story will open up a whole new world that you will thoroughly enjoy.

And, if you still want the enchanting story to go on, you simply have to wait for the sequel, “Long Live the Sullied”.

Our Verdict:
Title: 4.5/5
Storyline: 4.5/5
Book Cover: 3.5/5
Language: 3.5/5

 

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