When the author shared the news of this book’s publication on a mutual book group on Facebook, the title, and the blurb made me want to read it. So I borrowed it quickly on Kindle Unlimited and did just that!
I chanced upon this book while finding titles that fit into the categories of a reading challenge. I had heard of the author before, so it made me wonder if this book would be as good as his more “known” title.
This was a book I bought years ago but hadn’t got to reading yet. A book challenge I’m taking part in helped me to shift it from to-be-read to read shelf, and I’m glad that I did read it.
There are many childhood classics I’ve yet to read. I had heard a lot of good things about this book from many friends who admire Roald Dahl’s writing, and thought it was about time I picked it up for reading.
I’m one of the few who enjoyed Mathematics as a subject in school. That’s why this book immediately appealed to me, and I had to procure a copy.
One might be a mythology fan, but still not know everything from mythology. I realize that after reading this retelling of the Bhagavata, written by one of my favorite authors, Devdutt Pattanaik.