I seem to be in a mood for mythology of late, and this book came available on Kindle Unlimited just recently. The book brings five stories of female characters from Indian mythology, and written by five women as well. It was quite interesting to read each.Continue reading “Book Review: Thus She Spake, an anthology by 5 authors”
I love mythology and especially Indian mythology. I’ve read the Ramayana and about the fight between Baali and Sugreeva in which Rama kills the former. But that’s all I have read about the Vanara brothers. When I came across this book, I loved the cover art, and the story it promised, so bought it!Continue reading “Book Review: Vanara, by Anand Neelakantan”
Books about mythology and inspired by mythology (and especially Indian mythology) are quite interesting to read.Continue reading “Book Review: Shikhandi and Other Stories They Don’t Tell You, by Devdutt Pattanaik”
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.
There are some series that are much anticipated for a reader. For me, one such series is the Vikramaditya Veergatha series by Shatrujeet Nath. The previous book surpassed my expectations from the first book in the series. I was hoping that The Vengeance of Indra, the third book, would be even better.