The first of many upcoming books by Tejaswini Sundar kicks of in Devaprastha and its neighboring kingdoms. A land that falls under the clutches of a conspiracy but fails and leads to a public execution. That very day twins whose fate ties to all the allied lands mysteriously appear. Few years down, nature seems to turn against everyone. An artifact leads to a prophecy. The quest begins with finding the truth.
This book is a mixed bag of fantasy, suspense, history, and drama. The combination of it all is just perfect. The story builds up with each page that you turn, unearthing new things. A tale of the Sangam Tamil lands is not something you find every day.
The build-up for the story was unpredictable. There was something new that came up with every page. Not something you will find in a book on a similar genre.
Simple, easy to understand, details when required is what the book offers. The text flows from one page to the other, and you immerse in it. What caught my attention were the scenes written so well, I could see them play right in front of me.
Worth every penny for anyone who loves reading Indian mythology. This book is available for a free read with Kindle unlimited. And for all the people who can’t hold back from a paperback, you would need to shell out Rs 349 on Amazon.
This book is a blockbuster. The initial pages spoke of a coup, and who doesn’t love a suspense unfolding. Supernatural events followed. The story of the twins, bonds, and friendships, the kings, and the power-hungry generals all hit the right spot. A glimpse at the beginning and the end of the book:
"Fight with courage For darkness is setting. Fight for life As death approaches. The kingdom will turn over, As the light shines, The kingdom will fade, Leaving but two in its wake."
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Sangam The Awakening by Tejaswini Sundar
I wanted to know more about what will happen next and can't wait for the next book.
- You like suspense
- You like drama
- You like thrill
- You like stories of ancient Indian homelands