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|Number of Pages||274 Pages|
|School Books Details|
|Subject||General / Fiction / Non Fiction|
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Feb 19, 2014
Jun 27, 2012
This Bridaboy is not ordinary
Mar 28, 2012
great work in a class of its own
Feb 22, 2012
A Fantastical Joy Ride!!!
Feb 14, 2012
A great read
Mar 28, 2012
great work in a class of its ownI knew, I had to read this book after I read its summary. This novel is Special. The Map in the book gives you a feeling that you have already stepped into the fantastical world of Inkredia. Luwan of Brida is going to blaze a trail of its own. I am in awe of the Author for he has surely crafted a masterpiece. I love the attention to detail. A very deeply engaging story that will keep you hooked till the end and keeps you wanting for more. The gripping story of Luwan who is forced to embark on a perilous journey through the vast topography of Inkredia, infusion of mystical deadly beasts unheard… (Expand)
Feb 10, 2012
A ~MUST~ FOR ALL FANTASY FICTION LOVERS...Life outside the village is hard. It is a different world. More than compassion, what must matter is survival. Or else, you will perish. There are evil forces out there, which need to be dealt with harder than a hammer deals with an anvil. Only then, can some innocence survive.
Feb 14, 2012
Great story! reminds me of my grandfather and his bedtime tales.This is one novel I wished never ended. But it did, and left me aroused and wanting for more. I like Fantasy and reading Sarang Mahajan's novel post Harry Potter era, I started comparing his novel with the Potter saga. A simple orphan boy who does not know how his father died, a 'dark' Lord gunning for him, magical animals, demons, enchanted fortresses and a village magician as his side-kick. But there the similarity ends. While Rowlings' novel is full of magical potions, spells and hordes of witches and wizards, Sarang's is different. I am amazed at his imagination. He has created a whole new… (Expand)
Jan 26, 2012
An amazing book full of adventures!When I first laid my hands on Luwan of Brida, I had many ideas regarding what the story might be about, but when I actually read it, I was baffled. It was through and through a very exciting read. The pace at which the story runs kept me glued to the book, moreover the characters were very relevant yet had a unique appeal. The language of the book is its USP, the author’s imagination transforms into reality due to it. I loved the concept of the non humans, these villains are very acceptable. The journey that Luwan goes through is thrilling and full of adventure. For those who like reading a fa… (Expand)
Jan 27, 2012
A pleasant surprise from an Indian author!I got to read Luwan of Brida because my roommate ordered it through Flipkart. When it got delivered and we opened the box that contained the book, we were thrilled. The book looks really beautiful because of its cover. It was like the book was inviting me, the cover generates curiosity. I am a diehard fan of fantasy stuff so the book was like a treat for me. I grabbed the book and started reading it that very moment, not paying attention to my friend. I really loved the freshness offered by the author Sarang Mahajan to the fantasy genre. It’s been quite some time that magic has been redefined… (Expand)
Feb 6, 2012
A great book for your collectionThis is a story about a young boy named Luwan. The book is very thrilling. Each and every chapter ends with a twist and you have to start reading the next chapter. The story reminds me of the days when I read Eragon and Harry Potter. It is that kind of a book. Very nice descriptions throughout. There are many surprises and they come when you least expect. I loved the action scenes and the characters like Kiliarn very much. The horses were also very nice. What I liked most is that the story does not get boring anywhere. Towards the end the story gets very gripping and I kept on reading through … (Expand)
Jan 22, 2012
A very engaging book.Before reviewing the book, let me just mention that flipkart rocks! I got the book within 48 hours of well, booking it. I came to know about the book through a link on Internet and ordered it. Luwan of Brida, is action packed and rarely does the pace drop. I found it very hard to put down and I HAD to finish it before I did anything else. The author, Sarang Mahajan has some crazy imagination. I mean, who else could come up with a smoke-man assasin or Ghork riders or even wall spirits! The villains are convincing, the chase sequences are thrilling and and the characters are engaging. All in all… (Expand)
Feb 14, 2012
A great readThe book is extremely entertaining. It is a perfect adventure. The story slides you into a pool of fantasy and before you realize you are neck deep into it you have devoured a lot of chapters already. The adventure flows in a beautiful way, exploring not only the country but the heart and soul of the characters. This book is so much more than just a chain of entertaining incidents. It is an experience. I felt Luwanâ??s fears for the life of his sister and his friends. I felt the wonder and amazement at Luwans exploration of magical aspects just the way he would have. The vivid imagery gets you… (Expand)
Jan 27, 2012
Entertaining to the core..What I really loved about the book is that every character in the book has been drafted really well. The relationship between Luwan and his sister touches your heart. While reading you feel as if you are actually living the adventure. Emotions like fear of the mysterious, panic and distress have been portrayed really well. The language is superb, smooth and fluent, keeps you engaged throughout. The villains are unique, wall-spirits for instance, great imagination I must say. The Ghork riders chase sequence is totally thrilling. You enjoy the action sequences as if you are watching them on a bi… (Expand)
Jan 26, 2012
A superb rollercoaster of adventureThe story starts right away and you cannot stop until you finish the book. Characters are nice. Use of nice imagination can be seen throughout. When I saw the name of an Indian author I was expecting a Indian story, but this is not. I did not mind it. Readers who like western fantasy novels will like this one. The book does have some elements in common with other adventure travel books, but nothing you can pinpoint to a certain book. And the book has its own unique surprises. A well written and enjoyable book.