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Oct 8, 2013
Jul 27, 2013
One of the best reads......
Jun 25, 2013
A real page turner............
Feb 7, 2013
Amish Tripathi hits 2 bangs in a row!!!!
Jan 27, 2013
Aug 27, 2011
Entertaining1. According to this book, Lord RAM is well before the time of the arrival of Lord Shiva or Neelkanth. If that is the case, how did Lord Ram perform poojas to Lord Shiva in Rameshwaram which is described in detail in RAMAYANA? May be that was a different Lord Shiva in scriptures, with a different Goddess Shakthi with a different Ganapati and different Karthick as sons.
Jul 9, 2011
Immortals of Meluhacouldnt open my right eye for 2 days due to swelling,but still finished the book with one eye.i was spell bound..even when i tried and took a break i simply couldnt stop thinking about it and srarted yet again till the end..dying to get the Secret of Nagas..
Jul 5, 2011
Will this be awesome as well?I finished "Meluha" a couple of months back and I finished it in straight 9 hours. I knew it was fiction but I, kind of visualized stuffs those were put in there. When Shiva was found to Neelkanth or the place where he strikes the pose of "Nataraj" gave me goose-bumps. The elaborations made me read some paragraphs more than once.
Jul 26, 2011
Jan 29, 2012
Interesting but not as good as the first part.I was really excited to read the second installment of this series. When I started reading this, I really expected more. But the story that is the journey of Shiva really seemed pointless to me.
Oct 7, 2011
Maybe Maybe notI stumbled onto The Immortals quite by chance when a friend of mine decided to buy the book(from flipkart, heheh) simply because he doesn't believe in mythology and often makes fun of my religious belief. but anyway, when i did get down to reading it i found it extremely entertaining probably because of the contemporary language and familiar story. We all love or fear Shiva in some way and seeing him as a man, quite human like us, yet having the virtues worthy of being worshipped is what makes this book a shining light in Indian Myhological Fiction, something we sadly have too little of. I pla… (Expand)
Aug 19, 2011
The awesome journey continues!First of all thank you Flipkart for delivering it in record time. Keep up the good work!
Nov 8, 2011
Only a moron can like this crapUnfortunately this book proves that only a very small fraction of Indian writers can write fiction and even a smaller part of that can write fiction in English.
Oct 23, 2011
The So called Secret of the NagasThe secret of the Nagas is that Brispathi is alive. Those of you who read the first book will know that Lord Shiva thinks his closest friend Brispathi was killed by the Nagas (hence his hatred towards them).
Sep 10, 2011
Pop Mythology : Hindi Serial-ishSummary - Interesting characterization, nice blend of myths and facts. Builds into a nice plot and then runs like an confused hindi serial which stretches and stretches...Potpourri, Pop-Mythology.