The Oath of the Vayuputras
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Powerful End to The Shiva Trilogy

Amish has taken us on a beautiful visual journey with the Siva Trilogy and the third and last book of the series was brilliantly cenceptualized and powerfully written. The author's protrayal of our loved Gods Ganesh, Karthik, Siva and Sati is simply awesome. Love the depth of each and every character, loved the intelligence behind every war strategy and loved the fact that the words weaved amazing visuals of ancient India.
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Archana Jayarajah

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A Good Ending to an Epic Journey

Cheers for fast delivery, i was somehow controlling my horses for this final part and what added to delight is the Quick Response Time of flipkart team.Amish has illustrated the whole Journey in a gigantic view with noble narration.It was the most awaited part and finally the story ends.Well one will definitely miss the War and the tactics that were in Second part but on moral grounds this part is up.what i was expecting a massive and a large scale war but if you go with the theme and crux of...
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Sanchit Kulshrestha

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Mar, 2013

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Another masterpiece from Amish

"The oath of Vayuputras" is the last book of the Shiva Trilogy by Amish. This also turn out to be another great book like it's previous two versions i.e. 'The Immortals of Meluha' & 'The Secret Of The Nagas'. Although some part of this books seems quite slow and more descriptive than usual eventful-flow. But overall this is simply a great book full of mystery, adventure and thrill.
So, in one word this is a mast read book for all bookworm like me.
This particular package is a wonderful offer ...
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Pradatta Adhikary

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Mar, 2013

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Interesting End to the Shiva Trilogy

At nearly 600 pages, The Oath of the Vayuputras is a massive book. Yet it has a good flow, which enables readers to finish it quite soon. I do not wish to reveal too much of the plot (although some other reviewers have already done that here!), but as the blurb says, Shiva is preparing his forces to battle the Evil, and at one desperate point, turns to the tribe of the Vayuputras, who help him defeat the Evil.

It's the classic Good vs Evil tale, with the author trying to pack in as many det...
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Aditya Rayaprolu

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Feb, 2013

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An unpredictable end

Amish is a fabulous story teller. Every scene brilliantly written. Won't talk much about the story as it may reveal the secrets. But yes, you will surely love the final part if you enjoyed the first 2 parts. I didn't expected the end to be the way it was, but it is justifiable. Too much detailed description sometimes make you feel to skip it and directly jump to the action part. The secrets revealed hold some logic and are not introduced just for the sake of making it a thriller.
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Ankit Deshmukh

Mar, 2013

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Awesome Book

The virtual life story of Lord Shiva is very well imagined by AMISH and expressed in a very nice manner.. once you start reading you don't feel to do anything expect reading the book. its an awesome book. And also the Best Series released in INDIA. . :) Must Read. . :)
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Sudhakar Kotagond

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Mar, 2013

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Paced by me

a fast paced ...accelerating and coming out from my soul..... its amazing even in after just reading first 10 pages, every sentence is thrilling and swirling world of imagination toed to the spritual faiths..... wow
...It was not like reading a book but watching it really infront of your subconscious eyes
.....HAR HAR MAHADEV.....
...AMISH...I WANT TO MEET YOU...PLZ
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Manoj Gaonkar

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Mar, 2013

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Big Letdown

The book is a big letdown for me. The first two books worked because they always had a mystery to reveal which keeps you engaged. But in this book the mystery gets revealed very early and the rest of the book becomes a long yawning read in anticipation of something good and unexpected which never happens.
In all three books the character Shiva gets immense respect and devotion from other characters in story, but never does he do any deed to deserve that kind of status. So I thought maybe he w...
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Varun Rathi

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Mar, 2013

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Thought Provoking Read!

The book is amazing, just like the prequels. Amish Sir's ability to fit in characters and situations to the modern day outlook is much appreciated.
This is one of the few rare books which offers an insight into a variety of things hard to comprehend unless speculated upon.
Shiva's all engulfing personality is a winner!
A book that will stay with you forever! :)
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Spurti Devadhar

Mar, 2013

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Nice End To Series

I read the first two books of this series in one go. I liked the concept of this series, and the narration style.
As like the prequels the last book in the series is also gripping. But the end is not that awesome as one would expect. But still it is enjoyable read. And those who have read the first books would go for it anyway.
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Akash Khot

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Mar, 2013

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