The Secret of the Nagas
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5

Excellent Book! Must read!

Thanks a lot to Flipcart for so quick delivery. It was delivered only in one day means next day after I have ordered the book.
The book is the best among the three in the Trilogy.
Very good work Amish.
Carry on.
Waiting for your next set of books.
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Pratik Hazra

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Amish Delivered as per expectation

The book truly reveals the secret about the Nagas & leaves with another secret for the following part. I felt that Amish took a long time in this book to reveal the suspense due to which u will lose a bit of grip in the story, but stunning revelations made most of it. The story gets highly emotional in between. More characters are added in this book. Now, looking forward to read the 3rd part. Still Shiva had a major task to find. I am pretty sure the third part is going to be much more fun th...
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Kushal Patial

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Jul, 2013

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A well written sequel

I thoroughly enjoyed reading it & u may well be addicted to finish it at a stretch. With a few surprises it actually kept me engrossed for 3 days on the trot. A fresh take on the Mahadev. Now I'm onto discovering the Oath of the Vayuputras. At this price I feel this is a great buy.
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Aviinesh Kumar

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Jul, 2013

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A good sequel to The Immortals of Meluha.

A work of fiction that has been researched and kept in line with mythology and legend but also has surprising twists and turns.

Shiva is omnipresent and omnipotent, but Amish has made it appear that the same Divine Soul reincarnates over and over whenever evil is about to triumph over good. The Hindu philosophy of Avatars incarnating in times of extreme danger to Dharma, when the balance of good and evil is heavily listing towards evil - this has been very beautifully demonstrated. Shiva,...
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Mehera Arjani

Jun, 2013

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The most amazing way the story of Shiva ever presented with Gulp-able fiction

This book will make you nostalgic about its characters. All the characters are so well narrated and crafted that you will visualize them precisely how they'd look out of this book. The pace and the series of events are wonderfully engaging that you'd be forced to turn pages. One of the best books that I've read with such artistic way of writing and conceptualizing the story with each character in such mind-blowing way. Be a part of the amazing journey of Shiva. He'd leave you thrilled from wi...
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Lokendra Saini

May, 2013

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The story gets better in this one.

You already love Immortals of Meluha and now you wonder if this is going to be good. This books leaps ahead and is full of thrills and revelations. I simply loved it.
If you have already read Immortals of Meluha then this book is waiting for you. Go fir it.
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Shubham Sharma

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May, 2013

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The Secrets of the Nagas

I have grown up hearing and reading Indian mythology books during my childhood and very happy that I got to read this book. It is a very well researched book with simple language and effective narration. Liked the way Shiva, Sati, Ganesh and Karthik and everybody else is portrayed as mortal human beings. The description of the locations is effective and I could visualize it as I read the book..
Was hooked to the book till the end… Enjoyed reading it and recommend reading it.
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Krupa Rajendran

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Apr, 2013

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Secret of Nagas

This is a rare feat by an Indian Author I must say.To be so Western in thoughts but yet remain an Indian at core is an art few have mastered.

We all need some inspirations to fight the evil within which is the greatest source of it and although we cannot get rid of it completely we can atleast subdue it for long.

Amish's Novels gives us an Insight into the very evil that grips our humanity today and which every Individual must fight till his last breath.

Great work I must say.

I will say...
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Devvrat Mody

Apr, 2013

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Worth reading

I bought this book recently from flipkart. Thanks to its speedy delivery... I got this book after nearly 3 weeks I completed the first book... I thought i need to read the 1st book one more time to remember the name of the characters.. But anyhow i started reading this book.. To my suprise when the novel goes on, i could easily follow the characters.. Thats what make this trilogy a unique.. A simple plot with small twists, turns and convincing philosophies which never let to keep the book dow...
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jabez jackson

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Apr, 2013

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Shiva Trilogy Review

The trilogy is a work of Fiction. FICTION. One must remember that.

It is a wonderful narration of Shiva's life & his mission. It is a Fictional depiction but does not take away much from the character of the Lord. A very thrilling and a racy story about the war between Good & Evil. The characters come to life by the author's style of narration of events.

The first two parts of the Trilogy are wonderful, but it gets a little repetitive & boring by the time you come to part 3 (Oath of the Va...
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Balaji Bharadwaj

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Apr, 2013

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