The Secret of the Nagas
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5

Awesome Read

This is the second one out of the Triology and I must say it is written very nicely. Hats Off to imagination of the Author: Amish. He has thought the entire thing out of the box again however it never lets you to keep it down. Again I completed it in 1 night as I could not even sleep leaving it half read.

Kudos to Amish, You have been one of my favorite authors and just love your writings & imaginations. God Bless You..!!! :)
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Arpit Shah

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Well paced....

This is a nice book and you'll love it only if you have followed the first book. I really loved this book.
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Arun Kumar

Dec, 2014

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The difference continues-----

The Secret of Nagas, the 2nd part of Shiv Trilogy by Amish still grabs the attention of the readers as it in the 1st part, "The immortals of Meluha".This book contains 23 chapters.Each chapter uncovers a new mystery, (or truly said, makes a new mystery also).
I don't want to describe each and every chapters because this will be bad for a curious reader. But I again fall in love with Amish's view to see the myths.Some concepts are really awesome. One can get different and reasonable answers f...
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Sagar Shakhari

Nov, 2014

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Some thoughts about this book

This book is a purely entertaining book with a good masala stories. The war scenes are described in a very bollywoody way. But the main success of this book is to stitch the whole stories with some facts and character take from purans and various geographical locations. It is the main essence of this book. For that hats off to Amish.

But from the below comments, it seems that few people actually thinks this book is puran based and they also challenge the content is not proper. PLEASE DONT LO...
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Debajyoti Samadder

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Sep, 2014

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Good book again

This is the second book of Amish Tripathi. He again give the good book to his readers. As like the prequel of the book this one is also contains twists and turns and I also enjoyed my read .good book for your free time
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S TRINADHA RAO

Sep, 2014

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Worth Reading

This was amazing read. The author has done a great research about Indian myths and religious text and then weaved everything in a grand underlying story. It was so nice to see some reference to the word 'Maika', which I had known from childhood but nothing more than the word. Then the story of Ganesha and Kali is another interpretation I found mesmerizing. Without really saying explicitly he depicts Shiva as an ideal man (or role model). The names of the places of characters and division of s...
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Prem Prakash Pandey

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Sep, 2014

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Much better than its prequel. Worth a read

Seldom do I come across sequels which put to shame their prequels. Yes, The Secret of the Nagas completely overshadows the Immortals of Meluha with its sheer brilliance. I wasn't expecting it to be so good. On starting this book I had decided to read a chapter a day so as to not spend to much time reading, my new found indulgence. However, this book was so captivating that I finished with an average of three chapters a day.

The book ends, like its prequel, with a "to be continued" note, pavi...
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Anuj Poddar

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Sep, 2014

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5

Hope for Fiction in India

After reading the Shiva Trilogy, I've finally found hope that Indian authors can write riveting page turners.
Kudos to Amish Tripathi for conceiving and penning such a tale. The trilogy would appeal more to readers with a basic insight into Hindu mythology, while other readers would certainly not be any less entertained with this fresh, brave and adequately paced narrative with just the right sprinkling of all the emotions.
I would recommend fellow readers to read the trilogy in continuity fo...
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Mayank Kapur

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Aug, 2014

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5

Great Read

Great buy for anyone interested in Myths and Fiction.. Gripping story.. Can't wait to complete the series. Great job by Flipkart for a flawless delivery..
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Soumee Banerjee

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Jul, 2014

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Amazing Amish

Amazing book. Worth reading. what an awesome journey of shiva. for flipkart, amazing delivery. they even put bookmark with each book.
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Abhi Thakkar

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Jul, 2014

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