The Shackles of the Warrior
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4.6
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12 Reviews
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INTERESTING TO READ

The book is not only interesting but is also easy on the eyes when reading. The story is good and moves at a good pace. The twists and turns are excellent. What stands out though are the description of the Mahabharat times and Dwarka.
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VIJAYAKUMARAN

Jun, 2013

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A book worth reading again

Though I am not an avid book reader, something provoked me to buy this book. And every page I turned into made my read never ending. Apart from the interesting storyline, the author of this book has loaded lot of minute details from history which truly reveals our less known past. Overall a great book to read and the twist in the last chapter was amazing.
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Karthi J

May, 2013

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A book to read

Very nice book with every character chosen for a purpose.Nicely drafted and written in a clinical fashion. Enjoyed reading the book all through. The last couple of chapters are very interesting with exciting twists.
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Ranjana Keerti

Jul, 2013

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Awesome read

I just finished reading the Oath of Vsyuputra and was searching for a good book to read and I came across this book and bought it immediately. I was in for a big surprise, such a nice story line entwined during the period of Mahabaratha with such perfection. A good book overall and thumbs up to this book and the author.
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Archana Pandey

Jul, 2013

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A memorable book

My hubby gifted this book to me last week on my birthday. I was expecting something exciting but it turned out to be a book which I regretted later. It is not just a story about a warrior but it has so many values hidden in each characters which is neatly manifested in the book. I enjoyed reading the book and thanked my hubby for gifting me one.
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Shweta Kapoor

Jun, 2013

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Super Mystery Awaits !!!

I just read the first chapter recently available free online...And for a non reader like me..I was quiet curious to read on further, to find the connection between 2 contrast personalities..''One in today's world and the other almost going back to 3000 BC''. So all the others who are contemplating whether to go for it...TRY IT !!!!...You can visit the site and have the first chapter downloaded.
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Mansi Iyer

Jun, 2013

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Nice to see Indian authors

Over the last few years there is a spring of Indian authors, that too writing stories which talks about our culture, tradition, religion, practices and our past. Dr Durgadoss has beautifully blended all this with an interesting story. I enjoyed reading the book.
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Shweta Pandey

Jun, 2013

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Good Storyline

The book is lucidly written and the twist at the end will make you gasp. Even the trailer of the book can give a good peek into what to expect. A must watch and a must read. One should have a look at the trailer to get the gist of it...
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Vijoy Joseph

Jun, 2013

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Thrilling one

Just finished my semester and it was so boring and I came across this book online and thought I will buy this book to kill time. I started reading and it was the other way round I kept on reading till I finished the book. With all the warriors and the plots it was a mesmerising read for me.
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Jay ram

Jun, 2013

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A Gripping Read

I had the distinct advantage of reading the full book in the manuscript stage itself. The amalgamation the past and present come together in a heady cocktail. The descriptions of the battle and the society of 3100 BC will be an eye opener for many of us. For a fiction reader a must have and for non fiction reader there is more substance in the book than a regular racy thriller.
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Padmanabh Diwanji

Apr, 2013

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