Book Review Pralay The Great Deluge

Author: Vineet Bajpai
Genre: Fiction
Buy on: Amazon

My Review

I am not much of a hindi book reader but this book took me by surprise! The concept and the context of the book is very much interesting and attention grabbing and that brought me towards this book and its series.

If you are into mythology and Indian heritage like books in line with Immortals of Meluha series by Amish Tripati, you would surely fall in love with this book. I loved the creativity and framework of this book that covered up my challenge in reading a hindi book. The characters are etched very well, the framework and the base of the story is very much solid so is the build up, the home work and efforts invested in this book is very much evident. There is no much loopholes, the characters as well as the story is in sync and consistent. It is indeed commendable and praise worthy work by the author.

It is an amazing book that would hit your favorite section very easily. Even if the books/ stories are quite strong enough to stand alone, reading the whole series would give that impact and full picture that would hook you.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and would love to recommend it to my friends and family. I very much would love to read more from this author. Eagerly waiting for more works from him. On a side note, it could reach out to wider mass and reader base if it was in English, on that note, I would like to suggest a translation work on this book.

About the book

“Even death is afraid of the White Mask” 1700 BCE, Harappa – the devta of Harappa has fallen tortured and condemned to the dungeons of the dead. His murdered wife’s pious blood falls on the sands of the metropolis, sealing the black fate of Harappa forever. 2017, Banaras – A master assassin bites into cyanide, but not before pronouncing the arrival of an unstoppable, dark force. A maha-taantric offers a chilling sacrifice. 325 AD, Bithynian City (modern-day Turkey) – Unable to foresee the monster he was untethering, an extraordinary monarch commissions a terrifying world-vision spanning millennia. 1700 BCE, East of Harappa – A mystical fish-man proclaims the onset of Pralay – the extinction of mankind. The Blood River rises to avenge her divine sons. What happens to the devta of Harappa? Is Vidyut truly the prophesied saviour? Who are the veiled overlords behind the sinister World Order? What was the macabre blueprint of the mysterious emperor at Bithynian City? Turn the pages to unravel one of the world’s greatest conspiracies and the haunting story of a lost, ancient civilization.

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