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“Go for it!! You won’t be disappointed!” Devansh Desai #TSGS

Nov 08

Read online here. "The Secret of God's Son," is the sequel to the fabulous mytho-fiction novel, "Pradyumna: Son of Krishna," by Usha Narayanan, that explores Pradyumna's journey post the events of its predecessor, as he is tasked to reverse Gandhari's curse mankind's annihilation. And it does not disappoint! From the opening sequence to the Epilogue, it's a marvelous journey as we are taken back to the yuga of Krishna's exi...  Read more


“Major surprise in final chapters when the secret is revealed!” Swathi Shenoy #TSGS

Nov 01

Read online here. I love mythology and mythological fiction. Though I have read so many books, never had I read about story after the reign of Pandavas and Krishna. Never had I given a thought about what would happen after this. That is exactly what prompted me to read the first book in the series "Pradyumna: The Son of God' I must say I loved it and couldn't stop myself from signing up for this blog tour! I wasn't disappointed...  Read more


“New perspective on ‘Gita’.The book elevates the reader.” Meenakshi #TSGS

Nov 01

Read online here. ‘Mahabharata’ has had a major impact on me since childhood and this fact has been mentioned in my previous reviews as well.So, to accept a copy of the book ‘The Secret of God’s Son’ by Usha Narayanan that is based on the great epic was very natural to me! Apart from the review of this book, I have also added my very own analogy and interpretation of the story in this post…. The book cover is a perfect teas...  Read more


Knitted Tales by Rubina Ramesh – Brilliant variety

Oct 11

MY REVIEW: First things first. Sonia Rao’s foreword and the second one by Dola Basu Singh paint a vivid picture of the amazing woman behind Knitted Tales ― Rubina Ramesh. She is ‘a wife, a mother, a businessperson and a citizen of the world, a person with an inquiring mind and strong opinions.’ All these facets of Rubina’s personality are revealed in ‘Knitted Tales – A collection of emotions.’ The book opens with a bang. You are intrigued, petrified and agog as you read A Secret i...  Read more

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