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storyteller of Misquita’s caliber, you just may need Dramamine before the first
chapter is done.” – Bestthrillers.com
fast-paced and modern tale with global reach that dabbles in history, this is a
perfect storm.” – Lydia Peever
“The Immortality Trigger cemented in my mind why
Douglas Misquita is my favourite Indian thriller author.” – Newton Lewis
One Paperback Copy of The Immortality Trigger by Douglas Misquita
It was written over 400 years ago at a time when books did not exist. Yet, the language is still beautiful, the lines are still relevant.
Don’t believe me? Ask anyone who has ever fallen in love?
These lines, though not the most famous one like ‘What’s in a name?’, is equally beautiful. These are said by Romeo in the play Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare in 1597. Check it out. It is free on Amazon Kindle.
Name: Stand Strong, Author: Shubha Vilas
Genre: Mythology / Spiritual
Publisher: Jaico Books, 2017
Number of pages: 326
The book ‘Stand Strong’ is Book 4 of The Game of Life Series written by Shubha Vilas. I had read the previous books and loved it. And so was looking forward to read this. The book is based on the Ramayana which is one of the ‘itihaasas’ for Hindus to understand the way of living. Ramayana shows its character Ram as ‘Maryaada Purushottam’ that is the ideal man. As the story is familiar, I will not analyse further. But, it is a great story. It is simple as compared to the Mahabharat with its multitudes of characters, yet has deep impact.
The story starts where book 3 has ended with the appearance of Vanaras or monkeys. In this book, Hanuman finds Ram and Lakshman in the forests searching for Sita who has been abducted by Ravana. Hanuman is currently serving Sugriva who is the Sun God’s son. Well, the book tells us the convoluted way in which the Sun God got Hanuman to serve Sugriva. As Guru dakshina, the Sun God asked Hanuman to serve and protect his son Sugriva from his brother Vali, till he meets Ram. Sugriva is hiding from his brother Vali in the Rishikesh mountain where Vali is not allowed to set foot due to a curse. Well, the curse came about because… but that is another story. Continue reading
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