The New Dewtas : The Rise of Rudra by Suraj Kothiyal – Book Review

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Author: Suraj Kothiyal
Publisher: Leadstart Publishing 
Rating: 3/5

Review

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The New Dewtas: The Rise of Rudra by Suraj Kothiyal is an amazing story of Neer.

The head priest of the Himalayas who goes to Bali to save the king and the kingdom.Will save the kingdom? what happens next is a mystery.

The plot of the story is interesting, full of twists and turns. Divided into 28 chapters, each chapter unfolds the mystery keeping the reader hooked throughout. The narration of the story is crisp and engaging. One can relate to the story well.

The book gains readers interest, though At places the book gets a bit tedious. The Pace of the story is medium with a smooth flow. Themes like Fantasy, fiction, mystery are used by the author to make the story more appealing. There are drama, dialogue and some beautiful illustrations that make this book more precious.

I liked how the events were sequenced by the author. The way neer saved the kingdom, the way the King reacted, everything was aptly written.

It’s a mythological fiction with a simple language. The writing style of the author is gripping and up to the point. The character development and the backdrop used by the author is commendable. Each character had a vital role to play. I loved Neer’s character the most. I liked His personality. The backdrop of Bali used by the author is excellent.

The title and the blurb of the story are impressive. The cover of the book is attractive. It’s quick and light read with a great storyline. Love reading mytho fiction, fantasy? Do read it.

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