Shatru (Kronickles #1)
It’s the end of our days.
Our reality will be shattered.
The foundations of the universe are set to be destroyed.
A demon is unleashed from the underbelly of nature-
To take a father from a son,
Kill a mother protecting her child,
Destroy a world to kill one boy,
Make a lover betray her man.
Even the Gods are powerless.
Vengeance will rise,
Worlds will fall,
Evil will ascend…
…Shatru will oppose it.
If he does not, the one person who means the world to him will die..
MY REVIEW –
Yesterday I started reading this series. Only the the first part is out in the stores now, the rest will come soon (as told by the author)
Nishtha — This story is great…I am on the sixth chapter and I just can’t stop. The first two chapters were kinda less interesting but then the story picked itself up. Is this really the first novel by the author? Because you can’t be that good on your first try.
Okay..enough said. Going back to Shatru.
Jan 27, 2016 10:43AM
Today, I finished completing the story.
First of all, its not for children (below 12) due to the language used by the characters.
The story is about Shatru, he has some really awesome powers which will enrapture you. The story at first seemed dull (the first few chapters), it was confusing, divergent and mind boggling. Suddenly, I don’t know when it really happened, maybe in the fourth or fifth chapter, I just got so absorbed in the story that I couldn’t get myself out of it. I could not get up to do the normal chores. I wanted to know where this was heading. Within few chapters, Kris and Shatru became my favourite badass Indian fiction heroes.
There was humour, there was action, there was a story, there was a different world and there was the essence of my country in every chapter..what more could I ask for?
There were villains but so were heroes.
There were demigods and there were Asuras.
There was another brilliant fiction novel series!
For a first attempt, this work was incredible.
I heartily congratulate the author for such a tremendous work.
Keep it up.
Looking forward for the second part.