Explosive Sequel to National Bestseller ‘Dharmayoddha Kalki: Avatar of Vishnu’ (Book 1)
Can Kalki become the avatar in time before it finally unfolds?
Will Manasa fight through the internal politics to bring an invasion against Lord Kali?
Can the secret that changes everything change Lord Kali as a person too?
The LazyScoop Book Review:
In this book, Kalki escapes his execution and begins his journey towards Mahendragiri. Even if you haven’t read the first book, you would understand the story because of the references given from the first book.
Mythology books have a great potential to be a bestseller, especially today! Mostly because people are curious to know about gods, history, ancient lores and adventures. Kalki: Book 2 has all of that.
Everything about this book seems superb, right from the cover of the book to the story. The pacing narrative, the dialogues, the characters everything seems like a lot of thought has been put into it.
What I liked the most is how the stories of various characters have been explored, and how they all intertwine with each other. Most of this connection, I as a reader was thrilled to discover.
As far as characters are concerned, each and every character is so well developed, I was connected to them as I was reading. There were moments when I could feel what they were going through.
The language is lucid and feels sharp. The narration goes swiftly without dragging any sequence.
Also, I think it’s very difficult to describe the war sequences, especially where you keep the readers hooked as to what would happen next. And Kalki Book 2 has just that. It brings the war sequences in front of your eyes and all the moves seem logical. When the story was moving towards it’s climax, I was elated and thrilled to say the least.
Kalki Book One was an interesting read, but Kevin has definitely took the epic one level up!
Cover: 4/ 5 Stars
Story: 4.5/ 5 Stars
Narration: 4.5/ 5 Stars
Language: 4.5/ 5 Stars
Characters: 5/ 5 Stars
The LazyScoop Rating: 4.5/ 5 Stars