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Warriors of Dharma

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The lift door opened. She immediately pressed the 10th floor button again without walking out of it. People were surprised to see her again in office. But she didn't talk to anyone this time. She straight way went to her desk, opened the computer and went through the projects in last 10years. There were not many. She checked all of them several times. She paused at number ...more
Published February 16th 2017 by Frog in Well
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Manpreet Kaur
Jun 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
It's a really fast paced book blended with mythology.
For those who love mythological fiction, it can be a great read.
However, I felt the story ended too soon. There didn't seem to be any climax or big event that happened in the book. That was disappointing. Very.
But otherwise, I really wanted to gulp in the entire book at once. It's fast paced, interesting and really refreshing thriller that has a blend of Indian mythology.
Merrybrains Book Reviews
May 21, 2018 rated it really liked it
The cover seems to attract but the blurb could be better. I cannot refute that there are typographical error and Grammar slip-ups at some places but the fast-paced write-up hides it easily or I can probably say-doesn't annoy the grammar Nazis that much. The italics are used in this book to describe the event from the past. Italics ought to be rare nuggets, not flashy baubles too common to do any good in any book. Authors should use them sparingly. Novice readers would feel it a bit exasperating ...more
Biswanath Banerjee
Jun 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing
She is waiting eagerly- waiting for her son to return. The boy will be backing home after so many years- she was imagining how the lad will look like in his full youth.
Glory of youth sometimes tends to erase the line of differentiation between possible and impossible. And impossible does happened on that eventful day- her workaholic boss himself told him to take days off.
Perhaps he has guessed that the lady is overburdened with workload. Or there is some other reason-some deeper inner reason tha
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