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The New Dewtas : The Rise of Rudra

3.50  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  4 reviews
About the Book : Neer, the head priest of the Himalayas, is troubled by the horrifying visions in his dream. On Ganga Maiyya's behest, he embarks on a journey to the doomed island of Bali. The island, plagued with cyclic torments of Sekala and Neskala and suffering from constant rainfall, faces an imminent danger of drowning in sea. However, Neer's power was no match for t ...more
Kindle Edition, 201 pages
Published October 16th 2018 by Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd
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Vidhya Thakkar
Jan 28, 2019 rated it liked it
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
Ruchi Patel
Dec 30, 2018 rated it really liked it
I love the mythology genre. And I am waiting to read more from the author. The cover and Trailer grabs my attention so I couldn’t resist picking up this book. The protagonist of the story is Neer. The story opens up with the scene of a ship that is stuck in turbulent water. So that is a really nice opening scenes. And I loved the way the book has been presented. That reminded me of my childhood, because in my childhood, I used to read such mythological story with dew relevant pictures drawn in i ...more
Dec 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
This is the story of Bali, the mysterious, beautiful island. Has it always been as beautiful as it is now? Do the Gods of Bali look after their island well? Sekalam - Neskalam, the good and the evil must come exist. What will happen to the Island if either one of them tries to overpower the other? Can the evil really overpower the good? With all these questions, Neer, the head priest of Himalayas has to travel to the island to save it's people. Would they trust him?A foreigner with a slight blue ...more
Noopur Sahu
Jan 05, 2019 rated it liked it
A nice attempt

Neer is an Himalayan priest with visions to help the people. He is on the way to save the Bali from the evil witch and all the negatives. He has a blue colored powerful stone which slowly turned into black as his loosened his power. With the help of his deity and Bali Agas, he becomes the medium to protect the island. An attractive way to narrate the story but somewhere it loses its grip, as it's quite predictable for frequent readers and feels like the story ends abruptly. A singl
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