Govinda Parasrampuria

How does this book compare to the Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi?

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Vivek Sharma The first two parts of Shiva Trilogy were kind of interesting. The third part was kind of very dull. The ending was a disaster.
In Krishna Key Ashwin Sanghi has done a lot of mythological and historical research.
Saurabh Das Amish Tripathi did an excellent job in portraying Lord Shiva as a mortal. As a man with his own limitations and excellence. Which worked for the readers.

Ashwin Sanghi's research is good, but the use of plots and characters seems like the usual stuff and surprisingly the Rozaball Line and Krishna Key tends to feel like Dan Brown's book.
Anand Shiva Trilogy is much much better than The Krishna Key
Hiranya Riju Shiva's Trilogy is better than this one. Amish did a great research and the way he has portrayed Shiva is fabulous. In Krishna Key, Krishna was depicted as a historical character like Shiva by Tripathi but the books have some missing plots. And Ashwin Sanghi makes it a complete Hotchpotch at the end.
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