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Secret of God’s son

The Secret of God's Son Book Cover The Secret of God's Son
Pradyumna
Usha Narayanan
Mythology
Penguin
Paperback
272

The Secret of God's Son: That one book which brings together every little thing that I am in love with - Usha Narayanan, Penguin Publishers, A beautiful cover with a peacock feather, and a heartwarming story.

A quest to find the 'Secret of God's Son' and that would change the destiny of humanity -- said the blurb. What had happened?

The minute I started it took me back to good old days when my grandma would narrate stories from the Mahabharata. More than the novel, I love the 'writing' style and the language more. There are beautiful phrases that give goosebumps for the word choices.

The characters are strong, and of course, any would fall in love with Pradyumna quickly for Usha Narayan ma'am has weaved the entire novel with such brilliance. He is powerful, macho, heroic, and what not? Oh! his powers. 🙂 Other than Pradyumna, the character of Kali left an impact.

The dialogues were picture perfect and snappy, pushing the story forward.

The underlined philosophy and food-for-thoughts are a positive takeaway to hold on to - for life.

Pradyumna proves that what it takes is the mortal essence and the finish is picture perfect.

If you're an ardent reader of this genre - you'll love it, and if you're not - this book will be a perfect start!

 

The Secret of God’s Son by Usha Narayanan

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BOOK BLITZ


THE SECRET OF GOD’S SON

by

Usha Narayanan



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Blurb


‘The seas will devour the glorious city of Dwaraka. People will forget your name and your Gita!


May the world perish!

May the world perish!’


<span style=”font-family: georgia, times new roman, serif;”>With this cruel curse on Krishna, Queen Gandhari plunges mankind into the unspeakable evil of the Kali Yuga.</span><br />

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<span style=”font-family: georgia, times new roman, serif;”>It is up to Pradyumna to try and reverse the dire prediction. To journey into terrifying realms, confront Yama and Shiva, and to vanquish the Kali demon. And to do so, he must shed all that holds a mortal back-his arrogance, his fears, his baser instincts . . . He must lead his people out of the swirling vortex of greed, disease and misery.</span><br />

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<span style=”font-family: georgia, times new roman, serif;”>And there is one powerful weapon still — the secret surrounding his origin. Will he uncover it in time to fight off the cataclysm? In the answer lies the destiny of all humanity!</span></div>


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About the author


USHA NARAYANAN


Usha Narayanan had a successful career in advertising, radio and corporate communications before becoming a full-time writer. She is the author of The Madras Mangler, a suspense thriller, and Love, Lies and Layoffs, a light-hearted office romance. The Secret of God’s Son is the sequel to her bestselling book, Pradyumna: Son of Krishna, which was published in July 2015. 


When she’s not juggling travel, writing and interviews, Usha reads everything from thrillers to romances, provided her cat isn’t fast asleep on her Kindle. She would love to hear from her readers here: author@ushanarayanan.com 


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Praise for Pradyumna: Son of Krishna


Usha Narayanan has taken a quantum leap . . . to the outright spine-tingling narrative from the leaves of a time before. This book is Indian writing coming of ageFemina


Like the best of our mythological tales, this too, is a multilayered one . . .There is valour, there is cowardice, there is glory, there is shame, there is sex, lies and deceptionThe Hindu


This engrossing tale takes readers on a mythological sagaTimes of India


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