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Long Live the Sullied: Tale of Kismet and Karma in Kaliyuga

Long Live the Sullied: Tale of Kismet and Karma in Kaliyuga

Gurugram, Dec 29 (UNI) Canada-based author Gaurav Sharma concludes The Sullied Warrior Duology with Long Live the Sullied, a mythology-fantasy novel that is a sequel to the national bestseller God of the Sullied that came out in September 2018.

Long Live the Sullied is a 236-pager book that runs into flashback for the most part, connecting first book’s story cohesively. It takes the tale of Eklavya further, revealing each character’s past and linking all twists that God of the Sullied had.

Prologue of the book discusses a mysterious incident that brought wrath upon the kingdom of Rudraputra, making readers keen to know what was it that made everybody lose their senses in the Kingdom.

Chapters have been written in first-person narrative language as though each character from God of the Sullied is telling their story. The plot is well-researched and logical, making it an enthralling read that leaves you wanting more. Besides, the novel, like God of the Sullied has illustrations to further strengthen the overall reading experience.

Sharma’a novel marks the end of Kaliyuga in Rudraputra as Eklavya regains the throne, promising the dawn of Sat Yug in the kingdom.

Long Live the Sullied is priced at INR 225, same as God of the Sullied and published by Delhi-based Think Tank Books – a publishing house founded by Sharma himself.

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