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The Sullied Warrior Duology is all set to be concluded

The Sullied Warrior Duology is all set to be concluded

Gurugram, Nov 13 (UNI) In a time where Indian literature is flooding with trilogies, finding a great duology read is no less than a treasure hunt.

Canada-based author Gaurav Sharma’s mythology/fantasy novel God of the Sullied was released in September 2018 and has been read by thousands so far, making it earn #1 bestseller badge in ‘Books’ and other sub-categories on Amazon India for several times.

This 240-pager, the first book of The Sullied Warrior Duology is centred around ninth-century India and talks about the rise of the evil in Kali Yuga. God of the Sullied portrays Eklavya as its protagonist who happens to be a warrior and learner of Advaita Vedanta. The story has an innovative plot with impressive character development.

Sharma has lately announced to conclude The Sullied Warrior Duology with the second and final book named Long Live the Sullied which is set to be released in January 2020.

The sequel is also written in a point-of-view narrative that reveals and demystifies all twists and mysteries that God of the Sullied left its readers wondering about. Besides, illustrations in both these books enhance the reading experience that promises a memorable read. The Sullied Warrior Duology is also being translated into Hindi by Gaurav.


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