Thursday, 9 June 2016

BOOK REVIEW: History Revisited by Nishant Joshi


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Meet Nishant, Suraj and Sachin, three "unlucky" guys. Finding themselves stuck in the thirty-fifth century B.C after being plunged by a near death experience into a time portal, their luck flips around. They find themselves trapped in a bloody conflict raging between two opposing dynasties. They stumble upon a dynastic princess and her new born baby and resolve to unite her with her prince from the opposing dynasty. During their quest, they must seek a time locator that could allow them to return to their own time but not before they discover fantastical weapons which give them various supernatural powers. Overseeing the evil in the world, a demonic sorcerer wields the blackest magic and destroys the whole dynastic army. Can the three stop him or will they, like the army, perish in the attempt? Will they be able to finally return to their own time? Can they overcome their bad luck or has destiny planned something else for them?

BOOK REVIEW:-
 I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This is a historical and Sci-fi sort of book.

I like the time travel concept.
I always  like such type of stories.
The story revolves around 3 friends -Nishant, Suraj and Sachin, They used to work tirelessly to earn their living , seeing their dreams getting broken in front of their eyes.
One day while returning home, they saw a clay tablet which read "DONOT CROSS AFTER THIS POINT".
Then as soon as they crossed that line, they thought some magic has happened.
No one was ready to believe .They started investigating the place, to find where they have landed.
There was no signal on the mobile phone. Angrasya Dynasty ruled by Samrat Amgrasya.3500-4000 B.C

What will they do when they will get superpowers? Will be able to return into present ?

What I  Dislike -

  • The book didnt justify the category .
  • The writing could have been much better.
The blurb and the cover got me hooked. The story was so much addicting that once you’re in, you won’t stop until you reached that last line. The title of the book is apt.I would rate this book 4.5 out of 5 stars. 


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