Bringing mythological characters and events to life as a fictional character seems to be a new trend in the industry. Lord Shri Krishna is the character which Mithilesh Kumar brought to life in the book Supercop of Aryavrat.
Shri Krishna is the main character in the book. He is projected as a human instead of a God. Mahabharata is the greatest epic of our time. The stories from the Mahabharata has been told to us time and again. In this book, the author has told those stories from the point of view of Shri Krisha. He has tried to give an explanation for the decisions taken by Shri Krishna.
Shri Krishna is retelling the stories from his point of view. However, those stories should have been presented as they occurred ages ago. It is a good attempt by the author to narrate the stories from Mahabharata from Shri Krishna’s point of view.
Shri Krishna is the only character which is constant other characters come and go as they are needed. It is difficult to keep track of what is happening because there are many plots are happening at the same time. Unless one really knows the stories from the Mahabharata it is difficult to understand what is happening.
The language of the book is simple but is not able to grab the attention of the audience. I struggled, in the beginning, to continue reading the book because there’s too much happening and it became difficult to keep track of stories and characters.
Although, the cover of the book is very attractive. The blurb generates readers interest in the book.
Overall I will give this book 2 / 5 points.
Thank you Rakhi for giving me an opportunity to review this book. “I got the book as a part of the review program in Outset”
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