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  1. says:

    Six books of developing the character and now he's gone and done a complete about face I'm sure the reasons will be revealed later but prepare yourself to meet a Krishna you can barely respect let alone like My disappointment is immeasurable and my day ruined


  2. says:

    Banker's fast and free flowing narrative drew me in and held my attention to the end A thoroughly enjoyable reading experience


  3. says:

    Ever since Krishna rids the world of the evil of his uncle Kamsa a threat has been looming in the form of Jarasandha – the emperor of Magadha Ashok Banker has been handling this rising evil and Krishna's reaction to it in the past three books of the series without arriving at a logical culmination Every time the two of them meet on a field of battle either Krishna or Balarama cuts like a scythe through Jarasandha’s forces and wrings him out like a dishrag While the end of this character is at the hands of a totally different character and not from Krishna’s main story this has started to become tiresome Even in this book there is no end to this conflictWhile Krishna still retains his godly presence he is a much humane character in this book Gone are the traces of his behavior beyond reproach and the mask of the ideal man he wore earlier He makes mistakes and behaves like an errant teenager at times with no explanations offered While it exasperates the supporting characters it makes him a believable portrait Rukmini and Sathyabhama – Krishna’s wives have slightly larger roles in the book and the back story of Krishna’s son – Pradyumna is an interesting one Not much to add I continue onward to the last book in the series post which a detailed review of the series can be put up


  4. says:

    Read this at a stretch I can't wait for the last installment I'm a little miffed that the series ignores Jambavathi it could have been much detailed Satyabhama gets airtime in the next book I guess what with Narakasura to reckon with I find the Pradyumna and Rati relationship disturbing Did she suckle him as a child? But then again this is Indian mythology After the Shivapurana anything seems less shocking I hope the next book releases soon It's releasing alongside the next title in his Mahabharata series so that's two books to look forward to In the meantime I need to finish his Ramayana series


  5. says:

    7th book of Krishna Coriolis shows that the expressions meant for mortal beings are also applied for the immirtals Another amazing one in the series A very good feast for the soul


  6. says:

    I really liked itCant wait for the next book


  7. says:

    Ashok Banker scripts each one of his books with an absolute ability to intrigue his readers Can't wait for the next one


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Rider of Garuda Krishna Coriolis #7

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Even as Jarasandha’s virulent attacks continue unabated the Lord of Dwarka must ensure the safety of his subjects and uphold the dignity of his title in the seventh book of the Krishna Coriolis SeriesNewly married and seeking only to dwell in peace. Banker's fast and free flowing narrative drew me in and held my attention to the end A thoroughly enjoyable reading experience Hyena virulent attacks continue unabated the Lord of Dwarka must ensure the safety of his subjects and uphold the dignity of his title in the seventh book of the Krishna Coriolis SeriesNewly married and seeking only to dwell in peace. Banker's fast and free flowing narrative drew me in and held my attention to the end A thoroughly enjoyable reading experience

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Krishna is shaken when he learns that his greatest challenge still awaits him With the help of powerful forces Jarasandha has summoned Narakasura the demon lord of hell himself Tens of thousands of mortal women fall prey to this new menace even as Kri. Ever since Krishna rids the world of the evil of his uncle Kamsa a threat has been looming in the form of Jarasandha – the emperor of Magadha Ashok Banker has been handling this rising evil and Krishna's reaction to it in the past three books of the series without arriving at a logical culmination Every time the two of them meet on a field of battle either Krishna or Balarama cuts like a scythe through Jarasandha’s forces and wrings him out like a dishrag While the end of this character is at the hands of a totally different character and not from Krishna’s main story this has started to become tiresome Even in this book there is no end to this conflictWhile Krishna still retains his godly presence he is a much humane character in this book Gone are the traces of his behavior beyond reproach and the mask of the ideal man he wore earlier He makes mistakes and behaves like an errant teenager at times with no explanations offered While it exasperates the supporting characters it makes him a believable portrait Rukmini and Sathyabhama – Krishna’s wives have slightly larger roles in the book and the back story of Krishna’s son – Pradyumna is an interesting one Not much to add I continue onward to the last book in the series post which a detailed review of the series can be put up

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Shna is forced to defend his honour and go on the most pointless uest imaginable the search for a missing jewel Krishna finally assumes his true form as the master of the great and powerful Garuda and prepares to rid the world of evil once and for all. I really liked itCant wait for the next book