Yama’s Lieutenant by Anuja Chandramouli

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Published: June 8th 2016 by Random House India

Read Date: June 15 2017

Stars: 4.5/5

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Yama’s Lieutenant is mind-blowing Indian mythology fiction.

First of all, those who doesn’t know Indian mythology, little clarification for them- Yama is ruler of underworlds, Hades in Greek mythology. Seeing that cover above? That’s how he look in Indian mythology.

Let’s get back to story and my review.

Blurb (in my words)

Twin brother and sister, Agni and Varuna, inseparable in childhood are now separated by death. Agni is having a hard time after his sister’s death. When he is appointed as Yama’s lieutenant, his already grief struck life become difficult with great responsibility.

Prisoners of Yama’s kingdom, hell, are escaping Yama’s stronghold, wreaking havoc all across the three realms. And a powerful necromancer is releasing the dark forces, Narakyamayas, to destroy the world.

Agni is assigned a mission by a goddess to find a person who can help in saving the world. And then there is book written by his sister on the mythical world, about Yama.

How his sister knew so much about Yama? Will Agni be able to stop the destruction in the world? Who is that person destined to be salvation of the three realm?

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Mooniana: And the Secrets of the Lost Chronicles of Sophia By Miranda Moondawn

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Published: Published February 25th 2015 by Mirador Publishing

Stars: 3.5/5

Blurb-

The story is centralized on Muses -daughters of Mnemosyne (the Goddess of Memory) and Zeus (the ruler) representing different art. Six of the nine muses- Erato, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Urania, and Euterpe- who have incarnated on earth to restore the peace and brotherhood in world. They are trying to find and restore lost chronicles of Sophia. But difficulties arises when they come to realize the expectations their Mother and Zeus. The main purpose of their incarnation entangles in politics of Olympus.

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