[ PDF / Epub ] ☆ Armies of Hanuman Author Ashok K. Banker – Burberry-outlets-online.co.uk

Armies of Hanuman Rama Finally Achieves Victory Against The Rakshasas In The Bloody Battle Of Janasthana He Now Looks Forward To A Time Of Harmony In The Lush Environs Of His Retreat At PanchvatiBut, As Rama Soon Realizes, The War Is Yet To Be WonTormented By Unsatiated Lust, In A Hellish Fury, Supanakha, The Demoness Scorned, Makes A Desperate Journey To The Island Kingdom Of Lanka There She Succeeds In Reviving Her Comatose Cousin Ravana, Supreme Lord Of The Asuras, As Ruthlessly Determined To Seek Revenge Against Rama As She Is Their Diabolic Mission Will Test The Very Limits Of Rama S Courage, Skill And Endurance This a 2.5 for me the book was too slow as compared to earlier books and there were time where it failed to keep me interested and i just wanted to get it over with Though some parts still had the usual charm that is present with Ashok s work. Somewhere along the read line, the desire to finish Banker s Ramayana diminishes The details are too stretched and I find chunks of pages that can be skipped they really don t add value to either the thrill or info I particularly detest the mushy romantic details between Rama and Sita They are unnecessary in a plot as big as the Ramayana Yes, Banker clearly states that this is his version of the Ramayana, but we could do away with stuff like love that sells I am presently abandoning the se Somewhere along the read line, the desire to finish Banker s Ramayana diminishes The details are too stretched and I find chunks of pages that can be skipped they really don t add value to either the thrill or info I particularly detest the mushy romantic details between Rama and Sita They are unnecessary in a plot as big as the Ramayana Yes, Banker clearly states that this is his version of the Ramayana, but we could do away with stuff like love that sells I am presently abandoning the series to take a break from the monotonous and stretched narratives Need I say , Jai Aanjaneya This book was well in pace with the first two books of the series An upgrade from the last book.This book has no split POV, hence we do not know what is happening in Ayodhya, and how Kausalya is governing in kingdom in her son s stead But the author has given us reason enough to not worry about that plot line as Hanuman proves to be just as well written a character as Kausalya is I really enjoyed going through all of his POVs and the portrayal of vanars in the book.Rama and Sita s romance fel This book was well in pace with the first two books of the series An upgrade from the last book.This book has no split POV, hence we do not know what is happening in Ayodhya, and how Kausalya is governing in kingdom in her son s stead But the author has given us reason enough to not worry about that plot line as Hanuman proves to be just as well written a character as Kausalya is I really enjoyed going through all of his POVs and the portrayal of vanars in the book.Rama and Sita s romance felt very abrupt when it began, but the author has continued in the same vein and let it blossom It makessense in this book, however, as they have been together for a long time.Something that has stuck with me is the change in Sita s character before and after marriage She seems very docile and dependent after marriage She fights and upholds her own honour as she should, but not in the same vivacity that she used to I feel that she hasn t been developed as well as the others have Hopefully, that changes in the upcoming books.This one was a refreshing change from the last book as there were a good number of battle scenes and engaging scenes The time jump is a little abrupt, but doesn t feel very out of place It s just fine I am excited to read the rest of the books

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