The Immortals of Meluha by Amish

Immortals of meluhaTravelling in a bus can either be a breeze or very exhausting. Especially if you travelling to a different city. You might not like the movie that is being played or you do not have enough battery to watch a movie or listen to music. What can you do? Yes! Read a book. Give your gadgets a break and your mind some space to imagine. While you are trying to stay comfortable on your seat, the driver feels that he is in a fast paced car chasing action movie and tries to drive the bus that way. See he is using his imagination! To remain calm in these situations, I recommend you to read The Immortals of Meluha by Amish.

Well you can use Shiva’s way to try to remain calm (by smoking up some chillum ;)) I rather recommend that you read this book. It’s the first book of the Shiva trilogy, where we see Shiva in situations where he is trying to find his identity and trying to bring a change. Of course there are bad guys who try to stop him, but his friends and family provide him complete support. The amazing thing about this book is that we see Shiva going through emotions that every human being faces in some point of his life. Happiness, pain, deceit, lust and so on. Even though it might seem a long book in terms of pages, but the story will keep you gripped and by the end of the book, you won’t be able to wait to read the next book.

P.S. Shiva seems to be the man every person wants in their life. I guarantee that you’ll have a major crush on him 😉 (Both guys and girls :D)

So carry your copy with your bag pack, sit back and enjoy Shiva’s story in a perspective that will capture the deepest parts of your heart.


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