I have read Mahabharata from several authors and every time I listen to the story some new thought always occur. I am very picky about authors who re-write what Vyasa has written. I downloaded this book due to my wife's insist and I am not at all disappointed.
The great epic has been told from Panchali's view point and the reader has done an excellent job.
I will recommend this book for anybody who are interested in religious mythologies and Mahabaratha itself is a very thought provoking story and this book will introduce you to that.
I found Pandora's Star far too long and in dire need of some stricter editing. There are too many characters and some of these characters and sub plots do not add anything to the main story. Even the important parts could have been tightened considerably, with many paragraphs of needless detail just getting in the way and making it a labourious read. I think the story could have been told in half the number of pages than what is.
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