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The Oath of the Vayuputras is the final audiobook of the Shiva Trilogy. In the earlier audiobooks of the trilogy, Shiva finds out that the Nagas are not his enemies and joins hands with them to reach the root of all evil.

This audiobook will have answers to the Neelkanth's questions about his fate, the choices he made previously, and karma. Further, in the concluding book of the trilogy, Shiva reaches Panchavati, the capital of Naga, where he will come face to face with his greatest enemy. Will he win the battle over his wicked enemies, who are out to destroy him and his legacy? The Oath of the Vayuputras will also reveal the reason for Shivas close friend Brahaspati's disappearance and reappearance at the end of the second book, The Secret of the Nagas.

Further, the relationship between Daksha, the king of Meluha, and the mysterious temple priests will also be exposed in this last part of the trilogy. Shiva seeks help from the Vayuputras in the quest to conquer all evil. The great warrior will encounter the real intentions of some characters he deemed to be close to him.

Some new characters will add that extra vitality to the entire plot, especially Shiva's greatest enemy, whose name sends shivers down the spines of many great warriors. An interesting journey of a warrior who is turned into a god by his followers because of his deeds and war against the evil, this audiobook is sure to have its listeners' full attention. It is an audiobook that will make one reflect on their actions. This audiobook, like the two earlier audiobooks of the trilogy ,focuses on philosophy, religion, and the never-ending battle between good and evil.

©2013 Amish Tripathi (P)2015 Reado

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Good Series overall

the 3 parts were amazing and could have better narrator. more books on stories from India needed :)

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Thought provoking explanation of Hindu Mythology

This was the final version of Shiva Triology... although a bit long, but author managed to interweave all the loose ends and managed to pull it in a thought provoking explanation. Very interesting I must admit. Rashid Raza voice has done immense justice to the characters. The rhythm and tone was outstandingly expressive.

Definitely recommend this book to all those who have already read the other two books.. Meluha and The Secret Of Nagas.

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exceptional book nothing can come close

universe bows to lord Shiva
I bow to lord Shiva
i will remember this forever greatest lines I ever read

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Great Writer needs better narrator

Overall I love the shiva trilogy. I read hard copies of the 1st two and tried this audio book. I am halfway through at this Point and the only hard part is that the narrator can't seem to capture me. It would have been better if maybe Other individuals were used for other character's voices

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Awesome book and narration

A really great book indeed. I am glad I went through this book. Hoping to see first two parts also in here.

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Nice concept

Well i really like the idea of the author, which literally an idea can change your life. The way he make every mythical story of Shiva turn into a true story of great human is incredible, although this disappoint me little bit, but overall thinking a story like this very tuff, so keep it up Amish and i know after Ram Chandra Series you going to tell us Mahabharata cant wait for that.

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Not as good as the first 2 books

this book was too long and not as captivating as the first 2. Too much emphasis on war and far too many details which weren't really necessary. Enjoyed it by skipping a lot.