“Mohan Narayanan’s great creativeness is amazingly active and his
knowledge of Nordic or Norse mythology
exceeds by far what I as a German remember of that stuff!
It is true globalisation to engage Gods or Deities in cooperation
and antagonism across the continents. The real events,names of persons and the
dates produce a mixed atmosphere of reality and fantasy.
In all it is an amazing, entertaining book with an underlying
optimistic attitude to development of further technical means and human
recognition of what till now is called supernatural.
Highly recommended for readers of all ages!”
- Dr Armin-Albano
“Mohan Narayanan very
interestingly brings back the ancient style of story-telling through the use of
Gods and Goddesses and their interaction with human beings, to give expression
to his limitless fantasies.
The blend of mythology from different cultures, mixed with science
fiction with aliens, spaceships and robotics makes the story much deeper than
the previous book.
The story really moves into interesting theories of mysticism,
well mixed with science fiction and
explodes with new sets of creativity unfolding at interesting levels.
What makes one read ‘The Payyoli Draupnir’ with so much attention?
The quality of narration and the fine art of story-telling, combined with the
continuity from ‘The Payyoli Pendant’ - also as gripping, with the suspense
being ably maintained throughout by the author.”
- Drunken Mystic,
Yoga Teacher, Jamshedpur/India
“The best story teller in today’s literature
- world wide! Gripping.... I loved the vivid descriptions and the pace of the
narration - had me glued to the pages!”
- Ravi Varman, Movie Director, Chennai/India
One of the best selling modern Indian Authors writing in
English, Mohan Narayanan's THE PAYYOLI TRILOGY has been widely read in over 50
countries around the Globe. Having lived in Germany, his books are most popular
in Europe and a search for "Mohan Narayanan, buch" on the German
google.de has today over 12 lakh references. This is the second title in the
series. His earlier novel THE PAYYOLI PENDANT
(also published by NOTION PRESS) is being currently translated in to Tamil