promising new voice that explores the fascinating world of Indian
folklore/mythology, and taking certain inspiration from J.R.R Tolkien's The
Lord of the Rings, Warjuna Book I: Mrithasu Rising marks the beginning of an
epic high fantasy saga.
Civilizations have once again emerged from
the ruins of Pralaya, and with a new dawn arrive new ambitions. Ordained by
fate, several legions of a ruthless clan have been reported to be seen marching
into the boundaries of Bharata. The origins of the Hayacree are unknown, yet
their intent is evident: to create a new world order.
The tides of war will bring forth valiant
men and women of great fortitude and a divine force to unite them all against
the strong will of the enemy. While the matters of kings and kingdoms are to be
shouldered by a young prince of Wagharr, a supernatural alliance of Mahayogis
and Suparnas will need to travel beyond the realm of man to discover the
architect behind the Hayacree invasion.
The hunt for the real enemy will lead them
to an expanse invisible to the human eye.
In its depth lies an evil waiting to be
discovered, waiting to rise.
Born in the quaint town of Irinjalakuda in Kerala, and
raised in the Kingdom of Bahrain, the author was stoked to have discovered the
essence of life in Mumbai. While he has very little to speak about the time
preceding this book, Warjuna is what
he has become over the last two and a half years. This story barely even
existed before his pilot chapter gathered some attention on WordPress; it was a handful of likes,
but it made a world of a difference.
So, here he is, hoping that he could successfully convey the
visuals he saw in his head, hoping that he could find the right words to do the
same, and praying his readers will enjoy every bit of it.