A Game of Gods #2020

A Game of Gods By Hari Kumar K A Game of Gods They were the most envied couple during their college days but they parted ways in search of their careers She becomes an ace journalist while he becomes the most celebrated filmmaker They never thou
  • Title: A Game of Gods
  • Author: Hari Kumar K
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  • Page: 439
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Game of Gods By Hari Kumar K They were the most envied couple during their college days, but they parted ways in search of their careers She becomes an ace journalist while he becomes the most celebrated filmmaker They never thought their paths would cross each other ever again But then Destiny has its own way of bringing soul mates together In the year 2017, when a secret brotherhood in EgyptThey were the most envied couple during their college days, but they parted ways in search of their careers She becomes an ace journalist while he becomes the most celebrated filmmaker They never thought their paths would cross each other ever again But then Destiny has its own way of bringing soul mates together In the year 2017, when a secret brotherhood in Egypt will conspire to bring the biblical End of Days, it will be up to him to save humanity from getting wiped off the face of Earth But then she comes back into his life again Will he save mankind or will he succumb to his weakness Only time will tell for the task is Herculean and time waits for none And a deep dark secret about Mankind will be revealed to the Chosen One in this Game of Gods.
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    About "Hari Kumar K"

    1. Hari Kumar K

      Harikumar Krishnamoorthy born 3 January 1989 , better known as K Hari Kumar, is an Indian novelist and screenwriter born in Cochin and brought up in the suburbs of Gurgaon He did his schooling from DAV Public School, Gurgaon His first book When Strangers Meet was published in 2013, followed by That Frequent Visitor 2015 He has penned the screenplay for E Malayalam Movie He has been featured as one of the top horror writers of India.

    411 thoughts on “A Game of Gods”

    1. Pagan rituals for the gods long ago trapped them between portal of time so they could cause no havoc on Earth, but the wrath of the one brought the curse of Anunnakis Fast forward to 2017, where renowned director, Manav Ghandi has made his final film in the Indian film industry Reaching the ears of the news industry, his former college sweetheart decides to hunt down the answers to his shocking decision, herself Pakhi is determined to get answers about and from Manav But will she like the answe [...]


    2. A good story, very good characterization, good use of language contrasted with unexpected grammatical mistakes often The grammar can be easily corrected with the help of professional editors This book needs it There s also a love story like how every Indian book has but it s just a subplot overall a very creative plot line and a good narration but I was turned off by the bad grammar too many times.


    3. I want to start by saying that I Love this cover It is seriously one of the few covers to cross my path that would initially hook me to pick up the book and at least read the back cover to see what it was about The choice love or saving the world, how unfair why cant I have both I enjoyed that the love story was of a subplot to the drama throughout the book There is a lot of dialog and I like that, I want for the characters to have strong voices not pages of inner dialog A very enjoyable book f [...]


    4. The book started off really well and I was looking forward to a very engaging read But after the intro, I really tried but couldn t go further than 12% of the book The style changed and just didn t keep me interested in it.The story changed from talking about gods to modern day life in the most mundane of ways I can assume it is setting the pace for what is to come but I couldn t continue long enough to find out



    5. I m thinking I wasn t in the proper mood for this book, I feel like it was half the alchemyst and half stargate.


    6. As someone who has read his 2 earlier books, I feel like he s finally discovering his style and voice Though the idea is relatively interesting, it is not successfully passed to the reader The developments near the end left me puzzled but not in a way that makes me want to read the next book and find out Best of luck to Kumar though I don t think i ll be reading any of his books any time in the future.



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