Krishna Teja
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About Krishna Teja

Hello everyone!! I'm G.K.Teja (yes GK but i'm not good at it :P) and i'm working in NTPC as an Asst. Manager. I love reading books and pen down all my crazy ideas!! I hope you'll like them as i did when i wrote them down!! Have a fun filled reading!

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Favourite Books

Percy Jackson Series

Atlas Shrugged

Harry Potter Series

Angles & Demons

Favourite Authors

Ayn Rand

Rick Riordan

Dan Brown

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An Intent Intruder

Krishna Teja

The writing was really good! I was hooked by the story of Sid and Shreya. And if this was a book about them solely, then I would've given five stars. But after reading the synopsis, it was hard to make anything about the story from the first three chapters. But the language and the writing style- very good. All the best!

Apr 07 '16
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LOTUS COMPANY

Krishna Teja

I was hooked with "Simpson Bradley died because he knew things". What a way to start a story!! Then I was absolutely indulged in after- "Eight minutes before Simpson was going to die, the framed cityscape flirted with the shy golden sun rays". That was one of the best writings that I have ever read. The first chapter was spectacular with an ending that made me actually gasp - Holy!!
But then, the remaining chapters couldn't carry the pace or tone. I am sure that as we dwell further into the book, it would get more and more interesting. The manuscript requires editing, but that's understandable and it gets overshadowed by the awesomeness of the story! Great job! Please try to keep the same pace of the first chapter throughout!

Mar 01 '16
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Y.S. Scott

Thanks a lot, Krishna. Glad you enjoyed it. That's exactly the kind of excitement I wish to see in everyone who reads these chapters. Cheers

Mar 03 '16
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Corpokshetra

Krishna Teja

One word- Amazing! The concept is too good and the writing style is crisp and smooth. I didn't feel bored at all even for a moment. This is truly worth publishing!

Feb 28 '16
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Deepak Kaul

Thank you for kind review.

Feb 28 '16
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An Autograph for Anjali

Krishna Teja

The three chapters were extremely well written. What I liked the most was that the author wrote the chapters from different POVs and yet managed to maintain the same pace, tone and depth in the story. The language was smooth and the story seems to be good. The chapters are a little short to understand the story as of now but it seems to be a promising one. All the best

Feb 27 '16
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Sundari Venkatraman

The ebook is already published on Amazon. Also available on #KindleUnlimited. If you are a fan of paperbacks, you can buy that version here: https://notionpress.com/read/an-autograph-for-anjali

May 16 '16
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Sundari Venkatraman

Thank you Krishna Teja for your positive review. I have explored a new way of writing - each chapter from one person's POV; even minor characters, as they take the story forward. The chapters are also minuscule. The final version has 90 chapters in all. The book is to be released on March 7, 2016, exclusively on Amazon.

Feb 27 '16
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The Unvanquished

Krishna Teja

Feb 22 '16
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Geetha Krishnan

Thank you!!

Feb 25 '16
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End to Start

Krishna Teja

The story is amazing! Witty and had a good flow of language. The vocabulary was also apt. I liked how the author described the character of 'Dada'. Some editing is required but that's not a big thing. When the third chapter was done I was a little annoyed- I wanted to read more!!! Great stuff!

Feb 22 '16
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Nikhil Kulkarni

Thank You Krishna.Very happy to read such a comment coming from an author like you :)

Feb 23 '16
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Summons from the Creator

Krishna Teja

I loved the way the flow was! Can't wait to read the story ahead. Only one thing, at some places the story felt like it was being dragged. Second chapter especially. But overall it was amazing!!

Feb 21 '16
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Priya Sidharth Sethi

Thanks Krishna!

Feb 21 '16
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RIZE: Ragnaerok

Krishna Teja

The book started off nice and the battle was amazing! Even though there was a touch of LOR and others, there was something unique about the author's own style of writing. However, at some places the pace of the book dropped and I had to force myself to read on. But I'd definitely like to read the remaining story! All the best1

Feb 21 '16
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Raj Dhoreliya

Thanks Krishna, glad you liked it.
Will work on the pacing issues you mentioned.

Mar 08 '16
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