RIZE: Ragnaerok
Raj Dhoreliya

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Synopsis

Hear, hear, hear…

In the magical world of VANHAER, the dark age of demons has passed, and the era of champions is at hand.

The hero of prophesy, RAGNAER, rises out from the ocean, and vows to deliver the land from the war threatening its peace.

But on his journey, Ragnaer learns that the Evil Dark Lord is merely a pawn in the grander scheme of things where the ruler of the underworld aims to conquer the Three Realms.

Over the course of The Godslayer Saga, Ragnaer battles medieval armies, faces off against Death and The Four Horsemen in modern day Earth, and kicks some serious butt in a futuristic hell.

And in the end….

Well, you’ll have to read the books to find out the ending!

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Naren Dutta

Not a material that would look good on paperback, but I'd like to read this book further if it is made available in Kindle or any other eBook version

May 16 '16
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Ananya Verma

Very well written! Great piece of art! Can't wait to read more...awsome plot and really funny!Good going! :)

Mar 13 '16
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Vishal

Three stars for a good flow and good language.

Mar 03 '16
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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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pandustar

This is Sci Fi - but not at its very best. Plenty of grammatical errors and i think a few typos too, but trust me that I understand just how difficult writing this genre can be. In that regard, it's a good attempt. But still, there are miles to go before it can be even shortlisted for publishing.

Feb 17 '16
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Raj Dhoreliya

Thanks Pandu for the read, and thanks for the points.
Will work on it to make it a better offering

Mar 08 '16
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Komal Agrawal

I totally agree on Uday Satpathy :)

Jan 30 '16
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Vipin Gupta

I liked the plot but there was something missing in the story.

Jan 30 '16
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Pawan Sharma

A neat attempt.

Jan 27 '16
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Uday Satpathy

Though the manuscript has come under some criticism because of obvious similarities with the world in LOTR, I have to say I am mighty impressed with Raj's writing. The language is good and does give the feel of an epic. The rough tongue of mariners has been replicated well. As a suggestion, the author needs to make the start more interesting to draw the reader into the new world. There are a few large paragraphs which can be done away with, a few passages of telling which can be replaced by showing. Can be a good work with some edits. Best of luck!

Jan 21 '16
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Dec 20 '15
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Kalyani

Thorin, New Kingdoms, Five Gods, Wastelands of Roth, Ragnaer …
Sounds like Game of Thrones or other books in that genre!

And I guess that is one of the major issues I have with this story. Since the author obviously has what it takes to write a fantasy novel, can he please try and write “Indian” one?

But otherwise, pace and language are fairly decent

All the best!

Dec 19 '15
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Raj Dhoreliya

Thanks for the review and read Kalyani. I will work on those points to develop it further.

Mar 08 '16
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Sanjana Shelar

The writing is a confusing mishmash of names, adjectives, nicknames and bad puns. There is also a thin vein of misogyny and an overload of characters with strange names, not to mention distracting grammatical errors. I get the feeling that the characters and places are very clear in the author's mind, with backstories and physical characteristics that we readers can never grasp.

Dec 17 '15
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Geetha Krishnan

Even with the synopsis, it does not seem possible to understand the direction in which the plot is progressing. Lots of spelling and grammatical errors. With a bit of polishing and better pacing, might be worth a read

Dec 10 '15
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Raj Dhoreliya

Thanks for the review Geetha. Will work on the points you mentioned.

Mar 08 '16
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Sahil Bansal

Good work, well written and looks interesting.. Looking forward to seeing more of the same..

Dec 09 '15
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Nikhil Goyal

Finally, a fantasy fiction from the Indian stable we can sink our teeth into....
Characters look good, first few chapters are humorous and the battle at the ending looks cool. Hope the overall story is as interesting as the teaser....

Dec 09 '15
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Deepak Kaul

I'll be giving the following volumes a miss.

Dec 09 '15
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Writer, Traveler, Dreamer, Musician.... Sales Manager by day, and author by night... ;)