Weapon of Vishnu
Krishna Teja

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Synopsis

Sixteen Year Old Arjun Bharadwaj was the only heir of the richest industrial stretch of the country... Ten years back something happened that changed him... Changed him entirely... He was now a lonely kid with just one friend - Krishna and his uncle- Charya. Things were going pretty normal until someone decided to wake up a Dark Force that threatened to destroy the very foundations of humanity... And suddenly, Arjun and Krishna find themselves in the midst of a sequence of unprecedented events... Events, that unfold things that Arjun never thought could exist... Now he must race against time and an unknown power to find the one thing that could help him... The one thing that could end the Dark Force... The one weapon that could put an end to the madness around him and save Earth. In the crossed over timelines of Indian Mythology Arjun, along with Krishna and two others, has to fight against gods and demons to only find out the thrilling possibility that he could be the Final Avatar of Lord Vishnu...That he could be Kalki...

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Chandreyee

Despite of the grammatical errors, which are sadly quite substantial in number, especially the erratic change in person occasionally and the zero-use of proper punctuation, I would say it is a pretty good one. The plot is gripping and intriguing, though the idea of anything iron harming the Pisacas sound too . . . what to say, superstitious. But that point is relatively ignorable, as this is a kind of "mythological fantasy", but anyways, the point isn't moot. Apart from the mentioned points, and that the manuscript needs a good amount of editing, I would say it's quite good for a nice read.

Oct 13 '16
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Nymisha Irunamadin

Mar 30 '16
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Krishna Teja

Thank you :)

Mar 30 '16
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Shilpa

Loved the writing. It kept me on the edge throughout the story. A bit inspired from Harry potter (which I loved), and the way it was blend with our mythology was awesome.

Mar 07 '16
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Meera

This is a very interesting book to read. Seems like an extraordinary boy born ordinary trying to figure out why things are happening against him and in the process realises the hidden powers within him and the reason for his birth. This book seems to have a rich Indian flavour in it. Eagerly waiting to read the next chapters.

Mar 05 '16
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Krishna Teja

Thanks a lot Meera for the kind review :)

Mar 05 '16
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Sravani Ganna

Excellent Work.Very interesting.

Mar 02 '16
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Krishna Teja

Thank you :)

Mar 05 '16
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ankitakohirkar@gmail.com

A fast paced, exciting and an extremely entertaining read. Has definitely peaked an interest in a Hindu mythology fantasy story for once with a reminiscent aura of Riordan and Rowling. Can't wait to read the whole book! :)

Feb 29 '16
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Krishna Teja

Thanks a lot :)

Mar 05 '16
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mano

The author seems to fittingly blend the glorious past into the awaited future.
A captivating imagination and more fascinating narration.
Looking to the full book!

Feb 29 '16
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Krishna Teja

Thanks a lot!!

Feb 29 '16
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Kasa

I am not an avid reader of mythological fantasy but I find the plot to be very intelligent. At some places, the descriptions are very good. With some effort on editing,the communication of ideas will be more smooth. All the best.

Feb 29 '16
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Krishna Teja

Thank You for your valuable review. I am currently working on editing the manuscript.

Feb 29 '16
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Nanda Jp

Solid plot, gripping actually! Loved the humor element! Can't wait to read the next chapters :)

Feb 28 '16
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Krishna Teja

Thank You! :)

Feb 28 '16
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Krishna Swetha

An excellently written book... Anew look to an old epic... Its capable of binding the readers attention to it... Agreed that there is a hint of J K Rowling writing pattern in some parts.... Well Harry Potter book is such! Kudos teja! Way to go...

Feb 27 '16
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Krishna Teja

Thank you swetha :)

Feb 27 '16
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pandustar

You sometimes come across some really weird combinations, most of which leave a bad taste in your mouth. This is just one of those weird combinations - mytho humor. But the aftertaste is pretty smooth. The manuscript need a bit of editing, however, even though the chapters are pretty long, they are fast paced and hence feel crisp. Just hope that the story manages to hold the same pace that the first three chapters have set.
All the best.

Feb 24 '16
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Krishna Teja

Thanks a lot! Yes the manuscript needs a little editing which I am currently doing.

Feb 26 '16
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Deepak Kaul

Interesting storyline. Needs better execution.

Feb 21 '16
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Krishna Teja

Thank you! I'll definitely work on it..

Feb 21 '16
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Geetha Krishnan

The plot is very good and able to hold the reader's interest. Some resemblence to Harry Potter at times could be felt. There were a few places when me is used instead of him. A round of editing is required. But over all, an enthralling plot and I would definitely want to read further

Feb 21 '16
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Krishna Teja

Thank you. Yes I thought I replaced the me but I missed at some places. Thank you

Feb 21 '16
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About the author

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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!