Sita- Warrior of Mithila a must read fantasy

Sita- Warrior of Mithila review: She is the warrior we need. The Goddess we await. She will defend Dharma. She will protect us.

Plot Summary: Sita- Warrior of Mithila is Ramayana in Sita’s point of view. An abandoned child is found in the fields of Mithila and gets into the hands of the ruler of Mithila. The child grows into a brave young Sita. Her journey from a child to the lady love Lord Ram is narrated in the 376 pages of mythological fantasy.


Sita- Warrior of Mithila reviewAuthor: Amish Tripathi

Published by: Westland

Pages: 376

Price: Rs. 175/- Buy now

Goosebumps review: A perfect book to read if you love Ramayana and Amish. The narration, lucid language and feminist approach towards Lady Sita’s story are highlight of the book. Don’t miss if you are a fantasy lover. Goosebumps guaranteed.

Rating: 4 Stars (4 / 5)

 


Sita- Warrior of Mithila review:

Amish is different in terms of his narration, especially detailing the fantasy world. He excels again with his second book of the Ram Chandra series. Though the book is the second in the series it doesn’t go on as a sequel rather it narrates the story from Sita’s perspective. Amish has chosen to narrate Ramayana from each lead character’s perspective in each book.

Though we have many books that speaks about the Sita’s view of Ramayana Warrior of Mithila is different. It doesn’t showcase Sita as a situation bound princess rather it introduces us to the brave and energetic warrior. Sita we meet in the book is fearless, brave and strategic warrior.

The narration is perfect as ever. The detailing is where Amish scores. He makes the readers actually visualize the fantasy world. The twists and the interconnected tales keep the readers excited.

The usual Amish’s philosophies are a little less comparing the first part in the series. It is both the positive and negative of the book as few readers love Amish’s philosophy while few don’t. Apart from the above the book is another master piece of Amish.

A must read for fantasy and Amish’s fans.

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