New Delhi, (May 08, 2020), Long Live the Sullied is the second and last novel in the Sullied Warrior duology by the Indian author Gaurav Sharma. The second book concludes and debunks the stories and mysteries left half-opened in the first book — God of the Sullied, a national bestseller.
The Sullied Warrior duology has broken the jinx of the Indian mythological fiction genre, which typical works on the borders of epic sagas like Ramayana and Mahabharata. Well, this duology has been placed around Eklavya — a boy from a simple village, Scion of Ikshvaku. He is not that Eklavya of Mahabharata, rather this story has been placed in 9th century and the author has involved prophets like Mahavir and Mohammad, so much so that even in the first part Eklavya worked in a cemetery for five years. Truly, this duology is way ahead than its genre and entirely a unique Indian mythological fiction.
“Written in simple and superb manner, this is one of the best sequels to any mythological fiction you would have ever read in life. The Sullied Warrior Duology becomes a mandatory read for mythological lovers…it’s rather a treat.” — Kevein Books and Reviews
Both the books have been reached up to Amazon Bestseller feat, with the first book God of the Sullied becoming a national bestseller, with a Wikipedia account. Both books are available across the world in formats like Kindle and Paperback.
About the Author:
Gaurav Sharma (born 4 March 1992) is an Indian author and novelist, best known for his national (India) bestselling novel, God of the Sullied. His other books include, Long Live the Sullied (sequel to God of the Sullied), The Indian Story of an Author and a semi-autobiographical fiction Gone are the Days which he completed writing in ten months. Prior to Gone are the Days, Gaurav authored three textbooks related to the field of journalism and mass communication.