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review 2017-04-28 12:00
Book Review of The Rise of Sivagami: Book 1 of Baahubali - Before the Beginning by Hire A Book Team

Neelkanthan’s this new Action Adventure and Historical Fiction category book answers the curiosity of Bahubali movie viewers’ to know about the beginning of powerful kingdom Mahishmati. Shivagami; grow as an orphan girl, with an intention to take revenge of her father’s death, who was murdered by the King of Mahishmathi. At the teenage Shivagami kills the king to bring Mahishmathi Empire under her rule and marries one of the foremost members of empire which brings her in the power and she becomes Raajmata Shivagami. Readers also come to know the past of other most powerful character, Kattappa while encountering other characters like GunduRamu& the Pattaraya which adds more enthusiasm in the story. It is a treat for the address as author has taken the description of the Kingdom to the highest level of detailing. His attention to even a minute detail in the narration; virtually plunks readers in Kingdom.However the main storyline focused on Shivagami, the offshoots take us to the phenomenal journey of the Kingdom and its social life.

Source: www.hireabook.com/blog/Book-Review-of-The-Rise-of-Sivagami-Baahubali-Before-the-Beginning.php
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review 2013-07-01 00:00
Blown Circuit: Explosive Spy Action for Mystery Thriller Fans (#2)
Blown Circuit - Lars Guignard Did you like the way the book ended? No, the ending left me wanting more. Many of us at the book club are wondering when the next book will be published

At the end of the book, do you feel hope for the characters? Yes, I have hope for Mike and his dad.

What was the most exciting part of the book. When Mike was buried alive. It was so graphic. I could see it and feel it. Has to be one of the worst things in the world and it definitely gave me goosebumps.

Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author.
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review 2013-07-01 00:00
Blown Circuit: Explosive Spy Action for Mystery Thriller Fans (#2)
Blown Circuit - Lars Guignard What is stronger in the book: plot or character development? Quite a few book club members said that it was character development. I'm going to go with plot development. Each sequence of events made the book pop.

If you could only save one character from the book in the event of a disaster, which one would it be and why? Mike, our world needs his expertise.

Top 3 things I liked about the setting in this book. It changed a lot. Was mysterious. Different countries.

Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author.
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review 2013-07-01 00:00
Blown Circuit: Explosive Spy Action for Mystery Thriller Fans (#2)
Blown Circuit - Lars Guignard What did the title have to do with the book? The title fit because of the bombs and technology.

Make a list of facts you learned from the story. Michael's dad worked for the CIA. Michael also worked for the CIA. Tesla was a very powerful but experimental weapon that was stolen in 1955. Michael's dad was kidnapped by The Green Dragons. The CIA, Russia and Turkey wanted Tesla. Michael found a journal with many diagrams concerning the where abouts of Tesla. Tesla had to have two parts before it could be detonated.

Is the plot well-developed? Plot was very well developed. Completely believable. This was a good book that offered a lot of discussion during the book club.

Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author.
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review 2013-07-01 00:00
Blown Circuit: Explosive Spy Action for Mystery Thriller Fans (#2)
Blown Circuit - Lars Guignard Favourite scene …. When Mike teetered his iphone, so it looked like the target was hit.

How realistic was the characterization? All characters were believable. All actions made sense and I especially liked the many different locations.

How does the setting figure into the book? There were many settings and I especially liked Vietnam. The many settings make this book seem a lot like Robert Ludlum's Bourne.

Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author.
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