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Ram Chandra Series book 4 release date : UPDATES - Amish Tripathi

Ram Chandra series is an ongoing mythological-fiction series by Amish Tripathi about the life of Lord Ram, Lady Sita and Raavan. Three books have been released as of now.

First book Scion of Ikshvaku was released in June 2015.

The second book Sita: Warrior of Mithila was released in May 2017.

And the third book Raavan: Enemy of Aryavartawas released in July 2019.
Amish is currently working on the fourth book of the series, tentatively titled as 'The War of Lanka'. 

Considering that it takes two years for each book to be released, it is likely that the fourth book of the series will be released in summer of 2021. 
Read the latest book by Amish - Legend of Suheldev.
In his recent launch, Legend of Suheldev, Amish introduces us to a lesser-known hero, who was instrumental in uniting the different dynasties and kingdoms of India into one band of warriors. 
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Till now in Ram Chandra Series, the narrative has been multilinear. The timeline of the endi…

Review : Words of Radiance - A masterpiece of Stormlight Archive

Recently I completed reading Words of Radiance. It's the second book of Stormlight Archive. It's been a while since I read the first one - ' The Way of Kings '.

Months actually. 8 months. I like to take a break before moving on to the next one in fantasy series like these. They come once in every 3 years or so.  It's good to read it in intervals till the next one comes.

 When I was reading Way of Kings, it took 15 days. And it was around 1200 pages. I enjoyed it a lot.

But at that time I wasn't obsessed with the series like I'm now. Words of Radiance was 1328 pages in mass-market paperback version and I finished it in seven days !!! I was so much into it. It was perfect. Brandon Sanderson deserves all the praise he gets for Stormlight Archive.
 There were several goosebumps moments in the book. I can't describe them here. It would spoil the book for you. Many times I had to stop reading for a few seconds, just to absorb it. And then resume it again.