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Wrath of the Hellfires Book Review - Vikramaditya Veergatha #4

 Years ago, back in 2015, I saw a beautiful cover of the book ' The Guardians of the Halahala ' while I was browsing on amazon for Indian mythology books. At that time I was still new to this genre. I had recently finished reading Shiva Trilogy by Amish and loved it so much that I wanted to read more and more books like this.  The recent editions of 'The Guardians of the Halahala' is different than what it used to be before. But I liked the first one, depicting Vishada's dagger in blue colour and purple background. It instantly attracts attention, prompting anyone to read the book or find out what it's about. After a month of putting it in my cart, I bought the book.  In my childhood, I used to read a lot of books in Gujarati, about Vikramaditya. That includes Betaal Pachhisi, Singhasan Battisi, and individual stories of King Vikramaditya's adventures. I think I read around 40-50 such books. I still remember a lot of them and I've told them numerous

Funny Quotes from Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells

Murderbot Diaries written by Martha Wells is one of my favourite Science Fiction book series along with The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and Ender's Game series. They are funny, action-packed and narrated by a Secunit who just wants everyone to leave him alone so that it can binge-watch its favourite shows.  So far five books have been released in Murderbot Diaries. All of them made me laugh several times. I had some photos of my favourite quotes from the series. So I decided to write them down in a single post to make things easier for me and anyone who loves this series as much as I do. Feel free to write your own favourite Murderbot moment in the comment section. I'm sure you're going to enjoy reading these lines as much as I did. All Systems Red 1. Yes, talk to Murderbot about its feelings. The idea was so painful my efficiency dropped to 97 per cent. 2. I liked the imaginary people on the entertainment feed more than way more than I liked the real ones, but y