[PDF] The Simoqin Prophecies (GameWorld Trilogy, #1) By Samit Basu – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Simoqin Prophecies (GameWorld Trilogy, #1) Die Prophezeiungen Berichten Vom Erwachen Des Schrecklichen Rakshas Danh Gem Und Von Der Ankunft Eines Helden, Der Sich Ihm Entgegenstellen Wird Als Der Tag Der R Ckkehr Danh Gems Naht, Macht Man Kurzerhand Den Prinzen Asvin Zum Retter Doch Dann Sind Da Noch Die Sch Ne Maya Und Der Junge Zauberer Kirin Wer Ist Der Prophezeite Retter Und Wer Vernichter Der Welt Samit Basu F Hrt In Eine Nie Gekannte Welt Der Fliegenden Teppiche, Rosa Trolle, Baucht Nzerinnen Und M Rderischen Kaninchen.


About the Author: Samit Basu

Samit Basu is a writer of books, films and comics His first novel, The Simoqin Prophecies, published by Penguin India in 2003, when Samit was 23, was the first book in the bestselling Gameworld Trilogy and marked the beginning of Indian English fantasy writing The other books in the trilogy are The Manticore s Secret and The Unwaba Revelations.Samit s other novels include a YA novel, Terror on t



10 thoughts on “The Simoqin Prophecies (GameWorld Trilogy, #1)

  1. says:

    This was absolutely glorious fun It s a weird but entirely assured blend a high fantasy quest Dark Lord epic based in Indian rather than Euro Scand myth and landscape, which is also absolutely rammed with gags the cheaper the better , terrible puns, and affectionate mockery of fantasy tropes This is the s


  2. says:

    It took me a little while to get into this book because it starts out slow, and I m not used to Hindu critter names It wasn t too long that I was completely absorbed into the book I have to admit, I really liked Basu s writing style It was fun, hilarious, quirky, and epic As I read through all of the mini adventur


  3. says:

    I like fantasy fiction unlike the vast majority of people who think that it s a disreputable form of literature and consider it only for kids I liked the book It brims over with allusions Ramayana, Mahabharatha, Greek mythology, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, comic books, Arabian Nights etc etc The storyline, of course,


  4. says:

    Imagine this A desert that s called Al Ugobi.A seagull whose name is Irik Seagull.A group of spell casters calling themselves Hex Men Now none of the above are integral to this story but why I mentioned them here first is probably because this inventive play on words is my major take away from this book Samit Basu is just superb at


  5. says:

    Finally, an Indian author who writes science fiction fantasy And what a novel With references from various books, ranging from Indian epics like the Ramayan and the Mahabharata to fantasy books like Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings and Eragon to Greek mythology this book has it all.The writing is fluid, easy to read and laced with humor The


  6. says:

    Think of a story, Timas It can be anything you like Don t think too much, now Protagonists can be regular too Guy and female best friend Perfect, Timas Let s put in a competing alpha male, yes And keep it in an Indian mythological setting how novel While you re at it, Timas, throw in a lot of references to appear clever Now start writing, Timas your


  7. says:

    I had given up on contemporary Indian authors, but Samit Basu gives me hope Surprisingly well written, the book is a parody of your everyday fantasy With a Dark Lord who s not so dark, a Robin Hood doubling as Lord Rama and princes falling in love with Rakshases, while damsels give knights a run for their money, this book hilariously kills all ...


  8. says:

    A very underrated author. Lucky for me i picked up this book randomly from the library Hilarious spoofs on everyone from Aladdin to Lord of the Rings to Robin hood and a brilliant story Must read for a good laugh and a great story


  9. says:

    I had heard some vague stuff about Samit Basu s Gameworld Trilogy a long time ago Unfortunately, it got pushed to the deep recesses of my mind until one day, as Fate would have it, I chanced upon a copy of The Simoqin Prophecies Then I thought, Ah, what the heck Secretly I was hoping that the book would restore my hope for the future of modern Indian fantasy fiction.Guess wha


  10. says:

    GoosebumpsI have been a fantasy fiction junkie for the better part of a decade now but this style of writing is totally new to me and extremely refreshing Some die hard fantasy lovers have argued that the books are comedy and so does not get a place in the Great and Exalted Hall of Epic Fantasies however, I would say that the author has managed to walk this tight rope marvelous


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