Amish’s War of Lanka is a masterpiece of epic fiction

Amish Tripathi is India’s one of the most successful authors of all time. His books carry the retelling of epics in his version, which readers love reading so much. War of Lanka is the fourth book in the Ram Chandra series.

Ramayana is an Indian epic which is read or narrated in many Indian households to provide ethical and spiritual values to our generation. It has become a part of our culture to have some knowledge about epics like Ramayana or Mahabharata.

Called India’s Tolkien and Asia’s Paulo Coelho, Amish humanly present the gods and goddesses in his books. In the book War of Lanka, Amish impeccably show the fight sequences and the final battle between Lord Ram and Ravana in the book.

War of Lanka is one of those masterpieces that could not miss reading.  With gut-wrenching war sequences, strong characterization and engaging storytelling, the book becomes a must-read for all those who love reading mythology.

Amish’s first three books have been published with respective names – Ram, Sita and Raavan – in the five-part series. Since the War of Lanka was released, readers have appreciated the book like anything especially because they have to wait quite a long to get the book in their hands.