The Unwaba Revelations

The Unwaba Revelations

Samit Basu / Oct 21, 2020

The Unwaba Revelations Under the all seeing eyes of the assembled gods armies are on the move The Game has begun And when it ends the world will end too In THE UNWABA REVELATIONS the third and concluding part of the Gam

  • Title: The Unwaba Revelations
  • Author: Samit Basu
  • ISBN: 9780143103523
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Paperback
  • Under the all seeing eyes of the assembled gods, armies are on the move The Game has begun And when it ends, the world will end too .In THE UNWABA REVELATIONS, the third and concluding part of the GameWorld trilogy, a way must be found to save the world to defeat the gods at their own game A daunting prospect under any circumstances, made worse by the fact that theUnder the all seeing eyes of the assembled gods, armies are on the move The Game has begun And when it ends, the world will end too .In THE UNWABA REVELATIONS, the third and concluding part of the GameWorld trilogy, a way must be found to save the world to defeat the gods at their own game A daunting prospect under any circumstances, made worse by the fact that the gods, who control all the heroes, are blatantly cheating by following only one rule that they cannot be defeated by their own creations.As epic battles ravage the earth, Kirin and Maya, guided only by an old, eccentric and extremely unreliable chameleon, and egged on by the usual rag tag gang, carry out their secret plan a plan so secret that, in fact, no one involved has any idea what they are doing Monsters, mayhem, mud swamps conspiracies, catastrophes, chimeras betrayals, buccaneers, bloodshed THE UNWABA REVELATIONS continues the roller coaster journey that began with THE SIMOQIN PROPHECIES and gathered momentum with THE MANTICORE S SECRET Traversing earth, sea and sky, realms both infernal and celestial, worlds both imagined and material, this book will draw you irresistibly into a tantalizing, action packed, epic race to reclaim the flawed, magical world of its heroes.

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      • 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 the Titanic, and a superhero novel, Turbulence Turbulence was published in the UK in 2012 and in the US in 2013 to rave reviews It won Wired s Goldenbot Award as one of the books of 2012 and was superheronovels s Book of the Year for 2013 All five of Basu s novels have been Indian bestsellers.Basu s work in comics ranges from historical romance to zombie comedy, and includes diverse collaborators, from X Men Felix Castor writer Mike Carey to Terry Gilliam and Duran Duran His latest GN, Local Monsters, was published in 2013.Samit was born in Calcutta, educated in Calcutta and London, and currently divides his time between Delhi and Mumbai He can be found on Twitter, samitbasu, and at samitbasu


    145 Comments

    1. Rating: (Read 2.5)Really disappointing after the way the first two books set up the story.The first two books were very intelligently written and, compared to them, this book falls short real bad. Plus, the ending is really horrible. I would have been much much happier not reading the final book and just being happy contemplating the ending :-/


    2. I always had second thoughts on this book because after all that happened in the second, I was not sure how he could manage to close the trilogy thrilling enough. As I expected, the last few pages were interesting and relevant. The rest all, even the battle pages were boring and looked like they were written to just fill up the pages. Alsso he created so many characters that he couldn't give enough importance to any. Characters which were the main one's in the beginning too get very less pages i [...]


    3. What do I say about this book? It's fucking CRAZY!!!! Mad, bonkers, nuts, bananas, cuckoo, smoked up too much weed! I have no idea what's going on in here. The Dark Lord quits?! Seriously? "QUITS"??? And then lies about on a beach drinking, smoking up, having sex and acting in movies while other people go around saving the world??!! What is happening?? And everyone seems to be changing sides and there are humans and rakshases and ravians and werewolves and the Ursag (who no one seems to have hea [...]


    4. The series comes to an end with this book. It was satisfactory in some aspects like character development and complexity. But there were loose ends, unanswered questions. Or rather I couldn't completely buy the answers. however, maybe there was too much pressure and expectation on the author after the first two books, and this may be a result of that. The stories takes many a wild turns, and there are lots of important turning points. however, there are too many characters and the focus is lost. [...]


    5. Damn. It ended.One of the most amusing books I've ever chanced upon. There're a lot of things that keep happening ,too much action. Characters are fun. I believe that to fully appreciate all the parodies ,the entire series needs to be reread. At least once. The series gave me a few questions to think about ,but those questions can probably never have any suitable answers. There's always a different side to everything ,that's yet invisible to us. That's probably the whole point. To what ,I have n [...]


    6. Absolutely loved the entire series. The author manages to bring a number of characters or concepts from Greek Mythology, to Classic novels, to Indian Mythology and other sources and blends it into a perfect mixture of fantasy and humor. Though at times there are too many weird ass names and creatures to remember, which is extremely annoying, it is worth the effort.


    7. Not even worth the time writing a review for this crapriously expectations were blown sky-high after the 1st book and from then on it was a complete downward spiral. Don't know what happened


    8. Fitting end to an amazing series. Was pleasantly surprised by this book. The plot, the extremely lovable characters (both human and non-human) the language (<3) kept me flipping pages till the very end which is as mindblowing as it is heartwarming. ^^ sad to see this one end. P.S MAYA RULES!


    9. I waited so long to get my hands on the final part of the Gameworld trilogy and I honestly don't know how I'm feeling at the moment. But the spectacularness of the first two books seem to have a gone a little bit down in this. Lost in the greater picture, if you will. Still an awesome series!


    10. What a brilliant end to a brilliant series. I loved the way it avoided typically fantasy tropes and yet embraced them at the same time. Now we just need a Steel Buns spin off series!


    11. A bit on the depressing side, but contains the best Indian SFF writing I've ever seen. Maybe even some of the best ever.



    12. WOW!I read the trilogy twice. It's really fantastic. Patrick Rothfuss of India. Before Patrick Rothfuss. The best fantasy writer in India in my opinion. Great work. Had lots of fun.


    13. A really boring finish to what i expected to be an awesome series , had the 1st book not been sooo good i m sure i might have left this one halfway



    14. After much warring this story comes to a close. And surprisingly many characters retain their lives and sanity and happiness for that matter. It certainly is a good ending of a trilogy.



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