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  • Title: Vikram and The Enchanted Seals
  • Author: Sanjiv Behera
  • ISBN: 9780983104216
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback

  • Vikram, an apathetic kid from California, doesn t want to be in India But a death in the family leaves him no other choice So he finds himself in a rural village, at his ancestral home where he meets his imposing grandfather A special bond forms between them, and the old man gives Vikram an enchanted seal a mystical relic from India s earliest civilization It turns oVikram, an apathetic kid from California, doesn t want to be in India But a death in the family leaves him no other choice So he finds himself in a rural village, at his ancestral home where he meets his imposing grandfather A special bond forms between them, and the old man gives Vikram an enchanted seal a mystical relic from India s earliest civilization It turns out that the seal is one of only a handful that combine to form the Dharma Cube, the most powerful weapon against evil the world has ever seen Before Vikram can fully grasp the seal s profound significance, Grandpa is taken by Rakshasas evil giants from the epic Ramayana who are intent on destroying the Cube once and for all Vikram enlists the help of younger brother Jai, and Manu, the family s loyal servant, to search for Grandpa Their journey takes them through the various landscapes of India historical, mythological, artistic, philosophical, and natural Tension mounts when Vikram realizes that he alone must unlock the secrets of his seal and the Dharma Cube, not just to rescue Grandpa, but to save all of humanity.
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    Commentaires:

    Mukta Mohapatra
    This is a young adult book loosely based around Hindu mythology. Vikram visits India for the first time due to the death of his Grandmother. While there, he grows close to his Grandfather and learns that mythology can be based on real things. He battles fierce creatures, finds inner calm and learns that his ancestral country is a part of him.

    Jaideep Khanduja
    pebbleinthestillwatersspoBook Review: Vikram And The Enchanted Seals By Sanjiv Behera: Adventure Ride ThroughoutThis is the second book I am reading from the same author - Sanjiv Behera. His earlier book was Azad A Flight Of Desi Fantasy. That was much thinner and different from this book I am writing about. Azad A Flight Of DesiFantasy had a collection of short stories whereas Vikram And The Enchanted Seals is a single story covered in 293 pages. Though his earlier book was quite interesting bu [...]

    Nikki
    This is the first fantasy book that I won through a giveaway, and as that is my favourite genre, I was very happy with my win. It's my first author signed book as well, which was a nice touch!Vikram and the Enchanted Seals is a pretty solid middle grade fantasy. It reminded me slightly of the Children of the Lamp series by P.B Kerr, though much less detailed and on a much smaller scale.I really think that this book is well written for average readers between the ages of 9-13. The plot is very fa [...]

    Heidi
    I have to say that I've never read another book quite like this one. That's one reason I like to read books set in or about other countries, it allows me to learn about other places, people, and cultures. I found myself quite enjoying this one. While I wished for more detail about the characters and especially about the setting, the plot moved along nicely. I found the writing to be decent once I got used to it although there were some strange word combinations, I did not find these to slow the [...]

    Erik This Kid Reviews Books
    BEWARE – The world may be destroyed by evil creatures known as Rakshasas! Vikram didn’t want to be in India. He had to go because his grandmother (who he never met) passed away and his family was going to her funeral. One morning, Vikram and his grandfather have a good talk and his grandfather trusts Vikram with a family heirloom, a seal. The next day, Vikram’s grandfather is missing and Vikram realizes that he was kidnapped by mythical giant creatures called Rakshasas. More importantly, t [...]

    Ms. Yingling
    Vikram and his family travel from their home in California to India for the funeral of his grandmother. He meets and bonds with his grandfather, who gives him a very old family seal right before he goes missing. When Vikram, his brother Jai, and a family servant, Manu, go looking for the grandfather, they meet Toral, whose grandparents have been kidnapped by horrible, giant monsters called Rakshasas. Toral's grandparents also have a seal, and the Rakshasas, led by the evil King Kama, think that [...]

    Terry
    This book sat on my Kindle for a long while. I was fascinated when the author first announced the work (well over a year ago and I rushed right out and bought it. Why did I wait so long to read it? (Well, Life, the Universec.) But I read it --devoured it, actually. Vikram is a dispirited, apathetic boy, like so many boys of the "uh, so what. Don't wanna. I don't care" variety. A death in the family sends his entire family from California to India to visit the relatives. Of course, Vikram resents [...]

    April
    Set in another country the american boy that was as normal as any other American boy could be didnt want to leave his home, his friends etc. to go to another strange place just for a funeral of someone he never knew. Brought into the legacy of long standing by his grandfathers wish for him to have a family secret the boys life changes forever and he must become someone new to change the outcome of his grandfather. The boy, Vikram, in this story must overcome fear and demons of a different world [...]

    Lynne
    Writing style, voice, quality of prose: 3 stars. Story: 2 starsWhat a missed opportunity. This middle-reader book could have introduced its young audience to Indian history, culture or folklore; instead we get a formulaic plot that could have taken place anywhere on the planet. Pacing and characterizations are solid, however, and middle-grade readers deserve to read well-written books.

    Ruby
    I received this YA book from the author as a Giveaway and am glad I was chosen. I enjoyed this book very much - the story was terrific and was well paced. It was a page turner until the end. I recommend it to young readers who enjoy adventure novels like those of Rick Riordan.

    Narikui
    Engaging and fun, but ultimately a bit too simpleI'd recommend this book for YA genre. A bit too simple for my taste. It does bring in some Indian mythology into the story which is great!

    Heather
    I won this from . awesome book. the story drew me in and I enjoyed every magical moment. The characters were personable and likeable. The mythical stories from India were entertaining and exciting. I would recommend to anyone that likes to read.

    Chinmay Hota
    Nice fantasy tale for young. Depicts adventure of young American boys with Raksahshas in India.

    Shankar Lakkaraju
    Nostalgic - reminds of Chandamama books. Simple, crisp and effective narration. Not a boring part in the book.

    Natasha
    Loved the lead. Adored Yuma. In geneal very well paced with right amount of action.

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