The Last War, by Sambit Daspatnaik, is written majorly in
The Last war
The Holy Temple of Eula
The story talks about the progenies of the Pandavas and the
Kauravas (Pauravas) faced a massive attack by the Gandharvas. The
Pauravas are expecting some upcoming geographical and political
challenges due to the onslaught of Pandavas. How will the Pauravas
save the land of Bharata (Ancient India)?
This is one of the book’s highlights that hook the reader. We have
been reading about straight Epics & retelling of Mahabharata. As a
reader, we could not think about the epic’s extension, which is unique
in its own way. “New lessons were learned; old secrets were unveiled,
and new allies were made.”
The book’s narration is relatively uniform and crisp throughout the
book, which does not bore the reader. The language is rich and
This book is available in two formats: Kindle and Paperback, which
cost Rs. 119 & Rs. 260 respectively. This is an affordable deal for
the amount of research and knowledge that has been reflected in the
Who would’ve thought the story of Mahabharata would be a reason to
initiate another war. The plot of the book itself is entertaining.
Also, the writer has added a splash of sci-fiction, which added an
extra element of entertainment.
The amount of research and knowledge put into this book is
commendable. We have not been reading books that deal with such
intricacies and nuances of mythology. However, I felt the book’s cover
and title don’t go well with the story, compared to how it’s actually
unveiled. Nonetheless, the stories are fresh and equally entertaining.
Would the Pauravas be able to save the city of Moenjo and Hariapa?
Would the Ancient Aliens (the sky Gods) really come to their rescue?
Read on to know more in the story “The Last War”.