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A Short Book Review For Devourers from Suryaksh (Time Travelers Book 2) By Varun Sayal | Guest Post

Devourers from Suryakosh- This book is provided by ThinkerViews, https://thinkerviews.com as part of book review collaboration” in the review.

Book Title : Devourers from Suryaksh: Race to the Last Eventuality (Time Travelers Book 2)
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Publishers : Self Published
# of Pages : 3064 KB (Kindle EBook)
# of Chapters : 25
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This is third and another great book of the time demon series. After reading the first book in the series; I just couldn’t stop myself from reading this one. It was so magical and at times practical. I love sci-fi books so much that they fill new excitement in my mind; this is one of them. The story is continued from where it stopped in the first one.

Devourers from Suryaksh: Race to the Last Eventuality (Time Travelers Book 2) | Book Cover

Devourers from Suryaksh: Race to the Last Eventuality (Time Travelers Book 2) | Book Cover

It is always one mission after another for Tej. There is no respite for that man. Yep, Tej is back! And he has another important self-assignment. The story picks up from where Demons of Time: Race to the 7th Sunset ended. The year is still 3057 BC. Tej is back in his village, Sarp-Nagar.

Tej, once a simple villager, now a time traveler, is pulled into conflict as she attacks him in 3057 BC, hunting for his friend. Dead bodies of his loved ones pile up as she ravages through his village. Intending to seek justice Tej races against time itself to fight her: an entity so vile, even her own kind fear her. But can he do this alone?

Traveling to the futuristic world of robotic armies and virtual realities, Tej builds questionable alliances. It’s a matter of not ‘where’ but ‘when’ can he battle his enemy. If he loses, humanity may never regain its freedom – but winning may cost the ultimate price.
I loved how the villain Nefe is larger than life and almost invincible no matter what the time period.

The introduction of the other race, the Kuleens, is also an interesting angle to help the protagonist Tej battle his nemesis. I always believe that a strong villain is necessary to build a strong hero and thereby a strong plot. This Nefe character is stronger than Rigu and Kumbha. I loved the concept of Lorem, a time demon who is present in all time slices, kind of like God in our ideologies. I liked how Lorem partially gets involved in the schemes of Tej. If only we could persuade God to help us humans the same way Tej persuades Lorem! Or maybe we do already.
The book ended well, there are lots of character twists and all. Waiting eagerly for the next book written by the author.

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This book review is shared by Mala Mukherjee, an author and an avid reader. To know more about her, please read the author interview with her:

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