Best fantasy and science fiction books in India

By | 04/07/2020

Best fantasy and science fiction books in India

This list is devoted to a genre that is new to India but not to
Indians. Add books that are written by Indians or contain plots that have an
Indian setting.

 

And let’s stick strictly to
SFF, and avoid any mythology heavy books that are currently blooming in India.
There are not many, but hopefully, over time, such books will grow.
Best fantasy books for read everyone.

A
surprise debut in the fantasy-adventure world. Arya Rajam paired her heroine
with a feminist allegory, depicting the narrative, scenario, character and
plot. The reader is pushed down through a tunnel of pageant escapes revealing
unknown states, horrifying intrigues, and enchanting action in the story.
Princess Aurora is on a mission to save the legacy of her father, King Lorien.
In her quest to destroy an evil object that threatens to destroy all and burn
the world, she faces heart-stopping challenges. His companions in this
dangerous adventure are Archer Gaia, the valiant knight Jurian and the
powerful, temperament magician Alcazar. The strength against him seems
overwhelming and victory is almost unattainable. Race against time and destiny,
Aurora and her brave warriors must fight hard to overcome every dark obstacle
that endangers their lives.


For
the first time in India, The Simoikin Professions, a Saif
(science fiction /
fantasy) genre novel in English, makes a definitive voice debut. Effortlessly
written and with wit and fusion, it is at once classic clean and subtle spoofs,
including scandilly clad centaurés, flying carpets, pink trolls, belly dancers,
and homicidal rabbits. Monty Python meets the Ramayana, Alice in Wonderland
meets The Lord of the Rings and Robin Hood meets the Arabian Nights in this
novel ology a breathtaking ride through a world filled with different races and
cultures from mythology and history. The prophets resumed to face the arrival
of the dreadful Rakha, Dan-mani, and a hero. But the heroes do not magically appear
from anywhere; They have to be found and trained. And sometimes the makers of
the prophecies don’t know everything they need to know … As the days of the
rise of Dan-Mani come closer and the chosen hero is sent on a quest, another
young man Learns terrible things that he must do in secret and the difficult
choices he must make to save the world. Drawn from a variety of sources, from
Greek and Indian epics to detective novels, fairy tales to superhero comics,
The Simoikin Professions is a compelling story, marked by meticulous plotting
and artful storytelling — a page- The turner that you make sure to hold from
start to end.



The
tantries are now overground. They have their own council, police and justice
system. The white dynasty, Kaula, has emerged as the most powerful: their men
are recognized as intimate allies of the Tantrikas, women. Then there are the
Anant Tantrists, who reject the Kaula Marg. She is powerful and lives by her
strict moral code. Who needs official seals anyway? When the world goes to hell
in a handcuff, there are no badges and honors to save the day. Incidentally,
hell and anarchy is where the world is headed. Little girls are being
sacrificed in a tantric ritual in Delhi. A desperate Deva is trying to
blackmail Anant. Someone is trying to summon the God of chaos. A three-headed
giant cobra turns in Old Delhi. White and red tantrikas are facing off, and one
or more black tantrikas are drinking some dangerous sugar. As infinity
struggles to stop the madness, the supernatural underworld – mutilated with
creatures, barely human and inhuman – becomes alive in all its bloody, glorious
glory.


In the near future, ISI and RAW find that securing the borders of
Pakistan and India is the least of their problems. By transforming our
smartphones into gene-manipulating weapons, an extra-terrestrial race of
reptiloids prepares to invade Earth.

Humanity may soon become extinct.

As people in Delhi start turning into foreign hybrids, India is ready
to face the enemy unlike any other.

From unveiling the real
reason behind the Chandrayaan mission to the truth about Osama bin Laden, this
explosive geopolitical science-fiction thriller depicts how contemporary India
responds to a foreign invasion.





I am a fourteenth-generation clone, and something has gone wrong
with me. It is not that my DNA has changed, not that I am a mutant. Not that
any function needs to be terminated. It is not clear. It is terminal and is
secret. Let me put it this way: I remember you. 

In a world where memory is forbidden and sexuality is forbidden,
clone 14/54 / g is unique. Troubled by her past lives and mired in the forces
of oppression and the struggle between freedom, language and love, she keeps a
secret journal.

Intense, poetic and erotic, Generation 14 is a dazzling
imaginative and quirky political satire. The novel’s journey through the high
points of India’s history in the fourteenth century traces its ideas to its
plural identity and learns about what it means to be human in today’s polarized
world.

This extraordinary novel is
unlike any other coming from the subcontinent and marks the beginning of a new
generation of fantasy writing from India. It is a serious and vivid reflection
on the fragility of oppression and freedom.



On
Earth, a mortal survives a supernatural attack. In the
dark region of Atala, an
evil goddess prepares to unspecify. And a Yakshi finds himself in the heart of
a second-world storm. Ardra has only made life known as a Yaksha, designed to
attract and kill his darkest, darkest secrets for his evil mistress Hera, the
queen of Atoka’s Bhooloka. Then, in a strange blood moon night, his chosen
victim, Dawai, escapes, and his world spins out of control. Now Ardra must avoid
the wrath of Hera, who is plotting to plunge the universe into chaos. To stop
her, Ardra needs to find answers to questions she hasn’t dared to ask before.
What power does the blood moon bear? The sky city of the sky is as mythical as
its inhabitants – ethereal and seductive Gandharvas and Apsaras? Who is Dara,
the mysterious monster-killer, and what makes Dawai impervious to his powers?
An intoxicating style of fantasy and romance, Dark Things casts a unique world
of love and sacrifice, shadow and mystery, evil and those who battle it.


In
a dusty caravanserai in seventeenth-century Mumtazabad, Saira, a young
wanderer, meets a man who says he is a demon. Their encounter fills him with
rebellion and awe yet changes him forever. In present-day Kolkata, college
professor Alok Mukherjee meets a man who claims to be a werewolf. Alone and
post-divorce, Alok is drawn to the hypnotic charm of the stranger, unable to
maneuver from truth, to deceive with magic. // Beginning in Mughal India at the
foot of the Taj Mahal and ending in lush, dangerous forests in twenty-first
century India The Sundarbans, The Devourers Shape-Shifters, is a story about
hunters who hunt themselves, who hunt humans and live in the shadow of
civilization. But it is also about what it means to be human, and the
transformative powers of love. Entirely entertaining and thorough, it remade
the literary fantasy novel for India, producing it with depth, emotion and
richness.



Suleiman Fireworks, of Masmara, is the last of the wretched
warriors who have defended the Restani Sultanate against many barbarians and
demons. Betrayed by the same king for whom he had sworn to die, Suleiman finds
himself cherishing the dark path of rebellion in his heart. But honor is dead
and there is a shadow everywhere in a world where alliances are forged and
break up in moments.

Aided by a mysterious God
with his own sinful intentions and the many people who once fought and slept,
Solomon used his swords, sorcery and musk as well as every mood to do justice
to his king Should, who did him injustice. But to do so, he must walk the
dangerously thin line between black and white, which he has lived for all these
years.




When Maya realizes that her whole life is a lie, she leaves her
pack to find out her bloodied family. What he discovers is the secret that will
change him forever.

Wolf shifter Luke knew that Maya was his favorite friend from the
moment he saw her. But, is it too late to tell him? Can he let her go, so that
he can find out about her past?

With the pack on the verge of breaking up, Maya faces the
ultimate challenge to become an alpha.

Can she win back only the man she ever loved?

Pick this sealing start in
several Lives series, as you love a kickass heroine who does anything to
protect her pack and win back her sexy shifter mate.




A small principality in Rajasthan is the last bastion of
resistance against the might of the British Empire. Unrest grows as the sudden
death of the King of Devangarh, young prince Rudra Pratap Chauhan prepares to
ascend the throne.

But the state is in turmoil. The army of Devangarh is out and the
British army is closing. To make matters worse, Rudra realizes that Raja’s
death was probably not accidental. The strange appearance and disappearance of
a mysterious hooded stranger and a series of ritual murders in which the
corpses are stained with blood has spread panic throughout the region.

As Rudra struggles to
manage his new responsibilities and investigate his father’s death, dark
secrets will be revealed that will disrupt life as you know it.

Friends hope you all will like this information and you have got
the best fantasy and fiction book of your choice. Friends, the list of these
books which I have told in this post today is all very good, you can read them
all.

The Amazon link of all the books is shared from where you can
click directly and buy by visiting the Amazon site.

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