GENRE: Fiction/ Mythology/ Sci-fi/ Comedy
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Three nifty youngsters, Brammy, Bala and Shiv head a start-up that creates bots for a space exploration mission. The board that governs their funding loses trust in them midway. A new CEO, Miss Shakti Tandon, is roped in. But, when Shakti tries to take on the Trinity by its Horns, does she emerge successful? This book steers clear of the crowded racks of mythology titles and gives you a fresh and (sometimes) funny insight into the world that we live in.
Trinity by the horn is a fictional cocktail of mythology and sci-fi with a dash of comedy. Brammy, Bala and Shivpal are at the helm of affairs in Trinity.
If Universe was created in an MNC with planets and other mythological entities as board of directors, how hillarious it would have been. The author has deftly painted an entertaing picture of creation of life on earth.
I particularly like the way the author has involved all deities in their roles.
Mythological tales, in MNC set up tickle your funny bones.
Author has done a brilliant job assigning names to various bots, acronyming to their real names.
The cover of the book is colourful, attractive and meaningful.
The title gives the book a mythlogical outlook but once you read it, you will agree that it is best suited for the story, Shakti Tandon, in the role of a strict CEO, truely takes Trinity by the horns.
The language is rich. Scientific terms are used but the way author has used them they don’t sound dull.
The narration is strong and the pace medium, especially in first half.
The characters are true to their character but in modern set up.
Overall the book is an entertaining read. Imagine life on earth to evolve in an MNC.