Review: Book: The Heartless Divine- Varsha Ravi


Title: The Heartless Divine

Series: Standalone

Author’s Name: Varsha Ravi

Publisher: Self-Published

Genre: YA Fantasy

Page Count: 435 Pages

ISBN: 978-1703493900

Author or Book Website: N/A

Link to Amazon purchase page: Heartless Divine

Link to Goodreads: Heartless Divine

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

In this unexpected twist on mythology inspired by Sangam India, reincarnated lovers find themselves bound together, connected to their past by a centuries old tragedy that only one of them remembers.

In the ruthless martial empire of Naja, Suri is the crown’s unfailing blade. But the princess dreams of a life exploring the lands beyond the borders, unshackled by blood. The king and queen offer her freedom, at a price: marriage to a king she’s meant to kill, and the death of Athri, a kingdom her family once nearly destroyed.

Her only obstacle lies in the mountains above the Athrian capital of Marai, where a young prophet sees a world struck by catastrophe—a world where a girl lies dead in the temple of the fire god, and the city lies burning below.

Centuries later, Suri lives with no recollection of her past lives. Haunted by her family’s deaths eighteen years ago, Suri sees the boy bleeding gold on her doormat as an opportunity to unravel the mystery of the car crash that took their lives. But not all gifts are created equal, and the boy soon proves to be more trouble than he’s worth, a dangerous link back to a world of gods and wishes.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have always been a fan of mythology I have read it from all over the world. This is a story about reincarnated lovers. The twist is that only once side of the pairing remembers the lives from before. Suri lost her family in a car accident. Then she finds a young man on her porch bleeding gold. I love stories that span lifetimes. This is a divine story and it makes me want to read more by this author. I enjoyed getting to see who they were and who they are now. It is a good contrast on who they are.

My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars

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