- Genre: Fiction (Religion and Spirituality) (Novella)
- Pages: 150
‘Beyond the Credence‘ is a story of a girl, Apeksha who is passionate about Vedas and want to pursue Vedic Education but her family doesn’t approve it as they believe it’s not even a Career Option. But her passion and desire made her visit a college where Vedic Education is provided but sudden turn of events are not in her favour and it made her quit her passion. The question is ‘Will she?’.
The title is perfect and the cover is beautiful, I loved it. The characters are simple and only the main character is developed properly and is a strong personality despite the age.
The setting is normal and explained as per the need of the scene. The author used real life information also such as a village where everybody speaks Sanskrit is used and that is impressive.
The story is stretched somewhere; pace is varying and narration is in third person’s point of view. The book needs another round of editing badly; even the framing of content isn’t proper. Also, the price of the book doesn’t justify it.
The concept of the book is beautiful; to encourage readers to know more about the Vedas and make them aware about Vedic Education. But it could have been done in a better way. I suggest author to revise the story and display the motto of the book with more clarity.
The importance of having Vedic Education System nowadays is expressed properly. The theme of the book revolves around Hinduism and also, to never give up on something you desire and the book happily fulfills that.
Overall, it’s a light read.
🔴 Let’s come to the claim due to which I picked up this book. I was told that it’s the ‘Biggest Book on Hinduism’. The reality is it’s not; it’s just a Novella about a girl passionate about Hinduism.
I am highly disappointed and whoever put this, need to understand that playing such tricks on readers isn’t just bad, it’s sad!