In God’s Wishlist by Pradipta Panda – Book Review

In God’s Wishlist



In Gods Wishlist’ is a fantasy that speaks of a whole new world order, where there will be no fear of death. Love and beauty will rule the world and spirits will interact and fall in love with human beings and propagate love. This love will transcend everything and be the panacea to all problems. God has a vision and a mission.

He invites humankind to join active politics as it controls their life. He performs experiments to induct his theory. In one of his experiments, he studied beauty with the mind, and released all the spirits to the world, except for twenty-one top leaders of the world, whose beautiful minds were not mapped and programmed. God’s theory is that the two main things that rule the earth are the ruler and beauty that remains true for all ages. Youth have different aspirations, towards their fantasy, the opponent, and society. To inculcate this God inducted a new theory of love, the love between the spirit and a human being. The love between the spirit and a human being will be the panacea of all and this love will transcend human behaviour. Read to find out how and what is in God’s Wishlist…

Book Review:

After reading the blurb of In God’s Wishlist, I was quite excited to read the book as it seemed to be different. Although, fantasy is not one of my favourite genres, yet I picked it for the uniqueness it offered. The concept of the book is really nice and appreciable, however, the author has failed to create the magic that is expected from a fantasy book.

God is the protagonist of the story who has a plan to bring out a new change in the world. The author has tried to explain what a spirit can do through the story. He has tried to change the perception of the readers about God. For me, it was quite hard to relate with the story and everything seemed very confusing. There was nothing exciting and thrilling in the story which is otherwise the highlight of any fantasy novel.

The language is simple and easy to follow. However, the description seemed a little lengthy and boring at times. Overall an average read.

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One Response to In God’s Wishlist by Pradipta Panda – Book Review

  1. Fantasy is indeed a tough genré, as the writer has to go against the natural and established senses. Nicely reviewed!


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