When was the God of Antarctica written?

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Anonymous User asked 27-Aug-2018 in Books & Novels by Anonymous User

When was the God of Antarctica  written?


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Harshal Vispute answered 02-Dec-2021 by Harshal Vispute
Delhi-based Yashwardhan Shukla, a 13-year-old schoolboy, wrote the novel Gods of Antarctica. The novel is a fantastical tale about gods and monsters. The Readers Paradise publishing house published it.

Amish Tripathi's 'Shiva's Trilogy' and J K Rowling's 'Harry Potter' books, according to the youngster, have inspired him to write. Rick Riordan, he added, is still his favorite novelist.

About The Novel The Gods of Antarctica:

The story revolved around a little boy named David who, after losing his whole family to a monster assault, ends up in Antarctica by chance. The legendary fiction of David's meeting with gods and monsters is the subject of his book 'Gods of Antarctica.'

Before being approved, the script was rejected by a few publishers. The publishers proposed that the names and locations of the characters be altered from London to India. However, Readers Paradise publishers accepted the manuscript without modification in order to support the young author.

The author recalls his not-so-long trip, saying, 'Last year, I began writing this book and finished it in October. Before starting this novel, I wrote a 70-page short tale when I was in sixth grade.' 'It's satisfying to have completed my first novel. People are now inquiring more about my opinions and praising my work. Despite the fact that I am not particularly excellent at English at school as a student, 'Yashwardhan remarks.

Readers Paradise, a publishing house, has published the book. The 1st of January, 2014, is the date of publication.