Started with Book One - the Immortals of Meluha. After the first few pages I was more like - what is the big deal about this book! You have got a Shiva that smokes grass! All of Shiva's crew, the Ganas that act like a bunch of nomads. Add to it they also want to become migrant workers, like people after a H1B or Tier 1 visa! The Meluhans act like some kind of super beings that keep the migrating Ganas in quarantine thoroughly annoyed me - do we not have enough of this treatment in the modern world. But wading through the rest of the novel, set around five thousand years ago, I could easily draw parallels between the evils in Shiva's world thousands of years back and the modern world that we live in. I was completely hooked. I have now read all the three books in the series. It helps to have a working knowledge of Indian mythology and history, but the twists and turns can still be enjoyed by someone who is not that familiar with Hindu myths. Loved reading!