I read all his sci-fis and a couple of other genre novels. I recommend the following two:
This is an amazing sci-fi thriller novel blending science with emotions. I remember reading this by hiding the copy from my teacher in my classroom with an immense excitement. The climax guarantees an adrenaline rush. All my friends to whom I recommended this book never regretted reading it & infact thanked me. This is a MUST read one.
Dega Rekkala Chappudu:
This book which was published in Sakshi sunday magazine with a similar story to that of Kamal Hassan's movie Vishwaroopam. Infact, Yandamoori fans immediately reported this to him soon after the movie was released. He denied to file a complain on movie stating that Kamal would have got the similar idea coincidentally. This one is also a unique novel, but first one is his best, according to me.
Besides, Casanova 99, Yugaantham & Tulasidalam are few other commendable scifis. Yugaantham may not please the 'modern' junta but back then in 1980s, he wrote it based on the contemporary technology and science known to us. 'Tulasidalam' has quite a similar story line to 'Astaa Vakra' & even few characters are common among them. I think one is a sequel of the other.
Pentalgin buy read here.
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