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Son of Bhrigu

Written by: Christopher C. Doyle
Narrated by: Kaushik Ramachandran
Length: 10 hrs and 48 mins
4 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Fifteen-year-old Maya and Arjun find their placid world suddenly overturned, when their favourite history teacher is found brutally murdered. The death shocks the students at the school and baffles the police.  

Meanwhile, a mysterious stranger’s reappearance after 5,000 years strikes fear into the hearts of powerful members of a secret society, called the Sangha. Who is he and what is he after?  

What secrets are Arjun’s uncle and mother hiding, and why do they inexplicably decide to leave town for an unknown destination?  

What is The Pataal Prophecy, that must be decoded even as the world hurtles towards a fate that may doom humanity?  

In a race against time, Arjun and Maya must join forces with the Sangha to face an ageless and terrible enemy from the depths of Pataal. But can they overcome an ancient power that is out to wreak vengeance?  

After The Mahabharata Quest series, best-selling author Christopher C Doyle creates a world of fantasy and adventure, in which mythology, action and suspense come together to weave a thriller that will keep you spellbound till the very end.

©2018 Christopher C. Doyle (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Good story, but too fast paced.

Great Story, World building was fast. Also some characters are under developed though important to the story. I felt this should have been two books instead of one taking some characters history into account example Dhruv. It would increase the overall impact.