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The Mists of Brahma

The Pataala Prophecy, Book 2
Written by: Christopher C Doyle
Narrated by: Kaushik Ramachandran
Length: 11 hrs and 4 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Prepare to be shocked.

The adventures of Arjun and Maya continue in this sequel, but if you thought you knew what was coming in this book, guess again.

In book 2 of the best seller The Pataala Prophecy series, mythology meets fantasy in an explosive mix of adventure, suspense and mystery. From the pen of best-selling author Christopher C Doyle, who pioneered the genre of modern-day thrillers that blend science, mythology and history, and who wrote the first fantasy adventure thriller set in modern times, based on Indian mythology, comes a series where he creates a world of fantasy and mystery, in which mythology, action and suspense come together to weave a thriller that will keep you spellbound till the very end.

The Mists of Brahma explores the hidden secrets of the ancient Sanskrit texts and the lost knowledge of the ancients as you enter a world that is fictional yet could very well exist.

Join Arjun and Maya as they grapple with issues of identity and purpose. Walk with the Maharishis and Kshatriyas of the Sangha, as they face an enemy and a threat that can change the future of a world that is unaware of the perils that surround it.

A horrific carnage stuns the Sangha. But nothing the Sangha can do will protect the world against another onslaught from Pataala Lok.

There is only one way out. An ancient mystery. An enigma so perilous that it is feared by even the Maharishis of the Sangha.

The Mists of Brahma.

When a shocking development threatens to turn her life upside down, Maya has to solve the mysteries in her father’s diary. But she cannot imagine the unspeakable consequences of her decision.

Arjun and Maya will have to confront a new, powerful enemy. One who will kill without remorse. And whom they cannot defeat.

What secrets will the Mists of Brahma reveal? Will Arjun and Maya survive their most lethal test yet? Or is the prophecy doomed to fail?

Find out in The Mists of Brahma, where mythology meets fantasy in an explosive mix of adventure, suspense and mystery.

The Mists of Brahma is a sequel to Son of Bhrigu and is the second book in The Pataala Prophecy series.

©2019 Christopher C Doyle (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Avoid this entire series if you can.

I very rarely say that the book is bad. This book really qualifies for that rarity and is really a bad Indian copy of Harry Potter books. The book is for kids and research is not that exhaustive. Performance by Kaushik Ramachandran is comical (not in a good way)

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Great read

Loved the story and it's association to ancient Indian mythology. Always loved Doyles work. waiting for the sequel.

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Getting more curious now

I'm unable to contain my curiosity now. when and what will be the next book about Patala prophecy? who is the traitor in Gurukul? Did Maya decipher the Brahma Bhasha? I visualise your all narrations in my dreams ever since I started listening. sometimes I feel like I'm one of those Sangha members. Narrations- Kaushik is awesome when it comes to dialogues. He imprints every lines. Never Got bored at all through and through. ESPECIALLY THE enunciation of Mantras and verses, stupendous. I expected such enunciation in all the books narrated by other narrators

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Avoid this entire series, poor storyline

Avoid this entire series of you can. It has a very poor storyline. Although the narrator tried to compensate the shortcomings in the actual plot, the whole set of incidents are inconsistent. It seemed like waste of my time. Not recommend

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female narrator should narrat female part

female narrator should narrat female part and vice versa, overall great experience...always loved his books