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The Secret of the Druids

Written by: Christopher C. Doyle
Narrated by: Bora Swetanshu
Length: 9 hrs and 7 mins
4.3 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

55 B.C. and 54 B.C.
Julius Caesar invades Britain twice...only to leave empty handed.

A.D. 60
The Romans single-mindedly target the extermination of the Druids and the destruction of their sacred sites. What fear drives them to do so?

Present day
Who were the Druids? Were they priests or astronomers? Scientists or sorcerers? What is the ancient and terrifying secret from the Mahabharata that links the megalithic sites of Britain to the Druids, Julius Caesar and a mysterious queen who lived 4,000 years ago? These are the riddles that Vijay Singh and the task force must answer if they are to save the world from a fate worse than death. But time is running out....

Explore the science behind the Mahabharata in this explosive thriller packed with action, puzzles and mysteries from the past.

©2016 Christopher C. Doyle (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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More History and science than thrill

least thrilling of all the Christopher Doyle books I read. More discussions of history and science. very very less thrill and action. not at all happy with this book.

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Patchy and Irregular

Good story but loses its pace and narration in translation. Nothing compared to Secrets of Mahabharat which was full of pace and riddles.

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struggled to finish there were unnecessary extensions to the plot of the story but the overall narrative was good and well narrated

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  • 13-01-19

distracting voice

voice acting is overkill, had to turn it off was so annoying, a shame was looking forward to this book.

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