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FREE READ ´ PRALAY The Great Deluge ð ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ PRALAY The Great Deluge By Vineet Bajpai ✩ – Goproled.co.uk Gripping seuel to Vineet Bajpai's bestselling title 'HARAPPA Curse of the Blood River' “Even death is afraid of the White Mask”1700 BCE Harappa – The devta of Harappa has fallentortured and cond GrippOf mankind The Blood River rises to avenge her divine sonsWhat happens to the devta of Harappa Is Vidyut truly the prophesied saviour Who are the veiled overlords behind the sinister World Order What was the macabre blueprint of the mysterious emperor at Bithynian City Turn the pages to unravel one of the world’s greatest conspiracies and the haunting story of a lost ancient civilizatio. The books in this series indeed have a story that spreads over a span of thousands of yearsJust like the first book this book is full of action and thrill The book remains true to the first book and as a seuel should satiate the thirst of the readers who have been waiting for the seuel of the book HarappaThe book just like its preuel is fast paced and an easy read The reader Will find himself turning pages at a rapid pace To me it didn't take than 3 days to be done with this book More so I think I read the last 13rd of the pages in one goIn addition to the continuation of the first book there are many new elements that have been added in this book which mostly provide a newer dimension to the book But at times these elements became so many and that too disintegrated at places that it took some of the fun awayThe writing style is not bad but things felt exaggerated at many places Keeping things the way they were would've been so much better I mean so many efforts were made on the part of the author to surprise the reader But honestly not all of those efforts surprised meI'm still glad to have read this book as I was wondering what is to happen next in the seriesWaiting to see how the story concludes in Kashi secret of the black temple

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Gripping seuel to Vineet Bajpai's bestselling title 'HARAPPA Curse of the Blood River' “Even death is afraid of the White Mask” BCE Harappa – The devta of Harappa has fallentortured and condemned to the dungeons of the dead His murdered wife’s pious PRALAY The ePUB #200 blood falls on the sands of the metropolis sealing the black fate of Harappaforever Banaras – A master assassi. Another master piece in the seriesDetailed review may follow

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PRALAY The Great DelugeN bites into cyanide but not before pronouncing the arrival of an unstoppable dark force A maha taantric offers a chilling sacrifice AD Bithynian City modern day Turkey – Unable to foresee the monster he was untethering an extraordinary monarch commissions a terrifying world vision spanning millennia BCE East of Harappa – A mystical fish man proclaims the onset of Pralay the extinction. Second book on Harappa series The author skillfully combines Knights Templar Illuminati Manu's Ark and Indus Valley Civilization and kept the suspense about the black temple yetPralay was about to happen starting from Harappa and engulf entire world Matsya Vishnu avatar guide Manu son of Vivasvan Pujari to build a big boat to transport humans and species to preserve the knowledge and various species to create a new world I heard about Noah's ark But I didn't know this part of Indian mythology Vivasvan didn't know that his son was alive Likewise Manu didn't know his father was alive Vivasvan Pujari after subject to injustice and torture decided to take revenge on Harappan people He joined forces with Sura King of Asuras and was brainwashed to reveal the location of saptharishis For his sins saptharishis cursed Vivasvan that his entire santhathi will die violent death till the end of fate The story goes parallel to today's happenings in Banaras Vivasvan Pujari is reborn as Vidyut which was foretold to fulfill a destiny The New Order is trying to kill him before he fulfill his destiny that Black Temple has part in it The author as usual convinces the intellectual supremacy of Indian race sages through the discussion between Vidyut and his grandfather Dwaraka Shastri who is param tantric