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The Secret of the Nagas

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The hunt is on. Shiva, the man believed to be the prophesied Neelkanth - the destroyer of evil - will not rest until he finds his demonic adversary; the Naga warrior that killed his closest friend and now stalks his wife. But the rise of evil is everywhere and Shiva's own philosopher guides have betrayed his unquestioning faith by accepting aid from the dark side. Even the perfect empire of Meluha hides a terrible secret. Shiva's search for truth takes him across the length and breadth of ancient India: a land of deadly mysteries where nothing is what it seems.

    BOOK, 320 pages
    Published 17-10-2013
  • Original Title : The Secret of the Nagas
  • Genre : Fiction
  • ISBN : 1846194342 (ISBN13: 9781846194344)
  • Language : en
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ABOUT Amish Tripathi
Amish Tripathi

Amish is an IIM (Kolkata)educated, boring banker turned happy author. The success of his debut book, The Immortals of Meluha (Book 1 of the Shiva Trilogy), encouraged him to give up a fourteen-year-old career in financial services to focus on writing. He is passionate about history, mythology and ph ... more

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srjjain rated it
December 08, 2019
This 2nd book in the series "The Shiva Trilogy" is another fascinating read. Amish indeed is J. R. R. Tolkien of India. I enjoyed this one as much as I did the 1st book.
Rajsi rated it
August 22, 2019
Hats off to @AmishTripathi Whether a man is a legend or not is decided by the history , not fortune tellers !👌
Nikhilesh rated it
August 21, 2019
Great book!! Not as good as Immortals of Meluha but still very enjoyable!
Anand rated it
August 09, 2019
The first part starts with Meluha and Swadeep, with this part we enter into Branga. Why this part is important? Maybe because it tells you about the philosophies and beliefs of Vasudevas in a very interesting manner. It can surprise you at times as there are sudden revelations in the plot. If you are used to authors like Dan Brown, you may call the plot a bit slow but it’s not uninteresting anywhere. So the reader keeps turning pages. The standard of language used is not very academic, the words are not too hard. As the words are repeated sev ... more

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