The Ghost Bride

The Ghost Bride David Hair
  • Title: The Ghost Bride
  • Author: David Hair
  • ISBN: 9780143565994
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Ghost Bride David Hair The Ghost Bride Mumbai October Bollywood actress Sunita Ashoka will marry the man who wins her hand in Swayamvara Live a reality show on television Vikram Khandavani decides to participate hoping to draw out
    Mumbai, October 2010 Bollywood actress Sunita Ashoka will marry the man who wins her hand in Swayamvara Live, a reality show on television Vikram Khandavani decides to participate, hoping to draw out his nemesis Ravindra It s a deadly gamble, one that could cost him everything and everyone he loves.North India, 1175 King Prithviraj Chauhan is about to storm the swayamvMumbai, October 2010 Bollywood actress Sunita Ashoka will marry the man who wins her hand in Swayamvara Live, a reality show on television Vikram Khandavani decides to participate, hoping to draw out his nemesis Ravindra It s a deadly gamble, one that could cost him everything and everyone he loves.North India, 1175 King Prithviraj Chauhan is about to storm the swayamvara of the beautiful Sanyogita But Ravindra is coming, riding at the side of a fierce invader Only Vikram, in his life as Chand Bardai, stands between Ravindra and all the thrones of India.In the second book of the engrossing Return of Ravana series, the action swings from the floodlit studios of Mumbai to the glittering Rajput courts, while Vikram and his friends battle an age old adversary whose power is growing like never before
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    About David Hair


    1. David Hair is the author of The Bone Tiki, winner of Best First Novel Young Adult Fiction section at the 2010 NZ Post Children s Book Awards The Bone Tiki and its sequel The Taniwha s Tear are fantasy novels set in New Zealand David is a New Zealander, who has worked primarily in financial services He has a degree in History and Classical Studies He has lived from 2007 to 2010 in New Delhi, India, but usually resides in Wellington, New Zealand Apart from writing, he is interested in folklore, history, and has a passion for football.


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    1. A nice sequel to the first book Pyre of queens The present day story takes off from where it ended in the first book while the historical action takes place during the times of Prithviraj Chauhan and involves his struggle with Jaichand of Kannauj and Mohammed Ghori But there is a marked shift from the first book as the historical action takes a back seat and the present day struggles of the characters occupy a major part of the story Also the similarities with the Ramayana begin to become clear [...]

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    2. The Return of Ravana by David HairBook 2 The AdversariesDisclaimer this book was sent as a review copy by the publishers.Followers of fantasy writer David Hair will already be aware of his Return of Ravana timeslip trilogy, written for a young adult audience This version of the second book formerly known as The Ghost Bride has been updated and revised for the UK re release This review contains spoilers for the first story in the series, The Pyre.Our heroes are the reincarnated souls of character [...]

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    3. This book is actually quite exciting to read But I don t know how non Indians or ppl who r not familiar with Ramayana would like it The reason why I loved it is that the whole Ramayana is portrayed differently And the past present aspect is awesome This is my view Personally I am yet to read another book like this where the events are basically from Indian myths but are given a modern twist I read the 1st book in the series at night and I couldn t sleep at night I had to get up finish the book a [...]

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    4. The constant time swap between the past and the present got a bit tiresome, and I found myself skipping the historical bits mainly because the present day story was interesting If the historical bits had been about half asd long I think it would have been atronger book But certianly not a bad read at all.

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    5. I could ask myself why it took me so long to find this author, but that would be fruitless And the point is, I ve found him now He has impinged so strongly on my reading self that instead of my usual habit of reading books in a series over a long time around all the other books I always want to read I am getting the next one from the library immediately upon finishing the previous This is the second in this series of very modern India reincarnation legends come to life action packed teen drama R [...]

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