Buy Online at low price from Helmet Don-The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret by Christopher C. Doyle Publisher: Westland Books Private Limited; 1st edition (9 October 2014) ISBN-13: 978-9384030599 Language: English Paperback: 308 pagesThe book is a historic fiction that revolves around a huge secret from the epic Mahabharata. The story begins where Vijay and his friends are keen to know about Alexander the Great’s secret mission in India. Racing against time, they are making efforts to solve a riddle from the ancient past that further leads them to a shocking revelation when they encountered some mystifying secrets from the classic Mahabharata period. These ancient secrets, along with diabolical plans, hold something for the future. In their quest, they found out that Alexander was on his conquest of the Persian Empire, which led him towards the land of Indus. While on the secret mission in Indus, he got to know about an ancient secret concealed in the myths of the Mahabharata. The secret was so powerful that it could even have transformed him into god. As said by the readers, this book is a treasure-trove as it leads the readers to those secrets and many other intriguing facts about those days and specifically about the Mahabharata. Author Christopher C. Doyle has consulted several Sanskrit scholars and science experts to know about some ancient theories. The thorough research and knowledge of the author are major reasons behind its effortless yet gripping narration. The story takes the reader into another world that is full of mysteries and age-old secrets. Historical facts are seamlessly blended into the plot to give it an edge. It somehow provides some logical touch to Indian mythology with some scientific analysis. Each sequence and plot in the story is so interesting that it leaves the reader wanting for more. The plot of the story is much articulately though of along with subtle yet brief explanation of several mythologies. The way past and present are combined in the story make the main highlight of this book. The story-line and explanations are so neatly woven that one would actually start believing them while reading. About the Author: Scottish physician and an eminent writer, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s portrayal of Sherlock Holmes, a crime fiction icon in his detective series of the same name is known to be one of the path breaking and classical work in the history of English literature. Doyle’s body of work spans from science fiction and fantasy to poetry, plays, romance, historical novels and even non-fiction.
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