❮Reading❯ ➽ Pyre of Queens (The Return of Ravana, #1) Author David Hair – Dolove.info

Mandore, Rajasthan, AD Ravindra Raj, The Evil Sorcerer King, Devises A Deadly Secret Ritual, Where He And His Seven Queens Will Burn On His Pyre, And He Will Rise Again With The Powers Of Ravana, Demon King Of The Epic Ramayana But Things Go Wrong When One Queen, The Beautiful, Spirited Darya, Escapes With The Help Of Aram Dhoop, The Court PoetJodhpur, Rajasthan, At The Site Of Ancient Mandore, Teenagers Vikram, Amanjit, Deepika And Rasita Meet And Realize That The Deathless King And His Ghostly Brides Are Hunting Them Down As Vicious Forces From The Past Come Alive, They Need To Unlock Truths That Have Been Hidden For Centuries, And Fight An Ancient Battle One Time Pyre of Queens (The Return of Ravana, #1)


About the Author: David Hair

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,



10 thoughts on “Pyre of Queens (The Return of Ravana, #1)

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    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum it comes to Young Adult fiction, David Hair hasn t just broken the mold He s completely shattered it His book The Pyre is a substantially revised edition of his 2010 novel Pyre of Queens, inspired heavily by


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    I always say that Indian Mythology has the most complicated and most enriched mythology of them all Recently, I was lucky enough to find out about two series on this topic One is the Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathy and the other is The Return of T


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    This was given to me for free in return for a review from the publisher I love David Hair s adult fantasy books which were written after this series and when I heard that this YA series was out I knew I had to try it so I requested it from the publis


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    A book set in India, with characters that are from India and with Indian mythology Well done Because most of the time when this happen, then all those things does not happen But here the author stayed true.The book takes place in present day and in 770 Sha


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    Solid four stars for this action paced young adult adventure novel which actually has solidly done research to back the story up Plus the author s respect and understanding to Indian myths and society actually shines through his writing And guess what The ent


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    Growing up reading the Ramayana, I could relate to its story I loved how the story of reincarnation involving Raavan was described The shifting between modern day and past lives events made the story extremely exciting I couldn t put the book down once I started


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    okay just okay


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    It s been over half a year since I ve written one of these let s see if I still know how to do it cracks knuckles, attempts to unknot spine When Jo Fletcher Books contacted me about doing a review of David Hair s rereleased it was first released in India under the nam


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