The Mahaavatar Trilogy (set of 3)
Author: Kevin Missal
Set of 3 books, includes:
Narasimha, once a brave soldier, has left the war and lies low as a physician in a village. But a familiar face from his past seeks his help to stop the tyranny of the blind usurper Andhaka. If Narasimha refuses, the world might just end. What will he do? And why did he leave the war in the first place? Prahlad, the interim king of Kashyapuri, is torn between the ideals of his unrighteous father and his love for Lord Vishnu. Whom will he choose? Hiranyakashyap, the ruler of the Asura Empire, wants to avenge the death of his wife. To do that, he must go through the Trials and get the ultimate weapon – the Brahmastra. But the Trials have sent so many others to their death. Can Hiranyakashyap survive?
A vengeful Hiranyakashyap seeks to destroy Indra’s kingdom, but he’s haunted by his son Prahlad’s decision to oppose him. Narasimha is on a quest to find Prahlad but, on his way, he comes across an old friend and an ancient poison that threatens to derail his plans. A furious Holika hunts for her nephew, only to discover painful details about his childhood that make her rethink her actions. Will Hiranyakashyap be able to defeat Indra? Can Holika forget her rage against her nephew? And will Narasimha find Prahlad and fulfil his destiny? The adventure continues with the second book in the thrilling Narasimha Trilogy by bestselling author Kevin Missal.
Narasimha has never been so furious in his life. He now rules Kashyapuri after Hiranyakashyap’s death and spends his time planning revenge. Narasimha has vowed to kill Lord Indra, the man behind Chenchen’s death. As Prahlad watches Nara’s anger grow, he knows Nara must be stopped before he takes more innocent lives and everything is consumed by chaos. But can he do what is needed? Can he kill the only father figure he has ever had without losing himself to darkness?
The final book in Kevin Missal’s bestselling trilogy brings to an end the moving, inspiring and exciting story of Lord Narasimha and Prahlad.