2 edition of The city of death found in the catalog.
Written in English
British schoolboy Ash Mistry, the reincarnation of the great Indian hero Ashoka and an agent of the goddess of death, faces the evil Lord Savage again after the villain sends his minions to capture Gemma, Ash"s unrequited crush.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.C343 Cit 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||329 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||329|
|ISBN 10||0545385180, 0545385199|
|ISBN 10||9780545385183, 9780545385190, 9780545576406|
|LC Control Number||2013006974|
After all, his spectacular debut, “The Death of Vishnu” (), is the best novel ever about a man dying in a stairwell. His new book, “The City of Devi,” completes a loose trilogy about. Praise for The City of Death "The nonstop action in this exciting sequel to The Savage Fortress uses every bell and whistle of the suspense novelist's craft to satisfy readers--no middle-novel syndrome here The well-integrated background information, a doomed romance and lots of video game action will keep teens reading and panting for more.".
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The first book got me hooked, with a fun take on Indian mythology and a central sibling relationship. (I'm going to try to be vague about the events of the first book in this review.) The second book, THE CITY OF DEATH, starts out with Ash having /5(9).
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