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Nine Book Three NONE CAN CHANGE THE PAST, BUT THE FUTURE IS ANYBODY S GAME.271 BCOn The One Side Is The Mauryan Empire Under Ashoka, Growing From Strength To Strength On The Other End Is The Highly Trained Spy, Vassa, A Kalingan.Ashoka And His Army Are Moving Towards Kalinga And It Is Predicted That Nothing Can Stop It From Annihilating The Kalingans THE BATTLE FOR SURVIVAL HAS JUST BEGUN Vassa Needs To Move Quickly If He Wants To Change The Destiny Of His People His Mission Is To Hit At The Very Source Of This Powerful Kingdom The Virtually Indestructible, NINE Can He Go Beyond All That Is Mortal And Achieve The Impossible Gripping And Unrelenting, NINE The Rise Of The Kaligan Will Hold You Spell Bound.


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10 thoughts on “Nine Book Three

  1. says:

    That Shobha Nihalani can weave magic in this genre is a fact known to many readers but what she does with Nine 3 The Rise of the Kalingan is purely astonishing.The authoress takes us back to where it all started, giving us the background story to THE story which concluded in the second part of the trilogy The prequel talks about the Kalingan spirit, Vassa and how he


  2. says:

    This book is the sequel to the earlier two parts in the Nine trilogy When I got this a couple of months back almost, I wasn t aware of it It took me a while to take this up because of the huge reading backlog that I had created for myself and when I did take up reading this, I regretted why didn t I do it earlier Nine 3 is a lot better than the earlier two novels in t


  3. says:

    Set in the period of Asoka, Shobha Nihalani s Nine Rise of the Kalingan takes us all the way back in history when the Kalingan warrior had his own body and could not yet possess anyone he willed Lol Vassa and his brother, Tipu enter Asoka s fortress in disguise to find out the secret of his powers and those of the nine ratnas around him The mystery of the number nine is


  4. says:

    It has been a couple of months since I have read a book Last week I had about ten days of free time so I thought, hey, lets read something Well, eventually I ended up reading this Nine Trilogy I like this new genre Amish has created But, yeah, sometimes it does feel a bit congested So many authors now a days, writing so many bestselling novels, plenty of those based on th


  5. says:

    The author has cleverly written a prequel for the final book of this series, having finished with the story in the first two books themselves So, this book has a different plot than the other two, which is a welcome thing This tells the life story of that fearsome Kalingan, whose spirit was wreaking havoc in the earlier novels The plot is quite alright, but the execution co


  6. says:

    Comparing this with earlier two books in the trilogy, I would say this was fast paced and kept me hooked for a long while till the climax came in which was a tad bit disappointing for me Not in terms of the storyline because you already know that Vassa, the Kalingan warrior is going to die so that his spirit will take revenge as shown in the earlier parts, butso because of th


  7. says:

    Honestly speaking I enjoyed the previous two booksand even though this is a sequel and is centered around one protagonist, the kalingan Vaasa it fails to evoke that sense of familiarity I felt with Tara, Zubin and Akash.I liked the plot and the narration The writer once again utilises all her creative grey matter in this book to give a decent tale It s a one time read for me an


  8. says:

    A thrilling account of a soul s quest for revenge during the time of King Ashoka The writer has very brilliantly connected the elements of the number nine with the legend of the navratnas of Ashoka, the great.The soul in discussion here, is the sam...


  9. says:

    I found this series very linear to be honest All books are above average, not a literary masterpiece but pure commercial mythology with swearing and oomph added in to make it tasteful for today s readers I empathised with the Kalingan in this book whereas in the earlier one...


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