ISBN 9789350291405,Curse Of The Godman

Curse Of The Godman



HarperCollins Childrens Books

Publication Year 2011

ISBN 9789350291405

ISBN-10 9350291401


Number of Pages 336 Pages
Language (English)

19th century fiction

Legends Meet Reality In The Hills Of India 1951 ... An Unseen Spectre Terrorizes The Areas Around Darjeeling?S Scenic Tea Plantations. As The Events Unfold, Michael And Sarah Patterson, British Owners Of The Thriving Silver Glade Plantation, Find Their Lives Intricately Enmeshed With All Of It, And With The Frightening Figure Of A Naga Sadhu Whom Michael Glimpses On A Dark Night. The Sleepy Little Town Nestled In The Hills Of North-East India Wakes Up To A Number Of Murky Incidents ? A Society Lady?S Murder, The Appearance Of A Godman, The Search For An Elusive Predator, The Blossoming Love Between A Hindu And A Christian, And The Furtive Attraction Between Sarah And Her Husband?S Best Friend, Sanjay Kapoor, Who Is Also The Manager Of The Plantation ? All Of Which Come Together In A Riveting Climax. Beautifully Capturing The Essence Of The Times, Curse Of The Godman Weaves Together Romance And Deceit, Mysticism And Bigotry To Bring To Life The Magic Of The Hills And Tell An Enthralling Story. About The Author Biddu Was Born In India And Began His Career Playing In A Pop Band Influenced By The Beatles And The Rolling Stones. Following Early Success, He Headed West And Moved Into The International Music Arena Where He Quickly Struck Gold, Signing The Unknown Carl Douglas And Producing The Hit ?Kung Fu Fighting?. He Tasted Success Even On His Return To India And Composed Hits Such As ?Aap Jaisa Koi? For The Film Qurbani, And The Pop Albums Disco Deewane And Made In India. His Autobiography, Made In India, Was Published By Harpercollins India.