- Releasing : November 2021
- Author : Arpit Bakshi
- ISBN : 9789390918805
- Category : Literature and Fiction
- Original Language : English
- Binding : Paperback
- Price : 395.00
- Extent : 304 pages
ABOUT THE BOOK
Mukunda lowered his gaze for a moment as a burning sensation gripped his chest and a cold sweat ran down his spine. His heart was beating at a pace he was finding difficult to cope with. Darkness soon grappled his vision.
The Exile of Mukunda, part two of the Maha Vishnu Trilogy, is set on a planet called Prithvi in a distant universe called 1408. Manavas from both the city of Madhavpur and Ayudhpur have now united. They are living harmoniously in the well-guarded beautiful city of Ksharanpur.
Shriram now rules the new Manava society and Radhika looks after the day-to-day administration. Shyam has retired and now enjoys his time with his grandkids. Krishna’s legacy is still remembered and celebrated by all except for one, his own young defiant son, Mukunda. He blames Krishna for not only abandoning him but also his mother in their hour of need.
Desperate to search for answers, the ever-defiant Mukunda crosses into the enemy line. Trapped in a kingdom governed by the evilest forces on Prithvi, he finds himself helping them make weapons that may very well wipe Manavas out of existence, once and for all. The only one Mukunda can trust in these dire times is a faceless voice emanating from the dark depths of the deep space. Whose voice is that?
Surrounded by a soulless enemy and betrayed by the girl he loves, will Mukunda ever be able to escape from the clutches of evil? What happened to Krishna? Will Mukunda ever be able to find him or will he too fade into oblivion, thousands of miles away from home?
Enter into the mythical world of part two of the Maha Vishnu series and get swept away in a fast-paced suspenseful narrative.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born and brought up in Meerut (Uttar Pradesh), Arpit Bakshi pursued his engineering before moving to Mysore and then to Pune for his first job. Within three years, he shifted to upstate New York to pursue his master’s degree. Having done his fair share of globe-trotting, Arpit now lives in Gurugram (Haryana).