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Sons Of Darkness

Sons Of Darkness

Gourav Mohanty

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Product Details

  • Signed Edition
  • Numbered Edition
  • Limited To 2000 Copies
  • Royal Hardback
  • Digital Fore-Edge
  • Block Sprayed Top and Bottom
  • Designed Endpapers
  • 1st/1st

Product Description


Bled dry by violent confrontations with the Magadhan Empire, the Mathuran Republic simmers on the brink of oblivion. Krishna and Satyabhama have put their plans in motion within and beyond the Republic's blood-soaked borders to protect it from annihilation. But they will soon discover that neither gold nor alliances last forever.

They are however not alone in this game.

Mati, Pirate-Princess of Kalinga, has decided to mend her ways to be a good wife. But old habits die hard, especially when one habitually uses murder to settle old scores. Brooding but beautiful Karna hopes to bury his brutal past but finds that destiny is a miser when it comes to giving second chances. The crippled hero-turned-torturer Shakuni limps through the path of daggers that is politics only to find his foes multiply, leaving little time for vengeance.

Their lives are about to become very difficult for a cast of sinister queens, naive kings, pious assassins and ravenous priests are converging where the Son Of Darkness is prophesied to rise, even as forgotten Gods prepare to play their hand.


Game Of Thrones meets Mahabharata and Ramayan in India's first epic-grimdark fantasy series. A brilliantly imaginative talent makes his exciting debut with this epic grimdark fantasy saga inspired by ancient Indian epic Mahabharata and filled with treachery, war and vengeance, in the tradition of Steven Erikson's Malazan Book Of The Fallen Series and George R.R. Martin's A Song Of Ice And Fire Series.

“Through humor, torture, gore, lust, magic, dangerous power games and bloodcurdling battles, Sons Of Darkness takes us on an unforgettable wild journey set in re-imagined Vedic India.” - SF Book Review

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