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Inside this Book – I have a bad feeling about today. He didn’t know why he felt the way he did, but there it was. He was usually not an instinctive person, but for some reason, something about today felt off. It must be the weather, he told himself. Trying to shrug off the feeling, Nara concentrated on the vegetables on his plate. He was famished. And no matter how much of the green stuff he ate, it never made him feel full. He wanted meat; needed it. Just like I used to before … But no, he had promised himself that he would never again hurt another living being to fill his stomach. Not after everything he had done in the past. I have too much to bear. As he stuffed the beans and the juicy tendrils in his mouth, he noticed how the tavern was filled with drunkards. Nara believed in keeping his body disciplined, and he had always stayed away from these sins. Music played in the background and his feet tapped to the beat, for it was a catchy tune composed of flutes and drums. There was a smell of drinks and meat in the air. The loud chatter of men and women enjoying each other’s company filled the tavern.
Inside this book –Narasimha PDF Book by Kevin Missal – Death was all around him. He was in his battle fort, watching his men, thousands of them, dying at the hands of the Tribals – Vanars, Yakshas and Nagas. Blood was spilled, heads were severed and limbs were torn off. Prahlad knew that, at fifteen, he was too young for this. He cursed under his breath. Despite his age, he was tall, with short hair and scars already adorning his body. Scars from battles and fights, and from his father. His father was always merciless when it came to battle training, even to the point of hurting his sons. After all, strength defines a person in the Asura culture. The Asura war captain appeared next to Prahlad, sweating profusely. ‘What should we do, your highness?’ Your highness … he was a prince of the capital of Dakshina, Kashyapuri. But he always felt odd when someone reminded him of his title. It didn’t matter that he was a prince. He had always been humble. Prahlad narrowed his gaze and looked at the battlefield – red, dusty and swirling with blood as the two armies, the black-armoured one of the Asuras and the many-coloured one of Agni, fought each other.
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- Full Book Name – Narasimha
- Author of this Book – Kevin Missal
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fiction, Novel, Fantasy, Mythology
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- eBook Pages – 283
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