review ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Dev PrasadCe This particular conference has become centre of attention for not ust Indians but also for all important countries and the Underworld Mafia due to one of the Speakers Swami Brij Mohan Swamiji has promise to reveal the current location of Shyamantaka which is not ust a precious 5000 old gem but also a very powerful oneThis fun trip to Mathura takes an ugly turn when a terrorist disguised as a Sadhu sitting beside Sangeeta kills Swami Brij Mohan SP Nisha Sharma who is incharge of Mathura Event thinks Sangeeta is also a part of the Terrorist group Alan and Sangeeta run for their Life Somehow They Are Convinced That Finding somehow they are convinced that finding is the only way to prove their innocence and thus their uest begins They meet a old man Anton Blanchard during this uest Is Anton a good man Will Sangeeta and Alan Find Shyamantaka Will they be able to prove their innocenceRead the book to find out the answers a nice treasure huntperfect tapestry of humour love hunt and conspiracy along with mystery and twistslove it The Curse of Surya is an excellent fast paced crime thriller I have read in the recent times Every chapter is speckled with surprises and a whole lot of twists and turns I started reading the first two chapters and soon realized that it is impossible to put this back before you read it fully A brisk fiery and intelligent thriller Dev Prasad has successfully weaved in Indian history within a fast paced thriller Set in multiple locations with stories occurring simultaneously the book has an inspired way of story telling which is fast paced sleek and uite gripping The reader also gets a good insight into Indian history and incidents folklore from Lord Krishna s life Definitely worth reading Awesome thriller Fast paced and simply unputownable The Curse of Surya is a very fast paced crime thriller where the entire story happens in less than two days Unlike other Indian crime thrillers this one has a great blend of international flavour and Indian History I read the entire Book in ust one sitting Every chapter ends on a suspenseful note I found this enjoyable than Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons simply because *This Was A Story *was a story I could easily associate withThe story starts off with various protagonists coming from Singapore UK and Dev Prasad s The Curse of Surya is a lovely read and a must for all mythological fiction fans It is gripping fast paced well written has a solid plot and most importantly has characters which you will instantly take toA thumbs up for me. And daring SP Nisha Sharma and the most ruthless terrorist organizations Before she realizes it Sangeeta is trapped in a world of betrayal deceit and horror Fast paced and gripping The Curse of Surya will keep you hooked and on the edge of your seat while you unravel one of the biggest mysteries in 5000 years. Guy bad guy turning into a good guy The lead Sangeetha was like an encyclopaedia she knows about each and everything guy The lead character Sangeetha was like an she knows about each and everything this world or able to find a solution for anything somehow But it was refreshing to have a female lead like Sidney Sheldon novelThe Curse of Surya is definitely a worthy Indianized Davinci Code the history about the treasure was fascinating and their search *was thrilling And this book is an absolute page turner well *thrilling And this book is an absolute page turner well Dev looking forward to your next The Curse of Surya is a very interesting novel based on story of shyamantaka precious gem belonged to krishna The novel narration is very excellent and straight forward without any unnecessary characters and confusions in the story while reading it creates interest about krishna and explained about dwaraka in detail This is one of the best I ve ever read so far I like suspense thrillers so the whole basis of the book was interestingObviously most of what is in the book is fiction but Dev s story telling makes you think it s real His use of real places people and events will make an interested readingdefinitely I recommend to read this When I started reading The Curse of Surya over the weekend and found myself hooked on to the book I finished the book in 2 sessions in the weekend Overall this book is a good fast paced treasure hunt It also gives a good insight into Indian history Another great write by DevPrasad I found reading this book enjoyable and I strongly recommend for a good read I can guarantee you that it an keep you engaged and maintains the curiosity to the subseuent pages till the end Good historical thrillerHappy reading folks reading this book This book keeps you literally on the edge of your seat sometimes due to the Mythological mysteries and sometimes because of Sheer excitement The events mentioned in the book happen in the time frame of ust two daysUttar Pradesh is all set to host two major international events The International All Saints World Religions Conference at Krishna Janmasthan Temple in Mathura and the meeting between the Presidents of Singapore and India at the Taj Mahal in Agra A day before the Mathura event a Tibetan is found dead at Krishna Janmasthan that Tibetan was a reporter working for Channel 7 TV Singapore Thus Sangeeta another reporter has to postpone her holidays to cover the Presidents meeting at AgraSangeeta meets Alan Davies at Taj Mahal and they uickly become friends Both travel to Mathura to attend the All Saints World Religions Conferen. Duo must decipher a series of complex cryptographs and unearth the illustrious Shyamantaka that belonged to Surya the Sun God to prove their innocence Joined in their uest by an elderly Frenchman Anton Blanchard the duo race against time in helicopters motor boats and yachts In hot pursuit are the brilliant. The Curse of Surya is written by an unknown author only to me because he Has Already Written One Best already written one best Pitch It is a thriller in the lines of Dan Brown series To be precise it was like Davinci Code here the protagonist are in search of ewel which was lost some 5000 years agoDev Prasad Indianized the Davinci Code here a reporter from Singapore Sangeetha and Davies were on a treasure hunt for a Touch of Enchantment jewel Shyamantaka Thisewel belongs to the god Surya and it always brings bad luck to whoever possess it It has its own history and also an exiting unbelievable power to that gem which makes it the most wanted treasure by people across the worldThe main character Sangeetha reaches India to cover one important function which was about to happen in Agra and Davies was here to attend an international conference in which a swamiji was supposed to reveal the place of the lost ewel Shyamantaka All thing broke loose when there was a terror attack which kills the swamiji and Sangeetha and Davies are present in the event becomes "the most wanted terrorists And they were on the run followed by a police office "most wanted terrorists And they were on the run followed by a police office and they start their treasure hunt with an old man Blanchard who helps them escape from the crime sceneThe writing was simple and easily to follow And the places mentioned are some of the most famous sites in our country and it was fascinating to know the history of these places So ust like Dan Brown Dev Prasad also tells us about the history of each place where the story travels Also another book which has the history about Lord Krishna the last book I read about Krishna was Krishna Key by Ashwin SangiThe places where Sangeetha tries to fool the police by booking a flight ticket to Bangalore was explained elaborately in than one chapter which I felt absolutely unnecessary The moment she tells the receptionist to book two flight tickets we know she s trying to fool the police We didn t need the detailed police investigation then Nisha calling another policemen at Bangalore to go to airport to catch them then Davies acting surprisingly as if he didn t get why she is doing all this The whole part could have been skipped And I wondered how Sangeetha and Davies able to talk to each other under water with their scuba dressingThe treasure hunt came to an end very soon than I expected but then Dev had an interesting twist there And it has all other twists which were expected in this kind of a novel Like starting the plot with a mysterious murder good guy turning into a bad. Sangeeta Rao a beautiful feisty reporter at Channel 7 TV in Singapore rushes to Agra on a special assignment after an early morning phone call At the Taj Mahal she meets Alan Davies a charming Welshman But a terrorist attack on Mathura’s renowned Krishna temple turns them into fugitives from Miles from Kara justice and the.