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Ash Mistry and the City of Death
In this fast-paced sequel to ASH MISTRY AND THE SAVAGE FORTRESS, Ash and Parvati join forces once more to track down Lord Savage in Kolkata. But to get what he wants, Ash must make a deal with his archenemy.
Three months after returning to England, Ash Mistry is trying to get back to normal life, like high school and finally getting up the courage to ask Gemma out. But Parvati returns to let him know that Lord Savage is about to execute another evil plot. The Koh-I-Noor diamond, a powerful and divine super-weapon, has been stolen from the Tower of London and is to be sold to Savage. With the diamond, Savage could wreak havoc on the world and bring back the dead. Ash sees his chance to finally stop Savage, so he and Parvati set out to find the Koh-I-Noor before Savage does.
But in their quest to stop Savage, they are attacked by his people and Ash’s friend Gemma is killed. Devastated, Ash blames himself for her death, and decides they should use the Koh-I-Noor to bring her back to life. But in order to get the diamond and save his friend, Ash must work with Savage, the only one who knows how to use the super weapon. As Ash gets pulled deeper into Savage’s plans, he confronts ancient powers, long-destroyed kingdoms, and even his friends. Will it all be worth it in order to bring Gemma back to life?
UK/Commonwealth/English-language Europe: HarperCollins UK (Feb 2013)
USA/Canada: Arthur Levine Books, Scholastic USA
A life-long gamer, Sarwat decided to embrace his passion for over-the-top wild adventure stories by trading in a stable, twenty-year career in engineering for a highly unstable, brand new one as a writer. That resulted in his first novel, DEVIL’S KISS, back in 2009.
Since then he has been published in a dozen languages, writing comic books, tv shows and novels such as the award-winning Indian mythology-inspired ASH MISTRY series and the epic high fantasy SHADOW MAGIC trilogy (as Joshua Khan).
While he’s travelled far and wide, including Africa, the Middle East, Europe, Asia and the Americas, he’s most at home in London where he lives with his wife, two more-or-less grown up daughters, and an aloof cat.