Fire on the Plains of India (Memoirs of Nathanial Kenworthy, Book III)

Fire on the Plains of India (Memoirs of Nathanial Kenworthy, Book III)
Length: 264 pages
ASIN: 1519680856
Two brothers...two ideologies, one outcome. Grandfather makes a metaphysical journey to a mystical land ripped apart by war over 5,000 years ago. As he steps into this ancient arena, he sees metal flying ships carrying men to the places only the gods can reach. However, these metal marvels are both saviors and enslavers of humankind rivers of blood flow, granddad vows to bring a message of peace from the past to the present. Will the future heed his message?
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About the Book

Nathanial takes a journey to ancient India and witnesses first hand an atomic war between two brothers. On the one hand we have the kind, compassionate brother, Bhuvanesh, and on the other the cruel and inhumane, Mahajan…this is a true Abel and Cain rivalry. However, the outcome can  wipe-out the lives of millions of people and not just a single soul.

Our time traveler is tittering between joining his past and leaving his present when he is unexpectedly abducted by the cruel Mahajan. As a psychological battle takes place between the two, the bodies continue to pile up and the plains of India turn red from the blood of the countless warriors killed in battle.

With Nathanial no longer an asset to his captors, he is prepared as a sacrifice to the benevolent gods, however, good fortune smiles down upon him from an unexpected source…and he escapes from his death sentence. Still, while he is saved, death from the skies shake the countryside, the towns, and the villages… and the blood of innocent men, women and children run down the streets, rivers and valleys.

Will we ever learn?



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