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Krishna's Counsel (The Moksha Trilogy #2)
By Mira Prabhu

Series Description:

KRISHNA'S COUNSEL sweeps you back to sleepy south India in the 1960s, right into the tumultuous life of Pia, a brilliant and defiant teenager whose world disintegrates under the brutal sword-thrust of an eerie death. It is the loving gift of the magnificent view of eastern philosophy - particularly a poignant scene in the Bhagavad Gita, when Lord Krishna advises the quailing warrior Prince Arjuna to pick up his great bow Gandiva and forever rout the corrupt foe, regardless of the consequences - that saves her from certain self-annihilation.

Many years later, now a gorgeous woman living in frenetic New York City, Pia is tracked down and coaxed to return to India to deal with an insistent throng of old ghosts. But horror strikes yet again - and she is compelled by supernatural agents to heed Lord Krishna's timeless advice as she finds herself on the trail of a charming psychopath who will stop at nothing to kill her.

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Mira Prabhu:

Mira Prabhu's fascination with eastern philosophy inspired her to write Whip of the Wild God-a novel that shape-shifted into its current form twenty years later in the shadow of the sacred hill Arunachala. Leaving New York at the eve of the millennium, Mira traversed the globe, spending years in the foothills of the Himalayas, in Rishikesh beside the River Ganga, and travelling back and forth to America and Europe. Krishna's Counsel is the second novel in the Moksha Trilogy. The third is Copper Moon Over Pataliputra, soon to be published. She now lives in the deep south of India where she focuses on spiritual and creative work.







Series Description:

KRISHNA'S COUNSEL sweeps you back to sleepy south India in the 1960s, right into the tumultuous life of Pia, a brilliant and defiant teenager whose world disintegrates under the brutal sword-thrust of an eerie death. It is the loving gift of the magnificent view of eastern philosophy - particularly a poignant scene in the Bhagavad Gita, when Lord Krishna advises the quailing warrior Prince Arjuna to pick up his great bow Gandiva and forever rout the corrupt foe, regardless of the consequences - that saves her from certain self-annihilation.

Many years later, now a gorgeous woman living in frenetic New York City, Pia is tracked down and coaxed to return to India to deal with an insistent throng of old ghosts. But horror strikes yet again - and she is compelled by supernatural agents to heed Lord Krishna's timeless advice as she finds herself on the trail of a charming psychopath who will stop at nothing to kill her.

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Mira Prabhu:

Mira Prabhu's fascination with eastern philosophy inspired her to write Whip of the Wild God-a novel that shape-shifted into its current form twenty years later in the shadow of the sacred hill Arunachala. Leaving New York at the eve of the millennium, Mira traversed the globe, spending years in the foothills of the Himalayas, in Rishikesh beside the River Ganga, and travelling back and forth to America and Europe. Krishna's Counsel is the second novel in the Moksha Trilogy. The third is Copper Moon Over Pataliputra, soon to be published. She now lives in the deep south of India where she focuses on spiritual and creative work.