This is the fourth book in The Return Of Ravana series by David Hair.
The Ramayana is a story of ancient times. It happened ages ago; it is a story that ended with the vanquishing of the tyrannical king of Lanka. He is dead and gone, and his evil influence has been crushed forever, never to return.
Or is it? Is Ravana still lurking around in another form, waiting to rise to the heights of his power again, and reclaim his lost kingdom?
Four teenagers find out that Ravana is not just a story, he is not just an ancient memory, that he is still around, still attempting to reclaim what was once his. In each of their past lives, these four (Vikram, Amanjit, Rasita, and Deepika) have had to face him and have been killed by him.
Now, in the 21st century, Ravindra, who is Ravana in a new form, is after them again. They have seen him before, have had to confront him in past lives, and he has been their nemesis many times. But this time, he seems to be nearer to fulfilling his ambition, to reclaim Ravana’s throne.
In this fourth book, Ravindra has imprisoned Rasita, and if his plans go well, he will realize all his dreams. And, his triumph seems inevitable this time.
But the four friends, because of their recent experiences, have begun to find hidden powers deep within them, they are awakening to new potential they have discovered in themselves, and will not give up without a fight.
But, he will not be easy to vanquish, and he is fired by ambition that has been thwarted for centuries.
So, the scene is set for one final confrontation, the epic battle of Ramayana is to be fought again, in a 21st century setting, a confrontation which the four friends must win, or Ravana will have returned to power forever.avid and Kerry have two children, Brendan and Melissa and they live in Wellington, New Zealand.
A perfect end to a griping series
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Perfect Ending of a series