Children of the Moon

Children of the Moon

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SNIGDHA By Snigdha_7 Updated Oct 19, 2018

"Where the Moon doesn't shine, the stars guide the lost."

It has been twelve years since the Drift ravaged the world, breaking apart continents and destroying the lives of billions of people. Peace is just returning to India, under the rule of the Pandavas and their mighty military.

Siri spends her days taking care of her delusional father, drug addict twin and seemingly psychic younger brother. 

But the new found peace turns out to be the calm before the storm for Siri.  On the twelfth anniversary of the Drift, her world falls apart for the second time, when an arrogant Pandavan prince wrongly frames her as a spy and arrests her. 

However, Zephyr is definitely not the spoiled prince that he portrays and when he sees the child of the prophecy, he is left with no choice but to intervene by 'buying' the girl.

Secrets are beginning to unravel. The world maybe on the verge of destruction again

Siri is the only one who can stop it. 

Will she succeed?

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  • action
  • adventure
  • apocalypse
  • demigods
  • endoftheworld
  • epic
  • epicadventure
  • fantasy
  • fiction
  • gods
  • india
  • indian
  • love
  • moon
  • postapocalypse
  • prophecy
  • romance
  • siri
  • sisters
  • sun
  • teen
  • teenage
  • twins
  • wattpride
  • zephyr
whale_lover_157 whale_lover_157 Dec 17, 2018
I am also a twin so I understand the stigma for them to be alike in every way. Are the two girls identical twins or fraternal?
AstraSama AstraSama Sep 08, 2018
I am ra-uri...praise the sun 🌞 
                              (Dark souls reference)
TolinaRowlands TolinaRowlands Aug 25, 2018
So...question: How many siblings are there and which ones didn't make it? I understand there is a baby brother older brother and two twin girls,but is there another sister and brother?
Dadodoizded Dadodoizded Sep 07, 2018
My dad's birthday is celebrated by the Lunar calendar. I am one of the Chandravanshi, literally.
whale_lover_157 whale_lover_157 Dec 17, 2018
This is good, try saying 'their mother's stormy grey ones' instead so you have less repetition.
Sweederose13 Sweederose13 Sep 11, 2018
I love that story Idea, I ki8nda wish I had thought of it. Keep up the good work!