Children of the Moon

Children of the Moon

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SNIGDHA By Snigdha_Sk Updated Mar 12

"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 her power hungry uncle sells her off to the son of a Pandava.

Zephyr Chandravanshi 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?

Highest rank #61 in Fantasy on 06/01/2017
Cover made by me! 
(I don't own the images used.)

  • action
  • adventure
  • apocalypse
  • endoftheworld
  • epic
  • epicadventure
  • fantasy
  • india
  • indian
  • moon
  • postapocalypse
  • romance
  • siri
  • sisters
  • sun
  • twins
  • zephyr
SharaiThoms SharaiThoms Feb 09
Woah Maori? As in my language Maori? as in the New Zealand language Maori? I feel so popular if it is
fLeurClara fLeurClara Mar 08
Oh, good. Not that far. It put things into perspectives. By that time I'm gonna graduate. According to my plan. Kkkk
I bet everyone right now that she's gonna fall in love with someone
Fun fact: the names of the rides at Volcano Bay in Florida are based off the Maori language. (I used to work there lol)
LKSkripjack LKSkripjack Feb 21
Interesting world building! I appreciated the extra information down the bottom
squirrelg squirrelg Feb 06
I really like the concept! It’s really fresh and intriguing. I think you could be a bit clearer in places in this prologue though, for example with explaining who was who, which was my main source of confusion and kept me from being too immersed.
                              Congratulations on #8 as well!