- Publisher: Curl Up Press
- Available in: Ebook, Paperback, Audiobook in English. All other rights available.
- ISBN: 978-1-912105-66-3
An ancient weapon threatens the heart of India.
From New York Times & USA Today bestselling author, J.F.Penn.
A bomb explodes in the center of London and a fragment of an ancient Hindu sculpture is stolen from the ARKANE Headquarters by a secret organization bent on mass murder. If the sculpture is put together again, it will reveal the key to the Brahmastra, a weapon with the power of a nuclear explosion.
As those they love are threatened, ARKANE agents Morgan Sierra and Jake Timber must search for the pieces of the relic before it can be activated at the Kumbh Mela, the greatest pilgrimage on earth.
In a fast-paced adventure from the slums of Mumbai to the temples of Kolkata, the Taj Mahal in Agra to the killing fields of Rwanda, Morgan and Jake must find the pieces of the sculpture before it’s too late.
Destroyer of Worlds is Book 8 in the ARKANE action adventure thriller series, but can be read as a stand-alone story.
Available in ebook, print, audio, large print or hard cover format
“This book will grab you from the first page and not let go.” – David C. Taylor
“Another great book by J F Penn. Her research and attention to detail is nothing but amazing. She keeps you spellbound from start to finish.” – Gail
“J.F. Penn could have been an awesome history teacher! This story grabbed me right from the start and hurled me through the pages. I have to admit that I read it over a two day period as I couldn’t wait to see what happened next. Nor could I wait to learn more about the religion, the country and the history of India.” – Beth Farrar
“Another great book always looking forward to the next one. Read it in one night couldn’t put it down. Suspenseful.” – Debbie Harris
“The reader is (willingly) taken on a non-stop rollercoaster ride, with Morgan and Jake, to stop those who would let loose the forces of evil. On this journey you learn more about the characters themselves, but also of other people’s culture, myths and religion.The reader is right there, experiencing everything. You can smell the spices, the sweat mixed with animal and human blood. Feel the heat, the unwashed bodies as they pass you by. See the sights, the blinding colours of the saris mixed with the blazing sunshine. All made possible via Penn’s very descriptive words. This is very well written, in my opinion, it’s the best ARCANE novel (so far). Superb!” – Kay Smillie