The devourers
Das, Indra author.

The devourers

Das, Indra author.


Physical Description
306 pages ; 25 cm

"On a cool evening in Kolkata, India, beneath a full moon, as the whirling rhythms of traveling musicians fill the night, college professor Alok encounters a mysterious stranger with a bizarre confession and an extraordinary story. Tantalized by the man's unfinished tale, Alok will do anything to hear its completion. So Alok agrees, at the stranger's behest, to transcribe a collection of battered notebooks, weathered parchments, and once-living skins. From these documents spills the chronicle of a race of people at once more than human yet kin to beasts, ruled by instincts and desires blood-deep and ages-old. The tale features a rough wanderer in seventeenth-century Mughal India who finds himself irrevocably drawn to a defiant woman--and destined to be torn asunder by two clashing worlds. With every passing chapter of beauty and brutality, Alok's interest in the stranger grows and evolves into something darker and more urgent."-- Provided by publisher.

Subject Term
College teachers -- Fiction.
Shapeshifting -- Fiction.

Geographic Term
Mogul Empire -- Fiction.
India -- Fiction.

Fantasy fiction. gsafd


Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice
New York : Del Rey, an imprint of Random House, 2016.

General Note
"Originally published in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Nepal by Penguin Books India in 2015."--Title page verso.

Material TypeShelf NumberBarcodeLibraryStatus
BookFANTASY DAS32530608376586Main JCPLAdult Fiction Area