Summary

In 1460 Nepal, a young man troubled by his fiancé's blindness embarks on a journey across China to find the mysterious Great Spirit that has the power to restore her sight. Traveling across the infinite plains of the Gobi Desert, he learns that the Great Spirit is not who he appears to be.
The Son of Nepal is a story of the love between a young man and woman in its utmost form. A story that draws on the ideas of heavenly matchmaking, purpose and the plan of destiny. The book reveals the spirit realm of the Everplanes, where powerful spirits climb to godhood and pull the reins of man through the ages. It is the first book of the series called The Sons of Thunder.
©2015 Jeremiah Sylvester (P)2016 Jeremiah Sylvester
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5 out of 5 stars
By S Hassall on 18-03-18

Nepal so special<br />

Engaging tale gives vivid pictures, make me want to return to Nepal.
Gently powerful. Splendid.

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5 out of 5 stars
By janet on 20-01-16

a very intriguing story, short and concise

This is the first book of a new series called "The Sons of Thunder". I will definitely be listening the rest of the series whenever it comes, because I thoroughly enjoyed "The Son of Nepal".
It's an interesting story set in 1460 in Nepal and the Gobi desert. This is a part of the world that I really know nothing about but the narrator made it seem very familiar. The plot is simple enough with Johannan going on a quest to find a cure for his fiancé’s blindness. This, however, is not the best thing about this audiobook. What really stood out, was the author's amazing use of descriptive words and phrases, which led to the conjuring of very vivid and marvelous mental imagery. The ride this book takes your imagination on is, to me, the best part about listening this book.
Johannan is a character that you want to root for as he searches for the Great Spirit.

This was a wonderful book to listen and would appeal most to teens and young adults.

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