Aru Shah and the End of Time (Graphic Novel, The)
Best-selling author Rick Riordan Presents the graphic novel adaptation of the New York Times best-selling fantasy adventure by Roshani Chokshi, inspired by the great Hindu epics she grew up on.
Named one of 100 Best Fantasy Books of All Time by Time magazine!
Twelve-year-old Aru Shah has a tendency to stretch the truth in order to fit in at school. While her classmates are jetting off to family vacations in exotic locales, she'll be spending her autumn break at home, in the Museum of Ancient Indian Art and Culture, waiting for her mom to return from her latest archeological trip. Is it any wonder that Aru makes up stories about being royalty, traveling to Paris, and having a chauffeur?
One day, three schoolmates show up at Aru's doorstep to catch her in a lie. They don't believe her claim that the museum's Lamp of Bharata is cursed, and they dare Aru to prove it. Just a quick light, Aru thinks. Then she can get herself out of this mess and never ever fib again.
But lighting the lamp has dire consequences. She unwittingly frees the Sleeper, an ancient demon whose duty it is to awaken the God of Destruction. Her classmates and beloved mother are frozen in time, and it's up to Aru to save them.
The only way to stop the demon is to find the reincarnations of the five legendary Pandava brothers, protagonists of the Hindu epic poem, the Mahabharata, and journey through the Kingdom of Death. But how is one girl in Spider-Man pajamas supposed to do all that?
This hilarious and inventive fantasy is perfect for the graphic novel format.
Enjoy the entire Aru Shah Pandava series!
- Rick Riordan Presents: Aru Shah and the End of Time (Book 1)
- Rick Riordan Presents: Aru Shah and the Song of Death (Book 2)
- Rick Riordan Presents: Aru Shah and the Tree of Wishes (Book 3)
- Rick Riordan Presents: Aru Shah and the City of Gold (Book 4)
- Rick Riordan Presents: Aru Shah and the Nectar of Immortality (Book 5)
- 128 pages
- Rick Riordan Presents (4/5/22)
- 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
Tagsbipoc representation, hindu, middle grade, south asia