80AD - The Sudarshana (Book 4) by Aiki Flinthart

80AD - The Sudarshana (Book 4)

By Aiki Flinthart

  • Release Date: 2011-11-17
  • Genre: Adventure
Score: 4.5
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Ever wondered what India was like in 80AD? Well neither had Jade and Phoenix - until they end up there for Level 4 of the game, 80AD.

Transported from the deserts of Egypt into the tropical heat of India, they have to face a whole new range of enemies. Snake-gods, invading armies, assassins and war-elephants are all on the list.

To complicate matters, the Game is now open to internet gamers in their world - adding a whole new level of difficulty. When they meet a fellow-gamer, they are in for the ride of their lives.

All they want to do is complete their next quest, yet somehow, they end up involved in a full-scale war between Indian rival kings. Each army is over 100 000 strong and prepared to fight to the bloody death to hold the town of Pune.

Unfortunately, it's also the town Phoenix and Jade must get to, to complete Level 4. They must return The Sudarshana to the statue of Vishnu in Pune, before the death of the moon. With two armies in the way and assassins sent by Feng Zhudai hot on their tail, the task seems impossible.

Zhudai's minions will do everything they can can to stop Phoenix and Jade. They have to outwit the enemy and stop a war to get the Quest finished in time. If they fail, all hope of ever getting home is gone.


  • 80AD books 1-4

    By Peter Pan 56
    These have been a joy to read through, I will be informing my yr7&8 students to read these this coming year. Well done :)
  • Book 4

    By darrenrandall
    Excellent, brilliant, amazing best series of books i've read in a long time. Not predictable, not boring take my advice and read them, but definatley start with book 1, really love these books :)
  • Where is the fifth book?!!!!

    By Tearstar
    Great story, have read all the books in record time as they flow so well. You get to care about the characters and they are quite familiar by the time you get to this stage. If you like lots of action and thoughtful morality in your adventures then you will enjoy these books. ......really hope there is another book!