In a religious enclave in the Himalayas, a man lies dying of an incurable illness. In dying he pushes his son Kalki and his Scottish partners son Andrews into a confrontation with manipulating, scheming, powerful stakeholders of his international conglomerate, unleashing madness, bloodshed, mysticism and violence. Kalki and Andrews are drawn into the race to save their lives and to defend what they hold dear.Andrews will be drawn into the deadly conflict not of his making. Both will be stalked every step of the way by savage, cruel, ruthless men whose only pleasure is inflicting extreme pain and exacting sweet revenge!Kalki inherits his fathers international conglomerate and must immediately defend the company, and his family, from a hostile takeover from a ruthless stakeholder named Sanakia. In a battle of more than just corporate politics, Sanakia enlists the services of a notorious pirate who kidnaps Kalkis pregnant wife.Kalki must try and save his wife, as well as his own life, as he learns of the true reasons behind Sanakias assault against him, his family and his company. A sealed envelope left in the safe deposit box of his bank by his father before his death shatters the even tenor of Kalki’s life. Raw, chilling fear squeezes his heart and leaves him breathless. The revelation is so earth shaking for him that life will never be the same for Kalki. The deadly secret lies in an ancient six thousand year old temple belonging to Kalki’s ancestors that lies in ruins in the thick jungles of an island that came with his inheritance.-------I really liked ‘Die Every Moment’. The story is gruesome, but totally captivating. It worked really well, as it also made me want to know what had happened to lead us there. Super start.The rest of it is also fantastic. I liked the characters, the dialogue etc.You write brilliantly and I was completely drawn into this super story. Very good show. You promised a sequel…can’t wait for ‘Die In Ecstasy’ to be out!Desmond.