CHRISTOPHER C. DOYLE

Author visit at Step by Step School on 11th Feb at 11am at the Amphitheatre- Organized for Grades 8, 9 and 11. The Senior Library has copies of these books, we would appreciate if you could read them in advance and Come prepared with questions.

Brought up as a boy on a steady diet of books ranging from classical literature to science fiction and fantasy to poetry and plays, Christopher has dreamed of becoming a writer from an early age. The science fiction of Jules Verne, H G Wells, Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein and the fantasies scripted by Tolkein, Robert Jordan and Terry Brooks inspired him to write from his schooldays, with the desire of seeing his name alongside his literary idols in bookshops someday.

Christopher C. Doyle pursued a career in the corporate world, graduating from St. Stephens College, Delhi with a degree in Economics and studying business management at IIM Calcutta. He now helps companies to grow profitably and sustainably.

Christopher lives in New Delhi with his wife, daughter and his dog and enjoys writing, reading, swimming and tennis as well as travelling and meeting people. He is also a musician and lives his passion for music through his band called Mid Life Crisis which plays classic rock

QUOTES BY CRISTOPHER C. DOYLE -
“Sometimes you need to look deeper within. If you look for a deeper meaning, you will find it.”
- Christopher C. Doyle, The Mahabharata Secret

“The least, he felt, one could do for another human being was to smile and greet them, and thank them for doing their jobs.”
- Christopher C. Doyle, The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret

“If there’s one thing I’ve learned about war, it is this. Don’t hope. War doesn’t bring hope. It takes hope away. It is peace that brings hope. And that is what we must work towards.”
- Christopher C. Doyle, The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret

“A daughter is her father’s life. He feels pain when she feels pain. He cries when she cries. He wants to give her every bit of happiness that she wants, even if it is beyond him.”
- Christopher C. Doyle, The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret

“humanity had forgotten its roots and turned to an erroneous theory based on the concept of evolution, when the true origins of humankind were hidden deep in the ancient myths of cultures across the world.”
- Christopher C. Doyle, The Mahabharata Quest: The Alexander Secret