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Turbulence When Aman Sen Gets Off A Plane From London To Delhi He Discovers That He, And Everyone On His Flight, Now Has Extraordinary Abilities Corresponding To Their Innermost Desires Aman Wants To Heal The Planet But With Each Step He Takes, He Finds Helping Some Means Harming Others Will It All End, As Years Of Super Hero Fiction Suggest, In A Meaningless, Explosive Slugfest


About the Author: Samit Basu

Samit Basu is a writer of books, films and comics His first novel, The Simoqin Prophecies, published by Penguin India in 2003, when Samit was 23, was the first book in the bestselling Gameworld Trilogy and marked the beginning of Indian English fantasy writing The other books in the trilogy are The Manticore s Secret and The Unwaba Revelations.Samit s other novels include a YA novel, Terror on t



10 thoughts on “Turbulence

  1. says:

    Absurdly and gleefully enjoyable superhero comedy thriller This might be the greatest beach book of all time The Indian setting gives the author opportunity for a ton of sharp observations and satirical heft as well as making this distinct from the same old US of A superhero roster there s loads of good female characters laugh out loud funny writing as well as huge action scenes I am


  2. says:

    Whether or not you will like this playful novel about Indian superheroes depends largely on how much you like its distinctive voice Here s the opening paragraphs In 1984, Group Captain Balwant Singh of the Indian Air Force s Western Air Command had dangled his then three year old son Vir off the edge of the uppermost tier of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, nearly giving his gentle and hirsute wif


  3. says:

    Let me begin by saying I have very mixed feelings about this book.First, the positives There are quite a few of them My favorite part is how Basu s writing cleverly inverts tropes and stereotypes, turning them upside down The language itself is evocative, without trying too hard, and features sly turns of phrases, witty references and jokes, and a very authentic, mature Indian voice that isn t insec


  4. says:

    Of late I seem to be rather adept at finding and reading lacklustre books Here is another one with a terribly disjointed storyline and droll attempts at humor.A review is beyond me for I cannot think up of anything to compensate the time spent trying to read this I tried an incremental approach 25 pages at first, a hesitant 50 pages and finally a last ditch 100 pages and nothing changed That was it


  5. says:

    I tried I really did Thrice Stopped at the second chapter on the first try Couldn t go past the 25% mark on my third try I give up.The story is about a bunch of people getting superpowers based on their heart s deepest desires, all because they happened to be on a certain British Airways flight There s a villian trying to kill em all of course there is and an undecided character who might be a friend or a foe I sto


  6. says:

    At the moment superheroes are hip and smart Films such as the rebooted The Amazing Spider Man due any time now as I type , Iron Man the third instalment now being filmed and The Dark Knight also the third incarnation of the Nolanverse Batman due this summer are all current The Avengers is one of the biggest grossing movies of all time TV series such as Heroes and Alphas have raised the awareness although admittedly, in the


  7. says:

    Review originally posted by me on UK Turbulence is a book about super humans Now I m the kind of person who likes his super humans confined to comic books and movies, so from the idea of a superhero novel is foreign to me, as such reviewing one is equally foreign so I ll start from the beginning.As with many books I find that the front cover provides me with no information about what I am about to read It does however contain a q


  8. says:

    An unlikely combination of engaging humour and a juvenile story.Mr Basu s writing is witty and humorous, and very refreshing to read It is really unique irreverent, sharp, and demonstrates an understanding of the melting pot that is contemporary India I really enjoyed the first few chapters Really did Till the story kicked in.Think of Wodehouse, for instance The story in any of his novels is incidental A mere pretext, a place holder for h


  9. says:

    Will it all end, as eighty years of superhero fiction suggest, in a meaningless, explosive slugfest Yes Yes it will.I like the idea of this book a non US centric take on the superhero myth, challenging the way the world is set up to work, etc And for the first couple of chapters, I hold out hope that it ll be a fun mashup of, say, Heroes and The Satanic Verses In the end, though, despite a few hints at interesting ideas, I f


  10. says:

    Should ve been a graphic novel


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