Book Summary of Turbulence
Everyone on BA flight 142 from London to Delhi got off it with a unique superpower. A power they didn`t even know they wanted. Everyone, that is, who`s still alive. Because someone is hunting down the passengers.
And now Aman Sen`s ragtag collective of rogue superhumans is in grave danger. They must decide what to do with their powers and their lives – and quickly.
This explosive new blockbuster moves at hyperspeed across two continents as colliding forces move towards an action-packed finale that will leave the world – and you – changed forever.
About The Author
Samit Basu is a writer of novels, short stories, comics and screenplays. He has written three bestselling fantasy novels, The Simoqin Prophecies, The Manticore`s Secret and The Unwaba Revelations, a young adult novel, Terror on the Titanic, as well as several short stories in anthologies for adults and children. In comics, Samit has written two series, Devi and The Tall Tales of Vishnu Sharma, and a graphic novel, Untouchable, co-written with Mike Carey (X-Men, Lucifer, the Felix Castor series).
Samit was born in Kolkata, India, and educated in Kolkata and London. He lives and works in New Delhi.
Details of Book: Turbulence (BSID:22239)
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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...
This one zooms through at a quirky pace and is laced with action, romance, drama and even some tragedy. â??Turbulenceâ?? is a super-heroes novel and the reader almost has fun believing the facts about the narrow metropolitan cities of India which shelter super-human powers. The story deals with passe...
As someone who never reads sci-fi or speculative fiction (and only a dash of fantasy) and only knows Basu from his nonfiction writing, I had no expectations going into this book (and have nothing in particular to compare it to). And I liked it very much indeed. I underline the interesting parts o...
I liked The Game World Trilogy a lot and had high expectations on Samit-Basu. But this is a big disappointment as it looks very very ordinary. The imagination looks like a little child's who watched too many super-hero movies. I think after you watch too many super-hero movies and read so many co...
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