SAMIT Basu returns with a sci-fi. Passengers on a flight to London from Delhi are suddenly empowered. None of them sought it. And now, there is someone out to destroy the passengers one by one.
The novel Turbulence begins dramatically enough with an Indian Air Force person flying to destroy the nukes in Pakistan. He is intruded by an unknown person who tells him that he was on wrong target and wrong time. The voice also tells him to go back as his bosses were using him for a game of their own. From then on, the book hooks the reader, compelling the pages turning.
Samit Basu has written novels, short stories, comics and screenplays. Turbulence is definitely a seller from the writer.
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