The Mine Launch Event Is Today


If you are in the NCR, please do try to be there for the official launch event of “The Mine” at India International Center Conference Room III and Lawns from 6:30 pm where I shall be in conversation with noted critic Jaiarjun Singh to be followed by a open QA session involving the audience. The book, or blog and/or anything else will be discussed.

No invitation cards are required. Please walk right in. [IBN review of “The Mine”]




28 thoughts on “The Mine Launch Event Is Today

  1. Read the book in two sittings. Even though there are a few loose ends – it had a great number of twists and turns, esp at the end – even more than an Abbas-Mustan thriller!!! But there was too much gore and sex – not suitable for kids!

    But a great addition to the “lomharshan” series – like Pritish Nandy, I feel, it has the makings of a great horror movie! I only hope it is not Vikram Bhatt who makes it (in 3D)!

    All in all, for the readers of this column, I would say – Grab your copy now!!

  2. It was great to finally meet you in person.wish you all the success.will eagerly wait for the sequel of your ‘ekdom nongra boi’.. πŸ™‚

  3. Preordered the book. Recieved it sometime in mid Jan and finished it in a day. Sadly though it felt like a rushed book, half baked at places and left me disappointed.Like most of your writing and so i guess expectations were a little higher.

  4. Loved the discussion that I got to have with you at the Chancery Hotel. It is always an interesting experience to get to know the author’s thought process and view points of episodes in his own book.

    Great Book. and Great meeting you!!


  5. @GB: Thanks for yesterday’s event and thanks for signing the books.

    However, what I didn’t remember to ask yesterday was a follow-up to Shreyashi_di’s question about the iPad/iPhone books.

    Now, not to sound like a fanboy (again) I would like to say that Kindle is fine but would eventually lose out to the mighty iBookstore (you know how mighty they are). What’s more important is the number of people using an iPod Touch/iPhone/iPad for various things vs the number of people who would be buying the Kindle *only* for reading books. And, that is pre iBooks Author data .
    Hence, for your next book an iBooks version is what many of us (people outside India) would like to see (it adds a bit of glamour, you see πŸ˜‰ ) or better still, both iBooks as well as Kindle.

    It’s a shame though that neither could be signed upon … 😦

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