New publisher. New suitably lurid cover (by the amazing Deepak Sharma). More to follow.
Thanks to her dance background, years of tennis practice, heroic nature and general badassness, Tishani Doshi is like a ninja with a mosquito zapper device. She slew at least twenty with a few quick swings, while I stared in awe.
Times of India/Mumbai Mirror DNA Bleeding Cool Mid-Day
Like Chunky Pandey and Germaine Greer, Turbulence is still kicking its way around. Here are some more very kind reviews: “Turbulence took me completely by surprise. Samit Basu doesn’t need a brand new idea to tell a gripping story. It’s clever, full of jokes, brutal action, personal loss, and hearty characters. To say the least, there’s … Continue reading
Out now in India. Book page here.
(Previous Turbulence in the US posts here, here, here, here, here, here and here.) Will this be the last round of Turbulence reviews? I don’t know. Will there be a Pirates of The Caribbean 17? Yes. First up, Turbulence is covered in a very entertaining comics webcast on Investcomics. It’s on from minute 31 or so but do watch the whole … Continue reading
So here we are again, with what is probably the last review/interview collection post about Turbulence for now. It’s been a delightful couple of months, and thank you for bearing with this power-blast of posts. To start off this collection of superkind reviews off with a bang, “What is the best superhero novel of all … Continue reading
Delighted to report that we’re selling rights for five books – Simoqin, Manticore, Unwaba, Turbulence and Resistance – to Audible to make audiobooks. Thanks to John Berlyne at the Zeno Agency, London.
A month in, and I have to say I’m incredibly grateful to the American readers and critics of Turbulence: the reaction in the US has been beyond anything I’d hoped for. Five more really kind reviews and an interview in this post: ‘A strong contender for novel of the year, Samit Basu’s Turbulence races along … Continue reading