At a secret mining facility somewhere in the deserts of Rajasthan, an ancient place of worship, with disturbing carvings on its dome, is discovered buried deep inside the earth. Soon the miners find themselves in the grip of terrifying waking nightmares. One tries to mutilate himself. Worse follows. Five experts are called in to investigate these strange occurrences. Sucked into a nightmare deep underground, they embark on a perilous journey; a journey that will change them forever, bringing them face-to-face with the most shattering truth of them all… The greatest evil lies deep inside.
“Finally, popular fiction in English finds its feet in India! Arnab Ray, alias Greatbong, takes you on delightful journey: thrilling, scary, magical. It’s a journey you cannot easily forget and a book you will find very hard to put down once you have started reading it. It’s such a pleasure to find unpretentious, easy fiction these days by Indian writers in English who make no great claim to scholarship or literary genius. A wonderful read that will most certainly make a fine movie one day! (And talking of scholarship, Ray is a PhD in Computer Science from the State University of New York but he wears his knowledge lightly and, what’s even more fun, has written a novel that might just hit the bestseller list on publication.) That’s what I like about our times. Even good writing looks so easy.”
- Pritish Nandy, poet, journalist, filmmaker
|About Author||Arnab Ray, better known as Greatbong, is one of India’s most widely read bloggers at http://greatbong. net. He has written for several media outlets like the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal (WSJ.com), Times of India, Outlook magazine, DNA and the Tel|