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Key Features The first zombie novel set in India, so a new genre in India. Provides a unique view of the war on terror. Written in a style that is accessible and gripping. About the Book: ZombiestanIt began with undead Taliban in Afghan villages-and faster thananyone could have anticipated, the darkness spread through theworld.In a world laid waste by this new terror, five unlikelycompanions come together in a devastated New Delhi-a seventeen-yearold boy dealing with the loss of his family, a US Navy SEAL tryingto get back home, a middle-aged history professor, a young girl andher three-year-old brother.When they discover that the child may hold the key to ending thepestilence that threatens to destroy their world, they begin anepic journey to a rumoured safe zone high in the Himalayas. Thejourney will pit them against terrible adversaries, both human andundead.Will they survive Or will they too, like many before them,become undead citizens of Zombiestan About the Author: Mainak DharMainak Dhar is a cubicle dweller by day and author by night withthirteen books to his credit. Several of his books, as eBooks, havebeen bestsellers on Amazon. Learn more about him and his writing ReviewsDhar puts a completely new and unique spin on the typical zombienovel ... Zombiestan is truly a thrill-ride of a read. Dont letthe zombies frighten you way from a truly impressive read.-Jenns Bookshelvesa new and interesting twist to the classic zombie story ...Zombiestan is very engaging, and incredibly easy to get caught upin.-Devourer of BooksA fresh new spin and a novel that I feel can easily appeal tohardcore zombie fans and those new to undead literature ...-The Guilded EarlobeSPECIFICATIONS OF OOPS THE MIGHTY GURGLE (PAPERBACK) Title:Oops The Mighty Gurgle Author:Ram G Vallath ISBN-10:9381626928 ISBN-13:9789381626924 Language:English Binding:Paperback Publisher:Duckbill Publishing Year:27-11-12 Number of Pages:230
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Language English
Publication Date October 25, 2012
Publisher Duckbill
Contributor(s) Mainak Dhar
Binding Paperback
Page Count 256
ISBN 10 9381626928
ISBN 13 9789381626924
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  1.  Worth reading! 26 January, 2013 On
    The whole story has a lot of raw potential. Mainak Dhar is a natural story-teller, he has a lot of imagination and he creates this truly horrifying world of jihadist Zombies who want the entire world to join their cause and to destroy all vestiges of humanity. With that sort of background, he's given us hope with five characters who form an unprecedented group to survive the crisis. The story describes their journey to outrun these zombies and find any place in the world which is impervious to the Zombies. The whole on-the-run feel as well as the unexpected attacks and the constant fear of persecution builds up a lot of suspense.
    As you near the end, there are some moments of incoherence, when you feel that the scenes are being a bit rushed just so that they can reach their peak. In some parts of the story, you might not be able to understand exactly what is happening, why the characters make certain decisions in the end- which might be a little off-putting.
    On the whole, this book is groundbreaking in terms of the genre especially because Indian writers have never successfully described such a story before.
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  2.  An Engrossing Tale 11 February, 2013 On
    Mainak Dhar’s Zombeistan is a gripping tale weaved around an imaginary plague that threats the mankind. The narrative is so descriptive that we can envision the scenes. The story is a surprise and shakes the readers.

    Mayukh’s evolution from a careless young boy to a responsible man is beautifully captured. His reluctance to take up responsibilities and finally, standing against all the odds to protect the people who has trust in him is portrayed in a very nice manner.

    David comes across a brave man. He is a US Commando in run to reach out to his love, Rose. He is instintice and impulsive at the same time. He comes across as a natural leader with a human touch.

    Hina Rahman stays in our heart and stands out among all. She is an old woman with two facets; one of a college professor and the other as a romantic books writer. Her hunger to have her family around is well elaborated. She emerges heroic when she goes out of ways to protect the people who means to her. She makes us realize that anything can be done if we have the will to do it.

    Swati as a confident young girl with the sole mission of protecting her baby brother. She is sweet and caring. She sees the messed up World and says that if the World doesn;r change, she has to be the change. Her determination and confidence is infectious.

    On the other hand, Abhi as an innocent toddler steals our heart. He asks innocent questions. While some evokes laughter some makes us think. He reassures that World can be a better place to live, if it is surrounded with love and selflessness. He also makes us understand that adjusting to the situations is more crucial than anything else.

    Swami Vinesh is selfish and crooked. He is man who cries for money and power. He represents those people who are greedy and are ready to sacrifice others for their own good.

    What makes the book special is the plot per se. It is well thought out and completely new. It makes the readers pray that such atrocities should never evade the World. It makes the readers shudder at the thought of mother Earth transforming into a hell filled with immortal creatures.

    It makes us sit back and think about so many things around that we take for granted. We always complain and feel bad about everything around us. We never try to be the change; neither do we learn to adapt to the situations. We run from responsibilities until it is thrust on us. We err and we learn. This book deals with all this through a simple story. The author scores high by making us think; by making us feel grateful for what we are and where we are.

    The book would not disappoint us, though the climax could have been made a little more detailed. I felt as if it was completed in haste; as if the author was forced to complete it. Still, it is engrossing and enthralling at the same time.

    The book is around 250 pages and it is an assured page turner. Go for the book and you will realize that I suggested the right book!
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  3.  Visually Thrilling Thriller 21 January, 2013 On
    Mainak takes the reader through a story, which is quite conventional and to an extent movie inspired, like a master storyteller pausing at the right turns, twisting at the right bends, educating and intriguing in the right measures as we tug along the tale of the undead. Though the part where everyone the team meets has their hopes pinned on the three-year-old boy to be their rescuer and they keep getting help from unexpected quarters because of the boy reminds us of Harry Potter especially with people wanting to see the bite mark, overall it is a read that is what can be called a Thrilling Thriller – with the narration bang on, the surprises at the right places and the desperation in the right quality – it is racy, entertaining and exciting. Zombiestan should make for a gripping weekend read.
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  4.  Killing the undead and reviving the alive! 6 February, 2013 On
    The author has done a wonderful job of presenting in fiction some harsh truths of the present reality, telling us where the world is leading to in the name of terrorism and brotherhood. This book captures a vast audience with variable age groups because of the clever use of diverse main characters.

    Very thrilling! The whole idea of people turning into zombies by a bite, wearing a black turban and screaming 'Jihad' is fascinating and fresh! The book is gripping right from the first few pages till the end. A good read. Outrageous, but interesting!
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  5.  An entertaining read 26 January, 2013 On
    Story of five individuals from different walks of life caught in a place that's full of Zombies or Undead people. It all started in a far flung afghan village and soon spread to the rest of the world. While the world grapples with the trauma, these five people are trying to stay afloat by moving from one place to another in search of safety. Will they succeed against these zombies is the rest of the story.
    An absolutely fast paced and entertaining read.
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