Random Subterranean Mosaic 2012 – 2018 by Sabarna Roy is a piece of art and one of its kind.
Once you start reading the book, it will take you on a roller-coaster ride full of stories, poems, opinions, observations, conversations, semi-autobiographical and autobiographical pieces.
It has the ability to add a completely new category in the book industry - RANDOM!
I have never read a book like this before, which is inspired by true events and stories, and delivered into a combination of almost every type of content available in the writing community.
It has a total of 93 chapters featuring stories, poems, letters, quotes, book recommendations, and opinions in a very creative and beautiful way.
In order to read this book and experience the most out of it, you must have an open mindset.
You need to understand and respect the opinions mentioned in the book, as it is based on the author's personal experiences and observations.
Out of this humongous collection, I loved the conversations between Dr. X and Mr. Y the most.
It was something out of the box and full of mysteries, unpredictable twists, and turns.
I also loved everything in the book talking about travel, food, true stories, and letters. It is a kind of book which I would love to be able to write in the future.
Overall, Random Subterranean Mosaic 2012 – 2018 by Sabarna Roy is a MUST READ. So, go ahead and buy this book from Amazon now!
AUTHOR: Sabarna Roy
PUBLISHER: Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd
Roy's Frosted Glass did very well in the market. His Pentacles and Winter Poems did so well that Amazon Audible converted them into Audiobooks by the Australian young jazz singer, Colin Newcomer.
Abyss was on the bestseller list at the Oxford Bookstore at the Kolkata Book Fair in 2014.
Random Subterranean Mosaic: 2012–2018 is a kaleidoscope of random, yet mysteriously structured to a pattern, fiction, semi-autobiographical, and autobiographical pieces, covering poems, short-shorts, opinions, observations, and conversations.
Roy says: “All my life I have struggled to achieve an optimal lucidity in language and expression that is required to demystify the hidden self and selves and agendas.
I hope I have achieved this in a large measure in this fifth book of mine!"
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sabarna Roy is the author of four books: Pentacles, Frosted Glass, Abyss, and Winter Poems.
A civil engineer by profession (he passed out from Jadavpur University in 1988), Roy spends his time on books, music, movies, and international television series, when he is not writing or at work in an engineering-manufacturing organization in Kolkata.
With no love for pets or gardening (although he loves forests and wildlife) or socializing, and a lot of time for introspection and deep (and not-so-deep!) thinking, Roy’s works reflect his views on the global order and individuals striving to find their place in it.