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What happens when the evil lurking within men is brought out for the world to see?
Is the Devil just a façade created to cover the will of God?
These are some of the questions that Arnab Ray throws up through his novel, The Mine. The story falls under the genre of horror fiction and is tailored for those with a penchant for the eerie.
Through The Mine, Arnab Ray describes the terrifying experiences of a group of miners who are employed at an ancient site of worship. They starts experiencing nightmares when darkness falls, and during the day, the carvings on the underground dome drive them insane, albeit slowly. An investigation is launched with a group of experts when things get out of hand, and what they discover next sets the tone for a spine chilling journey, one that they need to get out of - alive.
The Mine was positively received by critics upon its release and Pritish Nandy was present during its launch.
About the Author
Arnab Ray, popularly known as Greatbong in the virtual sphere, is one of the well known bloggers in India. He takes sarcastic digs at Indian Politics, society and the Indian film Industry in his blog Random Thoughts of a Demented Mind.
May I Hebb Your Attention Pliss was his maiden book, and it was launched in 2010. Ray has also written for other media agencies like Outlook Magazine, Live Mint and Washington Post.
In a noticeable shift from his generally humorous style of writing, Ray has incorporated an element of mystery and intrigue while writing The Mine. His tone is pacy through the course of this book.
A Computer Science Engineer from Jadavpur University, Arnab also finished his PhD from the State University of New York (Stony Brook) in Computer Science. He works as a research scientist.
|Number of Pages||290 Pages|
The book is brilliant because it does away with conventional ideas of familial ties and dares to explore the darker side of individuals to almost shocking extents. The Mine is a mind-game through and through and is definitely not for the weak-hearted. The book's unflagging pace allows one to finish it in one sitting and at the end of it all, you will be left with a shiver running down your spine. Do not expect to run into spirits or ghosts in this horror-thriller though because here all the phantoms are from the past of the characters who dwell only in their hallucinatory nightmares. The au... (Expand)
I have been wondering for a long time why in India, people do not write horror. Either horror is women with open hair, clad in white saree, carrying a candle or its full of weird creatures like owls and cats and funny-looking spirits. While, these can be categorized as horror, they dont really send a chill through your body. They rather tingle the funny bone.
When I started reading The Mine, I expected all this and more because the author is Indian. But I was pleasantly surprised. And I am glad that the Stephen-king-like psycho-thriller has finally arrived in India. And how! The Mine star... (Expand)
Please take this as my opinion and not review of Arnab Ray???s The Mine. Yours truly has read some books in his life. Though, he was an avid blogger, he isn???t so now. Therefore, you can safely consider him out of the league. Had I being so at the moment, I would have definitely written a page-and-half of what I thought of the Great Bong???s latest book.
Before I do that, a small note that may serve as a disclaimer.
I had been following the Great Bong blog since 2005-06. Though his writing wasn???t as refined as it is now, whatever he wrote was thoroughly enjo... (Expand)
It's a nice book which keeps you hooked on to every passing pages.I usually take some time to finish any book ,this was for the first time i wanted to finish on the same day even though i had to take a leave from office. i Enjoyed the End ... 3 cheers to the author... I feel the title is very much appropriate to the mentioned characters
Arnab aka Greatbong takes incredible delight in breaking his shackles, at being labelled as humor writer.A taut package providing the right amount of thrills and suspense, would be a perfect companion for those rainy evenings, curled up in bed, sipping coffee.
Coming from someone who wrote 'May I Hebb your Attention Please', I am truly reminded of Robert Blake's verse.
"Did he who made the lamb make thee?"
Note to would-be readers: I saw a two line Flipkart review which gives off the ending. If the first couple of reviews don't convince you, you're better off just spending the 83 bucks and trying it out for yourself :-)
As other reviewers have echoed, this book is not for the squeamish - there, no... (View complete review)
who says that indians can't write horror?
arnab has written a top-notch book in the mine.
all the characters are mysterious; everyone seems alright from the outside, but the more they seem ok, the more twisted they are from the inside.
a good read overall.. (View complete review)
Thanks to flipkart for making the delivery well before the stipulated date.
As for the book and the story it's simply superb.A book to finish at one go. (View complete review)
a good read.nicely depicted characters.really takes you to the hell below the hell.the mine is gripping story till the last page. (View complete review)