Thirty Summer Poems and Conversations about a Murder
Intense, morbid, stark, realistic, thought-provoking and unputdownable are the words that come to mind when you read Sabarna Roy’s latest book: ‘Thirty Summer Poems and Conversations about a Murder’.
The poems wind around the psychology and thought process that most human beings experience, at some point in their life as they trudge along its path.
A book for the mature reader, it makes for a serious read and may not be enjoyed by someone who is looking for some light-hearted fun read to relax with! However, it does not cater to any specific age group.
The prose is precise, exciting and has all the elements a detective story should have, despite its short length. – Shayoni Mitra, Editor
A technocrat by profession, Roy’s keen observation and detailed sketches of the human mind shine through his literature, proving him to be a literary scientist of sorts who follows no conventions when it comes to soulful writing. – Business Standard.