Sabarna Roy’s seventh literary work “Fractured Mosaic” to hit the market next month

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Kolkata, Jan 03 : Much awarded and critically acclaimed bestselling author Sabarna Roy’s seventh literary work “Fractured Mosaic” will hit the market next month.

The launch will be curated by famous arts and events curator Oindrilla Dutt. “Fractured Mosaic” is published by Leadstart of Mumbai.

Sabarna Roy is a much-awarded, critically acclaimed bestselling author of six literary books: Pentacles; Frosted Glass; Abyss; Winter Poems; Random Subterranean Mosaic: 2012 – 2018, and Etchings of the First Quarter of 2020.

He is the lead author of a technical book, which has been published from the European Union and has been translated into eight major European languages.

He has been awarded the Literoma Laureate Award in 2019, Literoma Star Achiever Award 2020, Random Subterranean Mosaic: 2012 – 2018 won the best book of the year 2019, the A-List Award for excellence in fiction by the NewsX Media House, Certificate for The Real Super Heroes for spreading a spirit of positivity and hope during the COVID-19 Pandemic from Forever Star India Award 2020, the Certificate for Participation in the Indo Russian Friendship Celebration 2020, and the Literoma Golden Star Award 2020: Lifetime Achievement.

Fractured Mosaic is, in essence, a sequel to Sabarna Roy’s fifth literary work, titled: Random Subterranean Mosaic: 2012 – 2018. It is yet another kaleidoscope from Sabarna Roy’s arsenal that will take the readers to a mesmerizing whirlpool.

Most of the works published in this book have been earlier published in reputed media houses as musings of an author; in this book, they have been brought together for the benefit of all the readers.

After the smashing hit of his earlier six masterpieces since 2010, Sabarna has been constantly writing in the format of a journal to imitate how the mind works in real life.

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