GameWorld Trilogy Books In Order
- The Simoqin Prophecies (2003)
- The Manticore’s Secret (2005)
- The Unwaba Revelations (2007)
Devi Books In Order
- Namaha (2007)
- Samvara (2007)
Turbulence Books In Order
- Turbulence (2012)
- Resistance (2014)
Adventures of Stoob Books In Order
- Testing Times (2014)
- Mismatch Mayhem (2016)
- Terror on the Titanic (2009)
- Chosen Spirits (2020)
- The City Inside (2022)
- The Tall Tales of Vishnu Sharma (2008)
- Local Monsters (2013)
GameWorld Trilogy Book Covers
Devi Book Covers
Turbulence Book Covers
Adventures of Stoob Book Covers
Novels Book Covers
Graphic Novels Book Covers
Samit Basu Books Overview
The Simoqin Prophecies marks the debut of an assured new voice. Written with consummate ease and brimming with wit and allusion, it is at once classic SFF and subtle spoof, featuring scantily clad centauresses, flying carpets, pink trolls, belly dancers and homicidal rabbits. Monty Python meets the Ramayana, Alice in Wonderland meets The Lord of the Rings and Robin Hood meets The Arabian Nights in this novel a breathtaking ride through a world peopled by different races and cultures from mythology and history.
Remember the first time you saw Japanese comics? The excitement. The buzz. The sales! Here comes the next big thing storytelling and comics from India. Devi pronounced Day vee is India’s first super hero. Tara Mehta, an unsuspecting young woman in the futuristic Indian city, Sitapur is the Devi. She has no idea that she is about to become the centerpiece of a divine battle between the Gods of Light and the demon Lord Bala. Devi is a powerhouse of a story about a young woman battling for survival in a landscape of ancient legends, duty and fate. She walks the line between tradition, destiny and free will. Where will she fall? Between the Divine and the Diabolical there is Devi.
The power of the goddess is unrivaled. Forged by the strength of the gods, the force the goddess Devi retains is meant to bring balance among gods and men. But the current Devi Incarnate is different. Her female host, Tara Mehta, is still alive and struggles to comprehend the awesome responsibility she now faces. Humanity is threatened by the fallen Lord Bala and salvation rests in the hands of a goddess-torn in two. Devi wields the power of the gods, but now the virtue that makes the female entity so distinct, yet so vulnerable: compassion. The Divine and Diabolical collide in an epic battle, culminating in a night of reckoning in Devi: Samvara, the exciting sequel to the first trade paperback!
Something’s invading the stories of our childhood, leaving death and oblivion in its wake. Now, a motley crew of animal heroes from ancient Indian fables must unite to survive. But first they must find the boy destined to save them, the chosen guardian of the Panchatantra. Thing is…
he has no idea they even exist! With naughty boy wizards, cuddly anime sociopaths, and a not so frightful King of the Jungle, this ain’t your Mother Goose’s story!