Been There Before
Arjun Rathore is a person who has lost his long term memory. But he is now blessed with a unique ability. He accurately predicts specific happenings in the life of yet another individual, Avtar Singh. The duo, who meet in the turbulent times of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in Delhi, is unable to understand why such a thing is happening.
However, they develop a brotherly bond and use the ‘gift’ to their advantage. They fight adverse circumstances and begin to climb up the social ladder quickly, thanks to the ability of Arjun to accurately sense the next eventuality for Avtar Singh and his family. If the anti-Sikh riots of 1984 outline the beginning of the story – marking the characters with the turmoil and bigotry of those times, the horrifying Covid-19 pandemic of 2020 outlines the end of the story, which is where it all comes to a crescendo. As the story progresses, we are introduced to Randhir Singh, the son of Avtar Singh, who has been inducted to be a member of a specific mission of the Indian Space Research Organisation. His research and his mission promise to catapult India’s space programme to unimaginable heights. However, his mission faces one obstacle; Arjun’s sixth sense.
When Randhir Singh approaches two renowned neurologists to understand the nature of Arjun’s condition, the doctors face a daunting task. Should Randhir stick to the mission that was based on decades of research by leading scientists? Or should he pay heed to the ever-accurate sixth sense feelings of a single individual?
About the Author: Dr R Santosh was born in Pune, which is where he went to school — at the St Vincent’s High School, Pune. He did his MBBS at the BJ Medical College in Pune, followed by an MD in Internal Medicine at the prestigious JIPMER, Pondicherry. He did his DM (fellowship) in the subject of endocrinology at the premium institute of PGI Chandigarh. He started his career at Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad. After three years, he turned to entrepreneurship; he is one of the founder directors of the Magna Centres for Obesity, Diabetes and Endocrinology and is the chief endocrinologist at the Filmnagar Hyderabad unit. As a medical professional, he has 45 publications, including four textbook chapters. He has spoken at more than 800 scientific forums, which include international, national and regional diabetes and endocrine conferences. He has been invited as a faculty member to six international conferences till date. Dr R Santosh has won the Abdul Kalam Award for excelling in the field of endocrinology. He has hitherto written four books, three of which have been commercial successes. The third book, The Subconscious was a self-published book that debuted at the number one position in the ‘Amazon Best Sellers’ list. The following are his four books:
1. The Fifth Dimension: It was self-published in 2014. It was withdrawn from the market to be reworked. The story is currently under consideration for adaptation to the OTT platform as a web series, which will have two seasons and 16 episodes.
2. The Science Redemption: It was published by Leadstart Corp in 2015.
3. The Subconscious: The book was self-published in 2017. It is being considered for adaptation into a web series on an OTT platform, with two seasons and 16 episodes.
4. The Creation Conundrum: It was self-published in 2020, and is also being considered for an OTT platform as an original movie.
Dr R Santosh is a cult follower of Pink Floyd and has a keen interest in cricket and football.
- Paperback: 312 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2022)
Author: R Santosh
- ISBN-13: 9781636404813
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 Inches
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