- Paperback: 350 pages
- Publisher: Westland; Latest edition (16 June 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9385152963
- ISBN-13: 978-9385152962
- Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 2.2 x 19.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 155 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,209 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
03:02 Paperback – 16 Jun 2016
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About the Author
After finishing his schooling at Modern School, Barakhamba Road and his under-graduation at Hindu College, Delhi, Mainak Dhar graduated from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. He has spent two decades in the corporate sector starting with Procter & Gamble in India. He spent eighteen years with P&G, fifteen of them outside India across the Asia Pacific region. In 2014, he moved back to India as the CEO of the India operations of a major consumer products multinational. A self-described cubicle dweller by day and writer by night, Mainak is also the author of over a dozen books, some of which have been bestsellers in India and abroad. These books have been translated into Turkish, Vietnamese, Japanese, French, German and Portuguese. He lives in Mumbai with his wife, Puja and their son, Aaditya. When not at work or with his family, he can usually be found working on or thinking about his next book.
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The other thing I liked about this book is that the author didn't breakdown every detail in brief about the places like the apartments and buildings, by that I mean the color and floors of a building or the size. Some others are so intent on rubbing the descriptions of unnecessary things on the readers.
When I was nearly halfway through the book i got up for a break and saw the TV set running and I thought to myself "How the hell is the TV running, it was supposed to be a blackout" after few seconds I came back to reality and laughed to myself. The first and foremost thing I wanted to do after reading this book, was to read and learn about survival skills when faced a crisis.
Overall this would make a very good Bollywood movie and would do well it Hrithik acts in it 😁
God forbid if Mumbai, (or any city for that matter) should ever have face such an event. The author does a good job of keep it real. Brings out realistic problems which would have risen in such an event and takes the main protagonist through the many challenges which makes him stand out as a hero. If you love a fast paced fiction and you love Mumbai, go for it! I am sure you'll have a great read!
03:02 is an interesting take on a thriller, blended with mystery and most importantly, terrorism.
I am at loss of words in praise of Mainak Dhar who wrote this book..Many might have described the war..but when I read this book...it is much more than war.. it is pure patriotism..love...loyalty...courage...unity.
I salute our army, bsf and all the other forces who serve the nation and let us have a good night sleep with all facilities...
Hope they will be served soon by officials in terms of gears and weaponary...
For the post apocalyptic Mumbai, the writer has taken pains to draw out the scenarios in exquisite detail, be it a simple matter as growing vegetables or sanitation.
Written from the view point from one of the posh apartment complexes at Powai, Mumbai it touches an instant chord for Mumbayites who have seen such situations due to natural disasters and terror attacks in the past.
However, the book is about new age warfare where all electronic equipments cease working due to an electronic warfare attack which leaves the whole of the world disconnected and thrown bacrwards to the Hunter gatherer age. The protagonist has to make sense of the situation, create defense teams and lead an attack on the intruding army using his wits and strategy.
The nailbiting finale is in the new T3 terminal of the International Airport.
The Indian cliffhanger writing is coming of age and I'm sure that this could be made into a great movie in the hands of the right director and actors.
Take a bow Mainak.
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