“A story that breaks the barriers of space and time” They all had the same question for Mukul: ‘Why didn’t you recognize us? and why did you look so dark?’ Mukul was perplexed. The day had started as any other Sunday morning would, with him going out to meet his aunt, his friends and his mentor Noni Kaku of the Telescope. But when everyone, including his own parents, insisted that he was lying about his whereabouts, Mukul had to look around for the imposter. And he found Lukum, who had travelled light years to meet his intergalactic ‘twin’. Little did Mukul know that he had set out on the longest Sunday of his life. How would this all end? and where? Written by Nabendu Ghosh, path-breaking novelist, screenwriter and film director, this racy story about a parallel universe has been translated by his grandson Devottam Sengupta. Fusing human curiosity about space with a futuristic vision, it delivers it all with a suspenseful, gobsmacking punch.