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6 January, 2019 09:15:43 AM
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Mostofa Kamal’s novel ‘The Mother’ to hit Amazon this January

unb, Dhaka
Mostofa Kamal’s novel ‘The Mother’ to hit Amazon this January

The English edition of novel ‘Jononi’ written by Bangladeshi writer Mostofa Kamal is going to hit internet marketplace Amazon this January.

The London-based Olympia Publishers will bring the piece to market.

“This is one of my best novels, I have ever written and I think the book getting published from Olympia Publishers in London is more prestigious than receiving any state awards,” Mostofa Kamal said in his reaction.

“I’m expressing my gratitude to the publishers as well as thanking them for taking the initiatives and I also thank translator Dulal Al Mansur for converting it into English,” the noted Bangladeshi journalist added.

Last year, another book consists of three magnetic narratives – ‘Taliban, Pak Colonel and a Young Lady’, ‘Flaming Eventide’, and ‘The Flatterer”--written by Mostofa Kamal with the title ‘Three Novels’ was also released on Amazon.

The Notion Press published the novel simultaneously from India, Singapore and Malaysia in September last year.

Online bookshop rokomari.com has been distributing the novels in Bangladesh market.

Mostofa Kamal entered the world of writing in 1984. In almost all branches of literature, his free movement is obvious.

So far, he has written a total of 104 books as of now while his most popular novels are Janani, Agnikonya, Agnipurush, Agnimanush, Hello Colonel, Paromitake Shudhu Bachate Cheyechhi and Jinat Sundori o Mantri Kahini.

BK

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