The Turbo Gang - Inception
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. Some are big, muscular and possess special abilities. These are short, courageous and also, special. While some heroes can fly and shoot laser beams with their eyes. They can swoosh past you in a blink of an eye.
Meet our new superheroes:
Bankoo - He may not walk but the speed force has blessed him with Turbo.
Mikka - He might hear a bit less but can build every boy’s dream hot wheels.
Tara – She may be a bit difficult to handle, but is no less incredible than Tony Stark.
No, they are not the Avengers. They are the gang of misfits. They are the Turbo Gang.
“A comic book that shows capabilities of people like us is always what the world needs.” - Dwayne Fernandes, Double Amputee, Tower Climber
“Heroes for children we all feel somebody should've created. Funny story with a mix of local taste and characters.” - Varun Agarwal, Bestselling Author, Film Maker, Entrepreneur
“Thanks for giving a new face to young superheroes. High time somebody did it.” - Kevin Missal, Bestselling Author of Kalki Trilogy
“The Turbo Gang: Inception is a fascinating read for children. They will chuckle while reading about characters easily identifying themselves with many of them.” - Ramesh Menon, Award Winning Author and Journalist
“We need more fun books peopled by kids with all kinds of abilities.” – Arundhati Venkatesh, Bestselling Author
What kids say about this book
“The excitement never fades when you are in the land of Turbo Gang!!” - Aryan, 9 year old
“Meet my new friends Mikka, Tara and Bankoo. I am also trying to find my superpowers like them.” - Swati, 8 year old
“It’s a perfect read for kids who wish to enlighten their some or other superpower.” - Myra, 8 year old
“Funny, adventurous and innovative” - Vivaan, 10 year old
“Every class should have Bankoo, Tara and Mikka” - Reyansh, 7 year old.
About the Author
Rushati Ghosh has been secretly writing stories since early childhood days, hiding them under table mats, bed mattresses and in her brother's retired toy boxes. She is also a book hoarder and dreams of owning a Library of her own. Apart from a well-travelled passport, she holds multiple library cards and practices the art of teleportation. And now that she has visited multiple parallel worlds, she needs to tell the world about them.
After her wonderful career graph at McKinsey and Co., she has taken a U-turn to enter that realm of creativity where all her characters have waited for long to be introduced to the world.