Author Dr. Rita Chowdhury marks a significant milestone in the literary world with the grand launch of her latest masterpiece, ‘Neverland Zero Hour’. The book was unveiled in Kolkata on 17th December in the esteemed presence of Bangladesh’s Khaled Mahjabeen, an influential leader of Bangladesh & daughter of Maj General Khaled Musharrof, as the chief guest.
Initially inaugurated by the governor of West Bengal and Lt General Kalita at the iconic Victoria Memorial on the auspicious occasion of Vijay Divas, the book launch event, held at Kenilworth Hotel, was a celebration of literature, culture, and the power of storytelling. Dignitaries, esteemed guests, and avid readers gathered to commemorate the release of this literary gem and to honor Dr. Rita Chowdhury’s contribution to the world of literature.
Renowned for her compelling storytelling, Rita Chowdhury’s latest creation, ‘Neverland Zero Hour,’ immerses readers in a vivid narrative echoing themes of life, and humanity. As the inaugural installment of a three-part series, the novel intricately navigates the Bangladesh Liberation War, threading through historical landmarks in Dhaka, Karachi, Delhi, Haflong, Dandakaranya, and Malkangiri. It intricately weaves Pakistan’s obstacles against Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and India’s pivotal role while portraying the stark reality of East Bengal in 1971 and its poignant struggle for freedom.
“Neverland Zero Hour” promises to be a compelling addition to Dr. Rita Chowdhury’s impressive literary repertoire, captivating readers with its poignant storytelling and thought-provoking themes. The novel is now available for readers worldwide, inviting them to embark on an unforgettable literary journey.
On the occasion of this book launch event, the President of BYATIKRAM MASDO, Dr. Saumen Bharatiya said, ‘We are the witness of a historical moment. I hope, this masterpiece novel “Neverland Zero Hour” Written by Dr. Rita Chowdhury will tighten the relation between India and Bangladesh and will creat a strong bridge among the readers of Assam and Bangladesh.’