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   Writers: Nick Koshy (1984 - , India)  
 
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Born in Kuwait, Nithin Dominic Koshy used to be preoccupied with a world Atlas, which would one day become his inspiration. Listening to his mother's stories was his favorite pastime. The invasion of 1990 forced him to stay in India, his native country. His early schooling was in New Delhi. All through Nithin's life, watching Hollywood films and English television serials with his family was a great influence on his fondness for America. They changed base to Kerala in 1996.

During his stay there, Nithin's father passed away, and at that point, the thought of being a writer was cemented. His first encounter with a science-fiction book was Michael Crichton's 'Congo', and since then, he became a fan of 'Jurassic Park' and 'The Lost World'. Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' has been so far the greatest influence on him.


Nithin Communication graduate, and wishes to pursue his higher studies in the same field in Christ College, Bangalore, India. He would like to make documentary films on human interest issues.

Biography provided by the author, June 2007.




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  2007.  Atlas Reborn   (Amazon - Alibris)
 
 
 
  Influences & favorites  
 
 

  • Batman & Robin
  • Congo
  • Dracula
  • Invisible Man, The
  • Jurassic Park
  • Last Stand, The
  • Lost World, The
  • Time Machine, The
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      Internet links  
     
     
  • Official website
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache) 
     
  • Nick's Blog
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)
     
     
     

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