Though, the author for obvious reasons did not pass too much information about the content of the book, but did mention that "the novel is basically a melodramatic family saga." Prajwal further talked about the challenges that he faced while writing the novel.
For those who loved reading 'The Gurkha's Daughter,' this novel could be one step better. The author stated that he enjoyed writing this novel, even more than 'The Gurkha's Daughter.'
The night was yet not over, until the book lovers who purchased the novel priced at Rs 499 got the author to personally autograph the novel and also take some pictures. One such avid reader, who also happened to be Prajwal's schoolmate, Tshering Norgyl said that from his schooldays, Prajwal was an intelligent student. About the novel, which he was carrying in his hand, he said, "It is totally different. His first one was a collection of short stories. This novel must be something new for him as well."
It would not be fair to compare the novel with Prajwal's collection of short stories. Nagaraj Krishnan, General Manager, Sales and Product from Penguin India said, "The Gurkha's Daughter was a tremendous success. To be honest, we were surprised. Prajwal set a new benchmark for debut authors." The publisher for 'Land Where I Flee' is Quercus, UK and they collaborate with Penguin in India.
Nagaraj has high hopes from the novel, though he understands that both his books are different from one another. He added, "we have similar expectations as that of his first book. We in fact, expect it to sell much more than The Gurkha's Daughter." Early feedback about the novel has been positive so far, informed Nagaraj.