Prisoner Jailor Prime Minister : Book Review


About the book  from BlogAdda

India has a new Prime Minister but is Siddhartha Tagore the product of his genius or of his dangerous mind? India is on edge, as a subversive internal revolt against the Constitution and the threat of Jehadi terror of an unthinkable level, are looming on the horizon. Ringing Shivas damaru in and out of Parliament, a sudden turn of karma catapults outsider Siddhartha Tagore – a conflicted genius, music maestro and prodigal son, with forceful views on China and Pakistan into national prominence as the head of the Opposition Alliance and finally as the newly elected Prime Minister of a disturbed nation. But buried secrets are being resurrected and threaten to expose the past. Twisted within the double helix of menacing politics and hidden lust, Prisoner, Jailor, Prime Minister is a scorching account of Siddhartha Tagores fascinating journey from Harvard to 7 Race Course ad.
My verdict
1. Interesting story line with undertones of love, lust and loss
2. The plot could have been little polished
3. Book does grip you in certain intervals
4. Interesting way of comparing two different timelines
5. Characters could be even better. I felt little disconnected in between and hence I had to re-read few      pages again.
6. Loved the way the story punctuates eliteness of the characters
7. Influencing descriptives and narratives.
8. Eye-catchy title and Cover page however, the picture at the rear of the book reminded me of Kota Nileema’s Shoes of the Dead.
9. Loved the way the music has a significant influence in the protagonist.

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