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Reviewed in India on 3 March 2021
I happened to stumble across this book on Instagram when a friend posted something about it. The premise seemed interesting and as a keen observer of Indian politics, I picked it up

I had low expectations. But boy was in sucked into it, thanks to the gripping plot and the blend of fiction and non fiction. It is in the same genre with Sacred games and more Paatal lol but with a killer investigation and an unguessable motive. The writer offers a very neutral view into politics without being a mouthpiece for any sort of propaganda be it left or right. It ends with a cliffhanger for part 2 and I am interested. I always undervalued Indian authors but this one has changed a lot for me
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is like Sacred Games and Paatal Lok
By Swapnil Tandon on 3 March 2021
I happened to stumble across this book on Instagram when a friend posted something about it. The premise seemed interesting and as a keen observer of Indian politics, I picked it up

I had low expectations. But boy was in sucked into it, thanks to the gripping plot and the blend of fiction and non fiction. It is in the same genre with Sacred games and more Paatal lol but with a killer investigation and an unguessable motive. The writer offers a very neutral view into politics without being a mouthpiece for any sort of propaganda be it left or right. It ends with a cliffhanger for part 2 and I am interested. I always undervalued Indian authors but this one has changed a lot for me
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