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Book Review: Prisoner, Jailor, Prime Minister by Tabrik C

With politics taking centre stage of late due to the elections, life in general seems to be affected. Traffic jams seem to arise when a campaign rally takes place, the radio is filled with corny jingles that I get tired of hearing, even in between cricket, a welcome break from this monotony with the world cup going on, there are ads asking for votes for one party or another. What I expected was a break at least in the world of books, but I guess, with the mood as such, it was the perfect time to launch a thriller based on politics. Continue reading “Book Review: Prisoner, Jailor, Prime Minister by Tabrik C”