|Title:||Prisoner, Jailor, Prime Minister|
|Authored By:||Tabrik C|
|Publication Year:||2014 January|
|Number of Pages:||323 Pages|
|Book Type:||Fiction Book|
|Book Type:||Non Fiction Book|
Overview of the book:
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.
with nearing election and recent political stunts on Telangana and other Bill, it is the most apt book of the season. the scenario is 80’s to present time frame. the book is about, Siddhartha Tagore, a music maestro, Tibet lover and political mastermind , how he takes the power, from Harvard’s hallowed halls to a political leader, the prime minister .
it just not a book on politics or power, but it’s a thriller, it deals with forbidden lust and dark secrets. it’s a mix of technology and current trends dealing with iPad and Harley Davidson. Though I got lost in-between may be because of the changing time frames, it’s still a page turner. I liked the way how each character unfolds itself after every important incident, it makes the reader gripped to the book.
Know the author : Tabrik C
Tabrik C is a political enthusiast, perfumer and internet entrepreneur. He has a post-graduate degree in History from St. Stephen’s College Delhi, where he was the president of the student’s union. His special interest lies in observing, analyzing, predicting and debating the rise and fall of political personalities and their influence on the destiny of nations and individuals.