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

. .

Title: Prisoner, Jailor, Prime Minister
Author: Tabrik C.
Publisher: Hachette India
Pages: 323 Paperback
Release : Jan 2014
Genre: Political Thriller
Buy the book: Flipkart

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 Tagore's fascinating journey from Harvard to 7 Race Course Road.

"Vote" for change has become the new motto of India with 2014 Lok Sabha elections going on, day starts with political discussions and goes on as such be it in office or in a restaurant. And the major question is looming "Who is going to be the next Prime Minister of India?", at India's make or break situation the release of this book is very legit and being a political enthusiast myself  this book seems like a precise read this season. 

Cover :  It looks quite engaging, a silhouette of mysterious man walking on a road that seems like never ending. Is that man good or evil, what are his intentions? Is he what he appears to be, what are his secrets? So many questions bombard the mind  and this is how I felt during the course of this book so Good job on the cover.

Storyline and Characters : I would like to start with one main statement, This is one daring book, hats off to the author Tabrik C. Siddhartha Tagore, the protagonist is new Prime Minister of India during the year 2017, he is a musical mestro, a classical lover (OH! He loves classical music, don't let your mind dwell 'there'), a prodigy genius bold person with many inner demons. We all have inner demons but Siddhartha's demons are far more conflicting, as Conflicting as India's situation when he is the PM.
Dragons when threatened don't care. They spit fire. ~ PG. 172
Siddhartha is an aristocrat from Calcutta by lineage and a believer of good education. He is a Harvard graduate and an unusual person who plays symphonies in his mind. No wonder he was known as the "The Mopzart man", a quality that instantly made me like him, he is the combination of Tansen and Mozart, can anything be any better?
But that is not all, now when he is the PM, he got the chance the make that change he wanted to bring, with strong believes and Bold personality, he is dealing strikingly well with the raising issues of China and Pakistan that needs to be dealt with. But as always when someone in power starts to outshine everyone, others tends to bring them down, and in politics, no surprises there. As Siddhartha has a twisted past, it got a lot more murky. The side characters of the book Rubaya Jaykar Tagore, Karisma Jaykar, Kabir Jaykar, Gordon Thorburn, Gregory Templar, Rukmani Devi and many others kept the story on roll throughout.

Writing : Is this really from a debut author, He has raised some serious bars for other authors. From the very beginning the writing is mesmerizing, yes like a music, like orchestra with striking right chords. It shows the author not only has command over the language and the scenario he created but also he had done his homework really well before penning down the story. Best part was 'reading between lines', yes it happened many times. The chapters are written almost alternatively between present and his past days of Harvard University, though it never broke the continuity as the chapters were well connected.

Verdict : It was a musicale of an amazing story in my head, it was dark, it was enchanting, it was captivating and fluent. A Fascinating Musical political thriller that I really enjoyed.

Rating:
4.25 coffee cups with the background score

Footnote: Siddhartha loves Symphony 40 by Mozart and I love it too so here is a lil' treat on his behalf :


This review is a part of the biggest Book Review Program for Indian Bloggers

Happy Reading
Keep Rocking

~ COFFEE @ BOOK WORLD~

✿ About Me ✿

My Photo

I like to keep things Sweet & Tangy sometimes bitter & strong, I write when words rhymes with my emotions. I firmly believe that the pen is mightier than the sword and can make a change in the society ergo my words always aim for that.

An engineer who is occasionally published in Newspapers (INT) and anthologies, curious soul that is eternally filling the bucket of knowledge. Bibliophile who loves reading all the time. An ordinary girl that loves science and art, blogging, different languages, fancy cooking, travelling and flying (hopefully someday with real wings). Believes in humanity & spreading smiles.

“I am master of my spoken words and slave to those which remain unspoken.” 
― Ankita Singhal

Your Travel Guide

I also scribble on:

Make a change
My other blog where I pen down short stories, Poems, articles and Random stuff...

Total Pageviews

Rating System◕‿◕

5 coffee cups- Loved it absolutely.
4 coffee cups- Liked it a lot.
3 coffee cups- Liked it.
2 coffee cups- Okay
(plus, minus).5- You are smart enough to deduce yourself :).
* STARBUCKS coffee cup- In love with it. Abso-freaking-lutely.
DISCLAIMER- If you don't like coffee, change it with your fav. drink.

Blog Archive

Wonderful Followers

Google+ Followers

Linky Friends

Your precious words

❤ ☞

2013 Reading Challenge

2013 Reading Challenge
Ankita has read 7 books toward her goal of 75 books.
hide

2012 Reading Challenge

2012 Reading Challenge
Ankita has completed her goal of reading 150 books in 2012!
hide

Twitter

Registered at ©

MyFreeCopyright.com Registered & Protected
Protected by Copyscape Duplicate Content Protection Tool

Popular Posts

About us

Popular Posts