Name : Prisoner Jailor Prime Minister
Author : Tabrik C
Pages : 316
Genre : Political Thriller
Publisher : Hachette India
Source : Author
Cover : 3.5/5
Blurb : 4/5
Story : 3/5
Writing Style : 4/5
Characters : 3.5/5
Dialogues : 3/5
Overall : 3.5/5
Prisoner Jailor Prime Minister is a political thriller written by Mr. Tabrik C. The book is a future vision of Indian politics where mid-term general elections stand tall. India is on an edge of internal revolt against the old-stable constitution and terrorists nuclear attack. Siddhartha Tagore, the maestro-politician, is the new Prime Minister of India. This is an interesting journey of Siddhartha Tagore from Harvard to 7 Race Course Road.
- Solid writing style.
- Well carved story with interesting twists and turns.
- Well researched data with extensive analysis of current political scenario.
- Beautifully structured into 70+ chapters.
- The unexpected twist of Dr. Thornburn.
- Life-like characters.
- The story loses pace towards the ending.
- The dissolution of government at such short intervals stresses the validity of the story.
‘A fast paced political thriller which will keep you excited. Well researched, beautifully structured and amazingly written. An astounding launch in the Indian market.’
So here’s a political thriller which easily distinguishes itself from all other books because of its theme and genre. The book is fast paced and will keep you interested the whole time. The personality and character of Siddhartha Tagore, the propagator of this book, is so vivid that you can actually connect with him. I really enjoyed the reading session.
The book itself is complete in all regards. The thrill, the pace, the twists and all. But the story gets a little predictable towards the middle. Now that doesn’t ruin the story or the theme, but the pace is somewhat reduced when a reader is expecting the expected.
The other characters of this book fall short to the character of our maestro politician, maybe because the story involves him as the lead character. I personally felt that the character of Rukmani Devi and Thor were a little underpaid.
The twist of Dr. Thornburn(Thor) hits the reader with a bang. It is nicely placed and well woven. The condition between India and China is one highlight of the book. Some of things are beautifully crafted in between the chapters which every Indian can easily connect to. Siddhartha Tagore is a Maestro-Politician and Mr. Tabrik is our Political-Maestro!
So my final word is that the books delivers what it boasts. Go for it if you are looking for one fine read. And if you’re into politics, grab your copy now!
Reach the author, Mr. Takrik C here.