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The Edge of Desire by Tuhin A. Sinha
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Sep 25, 2012

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The biggest USP of this book is that it is a fast-paced story - keep you at the edge of your seat. However, it can get too cliched at times. There are some inexplicable twists especially Shruti's ascendancy in politics, and Sharad Malviya's affinity towards her. The strong, iron-willed character that the author tries to make you believe Shruti is, is hardly ever corroborated with a strong bias for action in the front stage. The fact that the author shows her as a confused and indecisive individual on more occasions just adds to the disillusionment.

However, all said and done it has all the ingredients of a Bollywood potboiler. Don't be surprised if it's "scripted" into a motion picture pretty soon. Here's wishing Tuhin all the very best!
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