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The Bankster by Ravi Subramanian
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I can't think of writing much about this book at the very moment, I just finished reading this one.
To be straight to the point no doubt this book has been very well written. When I say very well written doesn't necessarily mean that there are no flaws in this book. What irked me was the length of this book. I mean book like this could have been made much more concise rather than making it 358 pages one. I think minus the 58 pages and story related throughout the "Devikullam" episode should have shredded out a bit.
But never the less no complains, as I found it quite uninteresting & I just skipped those parts while reading, because it was acting like a drag on my reading speed. I had visioned to complete this book in matter of 3 days which I comfortably did it, but with compromises on my health. P.s. I'm not an avid reader or any sorts so this continuous reading did take a toll on me, like eyes hurting, head bursting in pains to name few, nevertheless here I'm writing a review not to complain about his work, just wanted to give my honest review on his book, as I read his earlier work ( if god was a banker ) which I really enjoyed reading.
Anyways that's all from me about this book, hope my review would be meaningful to all the readers. Criticisms regarding my review are most welcome.

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Reading Progress

January 18, 2013 – Shelved
January 29, 2013 – Started Reading
January 31, 2013 –
0.0% "looking forward to read this tonight as i recieved from online shopping finally"
February 3, 2013 –
page 187
February 3, 2013 – Finished Reading
March 4, 2013 – Shelved as: favorites

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