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BENAAMI By Anish Sarkar

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Adly conspiracy hatched by a megalomaniac with his own connection to the Benaami As the parallel plots separated by a century and a half but with stunning similarities hurtle to their climax Arjun and Sheila race against time and destiny But will they be able to prevent disast. A blisteringly fast paced thriller with two parallel stories separated by 150 years A bit of history thrown in with the sepoy mutiny of 1857 with a whiff of re incarnation and the scientifically implausible but still it is unputdownable Well researched Those Good Gertrudes fast paced thriller with two parallel stories separated by 150 years A bit of history thrown in with the sepoy mutiny of 1857 with a whiff of re incarnation and the scientifically implausible but still it is unputdownable Well researched

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BENAAMI is a thriller spanning two erasSynopsis In the mid nineteenth century a secret society known only as the Benaami is set up to fight the British East India Company which has colonised the country The Benaami spreads its presence across India and in 1857 incites the nati. One of worst thrillers I have ever read The plot is too convoluted with inability to hook the reader The writer has tried to be clever by half by trying to mix lot of devices The research is shoddy too Avoid it if you can Deep Souths fight the British East India Company which has colonised the country The Benaami spreads its presence across India and in 1857 incites the nati. One of worst thrillers I have ever read The plot is too convoluted with inability to hook the reader The writer has tried to be clever by half by trying to mix lot of devices The research is shoddy too Avoid it if you can

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Ve sepoys of the British army to mutiny Arjun Chatterjee a software engineer has strange recurring dreams Together with Sheila Guha the beautiful professor of history researching the Benaami he sets out to unravel the clues to his past In the process they get embroiled in a de. I can barely put into words how disappointed I was in this bookLet's get this straight I love mysteries especially when interwoven with actual historic events And when you toss in bollywood elements I was sure i'd be a huge fan of this book Sadly I didn't anticipate how weakly constructed the twist in this book was I recognized the nature of the mystery at its first appearance and was actually confused as to how the seemingly intelligent and well informed characters didn't recognize it And with the history part of it it was really written for Bollywood leaning on incredibly unlikely chance encounters and coincidences to drive the story that actually limped along slowly without adding to the tension of the story If a movie was made of this I would probably watch it But I'm just a sucker for punishment Sociology of Higher Education fan of this book Sadly I didn't anticipate how weakly constructed the twist in this book was I recognized the nature of the mystery at its Georg Buchner first appearance and was actually confused as to how the seemingly intelligent and well informed characters didn't recognize it And with the history part of it it was really written Gekka Mugentan, Vol. 4 for Bollywood leaning on incredibly unlikely chance encounters and coincidences to drive the story that actually limped along slowly without adding to the tension of the story If a movie was made of this I would probably watch it But I'm just a sucker How to Fly with Broken Wings for punishment


5 thoughts on “BENAAMI By Anish Sarkar

  1. says:

    One of worst thrillers I have ever read The plot is too convoluted with inability to hook the reader The writer has tried to be clever by half by trying to mix lot of devices The research is shoddy too Avoid it if you can


  2. says:

    I can barely put into words how disappointed I was in this bookLet's get this straight I love mysteries especially when interwoven with actual historic events And when you toss in bollywood elements I was sure i'd be a huge fan of this book Sadly I didn't anticipate how weakly constructed the twist in this book was I recognized the nature of the mystery at its first appearance and was actually confused as to how the seemingly intelligent and well informed characters didn't recognize it And with the history part of it it was really written for Bollywood leaning on incredibly unlikely chance encounters and coincidences to drive the story that actually limped along slowly without adding to the tension of the story If a movie was made of this I would probably watch it But I'm just a sucker for punishment


  3. says:

    A blisteringly fast paced thriller with two parallel stories separated by 150 years A bit of history thrown in with the sepoy mutiny of 1857 with a whiff of re incarnation and the scientifically implausible but still it is unputdownable Well researched


  4. says:

    oknothing special


  5. says:

    Was okaynothing to say