|Basics of the book|
|Story Line||A business family set up in Mumbai|
|No. of Characters||6 Leads|
|Tone of writing||Direct and Narrative|
|My take on the book|
|Do I recommend||Nope|
|Reasons being||>Language as I said is expressive but looses the strength around the corners. >Somehow it fails to touch the chord.
>There is no proper trimming of the story at the end.
>Though the story in between arouses a curiosity that something major is going to happen in the end it flops down completely that ways.
>I think in the course of making it very down-to-earth and close-to-normal life novel the author has used certain form of language and strings of words which disgust the reader.
|On the other hand||>Nice bold print
>A lot is expressed about Mumbai dating back to the times when Indira Gandhi was around-oh but story totally concentrates on the ‘Todarmal’ family.
>Some pearls of wisdom are spread across the book in Hindi and the translation is also provided for non-Hindi readers.
>The book cover is to fall for