Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Honour Among Thieves - Book Review

Author: Jeffrey Archer
First Published: 1993

Set in the year 1993; two years after the Gulf war, Saddam Hussain is looking for a way to exact his vengeance on the United States. He decides to humiliate the United States in a way that they would not think probable and which would tarnish the country’s image in front of the entire world.

Monday, 25 November 2013

Kane and Abel - Book Review

Author: Jeffrey Archer
First Published: 1979

One of the masterpieces from Jeffrey Archer's desk, Kane and Abel is what beautiful story telling is all about. The story of two remarkable individuals; William Lowell Kane and Abel Rosnovski inspired from the biblical story Cain and Abel, run parallel in this novel, set in a different era with a distinguished story line.

Sunday, 24 November 2013

The Racketeer - Book Review

Author: John Grisham
First Published: 23-Oct-2012

Malcolm Bannister charged under ‘Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act’ has already served 5 of the 10 years sentence of his conviction term. The brutal murder of a federal judge gives him the opportunity to not only get out of prison, but also make a fortune.

Thursday, 21 November 2013

Atlas Shrugged - Book Review

Author: Ayn Rand
First Published: 1957

Volumes have been spoken and written on Atlas Shrugged. Numerous accolades have been shared upon it. But that is the case with many other fictions too, right? What is so different about this book?