What would you do if you were mistaken for someone else and a drug cartel was after you to kill you?
He’s killing his victims and leaving a compass box behind. Why? Is it a clue about his next target?
Who doesn’t like court room battles? Con Law is as good as a John Grisham book!
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"The ones that love us never really leave us. You can always find them in here <3"
It happens to all book lovers.
The entire book is filled with examples, interviews, news reports, quotes and the author’s own experiences in the world of madness. The author also bring out many disappointing incidents like those of Tony, Rebecca Riley, the over use of Hare’s checklist, the tendency of doctors to label even small behavioural problems as mental conditions and the misuse of the situation by drug companies.
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"Good writing is lean and confident." An amazing writing lesson from William Zinsser.
I was aghast to know about the widespread and unchecked terror mechanisms and institutions which are allowed to cultivate and prosper on Pakistani soil with the sole object of breeding systemic hatred against India and Indians. Reading the book opened my eyes and made me less ignorant of the present state of affairs in Pakistan and POK.
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"If you’re an Indian and you know English, it’s probably because of Thomas Macaulay."
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The way the characters are developed in the short space available is truly good, and makes for a very interesting read. While the stories are not suspense thrillers, the endings are rarely what you expect and will leave you surprised.
Oh! I’ve lost so many friends this way ):
The story is well narrated and the various characters that are introduced are also well developed. While you may sometimes feel that a few parts may have been unnecessary, like the case of Andy’s family history, it does make a difference in the overall experience of the story itself.
Is it the same with you too?
Umberto Eco’s inaugural novel “The Name of the Rose”, is as much a murder-mystery as it is historical fiction.