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First time I had to leave a book without completing it.
The result is that one feels a bit lost in deducing this anomaly. Secondly, I hate the fact that the author has completely ignored the character of Sethji in the book.
It took me dethji of effort to complete reading this book. The cake has to be content. If you love to read books full of cuss words, whoring women and filthy old men, then this book is for you. In addition, she has a tendency to provide a background to every insignificant character, pretty unneces First Shobhaa De book that I have ever read, have always liked her opinion and commentary coloumns.
In trying to narrate the setting of a Hindi speaking political family based in Delhi, the author has combined English sentences with Hindi words.
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I like her articles in newspapers, her wit in various interviews and had never read a book. Nov 06, Anand rated it liked it.
Return to Book Page. Shrewd, ruthless and an inveterate fighter, he is eethji man who refuses to play by any moral codes or lose a single battle.
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Dec 11, Greishma rated it did not like it. However after reading this book, my worst fear came true. Sethji’s two sons are worthless. But, all my expectations were thrashed on reading this books. It is a rotten egg laid by an old and diseased hen. Fifthly, there is an overdose of sexual rendezvous.
I completely enjoyed the book, hats-off to De for using such a bold language which other authors might not have dared to. Not exactly the book I thought it was going to be but what the hey I read it any way.
Not only does Amrita coordinate the escape of the younger son, but she also tactfully manages the media, and does so in such a manner that her single TV interview ensures that Sethji wins his political battle during the party meeting held later in the evening of the same morning his son rapes and escapes. I had heard a lot about shobha de and her books. The book should have been titled ‘Amritaj’i instead of ‘Sethji’. Sethji and I had read my first Shobhaa De novel.
Narrations follow about his early life, his journey to the zenith and eventual fall; about, how he protects his son who has raped a girl; about how he side-lines his opponents; about his favorism in allotting Government Contracts.
Firstly, the writing is lost in translation.
De’s promptings and nudges, we grudgingly accept that some particular deed in the book maybe, minutely, passably be considered as daring. Find something else to do.
It is almost as if, she is working overtime to dispel the notion that Indians are coy talking about sex and this results in overcompensation. The central theme of this book is the Indian Political System. The plot line of this book has been chewed in, in thousands of Bollywood ‘dishum-dishums’. The rest of the story then narrates the fight to freedom of these two characters. Managed to read the first thirty-odd pages, I don’t think I’ll ever pick it up again.
It’s definitely not an exceptional piece of literature with the kind of writing that is present. Ep 26th September His bahu is shown as a strong character but ends up being a sexy sethjl who can sleep with anyone except with her husband.
And I was disgusted about the father-in-law and daughter-in-law relationship. End of the day Shobha De writes cheap literature intended to titilate the audience and this book is no different.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. De is a good English writer. She has stereotyped politicians as blood-sucking, back-stabbing and womanizing dogs.
Instead, it turned out to be a very ordinary novel.