Book Review: Tamasha in Bandargaon
The ultimate test of the quality of a book is simple: if the characters tend to stay with you after putting down the book then you can safely bet that the author has penned a story of quality - one that has binding power, with superb characterisation and a nice flow in the plot. And the current book - Tamasha in Bandargaon - has all of that, and more... it slowly grows on you and grapples you, ensnares you in the storyline very much like a creeper vine clutches a tree! (Sorry Navneet - could not think of a more apt description)
Tamasha In Bandargaon is penned by Navneet Jagannathan. He works for an FMCG major, and writes in his spare time. This is his first book
- Chagan: Is he good - or is he bad?
- Vinayak: Is he good - or is he bad?
- Shalini: Shines through with her resolve and her maturity
- Sitaram Sajjanpur: Politician to the core- but with a coherent agenda
- Suresh Borkari: Careless, Carefree, but committed
- Seema Borkari: In one word - she impresses
- Shambhu: Gunda. No other way to put it!
- Lakshmibai: Strong, sure and balanced