Book Review: The Wrong Turn – Love and Betrayal in the time of Netaji
‘The Wrong Turn – Love and Betrayal in the time of Netaji’ is a historical fiction that perfectly portrays a connection with the era of pre-independence and stories moving around it. The book is authored by Sanjay Chopra and Namita Roy Ghose. And publishing follows by Om Books International.
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The story takes you to the time of Netaji, pre-independence era, where you read about the INA and their battles. The significant compact things about Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose have been splendidly delivered. His attitude towards work, nature, thinking, etc. they all catches your attention. Though the story just not revolves around Netaji, it travels the time succouring love and betrayal.
Each character is defined with utmost care and detail that they seem to be alive in front of you. Little incidents make you feel emotional, afraid, cry, and romance.
The curator, Sanjay and Namita has successfully articulated a thriller read with a heart rendering romance. The adorable sibling relationship, endearing love, jealousy, action, and thrills that keep you gripped to turn the page.
Albeit the ending might make you depress, particularly with the death and miseries at the battles of INA.
The only drawback I can outline is the plots, were quite inevitable and can be figured much before. But then, this doesn’t distract a reader because of the compelling narrative.
It’s a commendable job to write a historical fiction as one can’t distort the facts but have to maintain a balance. So we would also like to congratulate the authors to keep the pace of the read.
If you love to read fictions, this is the book you must not lose. The book is now available at a price of Rs. 295.
Media Infoline contributes 9 out of 10 stars.