Title: The Revenge Of Gandhi’s Followers
Author: B.P. Senapati and Durgesh Nandini Das
Publishers: Blackeyes Publications
Publication Date: 7th July 2017
Number of Pages: 267
“That day I had no idea that I had met the future Prime Minister of India, one of the great leaders of the world, who would change the life and thought of people, who would show the right path to the people and become the greatest architect of our nation.”
Nobody is going to remember your mark, people only remember your work.
Without innovation mark is meaningless, without creativity knowledge has no value, without vision and goal a man is nothing more than a dead body. Only human can innovative things, discover something, write a book, and create marvelous paintings. By a business idea can give employment to thousands of employee. Try to create or innovative something, if you get success then it’s great. If you become a failure then what’s the big deal? It’s thought of Vijay, he was a man with different thought, he had every symptom of a great man, still he lived with his mediocre dreams to get a job and then marry his childhood sweetheart. After few years of job experience wanted to establish his own business like millions of other, but fate had some different plans. Our corrupt system forced him to enter into the dirty game of politics. He gained power to avenge his antagonists, but being a Gandhian, his strategy was something unusual . . . his revenge wasn’t ordinary.
The Revenge Of Gandhi’s Followers by B.P. Senapati and Durgesh Nandini Das is a romantic thriller that aims to inspire millions of readers to fight against injustice and corruption and fight for their rights. The story begins with a well-crafted prologue in which Jesse, a young man, gets hold of a book entitled ‘The Revenge Of Gandhi’s Followers’ by Rakesh and he gets motivated by the chief character of the book. The story revolves around five friends- Rakesh, Vijay, Priya, Ishita and Rashmi. Rakesh is the narrator and describes the real life story of his friend Vijay. Priya and Vijay became friends at first sight since the day they met for the first time. Everyone was aware of their feelings for each other including their parents. After Priya’s family’s death she stayed with Vijay and was accepted by his family as their own daughter. Their took a major turnover the day they were arrested by a few corrupted policemen who released them only after Vijay’s father unwillingly handed them a huge some of money. The incident boiled the blood of revenge in Vijay’s heart and he requested Priya to become an IAS Officer to seek revenge and purify the foulness of the nation. Will they succeed in their attempts or will the idea backstab their hopes? The language was lucid with a very engaging narrative style. As I’ve mentioned before, the prologue was beautifully crafted. The story took a slow pace in the beginning but after the second half the story developed at a normal pace. The story mostly focused on Vijay and Priya and hardly on the narrator of the story, i.e. Rakesh. The cover of the book as well as the title justifies the theme and matches well with the central idea of the book. The pace in which the story was developing irritated me at certain intervals but as the story was gripping I neglected it and carried on. The characterization was flawless. There were a few editing errors in the book. I liked the character of Vijay as he stood perfectly as the lead Hero of the story who struggles for justice at all stages. The way the author described the character of Vijay was the best part of the book. Overall it was a very light and inspirational read. I recommend this book to all those patriotic readers who want to inspire people with their words as well as their deeds.
Writing and Presentation: 4/5
Overall Rating: 4.3/5
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