Animal's People - Indra Sinha Reviews
Description:ISBN 1416526277 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Indra Sinha / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2008-02-04 by Pocket Books
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by - written on 18/02/12, updated on 18/02/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
In 1984 one of the world's largest industrial catastrophes happened; a pesticide factory in Bhopal leaked poisonous gasses into the surrounding area, thousands died many more were severely affected by the leak and the people responsible refused to take the rap. It was before my time, before I was even born and I am ashamed to admit I had never even heard of the disaster. Until I read this book. And if there's one thing I can get across to you, it's that you should read this book. If the Bhopal atrocity is something you remember, that occurred in your lifetime then you should read this to re-ignite your anger, indignation and your condemnation again. If you do not ... Read the complete review
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