Rear Entrance - David Barun Kumar Thomas Reviews
Description:ISBN 9350090554 / Author: David Barun Kumar Thomas / Paperback / 224 Pages / Book is published 2011-04-07 by Hachette India
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by - written on 21/11/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
'Rear Entrance' is the story of four Indian nationals each visiting the British Embassy in Brussels to apply for visas to visit or work or holiday in the UK. The book takes its name from the sign that greets them on the front door of the Embassy instructing visa applicants to use the 'Rear Entrance' - only British Nationals can go in the front door. The symbolism won't be lost, I'm sure. ~Four by Four~ Seetha is the first applicant, a computer analyst who has spent 6 months in Brussels and wants to move on. She's going to lie about why she wants to go to Britain and plans to tell the immigration officers that she's a writer because a loophole in the ... Read the complete review
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