The Goat, the Sofa and Mr Swami - R. Chandrasekar Reviews
Description:ISBN 9789350090619 / Genre: Fiction / Author: R. Chandrasekar / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2011-02-03 by Hachette India
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by - written on 12/09/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
~I can never resist a good title~ I'm sure that most people probably wouldn't guess that a book called 'The Goat, the Sofa and Mr Swami' is a satirical look at the superficially rather dry topic of Indian politics. Let's face it, if someone offered you a book about the fictional life of the personal assistant to the Prime Minister, would you really jump up and down shouting "Mine, Mine, Mine" like the seagulls in Finding Nemo? Probably not. That's a shame because anyone who has even the slightest interest in how Indian politics works would recognize that the fiction is funny but the reality is probably even more bizarre than anything R.Chandrasekar ... Read the complete review
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