Today at your Adda, we have a racy and action-packed book whose suspense keeps the reader hooked till the end. A real page-turner. Set in the present day, the book is extremely topical – the central theme deals with corruption, scams and the uprising of the nation against the corrupt politicians and judiciary who run the country. Importantly, we have 100 books up for review!
We have 100 copies up for review!
Overview of the book:
R.I.P. The Resurgent Indian Patriots. Self appointed guardians of a nation seething with anger at the endless scams and scandals rocking its very foundation. Vigilantes who vow to stop corrupt politicians and colluding civil servants. Even if it means killing them. Colonel Krishna Athawale and his team of Special Forces officers rally to protect the country from the enemy within. They call themselves the K-Team. And no one is safe from their deadly intent. Hellbent on stopping them is Raghav Bhagat, rogue para commando, gun for hire and Krishna’s bête noir. Caught in the crossfire is Vinod Bedi, Special Director CBI. Reena Bhagat, a glamorous news anchor, embittered by her husband’s betrayal. And two young boys, Sachin and Azaan, torn apart by the loss of a parent. It doesn’t get bigger.
You can smell the gunpowder. Such is the power of the words of Deva. — The Hindu
‘Here comes India’s Clancy or Ludlum or Forsyth.’ — Outlook
Know the author:
An alumnus of La Martiniere College, Lucknow, the National Defence Academy, Pune and the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, Mukul Deva was commissioned in December 1981 into the Sikh Light Infantry of the Indian Army. He took early retirement from the army after fifteen years of service, including a decade of combat operations in India and overseas. Now settled in Singapore, he is an entrepreneur, motivational speaker and an executive, business and creativity coach. He is also a Mentor on the United Nations Institute of Training and Research Afghanistan Fellowship. He is India’s leading writer of military thrillers, including the bestselling Lashkar series.
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21 Replies to “RIP”
Done the needful, waiting for my copy to arrive.
This one looks different… I m in too. 🙂
Done the needful.. hoping I’ll get the book. Looks different and interesting.
Submitted the request
Here’s my review: http://pallosworld.blogspot.in/2013/01/rip-resurgent-indian-patriots-book.html
There you go! http://abhyudayadoses.blogspot.in/2013/01/rip-by-mukul-deva-book-review.html
How do the applicants know if they have been selected to receive the book? Do you post a list somewhere, or contact us via e-mail? Just wondering how this works 🙂
And here it is. My review 😀
A wonderful book read and reviewed. Here’s the link to the post :
Hope I’ve done justice to the review and that all of you like it.
Happy weekend and Happy blogging everyone 🙂
My review here
It was an excellent read
My review here
Submitted the form. Hope I get a chance to review this book 🙂
My review http://nandinispeaks.blogspot.in/2013/02/rip-book-review.html
Here is my review
Here is my review
The review is up
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