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Wow! The title is interesting. It portrays a story of Barkha’s reputation as India’s best-known journalist. Her trial to create a fault line at IIT Roorkee backfired terribly. Criticism is also well spelled in this autobiography to a large and great extent. This book speaks openly about India as one of the most complex society on the globe.
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The book tells the truth openly as concerns India’s secrets and lies, its hardships and victories, its victims and victors.
Don't read it for
India’s fault lines run deep. The countless number of victims includes rapists, corrupt politicians among others which Barkha Butt remembers as ones that have left a deep and wide mark on her. It provides a devastating picture of the unquiet land.