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the author shows the novel from eyes of Nysa Dubey, a female vigilante. The novel kind of develops on readers expectation utilises the utilisation of lifestyle. Though there is a sense of criminology, vigilantism, yet the book does not fail to share the comedy which the writer expertly infused. Jokes and pot-shots are the instances which provide the reader with ample share of comedy and satire. The book is full of ingredients to make it to top 10 satire books.
What makes this book stand out?
The book is quite passable in its readability. There are gags, pun shots which presents the reader with good humour.
Read it for
The share of comedy varies from Russian comedy to aspiring Indian doctorates in the queue.
Don't read it for
The narration style keeps the reader desired for more. There are too many loopholes in the characters.