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To privately investigate if Vikrant Vaidya sentenced to death for motivelessly killing his teenage neighbour Ibal is innocent or not little does he know how convoluted a conspiracy he is setting foot in With a narrative that springs forth from and weaves its way through the Emergency anti Si I knew I was going to love this book when I found references to Plato Kafka NATO United Nations Indians and a delightful ode to the author s moth

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I was born in a mentally retarded nation Thus begins this provocative stylish and racy literary rant against India by a twenty four year old awaiting capital punishmentWhen Dr M Vidyasagar ‘Sagar’ retired chief of CBI gets an unusual reuest from his old friend and the President of India The story begins with the protagonist Vikrant Vaidya writing to the President of India from prison Convicted of murdering his neighbor Vikrant in

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Kh riots post Indira Gandhi’s assassination Ram Janmabhoomi Rath Yatra anti Mandal Commission protests economic liberalisation Babri Masjiddemolition and Godhra riots readers will find themselves in the grips of a chimerical tale asking and answering the uestion Is India truly a mad nation The book begins with the shocking murder of an mentally handicapped boy the investigation of the murder is what really makes the reader feel lik


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  1. says:

    The story begins with the protagonist Vikrant Vaidya writing to the President of India from prison Convicted of murdering his neighbor Vikrant instead of the usual mercy letter that prisoners write writes a letter that intrigues the President As a result the President reuests his friend and former CBI head Vidyasagar to l

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    I wrote the book Readers are loving it

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    I had the opportunity of having a glance at the Autobiography of a Mad nation today from the blurb and some reviews and also looking at the background of the writer from the back cover – I concluded that it will be another addition

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    ‘I was born in a mentally retarded country’ says the first line of Sriram Karri’s ‘Mad Nation’ And while he comes across as a cool sort of a guy I met him at a Lit Fest in Lucknow his prose is anything but that It is incisive cutting and bitter or rather rant ish if I may say so Karri makes no effort to hide his frustration as he profiles India as a perfect example of an oxymoronic nation “where genius is

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    a brilliantly written book which covers the past 3 decades of indian political and society changes as well as the impacts on common man a well layered thriller that keeps you intrigued and does what a good book does makes you ready to read the facts and know must read some very powerful paragraphs

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    I knew I was going to love this book when I found references to Plato Kafka NATO United Nations Indians and a delightful ode to the author's mother all within the first 10 pages of the book Autobiography of a Mad Nation may well be the time capsule we've all been looking for You've probably heard enough about how

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    First things firstI just don’t have to wait for about 100 pages to get into the story that’s a big relief The narrative is powerful explosive emotional bitteragonizingprovocativeand thought provokingwhat can you ask for all in a single booknot to forget it’s an unusual treat for vocabulary freaksit surely will strike a few raw nerves for readers as it did for meIntelligence is not an unrecognized virtue it is much a hated v

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    The book begins with the shocking murder of an mentally handicapped boy; the investigation of the murder is what really makes the reader feel like heshe has hit the ground running already Some characters are deliberately portrayed to resemble real life political figures and the resemblance creates a wonderful reflection of the perceptions th

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    I had agreed to accept a copy of this book because the blurb looked uite interesting to me It promised to cover a lot of topics which are uite

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    Autobiography of a Mad Nation is about India about us about the forest of our shared minds that’s a mishmash of intellectual shallowness gargantuan brilliance backslapping mediocrityFreewheeling through a non linear narrative that’s addictive comic and dark at the same time strangely tangible in its sensibility too Sriram has created characters so real that you can almost hear them chat up and near laugh