Looks I am in the wrong company and nobody reads such books over here.
i am yet to read it but will revert later to the subject.
i have read the dan brown collection and i find in all his books the start is good but the end is a big let down(digital fortress-end is like tamil film)
any thoughts on this.
I would like to know how is the book "In line of fire" by Musharraf.
Is it worth reading?
as i live in a remote place and keep moving it becomes difficult to get books. they are also costly!!
Yes, book is worth a read.
On kargil - General unleashes a bundle of lies...Tries very hard to convince the readers that kargil was a political decision & not a military mis-adventure
On Nawaz Sharif Coup - Blow by blow account. Gives a clear picture as to why Pakistan is a rogue state (India too is, but i would like to believe that we have a method in madness)
Positions himself as something like the "messiah" of Pakistan, the ONLY one at that.
It is a classical SPB book as my ex boss would put it. Self Patting Back
BTW, you don't have to buy it.
Download it from : http://www.esnips.com/doc/0548244d-...eed921/In-The-Line-Of-Fire-By-Pervez-Musharaf
If this link doesn't work go to www.esnips.com & search by tags using musharaf
I have some 20 books with me which are supr sensible.
Recently read couple of novels by Frederick Forsyth:
Good ones, though not of the same class as Day of the Jackal.
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