Book Title: By God – The Making of a Messiah
Author: Shashi Warrier
The title of the book ‘By God – The Making of a Messiah‘ is unique and thought-provoking.
The cover image of the book, By God – The Making of a Messiah is a close-up image of praying hands with a super layered image of monks.
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The story of By God – The Making of a Messiah is about a Utopian world, called Ghublistan. In the story, the country experiences flow in the evacuation of people. Two of Ghublistan’s people, Tomikanza and a barber, Neepane set out in an endeavor to understand what ‘democracy’ is. The two try to understand the present system on which the world runs and seek a change.
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The author tried to reflect through his words the changes he is expecting. The satirical and witty book is a definitely recommended book.
What I like:
1. The plot of the book
2. The intention and the intensity that the author showed and exhibited is appreciated
3. The subtle criticism against the present system is very well articulated
4. The politics, the mind games, and spine-chilling things are explained nicely.
What I didn’t like:
The book, By God – The Making of a Messiah is flawless and hence nothing to dislike
The characters in the story reflect perfectly every one of humankind who is on the verge of always thinking for a change in the present system of life. The two main characters in the story are very relatable and interesting with an ample amount of strength and honesty.
The author has aced in this section. Very interesting and engrossing narration is found in the story. With good drama, the author has explained the current scenario o the world in a fascinating manner.
Language & Grammar:
Easy and simple language is used in the book.
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My Final Verdict:
Modern-day seeker’s questionnaire!
Book Title: 4/5
Book Cover: 4/5
Language & Grammar: 4/5
Final Rating: 4/5