Juggernaut

Juggernaut Juggernaut The last word of a dying man is the only clue foreign minister Sadia Sharif s ex ADC Captain Gul Khan has when he foils an assassination bid on a top military general closely linked to Paki

  • Title: Juggernaut
  • Author: Akbar Agha
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Juggernaut The last word of a dying man is the only clue foreign minister Sadia Sharif s ex ADC Captain Gul Khan has when he foils an assassination bid on a top military general closely linked to Pakistan s nuclear programme CIA s dirty blonde agent Eve, who had volunteered to assist Gul Khan while asking for his help in catching an American turned native terrorist, en Juggernaut The last word of a dying man is the only clue foreign minister Sadia Sharif s ex ADC Captain Gul Khan has when he foils an assassination bid on a top military general closely linked to Pakistan s nuclear programme CIA s dirty blonde agent Eve, who had volunteered to assist Gul Khan while asking for his help in catching an American turned native terrorist, ends up dead in her hotel room in Peshawar Sadia Sharif struggles with the tricky diplomatic situation with the United States.

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    1. It's not a bad novel, no, not at all. But it isn't exactly a masterpiece either. So to see a rating of 4 plus stars for this book on was quite surprising. But then again, not many people have rated the book yet, so not much surprise there in the end. Up side:- Pacy- Interesting plot- Good characters- Smartly put witty one liners, paras and anecdotal bits in between the serious stuff throughout the story.Downside:- Editing, or lack thereof. Too irritating at times.- A rather unnecessary plot of [...]

    2. The english is terrible, although hearing all that you do in layman's english of "passing out" etc, it is not far fetched from that. Perhaps the singular failing of the book is editing: terrible language and weak presentation of an otherwise quite interesting storyIt is a cheesy thriller, almost like watching a 1960s or 1970s espionage thriller such as Get Smart or the saint. I do apologise for the references which is exactly what the book produces time and again: random references to popular li [...]

    3. This is a big-time thriller! While the plot is fascinating as all good thrillers go, the facts about relations between India and Pakistan are vivid, and its not just about Partition as is the usual trend - this focuses on the war between the Two Pakistans, East and West, with Big Brother India in between. Here we get a close look at the imprisoned Pakistani soldiers and the humiliation they suffered at the enemies hands. With both countries stockpiling nuclear weapons, do some of them still harb [...]

    4. A timely story that reflects the imminent danger of a conflagration between the two nuclear powers -- India and Pakistan. The countries have been a the brink of war for over half a century. One mad man can set it off -- and that is exactly what Captain Gul of Pakistan Army tries to defuse.The hero is a man of the moment -- a sought after ladies man, he searches for the villain amidst senior ranks in the army and looks peril in the face.An excellent read -- full of adventure, suspense and excitem [...]

    5. Quite different in dealing with a current issue though a part or two seem a tad implausible a little too many pop references but above all, demands a sequel

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