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Book Review: The Wrong Turn

When we think of historical fiction, we usually think of stories set during the World War and most of these stories make for a superbly unique reading experience. Rarely though, there comes along a book that is a historical fiction based on Indian history. Yes, there are many books and accounts written of the Indian freedom struggle; but very few that court controversy, especially related to Netaji and the Indian National Army.

So when I was offered a chance to review The Wrong Turn by Sanjay Chopra and Namita Roy Ghose, I was eagerly looking forward to sinking my teeth into this juicy, hitherto unheard of, part of Indian history. Of course, historical fiction is something that you are expected to take with a pinch of salt, but when something comes in your hands that is as engrossing and as enchanting as The Wrong Turn, well, it is time to sit up and take notice. And I did just that! Here’s my review of this expansive adventure of love, loyalty, and duplicity.
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