Thursday, 8 November 2012

My Review on the book "The Bankster" by Ravi Subramanian

Title: The Bankster
Authour: Ravi Subramanian
ISBN: 978-81-291-2048-9
Genere: Fiction
Pages: 358
Rating: 5/3.5

Back cover of the book In Angola, In Kerala, In Mumbai which creates much curiosity to read this book. The center point of this book is Greater Boston Global Bank (GB2) of Mumbai.

This story is a mixture of gangsters, blood diamond and Bank. It’s a suspense thriller. This is the first time I am reading Ravi Subramanian and also about banking system. Also the author is winner of 2008 Golden quill readers choice award for the book The Incredible Banker. The title of the book is very symbolic “Bankster” it’s a combination of two words Bank and Gangster.

The story is about Banking system where fraudulent accounts are made. And from this fraudulent accounts money are being transferred to overseas, and that money are being used in Blood Diamond business. Somewhere I think Ravi Subramanian has stretched the novel, i.e. Apples iCloud descriptions and also somewhere same matter have been repeated many times. Also I must say language of the book is simple but the hinglish i.e. mixture of Hindi and English is bit too much I doesn’t like that. After reading the book one can say that there are many fraudulent acts are being done in the banking systems. Also now a days NGOs cannot be trusted. In the names of NGOs blood money are being transferred. 

A heartily thank you to blogadda, who have given me an opportunity to review this book by Ravi Subramanian, an authors signed copy. Finally I will recommend this book to thriller lovers and also to whom those who love banking, its an interesting read.     

Thankyou Blogadda!
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