14 hours – An Insider’s Account

Just finished reading this book by Ankur Chawla – I had expected a gripping saga of the greatest attack on Indian soil since independence but not totally disappointed. He has tried his best to give a nice narrative account of his experience inside the Taj Hotel and succeeded also to some extent. It is obviously his first attempt at writing a book and being a young hotelier I will give full credit to his composure during the worst travail of his life. There are some genuine attempts at humour and it works very well. The fact that it is an insider’s account of what happened on that deadly day makes this book all the worth to read it. Goodreads 3/5

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