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  • NOT worth spending time and money on.

    The poor writing style displays the urgency for the author to work on their English, grammatical and story building skills. The story is heavily dramatized and uses a very pre-conceptualised approach. It seems like a carefully woven story with cruel intentions. No true reflection of the incident is revealed at any given point, where only a false and dishonest narrative remains. The author lacks any logical explanation on how their ideas intertwine to Asaram's situation and lacks conclusion. Everything is too repetitive as the same illogical idea repeats itself in different forms. It is obvious that the author lacks expertise on the incident and the image of the Godman he tries to portray. The book is clearly stitched inappropriately with a pre-conceptualised objective rather than a reflection of the truth.

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