Author: Anuj Tikku
Yes, Sir, I killed my dad is the story of the victim as he witnesses the unfolding drama of his Father’s Murder. The author tells his story, How he came to Mumbai with a dream of becoming an actor. How his life changed in Mumbai, How his life takes turns.
The plot of the story is interesting with so many twists and turns. What I liked the most is with each chapter the story unfolds with many secrets and clues. What I liked most, is the storyline of the book.
I liked how the author described his journey, struggles for becoming an actor. How he handled the situations when his mother passed away, when he was new in the field of acting. It’s a book with various themes like Loss, love, relationship.
The narration of the story is interesting. The author tries to keep the reader hooked throughout. There are some events repeated by the author which makes the reader a bit tedious. The drama, dialogues and the events sequenced by the author are commendable.
This book could have been a gem with proper editing. The characters that the author developed are relatable. Certain events from the will shake us. The author has built that curiosity from the very first chapter. I would have loved this book if there were more details shared by the author regarding the characters.
It’s a fast-paced, quick read. Overall, it’s a wonderful story.
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The book is the story of the victim as he witnesses the unfolding drama of his Father’s Murder and the Mayhem unleashed by a bloodthirsty criminal Vijay Palande. The terror unleashed by his gang and the subsequent murder spree that rocked Mumbai during April 2012 are documented in this book as witnessed by the soul survivor. This is the stray of a grieving son groping in the dark for answers and trying to make sense of the tragedy that befell on him.