It's a great murder mystery, but the more interesting story is the character Salandar who sneaks into the story.
We all make snap judgements everyday. This book provides insite into what's going on in those few seconds.
Characters were well pictured as well as the moral struggles. But in the end, a bit too much left regarding the point
Slow but steady build.
It was indeed amzaing to learn about the accomplishments in Chicago for the worlds fair and the first serial killer in the US. But I can't say the book kept me coming back. Almost no tales of history do.
If you liked the first book, you'll love the second.
If you want to really understand how the class systems in India really work for the lower classes in the 20th century but you need a good story with your history, then this book is for you.
title pretty much sums it up
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