Shikari
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Shikari

The Hunt

Overview

'The hunters' pack is swelling. They're whooping. The hounds are baying for my blood. The drumbeats are growing unbearably loud. They're circling me. They're closing in on me . . .'

Yashwant Chittal's acclaimed novel Shikari, set in the concrete jungles of Bombay, weaves together the high-stakes conspiracies of the corporate world and the parochial intrigues of a close-knit community.
Nagappa, a senior manager at an MNC, is framed for a crime he has not committed. As the story unfolds, it reveals a fiercely competitive arena where Man's primordial instincts surface, and the line between the hunter and the hunted is often blurred.
Shikari is a monumental work in which Chittal, as far back as 1979, exposed the underbelly of the corporate world.

Paperback

352 Pages | ISBN13 9780143428480
399.00
Yashwant Chittal
Yashwant Chittal
Pratibha Umashankar-Nadiger
Pratibha Umashankar-Nadiger
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