Vishal Tripathi writing in the ViewsPaper on The Third World War
‘The Third World War’ is an absorbing read. The moment you feel the climax has arrived, the story takes a new turn to leave you in a thrilling limbo. The intelligent conversations between the leaders, chronological narration of events and the detailed description of a world marred by violence and distrust forces us to ponder over the nature of our impending future. Direct references to today’s political events make the entire plot sound extremely tangible.
It delves into the world of politics and accentuates on the nature of compulsions, constraints and exasperation that the leaders around the world have to tackle while dealing with sensitive issues. It is a must-read for anyone who takes interest in global issues as it certainly brings out a strong message for all of us to pursue – sort out your differences by dialogue, denuclearize your arsenal and eliminate the rogue elements before its too late.