The Anza Deception has begun to get reviewed. Here are a few that appeared:
Deepashri at Postnoon, Hyderabad wrote a nice review, although she got my name (Ganapathy) mixed up with one of the protagonists... (Gopinath)
I particularly liked her opening line:
"A book is often judged by its ability to affect its readers. The Anza Deception does exactly that."
and her conclusion:
"For those well versed in these subjects [military history and geopolitics], it is an enjoyable read. For those who are not, it’s a great place to start."
Shriya at Vaultofbooks writes:
"It offers a lot of firsts, the main one being that thrillers with military themes NOT dealing with American geo-politics is something relatively new by Indian writers."
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