Shilpa Paul


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The book is thought-provoking. It will force you to reflect if you admire or hate the protagonist. There are circumstances where one is bound to analyze if the actions of Hiram were appropriate, considering both emotional fronts and complexity of the situation; was there any other way out? For e.g. abandoning his ailing companion at the Himalayan mountain ranges. Emotionally one would find it heartless to abandon a friend behind. But considering the adverse and unfavorable climatic condition, he must have realized there is no possibility of saving his friend and decided to save himself. Being a doctor, he must have accessed the situation.
I will rate the book 4 out of 4 stars. It was a pleasure to read the book and has no errors. I will recommend it to all readers who enjoy a good read.
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