Tuesday, 28 January 2014
Brajesh's Review : The Best of Laxman - The Common Man Tackles Corruption
I picked up "The Best of Laxman - The Common Man Tackles Corruption" from a library at a vegan cafe named "Philosophy Club" in Ahmedabad. The setting couldn't have been more apt for the book.
The cafe had some very interesting unconventional food choices and to read a book published in 1985 which remains totally relevant even in 2014 was sumptuous.
Every full page artwork of Laxman in this book is truly ageless and that's the reason I am not calling them cartoons. With corruption being the center-fold of national political discourse, I felt the power of common man and Laxman's vision in full force through this book.
Rating : 3.5 / 5