#BookReview God’s Table The Last Supper by Santosh Avvannavar, Jyothi Byahatti and Sandeep Huilgol

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Title : God’s Table – The Last Supper
Authors : Santosh Avvannavar, Jyothi Byahatti and Dr. Sandeep Huilgol
Publication Year : 2015
Publication House : Self Publishing
No. Of Pages : 69
Source : Author

God’s Table is a collection of breakfast/dinner table conversations between a couple – Amrita and Robert. The husband is a Doctor and wife is a Teacher. The conversations here are based on inhuman events, the couple witnesses in their day to day lives.

From education scams, euthanasia, elections to honour killing, each chapter discusses a sensitive topic. When Amrita and Robert fail to find solutions to these problems they reach out to Paul –  The Godly Man. Paul educates the right path to follow.

What I liked about this book is the range of the socio-moral issues taken into consideration and how relatable the conversations are. Having said that, reading these conversations one after another can leave a bad taste in your mouth.

I would have liked this book more if the people, Amrita and Robert discuss about were included as active  characters rather than just names mentioned in their conversations. Somehow I think the impact the authors want the readers to register would have been more if they had done so. Obviously, then the book would be completely different with a different title.

Rating :

***

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