Master Of The Game
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  • People refrain from reading novels that are quite thick but I would recommend this to all Sheldon fans
  • The start of the novel is amazing and so is the ending

    • by Swati

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      This was the first ever novel that I had read of Sidney Sheldon. Ever since I read this novel i have been hooked to his work.

      He writes in a flawless was that is very entertaining.

      He covers all the aspects in his novel

      ranging from thrill to romance and suspense that provides a great source of entertainment.

      I felt this novel is one of Sheldon’s best works.

      Though he has shown the story of three generation in this novel but he has presented it very well.

      The reader does not feel bored even for a minute.

      I was very amazed at how he had written a novel of more than 450 pages and yet captivated the reader so well.

      People refrain from reading novels that are quite thick but I would ...

      • Master Of The Game
      recommend this to all Sheldon fans.

      The novel is written in simplified English that is its added advantage.

      The reader can visualize the scenes as he reads the novel.

      The start of the novel is amazing and so is the ending.

      Sheldon has an

      amazing talent and he has shown the adventurous journey of Jamie so well that I was simply fascinated and kept on turning the pages.

      Sheldon is very innovative and writes unconventional stories and the Master of the Game is no exception.

      It provides a simply amazing reading.

taejhee says :

what is the main problem in the story Master of the Game? what is the main solution in the problem? what is the climax in the story? what is the plot? what is the story about? what are the learning in the story?
mcguard says :

I think that the main problem of the story is how evil breed evil, and it spans through generations, and it is impossible to stop, because if you want to stop somebody’s evil actions, in the course of it you have to become like that person yourself, thus losing the point. I would say that the story climaxes at the end, during the birthday, which is the section which has closest feel.
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