Harper Collins India
|Number of Pages||544 Pages|
The war being waged against the King Emperor since the summer of 1930 shows no signs of abating. Scores of young people Hindu and Muslim, men and women come forward to fight the British and lay down their lives for the country. Will the sensational Chittagong Armoury Raid trial, being presided over by John Younie, hang the boys caught in connection with the raid? Or can Sarat Chandra Bose, the prince of barristers, assisted by the leading lights of Bengal save the day? Will the British government be finally able to tame the Bengal Tiger? Sizzling with plots and counter plots, spies and double-agents, Chittagong: Eye of the Tiger makes more fascinating history than the Chittagong Armoury Raid in the Summer of 1930 did.