Did it really happen?
The 2020 Presidential elections were a watershed event that unraveled several inconsistencies and irregularities in the conduct of elections. These were especially visible in the swing states. The fault lines thus created have allowed countries inimical to the US’s interests to exploit them to the hilt.
Who painted my State purple? tells as a fictional story how the US’s system of values and fair play is being manipulated.
Did the events described actually happen? You be the judge.
Here is the feedback from those who have reviewed it:
- 2020 witnessed fascinating elections in America – full of twists and turns. Sree Iyer has very aptly captured many of these never seen before moments in a fictional style, fast-paced book, well researched and well written. While characters and incidents are hypothetical – all credit to Sree for this wonderful recap resembling almost true incidents that gripped the time – Al Mason, Entrepreneur
- Sree Iyer, who has authored and published several books on Indian Political satire makes his debut into American Affairs. In Who Painted my State Purple – Sree has used his classical and adventurous style of fictional storytelling capturing the saga that gripped the 2020 US elections. A must-read, fast-paced book that encapsulates many key events that took place around that time – Sridhar Chityala, Venture Capitalist
- This book, although fiction, is the most clear, easy to understand, explanation of potential election fraud in the 2020 US Presidential election – Vivek Chopra, Philanthropist
- Read with great interest – it is riveting and really nail biting – each chapter. The method of rigging is mind boggling, detailed and realistic as if the author had some “inside info.” His insight into technology and the how US system functions is amazing. It is contemporary to the last point and fast paced. The para where Dr. Lee explains how US citizens trust their system and each other is very true. – Prof R Vaidyanathan, Ex-Prof of Finance, IIM-Bangalore